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The Arctic Incident Artemis Fowl wants to find his father, held hostage in Russia; Holly Short wants to find who’s supplying the goblins with human technology; Foaly wants to find out who’s disabled all the LEP Technology and pointed the finger at him Artemis has received a ransom demand for his father but is captured by the LEP who suspect him of supplying the goblins with dangerous Human technology batteries He convinces them he’s innocent and agrees to help them if they help him free his father Meanwhile, down in the underground world, chaos has arisen An unknown traitor has stolen forbidden weapons and armed a horde of trolls, setting them loose to wreak havoc on the citizens Clues lead Captain Holly Short straight to Artemis, and she exacts a small bit of revenge by kidnapping him, just as he once kidnapped her But soon she learns that Artemis isn’t behind the chaos, and if she’s to have any hope of stopping it, she will need his help As a result, these onetime adversaries must now join forces—a mix that proves to be both charming and volatileThe world that Colfer creates is as vivid and fantastical as any shire, gotham, or galaxy far, far away in recent memory Grade: A

10 thoughts on “The Arctic Incident

  1. says:

    (A-) 82% | Very Good
    Notes: A Bond villain, his henchman, and their arch enemies go on a road trip, they bond, and have a Bond style adventure.

  2. says:

    Organized crime, hostages, contraband, a junior criminal mastermind, those are the elements for becoming the stuff of legend.

    It´s great how it dealt with the nuclear theme and critical topis in general, describing things commonly avoided in this genre and even in some adult genres, making it the perfect read for progressive little bookworms.

    The author uses many MacGuffins and Chekhovs, giving the

  3. says:

    The Arctic Incident (Artemis Fowl, #2), Eoin Colfer
    Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident is a young adult and fantasy novel written by Irish author Eoin Colfer, published in 2002. It is the second book in the Artemis Fowl series, preceded by Artemis Fowl and followed by Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code. It follows the adventures of the thirteen-year-old criminal mastermind, Artemis Fowl II, as he thwarts a goblin rebelli

  4. says:

    Action! Action! Action! That's the name of the game in Eoin Colfer's The Arctic Incident.

    Child prodigy and criminal mastermind, Artemis Fowl is searching for his kidnapped father. He needs the help of the fairy police, and as it so happens, they need him. Law and lawbreakers work together in this fast-paced, humorous action-fantasy.

    Eoin Colfer has created fun fairyland for the 21st century. It's a n

  5. says:

    The Artemis Fowl books really are perfect for a quick, easy read. Which is good, because I'll be doing the twenty-four hour readathon tomorrow, and I really don't want to get burnt out on reading!

    The Arctic Incident develops Artemis as a more sympathetic figure, having left behind his attempts to exploit the People (the fairies), and feeling some remorse over how he handled things in the first book. He's also foc

  6. says:

    SPOILER FREE review if you will not open spoiler tags

    Remember, it’s always darkest before the dawn

    Artemis' Father was missing for almost two years. He went missing when the Russian Mafia attacked him for the the reason: (view spoiler)[ because his father was about

  7. says:

    For me, as an adult, the Artemis Fowl series is a guilty pleasure.

    I get a kick out of Artemis, smart beyond reason youth he is, and like the relationship between him and his bodyguard, Butler.

    Throw in the fantastical underworld of fairies, dwarfs, and other magical creatures and there are a lot of options for a fast-paced, fun story.

    In the second installment, Artemis finds himself in boardin

  8. says:

    There's nothing that attracts me more, than a genius without the glasses. Especially if the geek looks like this

    (For those who don't know this hottie, he's Chuck/Zachary Levi) However, if the geek involved is 13 years old and is a criminal mastermind, plus fantasizing that he would grow up

  9. says:

    Eoin Colfer has done it again. I loved the sequel to Artemis Fowl. How could I not, being a combinations of things that fascinate me: Russia, antiheroes, faery, and cold environments (arctic/North Pole). Yes I was very much enjoying this book.

    The action is great, tempered with the laugh out loud humor. Artemis is up to his usual machinations, and exhibiting his snarky sense of humor, often at the expense of elder aut

  10. says:

    And so on to the second of the Artemis Fowl series and I must admit there is no change in the same frenetic fun that there was in the first. From the play on works to the ever gathering mythology of those above and those below (I suspect that there is a whole book - no pun intended for those who have read the the series - of material that could be written about this world, how it came about and how it all works).

    As u

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