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обложка книги A Wizard Abroad A Wizard Abroad

To give Nita a vacation from magic, her parents pack her off for a stay with her eccentric aunt in Ireland. But Nita soon finds herself with a host of Irish wizards battling creatures from a nightmare land.

Дуэйн Диана Young Wizards [= Nita & Kit]  
обложка книги A Wizard Alone A Wizard Alone

Kit and Nita join forces once more against the terrible Lone Power on an unusual battleground, as they fight for the heart and mind of a young wizard with the power to save their world…

Initially, Kit finds himself flying solo as Nita has sunk into a deep depression after the events of The Wizard's Dilemma. Luckily, Kit's telepathic pooch, Ponch, is happy to fill Nita's niche temporarily, as long as enough dog biscuits are involved.

Kit's fighting to understand why autistic wizard-in-training Darryl McAllister has been stuck in his wizardly Ordeal for over three months. Is it merely the fault of his autism? Exploring inside Darryl's mind, Kit and Ponch discover complex landscapes of weird beauty that belie Darryl's rocking, vacant exterior. But they also find the Lone Power, attacking Darryl with a relentless brutality that seems to make little sense. What makes Darryl so important — and why can't he escape his Ordeal?

Nita, meanwhile, is distracted from her sorrow by a series of strange dreams in which some mysterious being pleads desperately for her aid. What do the cryptic messages mean? She has to find out quickly — because now Kit, too, has vanished. Can she find him — and if she does, will the two of them be able to come together in time to deal with the Lone Power before It can destroy them?

Duane Diane Young Wizards [= Nita & Kit]  
обложка книги Abarat Abarat

It begins in the most boring place in the world: Chickentown, U.S.A. There lives Candy Quackenbush, her heart bursting for some clue as to what her future might hold. When the answer comes, it's not one she expects. Out of nowhere comes a wave, and Candy, led by a man called John Mischief (whose brothers live on the horns on his head), leaps into the surging waters and is carried away.

Where? To the ABARAT: a vast archipelago where every island is a different hour of the day, from The Great Head that sits in the mysterious twilight waters of Eight in the Evening, to the sunlit wonders of Three in the Afternoon, where dragons roam, to the dark terrors of Gorgossium, the island of Midnight, ruled over by the Prince of Midnight himself, Christopher Carrion.

Candy has a place in this extraordinary world: she is here to help save the Abarat from the dark forces that are stirring at its heart. Forces older than Time itself, and more evil than anything Candy has ever encountered.

Barker Clive Abarat  
обложка книги Abarat Abarat

It begins in the most boring place in the world: Chickentown, U.S.A. There lives Candy Quackenbush, her heart bursting for some clue as to what her future might hold. When the answer comes, it's not one she expects. Out of nowhere comes a wave, and Candy, led by a man called John Mischief (whose brothers live on the horns on his head), leaps into the surging waters and is carried away.

Where? To the ABARAT: a vast archipelago where every island is a different hour of the day, from The Great Head that sits in the mysterious twilight waters of Eight in the Evening, to the sunlit wonders of Three in the Afternoon, where dragons roam, to the dark terrors of Gorgossium, the island of Midnight, ruled over by the Prince of Midnight himself, Christopher Carrion.

Candy has a place in this extraordinary world: she is here to help save the Abarat from the dark forces that are stirring at its heart. Forces older than Time itself, and more evil than anything Candy has ever encountered.

Баркер Клайв Abarat  
обложка книги Alice: The Girl From Earth Alice: The Girl From Earth

Another well known series of Bulychev's stories are young adult stories about Alisa Seleznyova, a young girl from the future. A number of them were made into films, with Guest from the Future ("Гостья из будущего"), based on Bulychev's novel One Hundred Years Ahead ("Сто лет тому вперед"), the most widely known about a girl Alice living in the future. Another famous film was the animated feature The Mystery of the Third Planet (1981), for which Bulychev penned the screenplay. Alice's Birthday is a 2009 animated film based on one of his tales.

