The Arctic IncidentBook - 2002
From Library Staff
"A twelve-year-old genius and criminal mastermind, who is determined to steal riches from none other than the fairy race. If you like entertaining cinematic robberies you'll like this one." - Laura V., South Boulevard Library
CMLibrary_GLoesch Jun 09, 2020
Published on June 12th 2020
Delayed from 2019, and expected to be in theaters May 2020.
CMLibrary_bworthington Jul 22, 2020
Quick note: the first book in the Artemis Fowl series, this book follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl, a 12 year-old criminal mastermind, as he kidnaps a fairy for a large ransom of gold with the help of his bodyguard, Domovoi Butler, and his niece, Juliet Butler, to restore the Fowl family for... Read More »
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blue_lion_6749 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 99
black_butterfly_704 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
blue_cat_2473 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 1 and 25
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SummaryAdd a Summary
Stealing back his C Cube will take everything Artemis has got: including a select few memories.
Artemis fowl teams up with the fairy to save one person he truly cares about: his father.
To fix a major mistake involving the health of his mother, Artemis must travel back in time to save her. There he must face off against his greatest enemy. Himself.
The fairy world needs juvenile genius Artemis Fowl ll more than ever. But can he save them again while still battling his own mind?
Artemis captures a fairy named holly short and tries to trades her for gold, but things don't go as planned
Artemis goes back in time to get a lemur's brain enzyme that can cure his mom's sickness
Artemis fowl is growing crazy and paranoid can he pull it togheter in other to save the atlantis
QuotesAdd a Quote
"...deep beneath the layers of deviousness, you have a spark of decency. Perhaps you could blow on that spark occasionally." (Holly to Artemis, in Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident)
"If stupidity was a crime you to would be public enemy's number one and two. "Mulch Diggums
Coarse Language: just a little bit of swearing, and some of it is in the language of the fairies.