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Post by MichaelM » Mon 3rd Apr 2006

Jon_Spiro wrote: my favorite is the artemis fowl files because holly tags the commander at the end even tough she has broken about 50 rules

lmao - I laughed so much at that scene! :focl:


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Post by hobboy » Fri 7th Apr 2006

I really remember posting somewhere that my favorite is the second book. Im not exaclty sure where, but I know I did. And I mentioned that I almost have the whole book memorized. Well, almost never won you a bucket of squid a gnommish roulette. :D
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Post by Acrolyte » Fri 7th Apr 2006

I haven't read Artemis Files yet. I really want to though ^_^ My favorite is the first one, I'm not sure why really... But TEC and TAI come at a really close second. Opal was good, but Root's death was sad :(
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Post by Jon_Spiro » Sun 9th Apr 2006

i think t' arctic incedent is the best.i dot know why.it just is :jump: :evil:
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Post by michelle_f33 » Mon 10th Apr 2006

The Artic Incident was really good I liked the story line.

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Post by lemonhead » Fri 14th Apr 2006

I luvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvved :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: the first. I thought it was the best. I thought that book 2 was a bit.............too ummm....emotive but it had its moments.
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Post by Pointzero » Sat 15th Apr 2006

For me, it's a toss up between The Eternity Code and The Opal deception. But, now that I think about it, the first two are just as good. D'arvit, why the heck do we have to decide? ><
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Post by MichaelM » Sat 15th Apr 2006

Pointzero wrote: For me, it's a toss up between The Eternity Code and The Opal deception. But, now that I think about it, the first two are just as good. D'arvit, why the heck do we have to decide? ><

For cruel and unusual punishment ;)
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Post by Pointzero » Sun 16th Apr 2006

-starts crying-
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Post by darvit » Sun 16th Apr 2006

MichaelM wrote:
Pointzero wrote: For me, it's a toss up between The Eternity Code and The Opal deception. But, now that I think about it, the first two are just as good. D'arvit, why the heck do we have to decide? ><

For cruel and unusual punishment ;)

Yeah, it is always a pain to decide which one is your favorite. I mean, parents think it's wrong to have a favorite child.. I guess the same thing goes for a book series' author and readers too. :( But oh, I've decided long ago, and yeah, I'm sticking to that one. :)
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Post by michelle_f33 » Sun 16th Apr 2006

Pointzero wrote: -starts crying-

There There. It'll be alrite *offers tissue*


My parents have a favourite child, tho they dont admit it, it's my stupid sister <_< Whats so good about her anyway??? Just because she finished like in the top three of her class, got into a school for the intellectly gifted and has never been sent out the classroom for swearing or talking back to teacher, has never skipped school or gotten a detention. Damn her. :angry:

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Post by MichaelM » Sun 16th Apr 2006

Pointzero wrote: -starts crying-

Hehe - Its working B)



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Post by Commander Ensec » Thu 27th Apr 2006

Opal Deception. Automatic. :)
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Post by Commander Ensec » Thu 27th Apr 2006

my favorite is the artemis fowl files because holly tags the commander at the end even tough she has broken about 50 rule

That cracked me up.
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Post by michelle_f33 » Sat 29th Apr 2006

MichaelM wrote: Michelle - Aww - Well, we love ya so at least thats something :P ([s]Now, if we ever met your sister, we may like her more [/s] Ahem. ;) )

U better not.... :P

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