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Publisher's Summary

Told from the perspective of Foaly, Commander Root, and Holly, this title gives a fairy-level perspective on their world and their views of the human world.

There's no team better suited to giving Artemis Fowl fans a fairy-level look at the LEP and the world beyond than Foaly, Commander Root, and Holly. With inside access granted by the LEP's finest, listeners will get unprecedented insight into the inner workings of the LEP, the enchanting subterranean world of fairies, and the fairy perspectives on the world above.

©2019 Matthew K. Manning (P)2019 Listening Library

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What listeners say about Artemis Fowl: How to Be a LEPrecon

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I don't know why but i originally thought this was going to be from Artemis' perspective. Like i said i don't know why but i thought i had read that when i preordered the book.

Overall i would say its pretty good. Not really a necessary listen but i don't regret picking it up. I am deducting stars for character and story problems. I fell certain character personalities aren't quite accurate. For instance, Holly short while still quippy and sarcastic seems a bit to suckupish. Just a bit. Even if you are willing to overlook slight character deviations which i normally would i cannot overlook story problems. "Officer Foaly"... maybe i am the one in the wrong right now but i seem to recall Foaly being a consultant not an officer.

There was also that comment from Holly about smoked brisket...Pretty sure Holly is at the minimum vegetarian.

"Commander Root herself"....This was a comment made by Holly, I am quite certain Root was male.

EDIT: I have reduced my star rating further after discovering that this has a different author. If your going to write a story in someone else's universe learn the characters!

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Awful...disney starting to ruin a great series.

This was the worst. such a great series reduced to whatever disney is doing to it in this movie.

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loved it

I Do love this series. narration was excellent and love the accent of Irish from the narrator and love the stories that each character was telling.

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Did the author even read Artemis Fowl?

Okay, clearly he did read the book, but I’m guessing it was once several years ago. Established characters from the world of Artemis Fowl change gender (Commander Julius Root is female), relationship (Juliette is Butler’s niece), and personality (Holly keeps begging Root to not fire her). Details of how the Fairy world works are changed as well. There are a few amusing anecdotes and it is narrated by the incredible Nathaniel Parker, but otherwise this isn’t worth reading if you’re a fan of the Artemis Fowl books.