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Fast, funny and very exciting (Daily Mail)

Folklore, fantasy and high-tech wizardry . . . Hugely entertaining (Observer)

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Artemis Fowl and the Time Paradox is unadulterated joy. (Scotland on Sunday)

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Teenage criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl has a new mission - and this time it's personal. Artemis's mother is dangerously ill, and the only way to find a cure is for Artemis - with Holly Short by his side - to go back in time to battle his younger, more evil self . . .Action packed and full of humour - a must-read for boys and girls aged 10+.

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As an ardent fan of Artemis Fowl from the first book onward, I was more than just a little excited to find out that THE TIME PARADOX was in the works. The previous book in the series, THE LOST COLONY, was one of my favorites, and it opened so many doors that I wanted desperately to see explored. After reading THE TIME PARADOX over the course of a single day, my reactions are mixed, but one thing's for sure: with Artemis Fowl in the mix, there's never a dull moment.

The storyline opens only a short while after the end of the previous book. Fourteen-year-old genius Artemis Fowl has been out of his home time for nearly three years as the result of the events of THE LOST COLONY, and the world has changed around him. But the presence of younger twin brothers at Fowl Manor is not nearly as surprising as the fact that Artemis has managed to retain some of the fairy magic that he stole while in the time tunnel, making himself part magical in turn. Early on in the story, the readers find out that Artemis has used this small magic to mesmerize his parents into forgetting all about his three-year disappearance, and is learning how to control it for specific purposes.

So when Artemis's mother develops symptoms of several deadly illnesses overnight, Artemis's first instinct is to use his fairy magic to save her. When that fails, draining all of the magic out of Artemis, his first call is to Holly Short, reinstated Captain in the Lower Elements Police. Holly arrives and diagnoses Artemis's mother with a rare disease known as spelltropy, usually passed between magic users by the use of power.
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Ce sixieme tome est encore plus palpitant que les precedents, et on decouvre encore plus en profondeur les personnages.

La fin est totalement geniale, et ne nous laisse pas d'autre choix que d'attendre le prochain tome avec impatience !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox 29 juillet 2014
Par Nathan Shepherd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I choose this rating because the book is good. What I like about the book is that Artemis Fowl, say hello to Artemis Fowl. When Artemis Fowl's mother contacts a life-threatening illness, his world is turned upside down. The only hope for a cure lies in the brain fluid of the silky sifaka lemur. Unfortunately, the animal is extinct, thanks to the money-hungry deeds of a younger Artemis. Though the odds are stacked against him, Artemis is not willing to give up. With the help of his fairy friends, the young genius travels back in time to save the lemur and bring it to the present. But to do so, Artemis will have to defeat a maniacal poacher, who has set his sights on new prey: Holly Short. The rules of time travel are far from simple, but to save his mother, Artemis will have to break them all... and outsmart his most cunning adversary vet: Artemis Fowl, age ten. What I dislike about the book is that I wanted to read more of it. I would recommend this book to other people.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Artemis gets Kraken 2 août 2008
Par Amanda Richards - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Those who have been faithfully following this series will know that this is book six of the adventures of the teenaged criminal mastermind, Artemis Fowl II.

Picking up at Fowl Manor, we learn that three years have passed while Artemis was otherwise occupied, and that he now has two brothers, twins named Beckett and Myles. This book goes in a different direction to the previous plot, making no mention of some of the characters introduced in The Lost Colony. There are references to certain events, but other than the main characters, most of the story is new material.

As the title implies, an older and more mature Artemis Fowl enlists the help of his friend Captain Holly Short, dwarf Mulch Diggums and the imp warlock No.1 to journey to the past to correct a mistake he made earlier in his eventful life. His mother has contracted a rare disease that can only be cured by an extract from the brain of an extinct lemur, and ironically, the extinction was hastened by young Fowl himself.

The time trip gets very complicated when Artemis matches wits with his younger self, and rescuing the lemur from Dr. Damon Kronski, leader of the Extinctionists cult, proves to be much easier planned than achieved. To make it more complicated, there's now a fledgling romantic situation in play, and the return of an enemy from the past who also wants possession of the lemur.

Artemis isn't as devious and diabolical as in earlier books, but to his credit, the kid is growing up and has other things on his mind. This book is action-packed with the usual gadgetry and humor, but as is the case with time paradoxes, it is sometimes hard to keep things straight. The plot also has several twists, obviously getting even twistier in the final chapters. The story ends with an obvious hint for another book.

And "What about the Kraken?" you may ask. Well, that part of the story is explosive, to say the least.

Amanda Richards, August 1, 2008
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 10 septembre 2015
Par Antje - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My 11-yo son and I both really enjoyed the Artemis Fowl series, but this book was a major letdown. Time travel is difficult to get right, and Colfer missed the mark. The character development in the book is lame, and the story has more holes than a piece of Swiss cheese.
My son didn't make it through the book, and I will certainly not read it a second time. Too bad, I really like Artemis, Holly, Foaly, Mulch and the Butlers, and was hoping to hang out with them for a few more books.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Artemis confronts himself; the characters seem tired and the witty dialouge is thin 11 mai 2009
Par Karissa Eckert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This was the 6th book in the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer. Sounds like this is going to be the last Artemis Fowl book for a while. There is mention of Colfer writing a seventh book in a couple years, but right now no more books after that seventh one. This was a pretty good book although I didn't like it as much as the previous books.

Artemis Fowl's mother comes down with a mysterious illness that can only be cured with the brain fluid of a specific type of lemur that Artemis himself helped to make extinct four years ago. In order to save his mother Artemis must travel back in time to confront himself and save the lemur. To accomplish this he will need the assistance of many of his old friends; No. 1 and Holly Short are both back to help him.

This book was okay. I didn't think it was as well put together as some of the previous books. It is interesting to read about Artemis as he tries to grow comfortable in his "good-guy" role. From the description of the book I thought we would be treated to moredialogue where Artemis banters with himself, but that really didn't happen. There were a number of times where everything was going well and then oops! something went wrong. In fact this happened so many times in the course of the book that it became kind ofpredictable and I thought made the book much lengthier than it needed to be.

I missed Foaly who was absent through most of the book. I also missed Artemis being clever and all the neat gadgets that the faeries usually bring into play. All the characters were a bit mushy and weak throughout and the witty dialogue that usually packs the pages of these books was conspicuously absent.

Although I liked this book and enjoyed reading it; I think it was one of the weakest books of the series. Most things are tied up at the end of this book, but there are a couple large clif hangers that could fuel a plot for another book. Unfortunately I think Colfer is sick of writing this series and it came across in this book; the characters seemed tired and desperate and the plot did not carry me forward and excite me like it usual does.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 My kids love all the books in this series 11 octobre 2016
Par Walker J. Wallace - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
My kids love all the books in this series. What is particularly surprising is that my youngest son, who normally treats reading as a chore, has devoured these books.

Please don't be thrown off by the Kindle version of book 5 and book 6. Amazon describes them as "graphic novels" for some reason, but they are actually the chapter books.
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