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The Eternity Code: The Graphic Novel

by Eoin Colfer

Other authors: Paolo Lamanna (Illustrator)

Series: Artemis Fowl (3)

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After Artemis uses stolen fairy technology to create a powerful microcomputer and it is snatched by a dangerous American businessman, Artemis, Juliet, Mulch, and the fairies join forces to try to retrieve it.

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In the past I’ve given relatively high ratings to the previous two graphic novels in this series, but I have to drop it a bit for this one. I still love the stories, and the adaptation is extremely well done (due to the involvement of Eoin Colfer, of course), but while I was reading this book I found myself to often be rather frustrated by the formatting of the book. The art style is incredibly detailed (likely chosen to appeal to the pre-teen male audience that is the book’s target audience), but my old eyes can’t handle all the detail when the pages are so small! Give me all the intricacy of the illustrations, but give them to me in a bigger format so I can actually enjoy all of them! Why didn’t they just publish the book as a standard size graphic novel, rather than these shrunken size? Or even a bigger special format would have been nice. Complaints about formatting aside, the story was a wonderful adventure, as per usual, with Artemis going up against a foe who almost matches him in intelligence in the form of tech billionaire John Spiro. Artemis isn’t as smart as he thinks he is though, since he falls straight into Spiro’s trap and has to call on the resources of the LEP to help save the day. It would have been a lot better if Artemis hadn’t poked the bear again, since this latest escapade got his mind wiped of all knowledge of the fairy race and ends up losing him some of his favourite people (in the shape of Holly Short and Foaly). Of course, readers know this is only temporary, since it’s only a matter of time before Opal Koboi makes her next attempt to take over the world and Artemis’ backup plan to get his memories back is practically foolproof. ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
I loved this book. Yes, the artwork took some getting used to and it obviously didn't match the picture in my head I had of the characters, but I still really, really, enjoyed it. It was a fun quick read that was true to the original content. The colors were vibrant and easy to see and read. 5 out of 5 stars. I can't wait to read more. ( )
  Beammey | Jan 23, 2016 |
The 3rd book in the Artemis Fowl series transformed into a graphic novel. This book is about Artemis Fowl showing a extremely advanced fairy tech to a wealthy businessman, but the businessman takes it for himself. If he opens the cube the fairy world will be discovered. Artemis needs a plan to save his friends and reclaim his tech. I like the graphic novel form, but i prefer the chapter books. This was one of my favorite because of the long plan Artemis composed and used. Again, i suggest this book, but probably after you read the original. ( )
  Alec.CB | Nov 11, 2014 |
This is the 3rd book of the Artemis Fowl series. This volume begins at a fancy restaurant bringing Artemis and his faithful bodyguard Butler together with the crooked Chicago businessman Jon Spiro.

13-year-old Artemis has a fairy-made C Cube to sell. This box is more powerful than any computer and sure to make Artemis even wealthier…but Butler is killed and Spiro makes off with the cube. Spiro finds he needs Fowl to show him how to use the new technology.

Artemis is desperate to contact his fairy friend Holly Short, who he believes can bring Butler back to life. Artemis is smart, we all know that, but has his ambitious nature taken him too far? Will the fairy world be revealed to all? ( )
  SharonWillett | Dec 27, 2013 |
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