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The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked, According to Goodreads

Here is a list of The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked, According to Goodreads.

The Last Guardian

The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked

Goodreads Rating: 4.16

From the blurb:

Opal Koboi is back, and up to no good. A bit of world-domination here, a little light annihilation there.

Some power-crazed pixies never change.

But now Opal plans to wake the spirits of some very deadly, and very angry, long-dead fairy warriors, before releasing an ancient spell to wipe out all human life….

The Time Paradox

The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked

Goodreads Rating: 4.08

From the blurb:

Artemis’s mother is gravely ill. Unfortunately the cure, an endangered lemur, was made extinct eight years ago . . . by Artemis Fowl. Talk about awkward.

What if he could travel back in time, outwit his former self and bring the lemur home? With the right demon warlock, it might be possible….

The Eternity Code

The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked

Goodreads Rating: 4.05

From the blurb:


Not quite. At least, not yet. He’s got one last job, and then he’s going to be good.

But the job goes horribly wrong. So wrong in fact that now a nasty, ruthless billionaire has stolen Artemis’s latest invention – a powerful super-computer that could put the entire fairy world at risk.

The Opal Deception

Goodreads Rating: 4.05

From the blurb:

Artemis Fowl’s memories of the fairy race have been wiped, and his one fairy ally, Captain Holly Short, is on the run.
He needs his memory back–and fast–because a power-crazed pixie is out for revenge, scheming to overthrow the Lower Elements Police.

The Lost Colony

Goodreads Rating: 4.01

From the blurb:

Until recently, Artemis Fowl was the only human to have discovered that magical beings do indeed exist.
But now a second juvenile genius wants to capture a demon for scientific study.

The Atlantis Complex

Goodreads Rating: 3.97

From the blurb:

Dabbling in fairy magic has led Artemis Fowl to develop the Atlantis Complex (aka multiple-personality disorder). And now, with the subterranean city of Atlantis under attack from vicious robots, he is too nice to be of use to anyone.

The Arctic Incident

Goodreads Rating: 3.96

From the blurb:


Goblin gangs (exactly as bad as it sounds) are planning an uprising, and it looks like they’ve had human help.

Holly Short is convinced it’s her old nemesis, Artemis Fowl.

Artemis Fowl

The Artemis Fowl Books Ranked

Goodreads Rating: 3.86

From the blurb:


No scheme is too dastardly, no plot too devious. And he’s just discovered that fairies are real.

Poor fairies.

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