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Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code - Eoin Colfer

This book seemed to not last very long and kind of merged with the last story, it was a bit confusing at the beginning however after a few chapters general order was regained. The story wasn't as telling as the last two as you didn't understand a lot of things until later in the read but differences aside it's thrilling ending makes you was to read on and on and on, even if the story wasn't for you! (It was for me)

9/10 Got a word to spread, well spread it in the comments!...

Artemis Fowl: The Arctic incident - Eoin Colfer

This book began with a blast and it didn't stop there as many other blasts were blasted along the way! I enjoyed this book even more than I did the first which is really an achievement from Colfer, this is a quirky, cynically amusing and all in all great book...

10/10 Whether your views differ or not in comparison to mine, please leave your thoughts in the comment section below...

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole - Sue Townsend

This is a must read for 12-14 year olds everywhere , and I mean a must. This is due to the book concerning something everyone in this age group can relate to, growing up, and childhood.
  Humour accompanies the read on every page and you will laugh at the diary a lot. The good news is that if you still want more Mole after finishing the book there are multiple sequels so you shouldn't run out of laughs for a good while...

9/10 Comment below :-) Or else -_-