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Artemis Fowl is going straight . . . as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career. But his last job plan goes awry, leaving his loyal bodyguard, Butler, mortally injured. Artemis’s only hope of saving his friend is to enlist the help of his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, an Artemis Fowl is going straight . . . as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career. But his last job plan goes awry, leaving his loyal bodyguard, Butler, mortally injured. Artemis’s only hope of saving his friend is to enlist the help of his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, and Artemis's luck may have just run out. . . . Praise for The Eternity Code: “Readers will burn the midnight oil to the finish.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “. . . the action is fast and furious, the humor is abundant, characterizations are zany, and the boy genius works wonders—all of which add up to another wild ride for Artemis’s fans.” —Booklist “Colfer’s young antihero might be getting more likeable all the time, but that hasn’t taken the edge off the Tom-Clancy-meets-Harry-Potter action.” —Amazon.com


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Artemis Fowl is going straight . . . as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career. But his last job plan goes awry, leaving his loyal bodyguard, Butler, mortally injured. Artemis’s only hope of saving his friend is to enlist the help of his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, an Artemis Fowl is going straight . . . as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career. But his last job plan goes awry, leaving his loyal bodyguard, Butler, mortally injured. Artemis’s only hope of saving his friend is to enlist the help of his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, and Artemis's luck may have just run out. . . . Praise for The Eternity Code: “Readers will burn the midnight oil to the finish.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “. . . the action is fast and furious, the humor is abundant, characterizations are zany, and the boy genius works wonders—all of which add up to another wild ride for Artemis’s fans.” —Booklist “Colfer’s young antihero might be getting more likeable all the time, but that hasn’t taken the edge off the Tom-Clancy-meets-Harry-Potter action.” —Amazon.com

30 review for Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code. The Graphic Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Soobie's scared

    These graphic novels adaptations are getting better and better. Maybe because I'm getting used to the characters or maybe because the authors were so good that they could actually create characters that grow. It's a nice sensation going back to characters that I used to love. There are a lot of details I don't remember about the plot but usually graphic novel adaptations are a good remedy for that. This is certainly a good example. The only flaw I see is the coloring: it's way too dark for my tas These graphic novels adaptations are getting better and better. Maybe because I'm getting used to the characters or maybe because the authors were so good that they could actually create characters that grow. It's a nice sensation going back to characters that I used to love. There are a lot of details I don't remember about the plot but usually graphic novel adaptations are a good remedy for that. This is certainly a good example. The only flaw I see is the coloring: it's way too dark for my taste. But it's very easy to distinguish all the characters (which is something I always have problems with) and the details are amazing. I love the fact that captions are different in color according to whom is speaking. That makes it even easier to tell who's speaking. Really looking forward to the next volume.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard Due

    This book took about fifty pages to end. And I don't generally go for books that take that long to wind down (especially ones that aren't the last in the series). But he landed it marvelously!!! On to The Opal Deception. Oooooh, sounds tricky!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie (aka WW)

    Excellent Artemis Fowl graphic translation, as are the first two. Couldn't be more well done.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Her

