Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception
Evil pixie, Opal Koboi, is back and she's more dangerous than ever. This time she doesn't just want power over the fairy People - this time she wants the humans too. Captain Holly Short is the only fairy with a hope of stopping her, but as Holly knows, it takes one genius criminal mastermind to... show more
Evil pixie, Opal Koboi, is back and she's more dangerous than ever. This time she doesn't just want power over the fairy People - this time she wants the humans too. Captain Holly Short is the only fairy with a hope of stopping her, but as Holly knows, it takes one genius criminal mastermind to fight another.
Publish date: November 1st 2006
Publisher: Puffin Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
Series: Artemis Fowl (#4)
Like the previous books in this series, this installment takes the reader on a wild ride. Of course, the name of the book is a dead giveaway when it comes to the plot. But the rest is an action-packed blur where Artemis — a boy thief with a girl’s name — learns to accept that he has friends who mi...
I thought this was a great comeback from the third book, which wasn't my favorite. The action level was high, and the villain was more than a worthy match for Artemis, Butler and Holly Short. There is a very intense and tragic moment that is the catalyst for what follows in this book. Holly thought ...
Well, the fairies sure shot themselves in the foot this time! After wiping Artemis Fowl's memories, they've left themselves wide open to attack by a nefarious fairy indeed, Opal Koboi! Her attack comes early, targeting our old friends Root and Holly. The aftermath of that sends everyone scrambling a...
Artemis has decided to steal a painting, he can't remember any of his past dealings with faerie, but strangely enough, this paining has faeries. Meanwhile Holly is dealing with promotion, the only way she knows how and almsot pining for the days when Artemis made her life interesting. And then Opa...
Once again, another five-star book. A three-star being the average and four being quite good, I believe that this book is truly amazing and certainly deserves to be rated as such.I enjoyed Opal's escape scene and felt that it was suitably explained. Although it might seem like a slow beginning, I li...