Bulychev Kir  
обложка книги ALISE AIZSPOGULIJĀ ALISE AIZSPOGULIJĀ

ALISE AIZSPOGULIJĀ

Luiss Kerols

IZDEVNIECĪBA «LIESMA» RĪGA 1975

No angļu valodas tulkojusi Elfrīda Melnbārde

1805. gadā uzrakstītā grāmata «Alises piedzīvojumi Brī­numzemē» atnesa tās autoram matemātikas pasniedzējam Oksfordā Luisam Kerolam (īstajā vārdā Čārlzam Dodžsonam) nepieredzētu slavu. Grāmata bija veltīta desmit gadus vecajai meitenei Alisei Lidellai — Oksfordas rektora mei­tai. L. Kerola draudzība ar bērniem un it sevišķi ar trinj māsām Lidellām pamudināja matemātiķi pievērsties rakst­niecībai. Satiekoties ar bērniem, L. Kerols stāstija viņiem paša izdomātas pasakas. Pusotra gada pēc «Brīnumzemes» iznākšanas Kerols uzsāka strādāt pie jauna darba, bet tas nevedās viegli, uz laiku to pārtrauca brauciens uz Krie­viju. Un tikai 1871. gada janvārī matemātiķis un rakst­nieks savā dienasgrāmatā atzīmēja, ka pabeidzis «Aizspo- guliju». Ta paša gada nogalē iznāca arī grāmata.

«Alises piedzīvojumi Brīnumzemē» (latviski izdota 1975. gada) un tās turpinājums «Alise Aizspogulijā, un ko viņa tur redzēja», tāpat kā franču rakstnieka Sarla Perro (1628—1708) «Runcis zābakos», dāņu pasaku meistara Hansa Kristiānā Andersena (1805—1875) «Sniega kara­liene», Kārļa Skalbes (1879—1945) «Pasaka par vērdiņu» un vēl citi darbi, ko mazie lasītāji saņēmuši pēdējo gadu laikā, ir literārās jeb autorpasakas. Literārās pasakas raša­nās un attīstība — vai tā būtu angļu, vācu, franču, krievu vai latviešu — saistīta ar attiecīgās tautas folkloru un reālo īstenību, ar attiecīgās tautas dzīvi un tās para­šām. Literārās pasakas attīstība Anglijā sākās 19. gadsimta vidū, kad ang|u valodā tika pārtulkotas brāļu Grimmu (1824) un H. K. Andersena (1846) pasakas. Folklora katrai tautai ir atšķirīga. Kārļa Skalbes pasakās lasītājs neapšau­bāmi samanīs gan latviešu tautas pasaku ietekmi, gan K. Skalbes laika reālās dzīves motīvus, gan «latvisko rak­sturu», kā izteicies Jānis Sudrabkalns. K. Skalbe vielu pasa­kām aizguvis gan no latviešu tautas garamantām, gan izgudrojis pats, gan saskatījis to dzīvē, un, kaut arī K. Skalbes pasakās koki, zvēri, putni apveltīti ar domāša­nas un runas spējām, tāpat kā H. K. Andersena lāpāmā adata vai alvas zaldatiņš, neapstrīdama ir K. Skalbes un H. K. Andersena pasaku atšķirība, jo K. Skalbes pasakas ir tuvas latviskajai priekšstatu pasaulei un paša autora laikam.

Ari L. Kerols savās pasakās izmanto folkloras tradīcijas. Viņa pasaku pasaulē mēs jaušam anglisko raksturu un anglisko priekšstatu pasauli. L. Kerola pasakās mājo dažādi neprāši, kas ir angļu folkloras monopols, dažādi dīvaini radījumi, viņa pasakās mēs sastopam neierobežotu fantāzijas lidojumu, kas veselu gadsimtu bija tikai ang|u īpašums un ko angļi dēvē par nonsensu (nonsense — tulkojumā no­zīmē neprātu, muļķības, niekus, blēņas, bezjēdzību, apla­mību, absurdu). Tā saistībā ar angļu folkloru, angļu tradī­cijām un reālo īstenību Viktorijas laikmeta Anglijā cēlu­šās vispasakainākās pasakas pasaulē, turklāt stāstījums pasniegts caur savdabīgo bērna redzējumu. Amerikāņu autors un zinātnes popularizētājs Martins Gārdners, rakstot par L. Kerola pasakām, atzīmē, ka «Alisē» mēs sastopamies ar ārkārtīgi sarežģītu un savdabīgu nonsensu, kas adresēts ang|u lasītājam, kurš dzīvojis citā gadsimtā… bet dažas no L. Kerola asprātībām bija saprotamas tikai tiem, kas dzīvoja Oksfordā. Tā, lūk, tik pasakainajā L. Kerola pasakā (tāpat kā jebkura rakstnieka dai|radē jebkurā laikmetā) ienāk realitāte. Sajā gadījumā tā ir L. Kerola laika Anglija vai, kā tā pasakā saucas, «Aizspogulija», kurā mītošais Melno Karalis ir tikpat vecs, cik Anglijas karalis Hen­rijs VIII, bet Balto zirdziņa jātniekā mīt Oksfordas mate­mātiķa Čārlza Dodžsona (kurš nemitīgi izgudroja kādu āķīgu matemātikas uzdevumu) jūtīgā dvēsele. Ari šaha spēle brīvā dabā, kas šodien izklausās pēc absurda, rene­sanses laikmetā bija sastopama dzīvē, tolaik šahu spēlēja uz milzīgiem laukumiem un šaha figūru vietā stāvēja dzīvi cilvēki. Iespējams, ka ari karalienes Viktorijas laikmeta dzīve bija līdzīga aprakstītajai šaha spēlei «Aizspogulija» (kaut gan pats autors teicis, ka vēlējies vienīgi izklaidēt un uzjautrināt bērnu) un politisko partiju cīņa tikpat bez­jēdzīga kā Ņurbu|a un Burbu|a divkauja. Ari daudzie L. Kerola dzejo|i, kurus šodien mēs uztveram tulkojumos galvenokārt kā nonsensu, bija adresēti rakstnieka priekšte­čiem vai laikabiedriem. Tādi ir dzejoji par Oliņu Boliņu, Ņurbuli un Burbuli, Lauvu un Vienradzi; ar tiem Luiss Kerols parodē tajā laikā plaši pazīstamu bērnu dzejo|u autorus.

