Artemis Fowl: Judgement Day

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Thrillers  |  House: Booksie Classic


This story takes place shortly after Artemis Fowl: The Unpredictable Future as a continuation. Artemis will have to make daring decisions that could affect the lives of millions, Fairy and Human
alike.

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Introductions

Submitted: March 18, 2018


I was happy with how the first story played out, but I was unhappy that I couldn't finish the whole story in 30 or less chapters. I take this as a personal challenge to write a more interesting
story for the characters. I do not believe this story will have any of the dirty stuff that the first book had and will focus more on the realism of the situations they've found themselves in. I
really hope I can finish this story strong and that it will be just as entertaining as the last.
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Feigned Innocence

Submitted: March 19, 2018


The chapters are going to be a lot longer in this story than before. It's just how the scenes played out. As I'm writing through this, i keep thinking to myself, "Whoever wrote this is a real
A-hole" because when I finish writing it and reread it, i dislike the situations that have to take place for them.
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Old Friends, Old Enemies

Submitted: March 19, 2018


The 1st chapter was nearly pointless to the story. It was just a really in depth insight to Artemis' mindset since Holly's departure.
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What Could Have Been

Submitted: March 20, 2018


I'm so excited to see how Minerva will play her part in this story. In case you haven't noticed, I don't really think out the situations until they happen. I think they become more fluid that way.
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Moving Forward

Submitted: March 21, 2018


So much drama. I almost dislike it. By everything that makes sense, Holly should be with Trouble and Artemis should be with Minerva, but love doesn't have to make sense. I really wanted to
emphasize the end scene of the chapter 3. So many times out there, someone confesses their feelings. the moment they are rejected, those "feelings" immediately change to hatred and scorn. Love is
an absolute good and will not change even if you want it to. Minerva seemed like the perfect candidate to get that message across.
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Sweet Sweets

Submitted: March 23, 2018


Of course Mulch had to be involved in the next Artemis adventure, lets see exactly how important he will be later on. I sincerely feel horrible for what I'm doing to Minerva. She deserves so much
better.
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Until Next Time

Submitted: March 24, 2018


As I write some of these segments, I write them depending on which character's perspective is present. In the first few chapters, it was written in Artemis' perspective. In the prison, it is
written in Holly's perspective. I wanted to try and give Opal a try. Her chapter was a little shorter than I wanted it to be, but I think it serves its' purpose.
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Lady Luna

Submitted: April 02, 2018


Things are certainly getting dramatic for everyone.
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Minerva's Midnight Serenade

Submitted: April 03, 2018


I hate what I'm doing to Minerva... Is Artemis crossing the line here?
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A Slight Insight

Submitted: April 13, 2018


Quite the dream Artemis had. Or was it a dream? Who knows?
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C'est La Vie

Submitted: April 14, 2018


Opal might have finally cracked the secret of the beads. One day left until the big escape. What will happen next?
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Puzzle Pieces

Submitted: April 17, 2018


It's finally time for Artemis to put his plan into action. He has certainly grown to understand the feelings of the heart. I don't know if this is the last we will see of Minerva, but she is a bit
sneakier than I thought she could be.
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Problem Number One

Submitted: April 20, 2018


I'm glad Trouble was able to put up a fight until the very end... He deserved better.
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