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Irish Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl's younger brothers, return in their third and most bizarre adventure yet. For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye, the Duke of Scilly, has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in Book One. Teddy plans to give them exactly what they deserve: permanent death. He threatens Myles with his weaponized j Irish Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl's younger brothers, return in their third and most bizarre adventure yet. For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye, the Duke of Scilly, has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in Book One. Teddy plans to give them exactly what they deserve: permanent death. He threatens Myles with his weaponized jet and Beckett and Specialist Lazuli succeed in disarming the aircraft and causing an accident that kills the duke. But does it really? Ghosts, clones, and fairy magic come to play in this ultimate and ridiculous showdown between the twins and their worst enemy.


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Irish Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl's younger brothers, return in their third and most bizarre adventure yet. For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye, the Duke of Scilly, has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in Book One. Teddy plans to give them exactly what they deserve: permanent death. He threatens Myles with his weaponized j Irish Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl's younger brothers, return in their third and most bizarre adventure yet. For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye, the Duke of Scilly, has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in Book One. Teddy plans to give them exactly what they deserve: permanent death. He threatens Myles with his weaponized jet and Beckett and Specialist Lazuli succeed in disarming the aircraft and causing an accident that kills the duke. But does it really? Ghosts, clones, and fairy magic come to play in this ultimate and ridiculous showdown between the twins and their worst enemy.

30 review for Get What They Deserve

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lu

    A huge thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book to read and review in exchange of an honest opinion. The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is the third book of The Fowl Twins' adventures in an ultimate showdown between Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye and the twins who humiliate him in the first book. For two years the Duke of Scilly has been plotting his revenge and when he threatens Miles with his weaponized jet and Beckett and Specialist Lazuli manage to disarming it and protect Miles, A huge thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book to read and review in exchange of an honest opinion. The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is the third book of The Fowl Twins' adventures in an ultimate showdown between Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye and the twins who humiliate him in the first book. For two years the Duke of Scilly has been plotting his revenge and when he threatens Miles with his weaponized jet and Beckett and Specialist Lazuli manage to disarming it and protect Miles, an accident occurs, killing the duke. But is that the truth? Miles wants to be certain of his death, starting another adventure that will involve ghosts, clones, fairy magic, new powers and exciting get-aways at the very last second. I loved reading this book! I grew up with Artemis Fowl's adventures and it's always a pleasure coming back to this world, with his twin brothers and their captivating and hilarious situations. I miss Artemis, Butler and Holly and I loved reading when the twins and Lazuli think about them, but it's impossible not to love these characters too. Eoin Colfer's writing style is brilliant, funny, mixing anecdotes, stories, previews, swinging from past to present, from one character's POV to another, piecing everything together in a very skilled way. Mixing fantasy and science, scary moments and hilarious ones, The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is another amazing book by Eoin Colfer and I loved every single page of it. The story is full of plot twists, secrets, discoveries and it was such a rollercoaster of emotions and actions and, in more than one occasion, I feared for the worst (even though I had faith in these characters the situation appeared desperate). The bond between Miles and Beckett is one of my favourite, because, even though the twins are very different, Miley being the brain, Beckett more physical and spontaneous, they complete each other, helping, supporting, taunting and being for one other. Also, the Regrettables, with Whistle Blower and Specialist Lazuli are such an amazing team! Hilarious and brilliant is the introduction of ghosts and a family's bloody past, with curious new connections and plots. I also loved the discovery of a certain new power and I can't wait to know more about it. In this book the reader gets to know more about the twins, mostly about their powers, and about Specialist Lazuli's story and past, in her desire to find out what happened to her family. I won't say anything because it's such a surprise, but I loved the way the author connected books and adventures. Overall, the book is a rollercoaster and I loved everything about it. I really hope it won't be the last one ( I doubt it), because, even though Artemis Fowl will be one of my favourite book series ever, The Fowl Twins are absolutely a delight.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rach

