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Book review: Artemis Fowl and the Arctic incident

Name of the book: Artemis Fowl and the Artic incident
Pages: 288
Summary of the book:
This is the second book in the Artemis Fowl adventure series. The Kid criminal genius is only 13 and he has discovered a group of underground people who are like the olden days myths of humans as fairies and elves, dwarfs etc. The discovery of the fairies is covered in the first book. This time Artemis has got information about his lost father who reportedly died in a voyage to Russia at the hands of the Russian mafia. Artemis knows that his father is alive and the mafia is planning on asking a ransom. But before he could go for his objective he is met by Holly Short a LEP (Lower Element Police, that is, police of the underground people), who was kidnapped by Artemis in the last book. Holly brings him to the underground for questioning him on some trading of firearms by goblins and humans. Chaos breaks out as another officer in the LEP goes rogue and is planning on taking on the LEP for his personal gains, conquering Artemis with his bodyguard and butler. The ‘butler’ goes to the underworld’s rescue. Totally like the last book (Artemis Fowl) but with whole lot of adventure and action.
Book review by: Aravind P.G., Class X A


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