THE OPAL DECEPTION Artemis Fowl Book 04 Eoin Colfer After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl had his mind. After his last run-in with the fairies, Artemis Fowl had his mind wiped watched by his cunning old rival, Opal Koboi the evil pixie has spent the last year in a. Artemis Fowl · THE ARCTIC Incident · The Eternity Code · The Opal Deception · The Lost Colony · The Time Paradox · The Atlantis Complex · The Last Gaurdian .
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The Lost Colony , it is centred on the brilliant pixie Opal Koboi 's second try at rebellion after her first attempt was a failure and Artemis Fowl II and his fairy comrades' efforts to stop her. Critical reception was mixed, with some reviews praising the book but others pointing out confusion and poor writing.
Artemis Fowl is not seen in the book as much as Opal Koboi. The book begins with the pixie Opal Koboi faking a coma inside a hospital to avoid incarceration by the Lower Elements Police LEP after her failed rebellion and attempt of world domination which took place in Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident.
Koboi then kills Commander Root by using a 30 centimeter metal box packed with explosive gel and covered in stealth ore framing Captain Holly Short as the murderer by blocking the LEP camera and changing the video to Holly shooting her commander , and launches a bio-bomb at Artemis Fowl , which fails to kill him and his bodyguard Domovoi Butler because Butler jumps from the three-story hotel with Artemis.
Artemis Fowl was mindwiped in the third book of the series, Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code and has no memory of meeting the fairies. This has also caused him to revert to his former self - the one cruel enough to kidnap a fairy. But he has a conscience that he chooses not to listen to. Artemis is rescued from the scene of the bio-bomb attack by Holly. She tells him who she is, in hopes to ignite his memory.
He does not regain his memories of the past adventures but agrees to help her for a fee. They are then recaptured by Koboi and thrown into a troll -infested abandoned fairy theme park known as the "Eleven Wonders of the Human World" containing scale-models not only of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World but also the additions of Abu Simbel , Borobodur , Rapa Nui and the Throne Hall at Persepolis.
After a desperate battle against the troll hordes on a model of the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, they are rescued by former criminal Mulch Diggums and Butler. Holly and Artemis become friends "bonded by trauma" and Artemis says he feels that he doesn't need money to help a friend. Opal then proceeds with her plan to help renowned Italian billionaire environmentalist Giovanni Zito send a probe downward by mesmerising him that she is his pampered adopted daughter Belinda Zito, which, according to Koboi's plan, will cause the humans to find the fairies and start an inter-species war, leading to fairy genocide.
After being rescued, Mulch gives Artemis the disk that had been passed off as a gold medallion, which Butler was given earlier in the book. Artemis views the disk and regains his memories. He is overcome with the guilt of what he had done to the fairies but to Holly the most and for the first time, he apologizes for kidnapping her.
He realises that Holly, Butler, and Mulch were the only friends he had. Together, the four friends take on Opal Koboi, knowing that they are the only ones that know she's escaped.
It becomes a more difficult task with the LEP on their tail, who still thinks Holly is the one who killed the Commander. The new Commander refuses to believe anything, despite the fact that everyone knows Root was like a father to Holly. Afterwards, the story follows the struggle over the probe, which is closing in on the E7 chute.
The probe eventually misses the chute, and Koboi crashes into a woman's vine field.
She uses her last bits of magic to mesmerize the woman that she is Belinda, her child. However, she is frustrated by Commander Root's replacement, Ark Sool , so she resigns and starts a private investigation firm with Mulch Diggums.
It is also apparent that Artemis has had a change of heart, as he anonymously donates the famed painting The Fairy Thief , which he had stolen directly before Koboi's bio-bomb attack, to the Louvre museum. There is a secret code at the bottom of the book, containing a message from Foaly. The message on the cover of the US publication, barely decipherable, reads "Opal wants revenge", it is faintly repeated several times on the sides of the tube.