April Author of the Month
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Artemis Fowl Artemis is the son of a European crime lord. His father has
disappeared, along with the family’s fortune, and as a result his mother has
gone into a catatonic state.
Along with his friend and bodyguard
Fowl discovers the existence of fairies and in order to capture one, decodes
their Book. He eventually manages to capture LEPrecon officer Captain
Holly short, whom he then proceeds to hold hostage for money.
Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident Artemis wants to find his father,
held hostage in
with human technology; Foaly wants to find out who’s disabled all the LEP
Technology and pointed the finger at him. Artemis receives a ransom
demand for his father but is captured by the LEP.
Artemis Fowl and the Opal Deception Artemis Fowl steals the world’s
most sought-after painting, but becomes entangled in a revenge bid by Opal Kobol
against those who thwarted her previously. Holly short races to rescue
Artemis but they are captured by Opal and left to die in a troll-infested
flatulent dwarf, to rescue them and to defeat Opal.
it is snatched by a dangerous American businessman, Artemis, Juliet Mulch and the fairies join forces to try to get it back
Lost Colony Ten thousand years ago, humans and fairies fought a great
battle for the magical island of Ireland. When it became clear to the fairy
families that they could never win, they decided to move their civilization
underground and keep themselves hidden from the humans. All the fairy
families agreed on this, except the eighth family, the demons.
The Wish List
Meg Finn is in trouble. She's dead but not at peace--she's in limbo, her good
deeds perfectly balanced against her bad deeds; Heaven or Hell wait, a tip of
the scale away. So she's back on Earth trying to tip the scale to the good by
helping her last victim, and her former "partner" is also back trying to tip the
scale to the bad.
Private investigator Fletcher Moon, nicknamed "Half Moon"
because of his shortness, must track down a conspiracy or be
framed for a crime he did not commit.
In the late nineteenth century, when Conor Broekhart discovers a conspiracy
to overthrow the king, he is branded a traitor, imprisoned, and forced to mine
for diamonds under brutal conditions while he plans a daring escape from Little
Saltee prison by way of a flying machine that he must design, build, and,
hardest of all, trust to carry him to safety.