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One of the best comic voices in contemporary children's fiction (Guardian)

A master storyteller (Julia Eccleshare lovereading4kids.co.uk) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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Is this Artemis fowl’s Last stand?
Artemis Fowl’s archenemy Opal Koboi has masterminded a way to simultaneously secure her release from prison and bring the human and fairy worlds to their knees. And, unless Artemis can stop her, the evil pixie’s next move will destroy all human life on earth.
            Ground zero is the Fowl Estate, where Opal has reanimated fairy warriors who were buried there thousands of years ago. Their spirits have possessed any vessels they can find—corpses, Artemis’s little brothers, assorted wildlife—and they are bound to obey Opal’s every command. Defeating the motley troops and their diabolical leader will require all of Artemis’s cleverness—as well as Butler’s bravery, Holly’s skill, and Foaly’s gadgetry. But if their best efforts aren’t enough, Armageddon will surely follow.
            New York Times best-selling author and comic genius Eoin Colfer will leave Artemis Fowl fans gasping up to the very end of this thrilling finale to the blockbuster series.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "A genius to the end" 18 juillet 2012
Par thehydrogenpoptart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
First Sentence: The Bersekers lay arranged in a spiral under the rune stone, looping down, down into the earth--boots out, heads in, as the spell demanded.

How I Acquired the Book: Borrowed, via e-Book, from my friend.

The Review: 2012 in the book world just seems to be the Year of Finishing Massive Series. We had the ending of the Warriors series (the 16th book), back in April. And now, we have the eighth and final book in the Artemis Fowl series. Has it really been 11 years since we were first introduced to Artemis in 2001? Oh, I read that book at a much later date, but the fact is, this series has been going on for a long, long time. And now it ends here. One last ride with Artemis, Holly, Butler, Foaly--I could go on and on. Mr. Colfer created brilliant characters over the past 7 books. This is their finale.

And it's beautiful.

The action picks up from Chapter One. Opal is back--another great character, but an evil, diabolical one. And she has another plan, one that's going to make her invincible. Not only that, but it involves bringing dead warriors back to life, and possessing Artemis's family. If this does not sound awesome to you, I do not know what will. This book flies by, all three-hunrder-whatever pages of it. I read it in a single day.

The action picks up from Chapter One and never lets go. This is undoubtedly an action-oriented book, but the characters, as mentioned before, are great too. Artemis is more "geniuser" (sorry, no other way to put it) than ever before. Holly is a courageous, feisty female lead. Mr. Colfer manages to sprinkle humor throughout the book, and some lines will leave you in stitches. Whenever Foaly or Mulch is in a scene, prepare to laugh. The previous books in the series were funny, but this one reaches new heights. I would go so far to say this book is the funniest and best book Mr. Colfer has written. Not only that, but as a reward for following Artemis, he manages to sprinkle some references to past books throughout this one.

And the ending. It will make some readers cry. It's just so great...I can't even begin to describe it. After so many books, it is a perfect way to end up the series. So, Artemis Fowl fan, when you go to your bookstore or library to get this book (because you must, if you are a fan of this series), do not hesitate when you begin to read it, knowing that it is the last book. Embrace it with open arms. Know that after 11 years, this series has finally reaches the end it deserves. An ending that the fans deserve. In essence, the perfect ending. Thank you, Artemis and Holly, for being awesome.

Mr. Colfer, I eagerly await your next series.

--reviewed by a teenager.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Fabulous Ending to a truly Epic Series. 11 juillet 2012
Par archergirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I have followed the Artemis Fowl series the whole ride, and let me tell you, this is the best. It took some heart-break to come to terms that the adventures were ending, but this was worth it. The ending does end with Artemis finally becoming a hero, but also leaves room for thought as the ending connects to the beginning of the series.
Some people had some doubts as to whether Eoin Colfer could pull off the next after his somewhat sub-par 'Atlantis Complex', but Colfer took it up a notch higher than all the others. I, like others had some doubts over the aforementioned book. But it set up some neat plot roots and fillers; as did the 'Time Paradox', one of my personal favorites.
The last guardian has been a fabulous ending to a wonderful series. Everyone is sad to see our genius go, but hopefully he will live on in fan fictions. This book wraps up everything Artemis strived to do, leaves room for thought, and gives us a sese of closure.
Thank you, Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl.
You have carried us many a mystical journey that stole our breath and sent our hearts racing. Cheers! Slainte Mhaith!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sad it's Over 12 janvier 2013
Par Tiana Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This series was such a fun read, and this book was no exception. Granted, there were moments that were over the top, or that weren't really believable if you really thought about it. There were moments where you really had to suspend your disbelief. But, if you've made it this far, you've realized that there are moments like that in each of the Artemis Fowl books. In this one, I really had a hard time swallowing the whole "Opal messes with the time stream and as a result doesn't die but gains black magic" thing. But once you decide to just go with it and enjoy the humor and action, then it's all worth it. I think my favorite character was Mulch - a dwarf really could take over the world if he/she set their mind to it. I'll miss reading about these characters, and I wish I would have gotten to really know what happened to them each (I mean, you never hear about Minerva again, what's up with that?) Basically this is just another adventure (granted, the stakes are higher) - but it doesn't really tell you what happens to these characters in the long run, which I would have liked some closure on.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome Ending! 15 juillet 2012
Par petz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
As a teacher I have recommended this series to my students. The writer has not let us down. A perfect ending, that's all I have to say.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The boy genius sputters to the end 4 mars 2013
Par M. Brandon Bastian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
So while I really enjoyed The Last Guardian, it kind of continued that downward trend that the other recent Artemis Fowl books have exhibited. I posit that Eoin Colfer's heart just hasn't been in the last few. There were some really clever aspects of the plot and the action, but for the most part things progressed in a rather pedestrian manner, without real excitement. The "twist" at the end mostly just left me feeling empty, slightly confused, and mildly perturbed. There was minimal resolution. It's unfortunate, because I feel like Artemis Fowl as a series had oodles of potential, but that it has gone untapped with overpowered characters that have to be kept from the action, as well as a lack of real character development. The character interactions have become less and less complex, and character motivations seem completely one dimensional and transparent. So while there were some nuggets of fantastic ideas in here, and while things did move along, I miss the Artemis Fowl I used to love.
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