Kid reviews for The Last Guardian: Artemis Fowl, Book 8

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Best in the series! Awesome conclusion.

This is the best in the Artemis Fowl series. Eoin Colfer made the final book the best, when other authors make it a total disappointment. There is a fair share of violence including things exploding and people get killed. Please read.

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age 10+

Amazing but Rushed Ending

This was a brilliant finale to a brilliant series! But the reason this isn’t a 5 star is because the ending felt very rushed, we never found out what happened to all the characters and we never knew when or if Artemis got his memories back, or the expression on his parents’ faces when they saw their son again.

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age 11+

Great Read

A great book, with themes of friendship and courage. The characters you've grown to love work together in one last battle against Opal Koboi and Armeggadon. If your older or at a higher reading level you will get more from the book, but the basis can be for an 11 year old.

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age 12+

Overall Good

It’s the last book in the Artemis Fowl series and is touching for fans of the series who have made it this far. It has good morals and no language (as I can recall).

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age 10+

Great and emotional ending

This book was by far one of the most emotional ones and you will understand why if you read the book. Artemis has gone on such a long journey with his friends and went from being a criminal mastermind to a juvenile genius. He became the hero and he wasn't the only one who changed. Whilst Mulch Diggums still steals, he has grown affectionate of Artemis, Butler, Holly, Foaly and the whole crew. He would risk his life to save them and eventually his heroics paid off and he earns a medal from the LEP. When Opal Koboi threatens to kill mankind and take control of the fairies, Artemis will try to stop her. Will he thwart her plans for good? This book, as said earlier is really emotional and will forever remain as a legendary ending to a series of greatness. There are violent scenes but it should be fine if you are around 10-11 years old. Until we get the next book, goodbye my Fowl friends.

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age 10+

I loved this book. It was awesome.

I loved this book. It was awesome. It really was. It had funny dialogue and amazing action. I would recommend that you read 1-7 first, but it was very good.

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