Book Report: Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident

Breif book report of Artemis Fowl: the Arctic Incident.

Book Report

I.                   Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer

II.                Sometimes you have to do crazy stuff in order to better you or those around you.

III.             Places: Ireland, Underground, Russia.        Time: Present day     Atmosphere: Sad and Entertaining

IV.             POV: Third Person

V.                Artemis Fowl: Small, but intelligent. Human

Butler: Large, Good with weaponry. Human

Holly Short: Small, Police officer. Fairy

Foaly: Intelligent, nerdy. Centaur

VI.             Exposition- Artemis’s father is presumed to be dead.

Conflict- Artemis needs a way to fund his search for his father

Climax- Artemis is detained by magical creatures because he attempted to gain money from them.

Denouement- Artemis gains the funds

Resolution- Artemis finds his father but has him mind washed to prevent him from meddling in magic ever again.

VII.           Pg.7-Young Artemis had received a double share of the Fowl guile. But with the recovery of his mother, a moral and beautiful lady, it became increasingly difficult for him to realize his ingenious schemes, schemes that were ever more necessary to fund the search for his father.

VIII.       The part that most impressed me was when he put his schemes into action.

IX.              I recommend this book for everyone.

Overall rating: ☺☺☺☺☺

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