About this item
Published by the Penguin Group 2006. Signed 1st edition. Silver finish cloth bound with metallic red symbols to front and spine; there is minor rubbing and marking to the binding, largely to the rear board. Top and fore edges of text block show tanning but pages are clean. No dust jacket. No inscriptions. Ten millennia ago, the fairy people were defeated in a great battle with mankind, forcing them to move underground. Only the 8th family of fairies remained undefeated: the demons. But now one demon has discovered the secrets of the fairy world, and if humans get hold of this information, the fairies are in BIG trouble. Only one person can prevent this disaster - teenage criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl.
- Added value:
- Colfer, Eoin
- Used: very good
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Number of pages:
- Artemis Fowl And The Lost Colony
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