Book Reviews of The Eternity Code (Artemis Fowl, Bk 3)

The Eternity Code (Artemis Fowl, Bk 3)
The Eternity Code - Artemis Fowl, Bk 3
Author: Eoin Colfer
ISBN-13: 9780439576529
ISBN-10: 0439576520
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 309
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 182 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Good recovery on the third book! After the disappointment of the second book in the series, this was a welcome change. Much better and twistier plot and some actual character development! Not quite as good as the first one, but still very engaging.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is a great series for all ages. Quick light reads that are quite entertaining.
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Helpful Score: 1
I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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More Artemis. How can you go wrong? And his "friends" are wonderful.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister, Juliet, will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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Artemis Fowl is going straight, as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career...
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I bought it because I really like the Harry Potter books. To me, it is harder to follow than the Potter books. Maybe that's because I have not read any others in this series.
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The third in the Artemis Fowl series, it lives up to the standard set in the first two. Easy, fast read, very entertaining. I can't wait to get my hands on the next one!
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Artemis Fowl does it again, achieving even more than he did in the first two books. Great book, great series, and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a interesting and fun read.
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Actually, this is the 3rd book in the series, after "Artemis Fowl" and "The Arctic Incident"
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Really liked this book.
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Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister, Juliet, will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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Artemis Fowl has yet another adventure. I love these books- great light reading, even for adults!
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Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister, Juliet, will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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Another great book about Artemis and the fairies. A definite read!
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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In an uncharacteristic move, Artemis Fowl makes a mistake, which sets up the events of this book. Has Artemis met his match in John Spiro or will be be able to get back what was stolen and at the same time keep the fairy realm from being detected? Well, Artemis is a genius. But the plan has a lot of variables and any little deviation could cause it all to fail, which makes for a very exciting ride. And in the end, Artemis has to submit to a mind wipe - but he has a plan to bring back his memories. What will happen in the next book?
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I know this is a "kids" series but it is very engrossing and fun. I love this series and highly recommend.
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My son and I really enjoyed this book...it is the second book in this series.
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Another score for Mr. Colfer! Not as satisfying as book 2 though.
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I've been really enjoying these books. They're a blend of magic meets technology and Mission Impossible meets fairy folklore. I like the development Artemis's character is making and am looking forward to the next in the series.
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister Juliet will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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5th grade and up. It has 309 pages. Great book
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Another fun Artemis Fowl adventure. The ending really made me anticipate the next book!
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the artemis foul series is a great series for people who like harry potter. it's a much quicker read. great for reading out loud or together with your child.
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Another exciting and entertaining book in the series!
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It was probably the best of the first three in the series.
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister, Juliet, will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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The 3rd in the artemis fowl series. Great for everyone
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Another chapter in the ongoing adventures of the most ingenious 13 year old in the criminal world.

From back cover: Artemis Fowl is going straight. As soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career. At least, that's the plan when he attempts to sell his C Cube, a supercomputer built from stolen fairy technology. When his efforts to broker a deal for the Cube with a powerful businessman go terribly wrong, his loyal bodyguard and friend Butler is mortally injured. The only thing that will save him is fairy magic, so once again he must contact his old rival, Holly Short.
It's going to take a miracle to save Butler, and Artemis's luck may have just run out.
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After being held prisoner for years, Artemis Fowl's father has finally come home. he is a new man - an honest man, much to Artemis's horror. He makes his son promis to give up his life of crime, and Artemis has to go along with it. But not until he has completed his one last scheme.

Aretemis has constructed a supercomputer from stolen fairy technology. Called teh "C Cube," it will render all existing human technology obsolete. He arranges a meeting with a powerful Chicago businessman, John Spiro, to broker a deal for C Cube. But Spiro springs a trap-he steals the C Cube and mortally injures Butler. Artemis knows his only hope of saving his bodyguard is to employ fairy magic; so once again he must contact his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police.

It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, and Aretmis's luck may have just run out.....
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After being held prisoner for years, Atemis Fowl's father has finally come home. He is a new man- an honest man, much to Artemis's horror. He makes his son promise to give up his life of crime, and Artemis has to go along with it. But not until he has completed on last scheme.
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My son loves this series and he's picky about books.
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Artemis Fowl the Second has a brilliant plan--one last scheme to make his family some money, then he'll leave the crime life behind him and turn over a new leaf. Everything starts out fine, with Artemis meeting with billionaire businessman Jon Spiro to discuss a mutually agreeable arrangement. Artemis, you see, has developed the C Cube, a mini-supercomputer that can do almost anything. For the right price, Artemis will withhold releasing the Cube to the public to allow Spiro's company to catch up in the technology world. All seems well, until Spiro steals the Cube, his bodyguard, Blunt, fatally wounds Butler, and Artemis is left wondering how it all went wrong.

What follows is Artemis's desperate plea to the fairies to help heal Butler and rescue the C Cube from evil Spiro, before he becomes aware of the Fairy World and wreaks havoc on the creatures living below ground. As Captain Holly Short is once again drawn into one of Artemis's dangerous schemes, she does so, along with Commander Root, with one condition--when the C Cube is recovered, Artemis, Butler, and Butler's sister, Juliet, will all submit to mind wipes, erasing every trace of the fairies from their memories. Artemis agrees, desperate to save Butler's life, but already he has plans to avoid the erasure of a mind wipe.

THE ETERNITY CODE contains a lot more action-adventure than the two previous books, and a lot less of the world of Fairy. It is, though, still a very fast-paced, enjoyable read, and I'm left wanting to know what will happen next. Thoroughly entertaining, and highly recommended.
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My husband really enjoys this series. I gave upa fter 2 books, but he finished this on ein 2 days... Must have been pretty good.
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Sci-fi. My mother loved.-