Irish Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl's younger brothers, return in their third and most bizarre adventure yet. *"Like its bestselling progenitors, a nonstop spinoff afroth with high-tech, spectacular magic, and silly business."--Kirkus (starred review)
For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye, the Duke of Scilly, has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in Book One. Teddy plans to give them exactly what they deserve: permanent death. He threatens Myles with his weaponized jet and Beckett and Specialist Lazuli succeed in disarming the aircraft and causing an accident that kills the duke. But does it really?
Ghosts, clones, and fairy magic come to play in this ultimate and ridiculous showdown between the twins and their worst enemy.
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About the Author
Eoin Colfer is the author of the New York Times best-selling Artemis Fowl series, which was adapted into a major motion picture from Disney, and three books in a spin-off series about the Fowl Twins. He also wrote the critically acclaimed WARP trilogy, and many other titles for young readers and adults, including Highfire, Iron Man: The Gauntlet, Airman, Half Moon Investigations, Eoin Colfer's Legend of . . . books, The Wish List, Benny and Omar; and Benny and Babe. In 2014, he was named Ireland's laureate for children's literature. He lives with his wife and two sons in Dublin, Ireland. To learn more, visit www.eoincolfer.com. He is also on Twitter and Instagram @EoinColfer.
PRAISE FOR FOWL TWINS DENY ALL CHARGES, THE
"After 20 years of the Artemis Fowl series, this new branch of stories stands out thanks to the protagonists' spooky, ESP-like connection and their loyalty to one another in spite of their differences. James Bond-type gadgets, plenty of action, and more than a few punny jokes regarding exactly how dwarves expel the excess dirt they dig make this another treat for Fowl fans."—Booklist