free Bio

This blog is managed by us two sisters, known to some as Ants and Epic. We're a pair of up-and-coming authors and avid readers. This blog is mainly full of honest, Christian book-reviews and an occasional update about our writing. We love hearing from you all so feel free to drop a comment anywhere to just say hi!
Also, got any book suggestions? Something you'd like to see reviewed? Leave the title in the comments and we'll try to get to it!

Friday, August 26, 2016

Book Review: Artemis fowl and the Artic Incident

Summary: Artemis rushes from Ireland school to Russia where the Mafiya kidnapped his father. Captain Holly Short of LEPRecon against fairies interrupts him. This time he may have to join the fairies instead of battling them.

Thoughts: I love this series! Not really sure what about a rotten thirteen year old genius appeals to me but...I can't help it. Right or wrong I find myself always rooting for Artemis. Luckily his enterprise in this sequel is mostly honest. Artemis has finally found news of his missing father and rushes to his rescue...or he would have if Holly Short hadn't interrupted him. Through a strange turn of events the fairies and their mortal enemy (Artemis) work together to solve the turbulence both under and above ground. So...literally the whole book is about Artemis desperately wanting to find his dad. It was adorable as even Holly was forced to begrudgingly admit. The characters begin to develop from their first meeting wonderfully. The cast expands a little but not enough to become confusing and the story expands from just Ireland this time. Without giving away too much, I'll just say that they get around and leave it at that! 
 But seriously, the plot, though lagging sometimes, moves quickly and unfolds well and had me enjoying every bit of it. And the ending was wonderfully done. 
 The writing is still easy and makes for a light read but this nevers deducts from the enjoyment of this series!.

Content: There's a bit of crude humor and violence but otherwise a clean read!

No comments:

Post a Comment