Artemis Fowl

Artemis Fowl may refer to:

  • Artemis Fowl (series), a series of novels by Eoin Colfer
    • Artemis Fowl (novel), the first book in the series
    • Artemis Fowl II, main character of the series
    • Artemis Fowl I, father of Artemis Fowl II

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List Of Artemis Fowl Characters - R - Turnball Root
... Turnball Root Artemis Fowl character First appearance First short story in The Artemis Fowl Files called LEPrecon Last appearance Book 7 Artemis Fowl The Atlantis Complex Created by Eoin Colfer Information ... his jail guard, whom he later kills and on Captain Holly Short and Artemis Fowl II ... While Artemis escapes the runes power by goading Bobb Ragby into electrocuting him, therefore making Orion,who was free of the runes control, the dominant personality, Captain Holly Short does not, obeying Turnball ...
List Of Artemis Fowl Characters - Z - Giovanni Zito
... Giovanni Zito Artemis Fowl character First appearance Book 4 Artemis Fowl The Opal Deception Last appearance Artemis FowlThe Lost Colony (mentioned) Created by Eoin Colfer Information Species Human Gender Male ... Zito is a very good friend of Artemis Fowl, as can be seen when in the fifth book, he gives Artemis passes for an opera in exchange for a case of Bordeaux ...
List Of Organisations In Artemis Fowl
... This is a list of organizations in Artemis Fowl, a novel series by Eoin Colfer ... The Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer Organizations Locations Concepts Main series Artemis Fowl The Arctic Incident The Eternity Code The Opal Deception The Lost Colony The Time Paradox The Atlantis ...
List Of Fictional Child Prodigies - In Literature - Artemis Fowl
... In the series Artemis Fowl of books by Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl II is a 12 year old (who ages throughout the series) criminal prodigy, specialising in psychology, who ... Minerva Paradizo, who shows up in book 5—Artemis Fowl The Lost Colony—is also an evil genius who Artemis seems to be attracted to ...

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