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The Opal Deception: The Graphic Novel

by Eoin Colfer

Series: Artemis Fowl (4)

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After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl's mind was wiped of memories of the world belowground and any goodness grudgingly learned is now gone with the young genius reverting to his criminal lifestyle.
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Even though I’m still not a fan of the smaller format for these graphic novels, I was able to read this volume with much more pleasure than previous attempts - mostly because I chose to read this during my lunch hours at work where the lighting is much brighter than my bedroom. Of all of the books in the series, I think this one has the widest range of scenery, which made the story very visually enjoyable to read alongside the mad-cap adventure that pitted Artemis Fowl and company against Opal Koboi (for the second time). With Artemis regaining his memories (as predicted) to help his fairy allies readers will be unsurprised that Artemis spends much of this volume struggling to reconcile the warring factions within his own mind - his old conceited self had re-emerged when he lost his only “friends” alongside his memories of the fairy race - but thankfully his better self wins out and he manages to save the day. The artists seem to have had a lot of fun with the design work in this volume as well, since we have such a focus on Opal (who might be passing for human, but seems to maintain a strange and slightly awkward appearance to readers) and one of the key points of action revolves around Artemis’ and Holly’s encounter with a gang of trolls (who are certainly creative in their styling). Overall, an interesting read, but it seems that this may be the final book in the graphic novel adaptations to the Artemis Fowl series since it has been a few years since it was published... ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
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After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl's mind was wiped of memories of the world belowground and any goodness grudgingly learned is now gone with the young genius reverting to his criminal lifestyle.

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