Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) By Eoin Colfer

Once again, these books have no failed to give me delight in reading them. I may be older than the age bracket intended but I really feel this is a book that anyone with a spark of imagination can enjoy.

From the start it was intriguing, full of mystery and unexpected twists and turns. I will not give away the plot as that spoils half the fun in reading it and finding out what misfortune and excited befalls out Hero Atry fowl and Holly. Many surprises and a very unexpected moment of passion.

Extremely humorous, exciting and over all a smashing read. Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) I began reading these books as a teenager and am now in my mid twenties and still love it! I don't like any other books of this genre but ther is something about artimis fowl that makes you want to know the full story. The characters are so realistic you could almost think they were real.
this lastest in the sage is the best one yet. with a little chemestry between the main charaters you just have to read it in a day as its impossible to put down. I did that they re read it the next day!
excellent as always Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) Books make good gifts. This one too. My 12 year old likes this series and this author. I haven't read him because I'm not a tween, but it's probably a good book, any kid of mine has GREAT taste. You can take that to the bookstore and read it. Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) (SPOILERS)Another fast paced Artemis book that was a lot of fun to read in a weekend. Like others who wrote in, I missed Butler and Minerva but didn't find her absence such a mystery at this point. They are, after all, both teenagers and should develop other relationships along what will hopefully be an on again off again relationship throughout future storylines. Instead, I found the Holly & Artemis momentary romance to be endearing and humorous. I worry, though, about Artemis' developing character. Others commented on his not quite being his mastermind self and until the end of the book that is certainly true. I don't think any reader wants Artemis to be nice. He walks a line that makes him interesting and dangerous and because his inner core really wants to do the right thing, it makes him likable despite himself. Some of that got lost in this edition. Overall, though, it's just another really entertaining and enjoyable sequel that makes me want to read what's next! Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) I just finished reading Artemis Fowl and The Time Paradox and I'm happy to say that I really enjoyed it. It's difficult to sustain a series without it getting old and repetitive, but I think Colfer has managed it. Maybe it's because it's been a while since the last in the series came out, I don't know, but I loved it. I was gripped by the action while still learning new things about the characters and having a laugh along the way as well. Bring on the next one! Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6)

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When Artemis Fowls mother contracts a life threatening illness, his world is turned upside down. The only hope for a cure lies in the brain fluid of the silky sifaka lemur. Unfortunately, the animal is extinct due to a heartless bargain Artemis himself made as a younger boy. Though the odds are stacked against him, Artemis is not willing to give up. With the help of his fairy friends, the young genius travels back in time to save the lemur and bring it back to the present. Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6)

I am a BIG book worm and wanted to try something different because I am also a big Harry Potter fan. I really would suggest this book if you enjoy fantasy, action, hi tech, adventure, and Harry Potter. I would suggest this book because of the detail and depth of the books. I also enjoy that the author has books other than Artemis Fowl, such as “The Fowl Twins.” I also enjoy the plot twists, the excitement, and the adventure. Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) Those who have been faithfully following this series will know that this is book six of the adventures of the teenaged criminal mastermind, Artemis Fowl II.

Picking up at Fowl Manor, we learn that three years have passed while Artemis was otherwise occupied, and that he now has two brothers, twins named Beckett and Myles. This book goes in a different direction to the previous plot, making no mention of some of the characters introduced in Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) It feels like the author has lost his love for Artemis. It seems like he is using these last few books not to please the Artemis fans but to stand on a soap box about saving the environment, and to express just how repugnant he finds the average human being on this polluted earth. He throws in some token Mulch Diggums jokes but even those feel predictable and forced. Opal again? : ( Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) This series must be read in order. The first book is Artemis Fowl. The second book is The Arctic Incident. The third book is The Eternity Code. The fourth book is The Opal Deception. The fifth book is The Lost Colony. This is the sixth book. I can't wait to read The Atlantis Complex!

Angeline Fowl is dying. No One knows why. Artemis' father has asked him to do everything in his power to cure his mother Hinting at knowledge he just shouldn't have. Finding out that the only cure is a lemur that Artemis had a hand in making extinct. His first illegal act has finally come back to haunt him. How will be save his mother? Will the People help him? Is it even possible to change the past? Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) The Time Paradox starts off when Artemis returning home 3 years later. He now has 2 little brothers and he's growing up. This book is action packed the entire way, there's no rest at all in this book. It also seems to have the beginnings of a romance between Artemis and Holly. Artemis isn't the bad guy of the previous books. The plot of this book is Artemis must go back in time to save a Lemur and he has to face his younger self. It's very complicated at times and hard to follow. This book also is a bit on the disturbing side when it comes to the Extincionists. These guys are messed up. The budding romance between Holly and Artemis is a bit odd considering she's an adult and he's a teen. I'm curious how this will work out and be moraly right at the same time (although they are 2 different species.hmmm). An reintroduction of a old enemy is here too. The ending of this book leaves it open for another afterwards and frankly if this is the end, it's upsetting.

All in all, an excellent book in the Artemis Fowl series, ideal for kids and adults. Time Paradox, The (Artemis Fowl, Book 6)