Half Moon and Supernaturalist

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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by Nautilus » Tue 15th Jan 2008

ohoh i hae to say i really like the supernatulists but that other 1 is gud not half moon de other one wats it called...ummmmm.....WISHLIST!!! thats gud i like that. yeah u all shud read it!

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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by 017350 » Wed 30th Jan 2008

I thought that "The Supernaturalist" better because:

It just is!
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by 2bAgen. » Sat 2nd Feb 2008

017350 wrote:I thought that "The Supernaturalist" better because:

It just is!

Great explanation!
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by MaeveCrowArtemis1 » Sat 9th Feb 2008

Can you exlpain why it is better and can you explain why you agree with him!?
I haven't read HMI yet but soon I will.I liked the Supernaturalist though.It was interesting book,with good character development and good story!
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by Bang Your Drum » Wed 27th Feb 2008

Just read Half Moon. . . The laugue and phrasing was cute ( and i might say Waaaay cooler Encyclopedia Brown ;)). But the guys motive was way to predictable. (The Walkie Talkie thing cracked me up though :D ) But Alsas the story is missing a certain someone. . .Ditto :D :razz: :lol:
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by Allan's Aokage » Thu 28th Feb 2008

Supernaturalist, but that's probably because I love Stefan so much <3

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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by Visorak16 » Sat 29th Aug 2009

I would vote for the Supernaturalist. I just think that it was cooler. I liked Half Moon though. I wish he had made more of those books, but I am glad that he went back to Artemis Fowl.
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by BoboParadizo » Fri 24th Jun 2011

I think Supernaturist, cuz I havn't read Half Moon yet. But Half Moon seems a little boring...

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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by ashyartemispotozuko » Sat 23rd Jul 2011

the supernaturalist. Half-moon was amazing too, i dont even know why i say the supernaturalist... i just do. i'm not sure...
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by ArtemisFowlfan96 » Sun 31st Jul 2011

I actually liked Half Moon Investigations. I got through it faster than The Supernaturalist, and I also loved the wording. I still really like The Supernaturalist and can't wait for the sequel, but HMI just really struck my fancy. It was hilarious and I love a good mystery!
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by world is quiet here » Mon 19th Mar 2012

I vote Supernaturlist....And also does anyone know when the second Supernaturlist is coming out? because at the end of the first one they say something about going to the North/South pole?
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by AFrules12 » Wed 4th Apr 2012

I liked Half Moon because it is funny, and I kinda knew the places it was set in. Supernaturalist was good, but I didn't really like it. I found Stefen dying a bit depressing, and I didn't think it was the best ending. Also I didn't like the way the future was.
Both books were good, but nowhere near as good as AF. I would say HMI is better than the Supernaturalist, though.
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by BoboParadizo » Tue 8th May 2012

I got Half Moon, and they were BOTH amazing. Like seriously, I can't even compare the two. They're different from each other too, somehow. :D

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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by Skyswallow » Sun 10th Jun 2012

Half Moon, because no-one gets killed and it's relitively realistic. They are both good though, I hope he makes a sequel for them both!!! :razz:
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Re: Half Moon and Supernaturalist

Post by world is quiet here » Sun 10th Jun 2012

Skyswallow wrote:Half Moon, because no-one gets killed and it's relitively realistic.
How can you say Supernaturlist isn't realistic? I don't think anyone has the knowledge to know whether Supernaturlist is or isn't realistic.. Because it's in the future.. And, I would say that Eoin did the effects of global warming quite well.
And about nobody dying in HMI, it'd a different type of book and, only one person, Stefan dies who's really important..

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