    keep it down kiddos, mummy is listening to eoin colfer dismantle the fourth wall and address his own tendency to sometimes relegate female characters to supporting roles: "I read about you," said Lazuli. "In a file called The Lost Colony." "I read that file too," said Minerva. "And I was seriously unimpressed. I was completely shafted by that file. I come across like a supporting character to the great Artemis Fowl." "I know the feeling," said Lazuli. "My whole life is Fowlcentric." also I will keep it down kiddos, mummy is listening to eoin colfer dismantle the fourth wall and address his own tendency to sometimes relegate female characters to supporting roles: "I read about you," said Lazuli. "In a file called The Lost Colony." "I read that file too," said Minerva. "And I was seriously unimpressed. I was completely shafted by that file. I come across like a supporting character to the great Artemis Fowl." "I know the feeling," said Lazuli. "My whole life is Fowlcentric." also I will admit I got a little sweaty at the knowledge that eoin was re-introducing the only love interest he'd ever given artemis and then immediately making her unavailable but why do I ever doubt the man? "Did you know Artemis and I were kind of an item for a while?" asked Minerva. "But then he found his true soulmate." Lazuli cut in. "Don't tell me — himself, right?" Eoin Colfer has always understood the assignment: witty, irreverent, tender-hearted, and an absolute masterclass in deep platonic love between male and female characters. Fowl twins Beckett ("a human ray of sunshine") and Myles (truly the worse version of Artemis — apparently pubs a memoir in his adulthood called Myles Fowl: You People Do Not Deserve Me which yes made me laugh out loud - the only rich white boy assholes I love are the ones I know are going to get dragged kicking and screaming into decency by a female fairy friend) third little adventure was perhaps my favorite yet, though I wish Laz had been with the boys more. But the reunion was well worth-it. This was my first jaunt into the twins' story via audiobook, which is narrated by the same man who carries the original series with Artemis, and I can't pretend it didn't fill my heart up to hear some of those voices again. Best throwaway reference: Laz asked Holly "hey in a crisis should I call Artemis?" (who is in space) and Holly, his best friend in the universe, who literally has one of his eyes in her skull, who saved his life at least 12 times and tried to live and die for him, was like "nah that guy is BONKERS he will definitely mess your life up" that's true (platonic) love

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Lynn

    It is so much fun revisiting the world and words I fell in love with decades ago!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Anne Carter

    Ghosts, ectoplasm, cloning, possession, and even a creepy visit to a mortuary are all featured in The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve by Eoin Colfer. Along with shennanigans, bodily functions, criminal monologues, and many very (purposefully) forced acronyms. The final showdown between the Fowl Twins and Teddy Bleedham-Drye is every bit as bizzare, convoluted, and hilarious as I expected. What begins with a pathology confetence continues along its morbid route as the Fowl Twins deal with otherw Ghosts, ectoplasm, cloning, possession, and even a creepy visit to a mortuary are all featured in The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve by Eoin Colfer. Along with shennanigans, bodily functions, criminal monologues, and many very (purposefully) forced acronyms. The final showdown between the Fowl Twins and Teddy Bleedham-Drye is every bit as bizzare, convoluted, and hilarious as I expected. What begins with a pathology confetence continues along its morbid route as the Fowl Twins deal with otherworldly forces, a perhaps-not-dead duke, and a variety of magical mishaps that just might be the key to the whole adventure. Once again we have Myles acting as Artemis 2.0, determined to outdo his older brother in every way, while Beckett brings instinct and a complete lack of filter to the fray. I wish I had counted the number of times Myles mades a snide comment about Artemis because there are many and they are all tinged with Myles's desire to outdo and therefore impress Artemis. I liked that Myles and Beckett's roles get a bit complicated as the story unfolds. They both have to deal with things way outside their comfort zones - and for once there are some actual consequences (although not many). While this book is generally light and filled with deliberatly cheesy and punny humour, there were some real moments, particularly with Beckett, that showed the characters growing and dealing with their emotions. Lazuli gets a bit sidelined for a large part of the story, but with her we get to catch up with one of my favourite under-utilized characters from the original series. There are quite a few Artemis Fowl call-backs, and I particularly loved the epilogue. I tremendously enjoy the narrative style, as if a dramatic omniscient narrator were regaling me with a series of unlikely events with a fair amount of relish. There are tangents, dramatic foreshadowing, play-by-play breakdowns, and some rather explosive escapes. These are not books that prioritize things like logic or physics, but they're such fun. I did think some details contradicted the canon from the original series or just didn't make sense with it. But I loved a lot of the new character additions. I also liked that this book really is about family, loyalty, and consequences. Thank you to #Netgalley and #DisneyHyperion for the free review copy in exchange for an honest review. Rating: 4 stars

