The Eternity Code - Prologue Summary & Analysis

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Prologue Summary

"The Eternity Code" by Eoin Coiffer is the third book in the Artemis Fowl series. After Jon Spiro steals the C Cube, a super computer built by Artemis Fowl using fairy technology, the fairies must help Artemis retrieve it, lest Spiro learn the secrets of their existence. "The Eternity Code" is an entertaining account of the criminal ventures of a thirteen-year-old genius.

In an excerpt from Artemis Fowl's diary, disk 2 (encrypted), Artemis explains that his business enterprises have thrived without parental influence for the past two years. He has sold the pyramids, forged and auctioned "Lost Diaries of Leonardo da Vinci", and even separated the fairy people from a large portion of their gold. Sadly, his freedom to plot is nearly at an end; his father is still unconscious at a hospital in Helsinki where he is recovering from a two-year imprisonment by...

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