    The book "Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code" is a Fantasy Fiction novel by author Eoin Colfer. This book is part of the Artemis Fowl series and is the third book in its series. It is preceded by Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident and followed by Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception. Eoin Colfer is also the author of another book "The Supernaturalist", which is also one of my favorite books. The book is 310 pages long. This book is 15 years old being published in 2003. The main characters in this book ar The book "Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code" is a Fantasy Fiction novel by author Eoin Colfer. This book is part of the Artemis Fowl series and is the third book in its series. It is preceded by Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident and followed by Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception. Eoin Colfer is also the author of another book "The Supernaturalist", which is also one of my favorite books. The book is 310 pages long. This book is 15 years old being published in 2003. The main characters in this book are Artemis Fowl II(Main Protagonist, 13 year old criminal mastermind), John Spiro(Main Antagonist, American businessman, owner of the company Fission Chips), Domovoi Butler or simply known as Butler(Artemis Fowl's Butler and bodyguard), Arno Blunt(bodyguard of Arno Blunt), Holly Short(A female elf that helps out Artemis against Blunt, captain in the organization LEPrecon, elf police station), Mulch Diggums( kleptomaniac dwarf, helper of Artemis against Blunt), and Foaly(technical consultant to the Lower Elements Police, also helps Artemis against Blunts technical security). The book takes place in a cafe restaurant where Artemis Fowl and his companion Butler struggle to recover the "C Cube", a supercomputer Artemis had constructed from fairy technology, when Jon Spiro manages to steal it. (SPOILER WARNING) Artemis then gets his group of allies to help recover the cube. Artemis and his group of friends then manage to take back the C Cube, but had many suffered many consequences along the way. With the use of Holly Short's access to fairy technology, Artemis then makes a choice to use the fairy tech to then erase both him and Butler's memory to forget everything that had happened at the end of the book. Therefore leading to for the fourth book to take place. This book is one of my favorite book because how it gives great detail in every scene to where I can imagine it on my own. Also it is a young adult fantasy fiction, one of my favorite genres to read because it expands my imagination. Its almost like this series was meant for me. Overall this is a really easy read and really recommend to read it along with the rest of the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jaimie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the past I’ve given relatively high ratings to the previous two graphic novels in this series, but I have to drop it a bit for this one. I still love the stories, and the adaptation is extremely well done (due to the involvement of Eoin Colfer, of course), but while I was reading this book I found myself to often be rather frustrated by the formatting of the book. The art style is incredibly detailed (likely chosen to appeal to the pre-teen male audience that is the book’s target audience), b In the past I’ve given relatively high ratings to the previous two graphic novels in this series, but I have to drop it a bit for this one. I still love the stories, and the adaptation is extremely well done (due to the involvement of Eoin Colfer, of course), but while I was reading this book I found myself to often be rather frustrated by the formatting of the book. The art style is incredibly detailed (likely chosen to appeal to the pre-teen male audience that is the book’s target audience), but my old eyes can’t handle all the detail when the pages are so small! Give me all the intricacy of the illustrations, but give them to me in a bigger format so I can actually enjoy all of them! Why didn’t they just publish the book as a standard size graphic novel, rather than these shrunken size? Or even a bigger special format would have been nice. Complaints about formatting aside, the story was a wonderful adventure, as per usual, with Artemis going up against a foe who almost matches him in intelligence in the form of tech billionaire John Spiro. Artemis isn’t as smart as he thinks he is though, since he falls straight into Spiro’s trap and has to call on the resources of the LEP to help save the day. It would have been a lot better if Artemis hadn’t poked the bear again, since this latest escapade got his mind wiped of all knowledge of the fairy race and ends up losing him some of his favourite people (in the shape of Holly Short and Foaly). Of course, readers know this is only temporary, since it’s only a matter of time before Opal Koboi makes her next attempt to take over the world and Artemis’ backup plan to get his memories back is practically foolproof.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Zeng

    The story “Artemis Fowl: the eternity code” by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin talk about Artemis create a super computer, he called “Cube”. It far surpasses any human technology made so far. Fowl meets Chicago businessman Jon Spiro in London to show him the Cube, in an attempt to buy a considerable amount of gold in exchange for keeping the Cube off the market. But Spiro ambushes and outwits Artemis and steals the Cube. Artemis' demonstration of the Cube inadvertently detects Fairy technology bel The story “Artemis Fowl: the eternity code” by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin talk about Artemis create a super computer, he called “Cube”. It far surpasses any human technology made so far. Fowl meets Chicago businessman Jon Spiro in London to show him the Cube, in an attempt to buy a considerable amount of gold in exchange for keeping the Cube off the market. But Spiro ambushes and outwits Artemis and steals the Cube. Artemis' demonstration of the Cube inadvertently detects Fairy technology below ground, and Naturally, she locates Artemis, who persuades her to revive Butler with fairy magic and the aid of cryogenics. The procedure saves Butler's life, but ages him approximately 15 years extra. He also make a plan to take back the Cube. When they finish plan, Root demands a mind-wipe of the three humans after the job is done, so Artemis leaves Butler in Ireland to ensure their memories survive. Artemis also remove from the crime.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tristan Trimbell

    This book was absolutely amazing,it grabbed my attention straight away. One of the many things I love about this book was how detailed it was from a base of a character to every last hair,it was an amazing experience. My personal favorite scenes where when they were underground in the fairy town. Overall I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars because at some moments it lost me a little.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Beckiezra

    3.5, the story was exciting enough, the art style was a bit off (the shape of people’s heads was just weird! Particularly women’s hair and hat combos were something to behold...) though I do appreciate the artist not changing as so often happens in superhero graphic novels. Artemis’s resetting to evil was unfortunate, hopefully when he figures out the “conspiracy” he’ll get nicer again.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vansh

    I thought that this book, Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code, was a very good book. This book has a good plot, it has adventure, action, and lots of cliff hangers. This is a book that you want to keep on reading. It also has many characters and lots of story elements. This book is perfect for anyone who likes books about fantasy. This is a book I would recommend for all ages, young and old.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    It’s a decent children’s book. I personally find Artemis a little annoying but I’m not the intended audience. This is just one of those series I was always curious about so I’m still glad I’m reading it. I liked Juliet and holly in this one a lot actually.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Glaiza Champion

    I enjoyed this more than the first two adaptations of the series because let's face it - the third book is just the best out of all the Artemis Fowl books. It definitely is my favorite.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Romana

    enjoyable as ever. Full review to come.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jaipal

    The graphic novel presents the story well and the graphics are well drawn.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Larissacherpeski

    Good, but not quite as good as the others.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Blue

    I will always love this series! So fun, dark and amazing!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Maddie

    I couldn't get into it. Very slow.