Luisa Kerola pasakās sstopama vēl viena angļu folklorai ļoti raksturīga īpatnība — vārdu spēle, kas stipri apgrū­tina darba tulkošanu, jo angļu vārdu spēles jāpielāgo attie­cīgās tautas valodai.

šodien, vairāk nekā simt gadu pcc pasakas pirmizdcvuma, kad valodu skaits, kurās tā tulkota, sniedzas krietni pāri pussimtam, mainījies arī tās lasītāju kontingents — Alises Lidellas vecuma bērniem pievienojušies ari pieaugušie, to skaita arī matemātiķi un fiziķi. Bērnus saista apburošā meitene Alise un viņas pasakainie piedzīvojumi, pieaugu­šos — Luiss Kerols un viņa domāšana.

Alises tēlā rakstnieks koncentrējis visas pozitīvās īpašī­bas. Abās viņa pasakās mēs sastopamies ar |oti skaidru, gaišu, tīru meitenes tēlu (protams, arī vislabākajiem bēr­niem pasaulē mēdz būt kāds trūkums), mēs sastopamies ar meiteni, kas grib visu zināt un izzināt, kas ir ļoti pieklā­jīga (šodien ne sevišķi bieži sastopama īpašība), vienkārša, patstāvīga, uzņēmīga, drošsirdīga, izpalīdzīga, patiesa un galvenais — vienmēr domājoša.

īpaša nozīme pasakā ir ilustrācijām, kuras zīmējis Luisa Kerola laikabiedrs Džons Teniels. Tās ne tikai ilustrē, bet daudzos gadījumos arī skaidro, papildina tekstu. Ar šīm ihistrācijām 1871. gadā Londonā iznāca pasakas pirmizde- vums.

E. Melbarzde

Kerols Luiss  
обложка книги ALISES PIEDZĪVOJUMI BRĪNUMZEMĒ ALISES PIEDZĪVOJUMI BRĪNUMZEMĒ

LUISS KEROLS

ALISES PIEDZĪVOJUMI BRĪNUMZEMĒ

IZDEVNIECĪBA «LIESMA» RĪGA 1975

No angļu valodas tulkojusi Elfrīda Melnbārde

Ilustrējis V. V o ke r s

Vāku un titulu zīmējusi D. Purviņa

©Tulkojums latviešu valoda. «Liesma», 1975

* ALISES UN LUISA KEROLA «BRĪNUMZEME»

Kerols Luiss  
обложка книги Among the Barons Among the Barons

Grade 5-8-In this fourth installment of a series about a society that allows only two children per family, Luke Garner is finally adjusting to his new life at Hendricks School as Lee Grant. While the Grants belong to the highest class of society called the Barons, Luke avoids snobbish affectations and befriends his classmates, who are also illegal thirds. When the real Lee Grant's younger brother arrives at the school, along with his fierce body guard, Luke worries that Smits will expose him to the government. However, Smits has come to enlist Luke's help in discovering how his older brother really died, suspecting that he was murdered. The intrigue and danger grow more acute when both boys are called "home" and Luke discovers that the Grants have plans for him that could turn out to be fatal. As in the previous books, characters who seem honest turn out to be dangerous while others who seem suspicious end up as allies. The climax hints at a further installment. Fans of the series are the most likely audience for this story of Luke's continuing struggle to survive.

