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Summary

The second book in the blockbusting new series from the best-selling author of Artemis Fowl. 

The second Fowl Twins adventure starts with a bang - literally.

Artemis' little brothers, Myles and Beckett, borrow the Fowl jet without permission and it ends up as a fireball over Florida. The twins plus their fairy minder, the pixie-elf hybrid Lazuli Heitz, are lucky to escape with their lives. 

The Fowl parents and fairy police force decide that enough is enough, and the twins are placed under house arrest. But Myles has questions, like: who was tracking the Fowl jet? Why would someone want to blow them out of the sky? These questions must infuriate someone, because Myles is abducted and spirited away from his twin.

Now Beckett and Lazuli must collaborate to find Myles and rescue him - not easy when it was Myles who was the brains of the operation. Their chase will take them across continents, deep underground and into subaquatic super villain lairs. They will be shot at, covered in spit and at the receiving end of some quite nasty dwarf sarcasm. But will Beckett be able to come up with a genius plan without a genius on hand?

©2020 Eoin Colfer (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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great story

as a 26-year old woman I doubt very much that I am the target demographic for this book but I have read all of the original Artemis Fowl and found this one just as thrilling as when I was a teenager I really enjoyed it would recommend

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Amazing

It has a amazing sceem for the end and is good all over the story

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Amazing

Loved it, have listened to many times now absolutely wonderful, would definitely recommend for everyone to read!

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Good fun

Not quite as funny as the first - but definitely worth listening to - particularly with Nathaniel Parker’s excellent narrating

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Very good would recommend

I like the story because it had multiple plot twists just read it you’ll see what i mean

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great follow up

again well written and narrated

good development of charachters with no drop off in their humorous adventures

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Way too childish

Eoin colfer is a master of writing books but this is a spit in the fowl name, childish and emotional with the plot being incredibly simple and short with the whole wrist bump thing removing more than adding to the plot 3/5

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Such a good book

The best book in the foul Twins. One of the best I have ever read.