Artemis Fowl audiobook revolves around a protagonist Artemis Fowl II, a 12-year-old genius, and a ruthless criminal mastermind who seeks to amass as much fortune and power as possible. Artemis has no trouble committing a crime and frequently does so in the order to carry out his plans, which are usually well planned.
In Artemis Fowl audiobook, Artemis Fowl has uncovered a realm underneath the Earth full of armed, deadly, and high-tech fairies. Artemis decides to kidnap Captain Holly Short of the fairy Lower Elements Police Reconnaissance unit. Holly is the first female captain of a LEPrecon unit. Her abilities and knowledge are practically unrivaled in the fairy realm, and Artemis is awestruck by her bravery. To manipulate the mystical Fairy People and recover his family’s money, he keeps her for a price of one tonne of gold. With the aid of his bodyguard, Butler, he locates and kidnaps her, and brings Holly to his house. In Artemis Fowl audiobook, LEPrecon operatives come to enter Fowl Mansion, but Artemis foresees their intentions and, with Butler’s aid, obstructs their mission. Unaware of what to do next, the LEPrecon team hires Mulch Diggums, a renowned burglar, to get into Artemis’ mansion.
In Artemis Fowl audiobook free, the fairies eventually deliver Artemis the gold he wanted. Artemis decides to let Holly leave, but not before asking her for a favor. Artemis asks Holly to use her power to heal his mother’s illness since fairies have a unique power. Holly makes deals with Artemis and ultimately agrees to accept his demand for half of the gold ransom. The LEPrecon officers try to murder Artemis and his allies with a massive explosion near the conclusion of the In Artemis Fowl audiobook free, but Artemis escapes in time and takes those he loves with him.
Eoin Colfer wrote Artemis Fowl audiobook.
Eoin Colfer was born on May 14, 1965, in Wexford, Ireland. He is a children’s book writer from Ireland. Before becoming a full-time author, he served as a school teacher. Artemis Fowl series is the reason for his fame. Colfer was hired to write the 6th volume of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series.
The first Artemis Fowl novel published in 2001 becoming a New York Times Best Seller, as well as other sequels, he gained international renown. Half Moon Investigations, The Wish List, The Supernaturalist, and a series of Eoin Colfer’s Legends are among his many interesting books. Colfer followed up with another best-seller, Airman, in January 2008. Over half of his works have made it to the New York Times bestseller list at least once.
Colfer’s debut script, Poison Pen, began filming in April 2014. In 2015, Colfer composed an extended monologue for the Wexford Arts Centre, which he later expanded into a complete play. Colfer said in 2015 that he and Andrew Donkin and Giovanni Rigano, the team behind the Artemis Fowl Graphic Novels, were working on an adult graphic book called Illegal. His Real Life was first staged in Ireland and the United Kingdom in 2016 and 2017, before making its way to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017. It starred Don Wycherley as Noel O’Brien, who recorded on an ancient cassette tape penning his dying words and regrets to a friend. A number of publications gave the play 4- and 5-star ratings. Currently, he resides in Wexford, Ireland, and is 56 years old.
The narrator of Artemis Fowl audiobook is Nathaniel Parker. Other audiobooks that Nathaniel Parker has also narrated are Lovely War, The Arctic Incident, and The Time Paradox.
The length of Artemis Fowl audiobook is 6 hours and 6 minutes.
Listening Library published Artemis Fowl audiobook on 12/28/2003.