Nope, nope, nope. Let’s be honest here, media tie-ins are always a risk. First of all, most the time they make the assumption that you’re already a big fan and that’s why you’re reading the book. I personally believe they’d be a more effective resource if the two could stand alone, and make you want to seek out the other. Season of the Witch made me want to avoid The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. I think it’s in part because of the complications of this story. Season of the Witch is being marketed as YA because Sabrina is fifteen and the […]
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
The Arctic Incident is my least favorite of the Artemis Fowl books. It has its merits. This novel builds a relationship between Artemis and the fae, and it strengthens Artemis’ family. That said, I find it more boring than the other books? I know, right? Give me a long lost father and a goblin rebellion, and I’m still not pleased. I’m a tough nut to crack sometimes. When reading a long series, it’s really easy to compare books. The Opal Deception? Hands down, my favorite. The Arctic Incident? Not loving it. And I don’t have great reasons – I just have trouble […]
I am hopelessly enamored by my childhood favorites. From The Immortals to Harry Potter to His Dark Materials, the books I read in middle school and high school still remain my sentimental favorites. I read them over and again, and mostly just applaud myself for my excellent taste. Artemis Fowl is, undoubtedly, my favorite teen boy hero. And yes, that means I like him better than both Harry Potter and Percy Jackson. I like both their books fine, but Artemis himself takes the cake. He’s a genius, inventive, confident, and captured an elf. Sure – Harry and Percy fought gods and supervillain […]