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THE OPAL DECEPTION Artemis Fowl Book 04 Eoin Colfer After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl had his mind. After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl had his mind wiped watched by his cunning old rival, Opal Koboi the evil pixie has spent the last year in a. Artemis Fowl · THE ARCTIC Incident · The Eternity Code · The Opal Deception · The Lost Colony · The Time Paradox · The Atlantis Complex · The Last Gaurdian .
Retrieved September 4, The Arctic Incident Graphic Novel. Once again, he must stop the human and fairy worlds from colliding—only this time, Artemis faces an enemy who may have finally outsmarted him. Kirkus Reviews. Download mobi.
Number three, acheieve a perfect score on a school test or homework assignment. In this job, you need to be smart as well as fit. Number four, wash yourself every day for a week.
This is a difficult assignment, especially for human boys, who do not like contact with water. If you are going to work underground, often in crampted tunnels, you appreciate a partner who does not smell like a hermit dwarf. Once you have completed these tasks, you must summon your recruiting officer in the ancient fashion.
Go to your back yard, or nearest green area.
Make sure you are not being watched. Find a soft spot of ground and burrow a six-inch hole with a broom handle or a short stick. When the hole is ready, type out the letters LEP in morse code. The code is as follows: Do this at least a hundred times and our underground sensors will pick up the vibrations and send and LEP officer with your uniform and orders.
Good luck deputy, Foaly. She uses her last bits of magic to mesmerize the woman that she is Belinda, her child. However, she is frustrated by Commander Root's replacement, Ark Sool , so she resigns and starts a private investigation firm with Mulch Diggums. It is also apparent that Artemis has had a change of heart, as he anonymously donates the famed painting The Fairy Thief , which he had stolen directly before Koboi's bio-bomb attack, to the Louvre museum.
There is a secret code at the bottom of the book, containing a message from Foaly. The message on the cover of the US publication, barely decipherable, reads "Opal wants revenge", it is faintly repeated several times on the sides of the tube. The book received generally mixed reviews. Entertainment Weekly noted that the characters were "still a blast", however, the review also said "Colfer seems too dazzled by all the gadgetry and explosives jammed into this tale. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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It has also originated graphic novel adaptations. A film adaptation based on the first two novels has been in process of development by Disney since , and has a set release date of August 9, A teenage genius, Artemis, captures Holly Short , who is a Fairy and a captain of the LEPrecon Lower Elements Police Recon , in the first book and holds her for ransom gold to exploit the magical Fairy People and restore his family's fortune. In the sequel, Artemis Fowl: The series introduces Artemis as an anti-hero and the fairies' enemy, but as the series progresses, he assists the Fairies in resolving conflicts with worldwide ramifications, with Artemis's character developing and changing throughout the chronology.
The series concludes with Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian , released July Artemis Fowl is the first book in the Artemis Fowl series. It follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl, a twelve-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 sister, Juliet Butler, to restore the Fowl family fortune. After multiple attempts by the LEP lower Elements Police fairy police, including sending a criminal dwarf called Mulch Diggums, it concludes with Artemis finally releasing Holly Short, the elf fairy, whom he kidnapped, and having his mother cured of madness in exchange for half of the gold that he had stolen from the fairies.
Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident is the second book of the series. It follows the rescue of Artemis's father Artemis Fowl I from the Russian Mafiya, alongside the battle against the B'wa Kell goblin gang who have allied themselves with maniacal, evil genius Opal Koboi and officer Brier Cudgeon helping her out.
Holly Short, a LEP captain, Julius Root, the LEP commander and Foaly a centaur and the main technology supervisor for LEP make an agreement with Artemis after initially suspecting him to have orchestrated the events to help them stop the goblin rebellion, with the help of Mulch Diggums half-way through. In the end, to fulfill their part of the agreement, they help Artemis find his father who had been missing for 2 years.
Jon Spiro is an American businessman who has his bodyguard kill Butler and steals Artemis's C Cube, which is a handheld supercomputer that he made from stolen fairy technology.
Butler, after dying and being put into a fish freezer in an emergency attempt at cryonic preservation , is resurrected by the elf Holly Short. Holly agrees to help, but with the condition that Artemis and his allies are to be mind-wiped. With the help of the dwarf and Butler's sister, Juliet, they raid Spiro Needle, the building housing Spiro's company, and retrieve the C Cube again.
It ends with the fairies and Foals mind-wiping the 3 humans, and Artemis gives Mulch Diggums a supposed medallion that Holly gave to Artemis in The Arctic Incident, while secretly being a disk that will bring back his memories of the fairies.
The fourth book, Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception , covers power-hungry and insane pixie Opal Koboi 's second attempt at world domination, after her first unfruitful attempt in the second novel. Koboi uses magic to persuade Giovanni Zito, a fictional environmentalist, to send a probe into the ground, which could lead to the uncovering of the fairy world, thrusting the fairy city of Haven into human clutches.
In the process of stopping her, Commander Root is killed and the mind-wiped Artemis and Butler are saved from her bio-bomb. Foals tells them after the Battle of Taillte, the war for land against fairy and human, the demon fairy family sent themselves out of time on the island Hydras, and that on their island their time can be anything on ours. The time spell is crumbling, and demons are appearing on earth without warning. If the humans discover the demons, they will inevitably uncover the rest of the fairies.