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sifa Poulton

    This Fowl sequel series is very much one where your sense of humour will affect how much you enjoy it. It's a Eoin Colfer book, so expect plenty of silly acronyms, fart jokes (there is one scene where an entire book's worth of fart jokes happens in one scene), and bizarre happenings. For me, it was all a little bit too bizarre. This series feels sillier than the original. While it's funny, at time it just felt too much, excessive such that it was losing its heart (replacing clever plans with deus This Fowl sequel series is very much one where your sense of humour will affect how much you enjoy it. It's a Eoin Colfer book, so expect plenty of silly acronyms, fart jokes (there is one scene where an entire book's worth of fart jokes happens in one scene), and bizarre happenings. For me, it was all a little bit too bizarre. This series feels sillier than the original. While it's funny, at time it just felt too much, excessive such that it was losing its heart (replacing clever plans with deus ex machinas of the absurd variety). This is very much a taste thing, as there's a fine line between funny-silly and irritatingly-silly for me. I found that this book, while it has some good moment, didn't have the cleverness to temper the silliness. I love the actual cleverness of Artemis, which intricate schemes. Myles has some clever moments here. However, most of the twins' escapes felt like they survived due to luck (unlike previous books.) I will say, though, that the reveal of what his magic is was a lot of fun, as it was the perfect thing for a person like him. Myles is probably my least favourite of the three leads. He doesn't quite have the charisma of Artemis to pull off the arrogance. Not to mention, though it is perfectly in character for a 12-year-old to be dismissive of his older brother regardless of intelligence, I would have liked the omniscient narrator to point out that the brothers were, at best, equally intelligent, just so it felt less like trying to one up the previous series. I know others who loved this book, but it just wasn't for me. It had some good moments, but the inclusion of ghosts sort of typified the book for me - it just brought in an element that felt under developed and not quite in line with the feel of the world.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Another Fowlscapade The Fowl Twins and LEP Specialist Lazuli Heitz are back in another fast paced, action-packed adventure. Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye is back with a vengeance, and Myles Fowl is the target of his fury. Archenemies are hard to get rid of, especially when magic is involved. In an exciting turn, Myles accidently invents his own fairy-magic-superpower, and it causes a domino effect of disaster. Taking charge, Lazuli, with the help of Beckett, work to lead them out of peril. Lazuli, lea Another Fowlscapade The Fowl Twins and LEP Specialist Lazuli Heitz are back in another fast paced, action-packed adventure. Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye is back with a vengeance, and Myles Fowl is the target of his fury. Archenemies are hard to get rid of, especially when magic is involved. In an exciting turn, Myles accidently invents his own fairy-magic-superpower, and it causes a domino effect of disaster. Taking charge, Lazuli, with the help of Beckett, work to lead them out of peril. Lazuli, learns a bit more about her magic and Beckett’s instinctive physicality are spectacular as ever, saving all of their lives on multiple occasions. But their luck is running out, and Lord Teddy is not finished with them. Without their normal resources can they solve this mystery before they fall into a deadly trap? Eoin Colfer guarantees that there are plenty of surprises, including new characters and some old friends from the fairy world. Readers jump right into the action from page one, and culminates into an exciting end. Filled with the same humorous whit, scientific invention, and fascinating anecdotes as the previous two books. Yes, there is also plenty of toilet humor as well, and mentions of vomit. The science in this book may be a bit dubious, but it is a lot of fun. Myles and Beckett Fowl are their same ingenious selves throughout the book, but learn that they don’t always have the answers. Lazuli also has a bit of soul searching about her past, and the value of her own strength. Together they face their fears in order to ruin Lord Teddy’s evil plans. All ending in a hilarious and crazy mess. This is a great middle grade book filled with magic, intelligence, and unexpected adventure.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Crawford

