The Artemis Fowl Files: The Ultimate Guide to the Best-selling Series

by Eoin Colfer

Hardcover, 2004

Status

Available

Local notes

Fic Col

Barcode

107

Collection

Publication

Miramax (2004), Edition: 1st, 187 pages

Description

Two original short stories, plus puzzles, interviews with characters, and other writings that unlock secrets of the Artemis Fowl books, which feature a twelve-year-old evil genius and his dealings with fairies and other magical beings.

Language

Original language

English

Original publication date

2004-10-04

Physical description

187 p.; 5.25 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member Redthing
After reading this, I thought "So, are these characters actually characters in their own fictional world?" I mean, since when do characters from a book do "interviews". They don't add anything to the series, and they certainly don't do any character building. What other purpose could they be for
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except to lenthen the page count?

The word games were dumb, also probably used to increase the page amount, to either fulfill some publisher requirement, or to give the illusion that the buyer was buying more than just two short stories. Why not include a coloring book as well (please dont)?

What I really wanted out of this book was the two short stories, which were pretty good. But did it really have to be immersed in a bunch of garbage?
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LibraryThing member readafew
This is just a little expansion to the Artemis Fowl universe. It has a few short stories and Short stories. It has some information about the charactors and equipment from the series. It also has a couple games.
LibraryThing member 99sheriff
loved the little stories. i like the language and the interviews, too
LibraryThing member LauraR8
Secrets to the Artemis Fowl Series and short stories!
LibraryThing member Aly_the_Spy
A great addition to the AF series, and a short read.
LibraryThing member annabatayo
An interesting perspective of the fantasy world. It's a great move from JK Rowling's witches and wizards, and Rick Riodan's Greek gods and goddesses.
LibraryThing member Beammey
It was so fun to get lost in this world again and learn more about Artemis, Mulch, Butler, Holly, and everyone else! I adore books like this and it was such a fun, quick read. I wish it had been longer! Mr. Colfer has such an imagination and this book was proof of that. I would read this again any
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day. It was funny, well written, and engaging. easily 5 out of 5 stars.
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LibraryThing member Beammey
It was so fun to get lost in this world again and learn more about Artemis, Mulch, Butler, Holly, and everyone else! I adore books like this and it was such a fun, quick read. I wish it had been longer! Mr. Colfer has such an imagination and this book was proof of that. I would read this again any
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day. It was funny, well written, and engaging. easily 5 out of 5 stars.
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LibraryThing member hopeevey
Delightful addition to the series :)

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Pages

187

Rating

½ (335 ratings; 3.5)
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