She eventually lets go of her project and joins them after Billy Kong, her security guard, "opens the Trojan Horse", also known as revealing the traitors he planted at the Paradise Chateau. It is noted that Artemis and Minerva are now very close in age. The book ends with Holly finding out that Mulch has recruited Doodah Day, and Artemis finds out that he is the brother of toddlers. The sixth book of the series, Artemis Fowl: Artemis's mother, Angeline Fowl, becomes ill with Spectroscopy, and the only cure lies in the brain fluids of the silky sifaka lemur, the last of which Artemis sold to a group named the Extortionists when he was ten to procure money to fund the expedition to search for his father.
Things get more complicated when Opal Koboi is revealed to be controlling the Extortionists, feeding on the fluids of many extremely rare animals, in order to grant her special abilities and extraordinary prowess in certain fields. The chase finally leads to the two Artemis's reaching an agreement, whereupon they are teleported to the future.
Near to the ending it is revealed that Opal possessed Angeline Fowl. Artemis contracts Atlantis Complex, a fairy condition resembling a combination of obsessive-compulsive disorder, extreme paranoia, and multiple personality disorder - becoming the alter ego of Fowl, Orion, when the latter strikes.
In the end, Leonor and Turnball are killed in an explosion of a shuttle Leonor drives, to fulfill her last wish - to fly once again - and Artemis is sent to a fairy clinic to be cured of Atlantis Complex.
The final book of the series, Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian , was released on 10 July Artemis, after his last session of being cured of Atlantis Complex, rushes to stop her along with Holly and Butler. They fail, and Opal opens the first gate, which releases the spirits of the warriors who begin to possess other people and animals around them, including corpses, animals, Juliet Butler, and Artemis's toddler brothers, Myles and Beckett.
After escaping Opal and the possessed beings, they are helped by Mulch Diggums, and they attempt to stop Opal from opening the second gate, which destroys every human on the surface. While doing so, they battle reluctantly Artemis's possessed toddler brother Myles, who reveals to them Opal's plan after the fairy warrior spirit left his body. While they fight, Opal has also sent a dangerous fake present to Foaly's wife to make him suffer. Her plan fails because Caballine masters martial arts and Foaly comes to save her from goblins that Opal sent as well.
Artemis and his friends fail to destroy the second gate with a laser he created, and Mulch saves them from possessed pirate corpses by riding the oldest troll in the world and knocking out most of them, causing the spirits of fairy warriors to leave their bodies to the afterlife. They then enter Fowl Manor where Artemis decides to sacrifice himself in order to stop Opal from opening the second gate. Foaly sends the clone of Opal that she created in the 4th book, and using her hand he is able to make the clone close the gates since the magic recognizes the clone's DNA as Opal's.
Everyone in that area, including the spirits, immediately go to heaven, excluding Artemis, whose humanity and sheer willpower enables him to stay on earth. Artemis's spirit then takes control of the clone and he is alive once more.
The audiobooks were narrated by Nathaniel Parker. The series will be followed by a spin-off book series centered around the characters of Myles and Beckett Fowl, with the first book being called The Fowl Twins.
Artemis Fowl II uses his intelligence to build his family fortune through crime. This stems from his family, who have been criminals for generations. Following his father's presumed death at the hands of the Russian Mafia, and his mother's subsequent descent into madness, Artemis stopped attending his boarding school, assumed control of the Fowl criminal empire and embarked on a crime spree to restore the family fortune and fund Arctic expeditions to rescue his father.
His investigation into the supernatural eventually leads him into contact with the People in the first book. Due to a strict upbringing, and a lack of any intellectual equals to ground him, Artemis is socially awkward, his best friend and bodyguard Butler being one of the few individuals whom Artemis trusts. He is very pale with raven black hair and blue eyes. In The Lost Colony , he and Holly Short switch eyes, leaving him with one blue eye and one hazel eye.
Artemis is famed for his intelligence; he claims to have the "highest IQ tested in Europe", but is also known for a lack of coordination and athletic ability. Throughout the series, he learns profound morals from the Fairy People and becomes more compassionate and trustworthy, but still maintains much of his intelligence.
Because of the time travel in The Lost Colony , his legal age is older than his real age.
Butler is the Fowls' loyal manservant and Artemis's bodyguard and accompanies him around the world on his adventures. He is the third most skilled martial artist on the planet the first is a monk on a Pacific Island and the second is his sister, Juliet Butler, whom he trained himself , a formidable marksman and firearms expert and has immense experience of the criminal underworld, often providing help for his charge through his many contacts.
His first name is Domovoi. He also has a little sister, Juliet, who appears in some of the books. Butler is rendered clinically dead temporarily in The Eternity Code , but is rescued by the ingenuity of his principal and the healing powers of Holly Short.
Butler arms himself with a Sig Sauer P pistol chambered in 9mm Parabellum but often must resort to other fairy weaponry for his tasks. Holly is three feet tall and slender, with nut brown skin and auburn hair.