    "No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally and often far more worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond" C.S. Lewis "The litany of Fowl/fairy-related incidents read like a series of ever more outlandish morality tales, where the unlikely and impossible were everyday and commonplace." Deny All Charges "‘It is historically true that progress is hindered not by lack of ideas, but by the slow grind of bureaucracy,’" Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "For it is the way of s "No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally and often far more worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond" C.S. Lewis "The litany of Fowl/fairy-related incidents read like a series of ever more outlandish morality tales, where the unlikely and impossible were everyday and commonplace." Deny All Charges "‘It is historically true that progress is hindered not by lack of ideas, but by the slow grind of bureaucracy,’" Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "For it is the way of spirits that sometimes, if there isn’t a soul to see them, the ghost begins to wonder if they’re really there." Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "You could say what you wanted about human infestation of the Earth’s surface, but, with the rows of iconic buildings rising like a kraken’s teeth through the morning mist, it had to be admitted that their structures could be impressive." Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "Things always look darkest before the dawn, he thought. But it was not dark, and dawn seemed a long way off." Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "Anyway, as far as I can tell, no one’s insides match their outsides, and anyone who says they do is pretending." Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve "Fireballs struck the walls like cannonballs, buckling the steel and conducting thunderous sound waves along its grooves. The noise was phenomenal. The twins felt as though they were in the eye of a storm, and several ghosts vacated their hosts out of sheer shock." Fowl Twins: Get What They Deserve

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sara Doyle

    I received an ARC of this title from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and were not affected by the free copy. The Fowl twins are at it again! And this time, their adventures are only mostly Myles's fault! Lord Teddy has been plotting his revenge for nearly two years, and he's finally ready to give them their just reward-death. These books will never live up to the Artemis Fowl series, at least in my opinion. Myles is is a giant jerk, Beckett reads younger than h I received an ARC of this title from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and were not affected by the free copy. The Fowl twins are at it again! And this time, their adventures are only mostly Myles's fault! Lord Teddy has been plotting his revenge for nearly two years, and he's finally ready to give them their just reward-death. These books will never live up to the Artemis Fowl series, at least in my opinion. Myles is is a giant jerk, Beckett reads younger than he is (though I love him), and Lazuli, while being great, isn't Holly. Nevertheless, they are still a delightful addition to the Fowl family tales. Sadly, I think this ended up being my least favorite of the trilogy thus far. The blurb has this line it it: "Ghosts, clones, and fairy magic come to play in this ultimate and ridiculous showdown between the twins and their worst enemy." Well, I can tell you that it is 100% right-it is absolutely ridiculous. For a fantasy book, it went just a little too far into fantastical for me, which is really saying something. Myles finally comes into his brand of magic in an insane, almost unbelievable way, and then it isn't really mentioned again. There is no resolution to those powers. I'm sure it will come up in the next book, but it just left me wanting more explanation. However, that ending made up for a lot. Specialist Lazuli finally gets what she's been wanting her whole life. I'm very sad that we didn't get to see the resolution, but I look forward to seeing it in the next book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve by Eion Colfer is a manic book written primarily for young boys who need a lot of motion. It is supremely creative, with plenty of add characters including clones and faeries and such and much, much magic. There is also plenty of science and two twelve-years-olds who have self esteem problems. There is murder and mayhem and lots of shooting, albeit with guns not at all like our own. Myles and Becket are the younger brothers of Artemis and Myles, at least, is The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve by Eion Colfer is a manic book written primarily for young boys who need a lot of motion. It is supremely creative, with plenty of add characters including clones and faeries and such and much, much magic. There is also plenty of science and two twelve-years-olds who have self esteem problems. There is murder and mayhem and lots of shooting, albeit with guns not at all like our own. Myles and Becket are the younger brothers of Artemis and Myles, at least, is in constant competition with his older brother. The have a fairy ambassador/babysitter, Lazuli, who spends an inordinate amount of time chasing after them and rescuing them from themselves, sometimes at peril to herself. This book is made up of a series of plots, all putting them at risk. This would be an excellent, one-chapter-a-night bedtime story as every chapter has a cliffhanger. Foaly is up to his old tricks, designing new and wonderful equipment for his fairy masters and it is up to Lazuli to test many of them. She is particularly good with testing for resilience and sturdiness. Quite the book for the appropriate audience. Colfer goes above and beyond in creating new and wonderful situations and solutions for his favorite twins. Quite the read! I was invited to read a free e-ARC of The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve by Hyperion, through Netgalley. All thoughts and opinions are mine. #netgalley #hyperion #eioncolfer #thefowltwinsgetwhattheydeserve

