In Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident, Holly Short wants to find out who is supplying the goblins with human technology, while Artemis Fowl wants to find his father, who is being kept captive in Russia. Foaly wants to know who turned off all of the LEP Technology and pointed the finger at him…
Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident
Later on Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident, Artemis has received a ransom demand for his father, but he is being held by the LEP, who suspects him of transferring hazardous Human technology to the goblins (batteries). He persuades them that he is innocent and pledges to assist them in exchange for assisting him in freeing his father. Meanwhile, turmoil has erupted in the underground world. An unknown traitor has taken illegal weapons and armed a swarm of trolls, unleashing them on the inhabitants.
Captain Holly Short follows clues to Artemis, and she exacts a little measure of vengeance by taking him, much as he previously kidnapped her. But she quickly realizes that Artemis isn’t the cause of the mayhem, and she’ll need his cooperation to stop it. As a result, these former foes must suddenly join forces—a combination that proves both attractive and explosive.
Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident initially appeared to be the second half of the first, with Artemis pursuing his father, but this was not to be. Now that Artemis is no longer the evil, the author introduces Opal Koboi, who is maybe the most amusing villain of all time. The writing was just as excellent, if not better, than the first, and the characters were a lot more entertaining. Surprisingly so for a novel aimed mostly towards youngsters and young people! The People have only just begun to heal from their terrible first encounter with Artemis Fowl when they discover proof of humans collaborating with and arming Goblins!
Organized crime, hostages, contraband, and a junior criminal genius are the ingredients for legend. It’s fantastic how Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident dealt with the nuclear subject and critical topics in general, describing things that are typically ignored in this genre and even in other adult genres, making it the ideal read for progressive young readers. The author employs several MacGuffins and Chekhovs, adding an extra layer to the tense and rapid main narrative, leaving the reader wondering what this amusing object may still be used for.
The main character of Artemis Fowl 2 audiobook: The Arctic Incident is gradually evolving from the brilliant badass supercriminal to a more realistic and less arrogant person, which might be entertaining in the coming portions as the possibilities grow. Artemis as an emo teen, an enamoured Artemis, or an eco hippy pro environmental preservation Artemis? And, of course, still criminal, given the contrast and exaggeration, and constantly trailed by the huge shadow of his bodyguard.
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