©Farida S. Dowler, formerly at Bellevue Regional Library, WA

From Booklist

Gr. 5–8. This exciting fourth installment in the series that began with Among the Hidden (1998) focuses on "shadow child" Luke Garner, a third child in a futuristic society that allows families only two children. Luke, who has gone underground to escape the Population Police, reemerges after 12 years in hiding to assume the identity of Lee Grant, a member of the society's most privileged class, and is sent off to boarding school. The impersonation goes smoothly until Smits, Grant's younger brother, enters the picture. Luckily, Luke, who lives in constant fear that grieving Smits will turn him over to the Population Police, eventually manages to elude the authorities, which leaves open the possibility for more adventures. There is enough background information in the opening chapter to fill in readers new to the series, and series fans of the books won't be disappointed; there's plenty of suspense, and there are lots of thrilling twists and turns. Ed Sullivan

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Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги Among the Betrayed Among the Betrayed

In the third installment of Haddix's series about a futuristic society in which families are forbidden to have more than two children, Nina, a secondary character in Among the Impostors, is falsely accused of treason and imprisoned by the Population Police. Her interrogator gives her an ultimatum: either she can get three other child prisoners, illegal third-borns like Nina, to reveal who harbored them and where they got their fake identification cards, or she will be executed. Nina sees a chance to escape the prison (which seems rather convenient at the time) and, taking the prisoners with her, quickly discovers their street smarts. But when their food supply runs out, Nina seeks the boy she knew as Lee (the series' original protagonist). Haddix expertly describes the impact of Nina's upbringing in hiding (she doesn't know how to swim; the sound of students laughing loudly reminds her of the first time she overheard children playing outside and could not join them). As with the last book, there are dense revelations at the end (including an explanation of Nina's ease in escaping prison), and some of them may test readers' willingness to suspend disbelief. Even so, the author delivers more than enough suspense to keep fans hooked and to intrigue new recruits as well. Ages 9-14.

Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

From School Library Journal

Grade 5-9-Haddix continues her science fiction dystopian tale about illegal third children in this sequel to Among the Hidden (1998) and Among the Imposters (2001, both S & S). Nina is imprisoned by the Population Police for being an illegal child. She is given the opportunity to save herself by spying on the other three children who are in the jail cell with her. Nina finds herself both drawn to them and fearful for her own life. When she has a chance to escape, she decides to take them with her and is surprised at their survival skills as they fend for themselves in the wild. Then, Nina is captured again. This time, though, she has an even harder decision to make-will she put her life in danger in order to save her friends? In a surprising ending, Nina finds that the children she rescued and the man from the Population Police who arrests her the second time are part of a group dedicated to saving third children like herself. While the book could stand alone, it is much more interesting and meaningful when read after the two previous volumes. As a character, Nina is well drawn and believable but it is the agonizing moral decisions that she must make that elevate the book beyond the average tale. Haddix is a superb storyteller and her view of a future world short of food that allows only two children per family is both scary and plausible.

© Janet Hilbun, formerly at Sam Houston Middle School, Garland, TX

Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги Among the Brave Among the Brave

From School Library Journal

Grade 5–8. This fifth book about third-born children who must go into hiding to avoid elimination picks up where Among the Barons (S & S, 2003) ended. The ruthless head of the Population Police has taken over the government, and executions are common. Trey has gone to Mr. Talbot's home seeking help to rescue Luke and his other third-born friends just as the man is taken away in handcuffs. Desperate, he teams up with Luke's older, more reckless brother, Mark, to try to find the others. Mark is caught and Trey enlists in the Population Police, his only hope of freeing him. To escape, the boys make a deal with a resistance member disguised as a guard to rescue a prisoner from another torture camp. The prisoner turns out to be none other than Mr. Talbot, who headed the resistance movement. Mark and Trey are able to rescue their friends, but are unable to help the guard who helped them. The adults are ready to give up but the third-born children vow to keep up the fight. Even though elements of the plot seem timeworn and not all of it is plausible, this book provides a fast and wild ride that will appeal to reluctant readers. Once again, Haddix makes real how hard ordinary and not-so-ordinary actions would be for kids who've spent most of their lives hidden away. Although this installment could be read on its own, this series works best when read in sequence.