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alley W.

    The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is a five star book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The story begins with Myles and Beckett attending a CORPSE event where Myles is the keynote speaker. The event of course is crashed by their nemesis Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye. The twins thought for sure he was gone forever but they were wrong. Even more so when they really destroy him again but he still shows up after trying to confirm his death. Lord Teddy’s main objective is to rid the world of the horrible Fowl Twins forever. The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is a five star book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The story begins with Myles and Beckett attending a CORPSE event where Myles is the keynote speaker. The event of course is crashed by their nemesis Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye. The twins thought for sure he was gone forever but they were wrong. Even more so when they really destroy him again but he still shows up after trying to confirm his death. Lord Teddy’s main objective is to rid the world of the horrible Fowl Twins forever. Will Lord Teddy ever claim victory over the twins? Will Myles ever admit he is wrong? Will Beckett be able to help Myles figure out the mysteries found on the Island of St. George? Will LEP Fowl Liaison officer, Specialist Lazuli Heitz ever manage to control the twins actions? All these questions are answered plus a beautiful bounty of twist and turns which make this installment of the Fowl Twins adventures worth the read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is the third installment from The Fowl Twins series by Eoin Colfer. It is, also, the first book I have read by this author. I thought it was a pretty good read. It was fun to read with my ten year old son. The chapters are not very long and we spent every evening reading a couple of chapters just before bed. It was full of adventure, intrigue, and suspense. I thought it was a great way to spend some time with my son and reading a fun book. I am giving The Fow The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is the third installment from The Fowl Twins series by Eoin Colfer. It is, also, the first book I have read by this author. I thought it was a pretty good read. It was fun to read with my ten year old son. The chapters are not very long and we spent every evening reading a couple of chapters just before bed. It was full of adventure, intrigue, and suspense. I thought it was a great way to spend some time with my son and reading a fun book. I am giving The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve four stars. I recommend it for readers who between the ages of ten and fourteen years old and enjoy reading magical, mystery and fantasy books. I would love to read the previous books from The Fowl Twins series in the near future. I received a hard cover copy of The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Martin

    What a wild, delightful ride this book was! Eoin Colfer has done it again - created an exciting, crazy, twisting and turning adventure for the Fowl Twins and their fairy friend Specialist Heitz. I love these characters even more in this book, and the plot of their nemesis is even more outlandish and nefarious than ever before. For anyone who loved the first two books, this latest installment is a must-read! It’s rare to find an author who writes a second series that is just as entertaining and li What a wild, delightful ride this book was! Eoin Colfer has done it again - created an exciting, crazy, twisting and turning adventure for the Fowl Twins and their fairy friend Specialist Heitz. I love these characters even more in this book, and the plot of their nemesis is even more outlandish and nefarious than ever before. For anyone who loved the first two books, this latest installment is a must-read! It’s rare to find an author who writes a second series that is just as entertaining and lives up to the reputation of the first, but Eoin Colfer manages it perfectly! The way he weaves words together to craft a masterful tale is as magical as the fairies he writes about! I received a complimentary eARC of this book from the publisher through Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Paula Soper