  17. 4 out of 5

    James

    Sort of evil kid but he's getting better. Good mix of tech and fantasy.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Artemis Fowl starts to feel more and more "same-y" the farther into the saga you go. And the art is getting sloppier in these graphic novels.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Stick with the novel. This adaptation is poorly done.

  20. 4 out of 5

    ✝✝ Lunaria ✝✝✝

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Good

  21. 4 out of 5

    Harry Bernstein

    Great story Incredibly fun story with wonderful artwork. Too notch. Highly recommended. Can't wait to read the next book in this series..

  22. 4 out of 5

    Krithik Kannan

    This book is amazing. It combines the extensive use of advanced technology with an extraordinary species fairies and sort. Artemis Fowl is just a young kid, but the head of a huge criminal empire. His main business is tricking people into getting more money. His latest heist involves a small, but a smart cube, and a girl who knows every single type of martial arts. Will Artemis Fowl succeed in accomplishing this final heist before switching back to a normal life? Read this book by Eoin Colfer to This book is amazing. It combines the extensive use of advanced technology with an extraordinary species fairies and sort. Artemis Fowl is just a young kid, but the head of a huge criminal empire. His main business is tricking people into getting more money. His latest heist involves a small, but a smart cube, and a girl who knows every single type of martial arts. Will Artemis Fowl succeed in accomplishing this final heist before switching back to a normal life? Read this book by Eoin Colfer to find out.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Min

    This adaptation felt stronger. Perhaps density that left much of the LEP story-line out, and focused on the Cube. This is one of my favorite books. I never could care for Opal's exploits. _____ Second Reading This story is the first that truly puts the consequences of Artemis' actions in focus. The entire story is based on a mistake of judgment on his part that could easily be connected to the arrogance of his own intelligence. It is rather surprising that he didn't expect a man known to be a dirty This adaptation felt stronger. Perhaps density that left much of the LEP story-line out, and focused on the Cube. This is one of my favorite books. I never could care for Opal's exploits. _____ Second Reading This story is the first that truly puts the consequences of Artemis' actions in focus. The entire story is based on a mistake of judgment on his part that could easily be connected to the arrogance of his own intelligence. It is rather surprising that he didn't expect a man known to be a dirty deal, to deal so with him and thereby place his life, and the lives of those he loves, in mortal danger. This also brings Juliet into the fray. Granted, she is by training well-adapted to do this job. Yet, she has other desires to fulfill. The deepening bond between Fowl and the People is clear, at least through Holly, Foaly, and a begrudging Root. The new relationship with his parents now that both are back to themselves means it is time for Artemis to turn over the new leaf of fair dealing. Mulch, while still being very much himself, is clearly also a friend of Artemis', and makes a point to help him out; often he is the one that rescues the entire operation. In the novel, I really enjoy the fast-paced action of the opening at the restaurant. Sadly, that is edited out of the graphic novel. It remains one of my favorites; anything without Opal is great to me, but this is a fantastic example in the spirit of any heist, of his intelligence which includes, yet again, evading fairy measures to erase his memory.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kate Brattinga

    This book is the third of the Artemis Fowl series where he wants to turn to the straight and narrow... after one last scheme. Out of pilfered LEP equipment Artemis creates a C-cube a revolutionary new mobile computer more powerful and decades ahead of anything the humans have created. He offers to keep it off the market for a year so the business man can buy shares in Artemis's new business, this business man is unscrupulous and greedy and promptly steals the cube. Unbeknownst to the business ma This book is the third of the Artemis Fowl series where he wants to turn to the straight and narrow... after one last scheme. Out of pilfered LEP equipment Artemis creates a C-cube a revolutionary new mobile computer more powerful and decades ahead of anything the humans have created. He offers to keep it off the market for a year so the business man can buy shares in Artemis's new business, this business man is unscrupulous and greedy and promptly steals the cube. Unbeknownst to the business man the cube is capable of detecting the fairy world which in the hands of a man such as this could be a very bad thing for the fairy race. this means Artemis and Holly must team up again to get it back. This is a adaptation of a full length novel. It does a great job of adapting to graphic novel style and getting the story across but having read the full length novel there are is a bunch of awesome missing. The bones are there and the story is understood but you miss a lot of the details and unique writing that is Eoin Colfer.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alex Smith

