Eoin Colfer to bid farewell to Artemis Fowl
Author says he will write one more book featuring the child criminal mastermind, and reveals rough storyline for his final adventure
The child genius Artemis Fowl, whose criminal schemes have powered seven children's novels to bestsellerdom since 2001, selling 20m books around the world, is under a sentence of execution. His creator, Eoin Colfer, has revealed to the Guardian that this summer's outing, The Atlantis Complex, will be his teenage mastermind's penultimate adventure.
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