    I just lost a long, meandering review of this novel. Maybe it’s for the best. Here are the highlights as I remember them: 1. I’ve decided that my heart-warming, loved books and series now are 4 stars so that the 5 stars are for the truly exceptional. 2. I love Artemis and the twins, and am so grateful to have discovered the series. You really would have been an integral part of my dissertation had I the heart to write it. 3. I’m sad and glad for the deaths in this story. (No spoilers.) 4. I’m gratefu I just lost a long, meandering review of this novel. Maybe it’s for the best. Here are the highlights as I remember them: 1. I’ve decided that my heart-warming, loved books and series now are 4 stars so that the 5 stars are for the truly exceptional. 2. I love Artemis and the twins, and am so grateful to have discovered the series. You really would have been an integral part of my dissertation had I the heart to write it. 3. I’m sad and glad for the deaths in this story. (No spoilers.) 4. I’m grateful for Eoin Colfer’s talent and humor. Plus, I love the Double-booked Podcast. Check it out if you haven’t. 5. I first had a crush on Inspector Lynley. However, I’m pretty sure that I have a listener’s crush on Nathaniel Parker. Well done as always, sir. For readers of a delicate disposition, I say 1. Toughen up 2. Get used to flatulence and fairies.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gretchen

    Myles and Becket Fowl are back in their next adventure with the fairy Lazuli. The nemesis Lord Teddy Bleedham-Drye has returned with a nefarious plot, fake his death and conduct a surprise attack. Meanwhile, Lazuli searches for her long-lost mother. The Fowl twins must overcome clones, seaweed goblins, and unexpected magical emergences to finally defeat Lord Teddy. The ending includes a happy surprise. #TheFowlTwinsGetWhatTheyDeserve #NetGalley

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    Another great Fowl Twins books. I have to say I enjoy them more than I enjoy the original Artemis Fowl books. Eoin Colfer seems to have really found the balance between comedy, mystery, fantasy and science. It's a great midlevel reader that any modern fantasy reader could love. Read some out loud to my 9 year old daughter and she loved it. I will have to start her with the first books, there is some background knowledge that it's helpful to know before reading this one. Another great Fowl Twins books. I have to say I enjoy them more than I enjoy the original Artemis Fowl books. Eoin Colfer seems to have really found the balance between comedy, mystery, fantasy and science. It's a great midlevel reader that any modern fantasy reader could love. Read some out loud to my 9 year old daughter and she loved it. I will have to start her with the first books, there is some background knowledge that it's helpful to know before reading this one.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bekka

    Such an enjoyable read, filled with proper, classic Fowl adventures. Judging by the ending, this may be the final ever book (I think I read that it was somewhere, but at the same time I think saw something about a 4th book, any info would be appreciated if anyone has it!), if it is the ending, it wrapped up everything beautifully! TW for animal death, threats of murder, threats of decapitation, loss of friends, guns

  17. 4 out of 5

    S Tondra

    Colfer just keeps giving us what we need, more of the Fowl family! I enjoy the writing style and how it make the story evolve in an magnificent way. Myles and Beckett are again faced off against their foe Lord Teddy and this time Lord Teddy is out for utter revenge. The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is another fast paced adventure and I just enjoyed reading. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC in return for an honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    TrixieB

    This was not a great book. Which is a shame as I've really enjoyed both series. Most bizarre was the heterosexual pairing the author needed to impose on the preteens. Twelve year olds can certainly fall in love after a fashion, but this was awkward and forced. It's always worth reading a book if Beckett is in it though. This was not a great book. Which is a shame as I've really enjoyed both series. Most bizarre was the heterosexual pairing the author needed to impose on the preteens. Twelve year olds can certainly fall in love after a fashion, but this was awkward and forced. It's always worth reading a book if Beckett is in it though.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    4/4.5 well worth the wait

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    So much fun. It’s very difficult to not have a smile on my face while finishing one of these books.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Liam Olding

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anna Tsagkareli

  23. 4 out of 5

    Malachi

  24. 5 out of 5

    Faith Pfeil

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kaleb

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lesley

  27. 5 out of 5

    Pamreads

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Lord

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laini Rose

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maddie

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