Amo Artemis, Holly, Mulch, Butler, ma soprattutto, amo Eoin Colfer.
Rawley pulled his blade from the bench and winked at N°1. This was not a friendly you-and-I-share-a-secret wink; it was let's-see-what-colour-your-insides-are wink.
Butler was truggling to keep up. Sometimes it was not easy being a genius's bodyguard.
"You know as well as I do that fortune never sends the best-case scenario our way. You have too much bad karma."
"How much time do I have" asked Holly.
Artemis checked the stopwatch on his watch.
"If you hurry", he said, "none".
"Should I look scared?"
"That would be appropriate"
"Good. Shouldn't be a problem".
"(Artemis) just stepped put, but he'll be back".
"Are you sure?"
Butler's eyes lost their focus. "Yes, I'm sure. He told me".
"How bad can they be?" asked Artemis. "We've faced trolls together".
"It's fine", said Holly, powering up her handgun. "They're not so big. We're going yo be fine. Really".
Artemis frowned. Holly only bothered reassuring him when they were in deep trouble,
"That bad?" he said.
Holly whistled, shaking her head. "You have no idea".
the 5th book in the series and just fantastic.
from farting dwarfs to warlock demons, this book just never ends with its surprises and twists.
After a confusing beginning, the story grows from a normal kidnapping/rescuing process into a story more magical than any of its predecessors. The awfully cunning twists and shocking climax will impress readers so much that they can't help but read on. It is a must-read for fans of the series....Continua