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age 10+

Wait......what?

This book was made in good taste. A sci fi book about two brothers. Cool. But when I read it, I began to feel very confused about what was going on. Maybe I need to go to college? Am I just plain dumb? I just couldn’t understand this book! In the end, I ended up abandoning the book midway through. There is nothing wrong with the book, it is appropriate and the characters are smart and funny, but it is a little confusing, and it was t for me.

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age 8+

A Wonderful Family Classic

Me and my family read this together every night. It gives us something to talk about. This is the best book iv ever read because its funny and entertaining. If you are thinking about reading this you should read the artamis fowl series first.

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age 11+

I can't wait for book two!!

I fell in love with Artemis Fowl about two years ago, and after I finished book five, my father announced to me that Eoin Colfer was writing a novel about Arty's younger brothers. Imagine how excited I was! Anyway, this is an amazing book. It is written very well and there are no potholes as far as I can see. I am in love with these characters! Mr. Colfer gave them all such lovely and unique personalities. I gave this an eleven plus age rating because Myles, being a genius, uses words that most eleven-year-olds wouldn't know. There is action and some violence, but what good would a book be without action? A few broken bones never hurt anyone, or at least, not the reader. There is some drinking and smoking, but not by minors, so I would think that to be alright. I have always thought that Myles specifically has anxiety issues... but what does that have to do with this? Nothing. Never mind. Well, I hope that this was helpful, and also, I am happier than anyone could ever imagine to know that others enjoy the Fowl world! One last thing-- book two, Deny All Charges, is going to be released on October 20, 2020! Edit: Wow, I sound a bit like Myles here, don't I? Also, excuse me? This says that I am fourteen years old. No. I am not. I am TWELVE.

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age 9+

A great return to the Fowl world...

All of you might know me from all the other reviews i did for the Artemis Fowl books, you should check them out. Anyway, this book was AMAZING. We get to finally see Myles and Becket in action and we find a new specialist fairy called Lazuli Heitz. Myles and Becket are top suspects for as to what happened in the Big Dark and they are kidnapped (recall back to the first book) by a nun and interrogated. They have a journey of a lifetime and moments when the book refers to Artemis really touched my heart. This is perfectly fine for kids and would definitely recommend to all the Fowl fans out there. You can read this book without reading all the books prior this, however for the full experience, i recommend reading all the Artemis Fowl books first, although there is little reference to him.

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age 10+

The best book

its really good.I read it over and over again a lot, and i never got bored of it.

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