    1. Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi 2. Awards: None 3. Grade Level: 3rd-4th 4. This book is the third installment of the very popular Artemis Fowl series. However this one is different from the others as it is the graphic novel version rather than the traditional version. I would use this book in the classroom as an interesting and different alternative to present to my students who are interested in reading the Artemis Fowl Series, yet find it to be too difficult for them to read. These kind of books are es 1. Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi 2. Awards: None 3. Grade Level: 3rd-4th 4. This book is the third installment of the very popular Artemis Fowl series. However this one is different from the others as it is the graphic novel version rather than the traditional version. I would use this book in the classroom as an interesting and different alternative to present to my students who are interested in reading the Artemis Fowl Series, yet find it to be too difficult for them to read. These kind of books are especially popular with the male students as they have plenty of action, they possess a whimsical, fantasy aspect to them, and the students find Artemis easy to relate to as he is near their own age. As a follow-up activity, I would have my students draw a favorite story of theirs into a graphic novel and give it to a friend. Doing this would show the students that any story can become a graphic novel and could also interest other students in graphic novels.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Kym

    I enjoyed 'Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code' a lot mostly because I got used to the style of drawing which was used in the comic. I believe this was my number one repellent in the previous instalments. I remember reading the novel series a couple of years ago and 'Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code' reminded me of a lot of the super and action-packed events that happened in the book. I believe the novel was one of my favourites in the series and I think that also reflected my opinion of this third c I enjoyed 'Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code' a lot mostly because I got used to the style of drawing which was used in the comic. I believe this was my number one repellent in the previous instalments. I remember reading the novel series a couple of years ago and 'Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code' reminded me of a lot of the super and action-packed events that happened in the book. I believe the novel was one of my favourites in the series and I think that also reflected my opinion of this third comic instalment. I would highly recommend the 'Artemis Fowl' series to anybody who doesn't mind a younger protagonist at first - who then matures - or wants something new, refreshing and full of genius! Congratulations to Eoin Colfer on publishing the THIRD volume in the 'Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel' series!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kayla Dunbar

    This is the third graphic novel in the Artemis Fowl series. Artemis is trying to become on the straight and narrow, right after he goes in for one final project. But something goes array. Now Artemis has to rely on his former rival to help. I believe the fact that this is a graphic novel makes it incredibly interesting for the reader. It allows the reader to see the words within the action of the images. The artwork in this graphic novel is fantastic. I thought that Giovanni Rigano and Paolo Lam This is the third graphic novel in the Artemis Fowl series. Artemis is trying to become on the straight and narrow, right after he goes in for one final project. But something goes array. Now Artemis has to rely on his former rival to help. I believe the fact that this is a graphic novel makes it incredibly interesting for the reader. It allows the reader to see the words within the action of the images. The artwork in this graphic novel is fantastic. I thought that Giovanni Rigano and Paolo Lamanna did an amazing job with the drawings and colors. I believe that this story would not have been the same without the images of the graphic novel. This style of book just made the story easier to read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Read through the 4 book graphic novel version. There is a lot more character development then I first expected. I appreciated that the characters are fully developed by the end of the 4th graphic novel. Multiple ethical questions raised regarding definition of right and wrong, does end justify means, interspecies and interracial conflict, issues of maturation and intelligence. I recommend this graphic series and look forward to having time to read the full novels. Ages: 11-14 Lexile score ~ 600-7 Read through the 4 book graphic novel version. There is a lot more character development then I first expected. I appreciated that the characters are fully developed by the end of the 4th graphic novel. Multiple ethical questions raised regarding definition of right and wrong, does end justify means, interspecies and interracial conflict, issues of maturation and intelligence. I recommend this graphic series and look forward to having time to read the full novels. Ages: 11-14 Lexile score ~ 600-750.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Estevan

    I always thought The Eternity Code was one of the better novels in the Artemis Fowl saga, but to be honest this graphic novel version was a little weak. It may be that my opinion is a little biased because I loved the novel so much, but this graphic novel seemed a little sloppy. The graphic novels for books one and two seemed a little more crisp with better artwork than this one. Also, this graphic novel failed to make the emotional impact that the novel version made. Anyway, 3/5.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    The illustrations tend towards lots of blues, greens, and oranges but are clear and it is easy to differentiate the various characters. There is enough backstory for a reader to understand the action without having read the first of the series. Those who have read the text version will likely find this a bit too brief for their liking. However, it may tempt some into reading the text version if they haven't.

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