By Eoin Colfer
Booklet Two-Now to be had in mass marketplace paperback Artemis is at boarding college in eire whilst he without notice gets an pressing video electronic mail from Russia. In it's a plea from his father, who has been abducted by means of the Russian Mafiya. As Artemis rushes to his rescue, he's stopped through Captain Holly wanting the LEPrecon fairy police. yet this time, rather than scuffling with the fairies, he's going to need to sign up for forces with them if he desires to store one of many few humans on the planet he loves. "A cracking stable read."-Publishers Weekly "The international that Colfer creates is as shiny and fantastical as any shire, Gotham, or galaxy some distance, distant. . ."-Entertainment Weekly (review: A-)
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And the god granted the privilege to whichever one is superior in this to gain a larger share of the benefit accruing from it, whether man or woman. So, because they are not equally well endowed with all the same natural aptitudes, they are consequently more in need of each other, and the bond is more beneficial to the couple, since one is capable where the other is deficient. '"Well, wife, because we know what has been assigned to each of us by the god, we must each try to perform our respective duties as well as possible.
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Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident (Book 2) by Eoin Colfer