— Tina Zubak, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA 

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From Booklist

Gr. 4–7. Like its predecessors in the Shadow Children series, this novel concerns children hidden from society because their families have exceeded the strictly enforced, two-child limit. Trey struggles to survive during a dangerous political shift, as the most repressive faction of the government seizes power. On a personal level, Trey feels intense fear and increasing mistrust as he tries to maneuver in a world where he often cannot tell friend from foe. Haddix writes a compelling story, full of intrigue, danger, and adventure. The level of tension barely lets up, ensuring that "can't-put-it-down" headlong impulse to keep reading. Still, the constant tension gives individual scenes less impact than they might have had in a book with more contrast. Trey makes an interesting, sympathetic protagonist, reflective about his past, convincing in his outlook, and fundamentally alone even among his allies. Carolyn Phelan

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Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги Among the Enemy Among the Enemy

From School Library Journal

Grade 5–7–A continuation of the series in which third-born children must stay in hiding in order to escape certain death at the hands of the Population Police. Many characters return, including Mr. Talbot and Nina, and some of the plot elements of previous books reappear. While there is little character development, the book is fast paced, opening with a raid on the Niedler School that forces Matthias, Percy, and Alia to run for their lives. The two younger children are injured and Matthias inadvertently becomes a member of the Population Police. Issues of trust and loyalty will appeal to readers as will the twists and turns of the action. This book also contains many references to faith in God and the need to believe. The protagonist often finds solace and strength in thinking of the advice given to him by his surrogate father, Samuel, a man of great faith. This one is strictly for fans of the previous books. — Edith Ching, St. Albans School, Mt. St. Alban, Washington, DC 

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From Booklist

Gr. 5–8. Each title in the Shadow Children series reveals a different aspect of a dystopian future in which illegal "third children" are hunted by ruthless Population Police. In the sixth installment, Haddix zooms in on Matthias, the eldest of the three friends Nina allied with in Among the Betrayed(2001). While seeking help for Alia and Percy, both gravely injured during their escape from the latest Population Police raid, Matthias impulsively saves the life of an officer and must then pose as an aspiring recruit. Suddenly Matthias is hailed as a hero and whisked into the heart of police headquarters, where he finds unexpected camaraderie with his former archenemies and must contend with feelings of confusion, guilt, and grief as he uses his position to aid undercover rebels. The top-level authorities' instantaneous embrace of Matthias may bother some readers, but the brisk, efficient pacing facilitated by occasionally abrupt plot turns is precisely what has cemented Haddix's strong following among both avid and reluctant readers. Series fans and newcomers alike will devour this whole. Jennifer Mattson

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Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги Among the Free Among the Free

*"Enough games," the man said, raising the gun yet again. "And enough of the Population Police, I say."

This time he cocked the gun and aimed carefully.*

This is real, Luke thought. This is really going to happen.

"No, don't!" he screamed.

Luke Garner is a third-born in a restrictive society that allows only two children per family. Risking his life, he came out of hiding to fight against the Population Police laws. Now, in the final volume of Margaret Peterson Haddix's suspenseful Shadow Children series, Luke inadvertently sets off a rebellion that results in the overthrow of the government. The people are finally free. But who is in charge now? And will this new freedom be everything they had hoped?

With all of the plot twists and excitement Haddix's fans have come to expect, Among the Freebrings the Shadow Children sequence to a chilling conclusion.

Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги Among the Hidden Among the Hidden

In a future where the Population Police enforce the law limiting a family to only two children, Luke has lived all his twelve years in isolation and fear on his family's farm, until another "third" convinces him that the government is wrong.

Haddix Margaret Peterson  
обложка книги Among the Imposters Among the Imposters

In a future where the law limits a family to only two children, third-born Luke has been in hiding for the entire twelve years of his life, until he enters boarding school under an assumed name and is forced to face his fears.

Haddix Margaret Peterson Shadow Children  
обложка книги ARABELLA-JŪRAS LAUPĪTĀJA MEITA ARABELLA-JŪRAS LAUPĪTĀJA MEITA

ARABELLA-JŪRAS LAUPĪTĀJA MEITA

AINO PERVIKA

Aino Pervik

ARABELLA, MEREROOVLI TCTAR, Tallinn 1982, kirjaslus .Eesti raamat.

No igauņu valodas tulkojis Kārlis Mālbergs Māksliniece Dace Lielā

© Kārlis Mālbergs, tulkojums latviešu valodā, 1994

© Dace Liela, noformējums, 1994

Igauņu rakstnieces Aino Pervikas grāmata stāsta par bēdīgi slaveno «fortūnas džentlmeņu» — jūras pirātu — gaitām. Galvenā varone, nežēlīgā kapteiņa Svina meita, tomēr spēj sveikā izk|ūt no visām briesmām un izvēlas cilvēka cienīgu dzīvi.

PERVIKA AINO  
обложка книги Artemis Fowl Artemis Fowl

Twelve-year-old Artemis is a millionair, a genius and above all, a criminal mastermind. But Artemis doesn't know what he's taken on when he kidnaps a fairy. Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon Unit. These aren't the fairies of the bedtime stories — they're dangerous!

Colfer Eoin Artemis Fowl  
обложка книги Artemis Fowl. The Arctic Incident Artemis Fowl. The Arctic Incident

Artemis is at boarding school on Ireland when he suddenly receives an urgent video e-mail from Russia. In it is plea from his father, who has been kidnapped by Russian Mafiya. As Artemis rushes to his rescue, he is stopped by Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. But this time, instead of battling the fairies, he is going to have to join forces with them if he wants to save one of the few people in the world he loves.

Colfer Eoin Artemis Fowl  
обложка книги Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code

Artemis Fowl is going straight-as soon as he pulls off the most brilliant criminal feat of his career… but his plan goes away, leaving his loyal bodyguard, Butler, mortally injured. Artemis's only hope of saving his friend is to employ fairy magic; so once again he must contact his old rival, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon fairy police. It is going to take a miracle to save Butler, and Artemis's luck may have just run out…

Colfer Eoin Artemis Fowl  
обложка книги Artemis Fowl. The Lost Colony Artemis Fowl. The Lost Colony

Ten thousand years ago, humans and fairies fought a great battle for the magical island of Ireland. When it became clear to the fairy families that they could never win, they decided to move their civilisation underground and keep themselves hidden from the humans. All the fairy families agreed on this, except the eighth family, the demons.

The demons planned to lift their small island out of time until they had regrouped and were ready to wage war on the humans once more. However, the time spell went wrong, and the island of Hybras was catapulted into Limbo, where it has remained for ten thousand years.

Now, the tainted time spell is deteriorating and demons are being sucked back into the present space and time. The Fairy Council are naturally concerned about this and are monitoring any materialisations. When the spell’s deterioration accelerates, the materialisations become unpredictable. Even the fairy scientists cannot figure out where the next demon will pop up.

But someone can. Artemis Fowl, the teenage criminal mastermind, has solved temporal equations that no normal human should be intelligent enough to understand. But Artemis Fowl is no normal human.

So when a confused and frightened demon pops up in a Sicilian theatre, Artemis Fowl is there to meet him. Unfortunately, he is not the only one. A second, mysterious party has also solved the temporal equations, and manages to abduct the demon before Artemis can secure him.

This is a disaster for the fairy People, because this demon was no ordinary fairy. He was the last demon warlock, and as such held the key to the survival of the entire demon race.

It is up to Artemis and his old comrade Captain Holly Short to track down the missing demon and rescue him before the time spell dissolves completely and the lost demon colony returns violently to Earth.

Colfer Eoin Artemis Fowl  
обложка книги Artemis Fowl. The Opal Deception Artemis Fowl. The Opal Deception

Criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl is back… and so is his cunning enemy from Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident, Opal Koboi. At the start of fourth adventure. Artemis has returned to his unlawful ways. He's in Berlin, preparing to steal a famous impressionist painting from a German bank. He has no idea that his old rival, Opal, has escaped from prison by cloning herself. She's left her double behind in jail and, now free, is exacting her revenge on all those who put her there, including Artemis.

Colfer Eoin Artemis Fowl  

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  •  Синтез
     Войтышко Мачей
     Детское, Детская фантастика
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    Повести мы делим на реалистические и нереалистические. Реалистическая повесть рассказывает о событиях и вещах реальных. Нереалистическая повесть — наоборот.

    Если автор не может определиться, он называет свою повесть научно-фантастической.

    Если при этом автор испытывает ещё большую нерешительность, он называет свою повесть приключенческой.

    Если автор продолжает сомневаться, ему не остаётся ничего другого, как озаглавить:

    «Синтез»,

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