Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old criminal mastermind. With this hit series coming to Disney+ there’s never been a better time to dive into his nefarious world. Read the book, watch the movie then see how you stack up with this masterful quiz.
1 - What is Mrs. Fowl’s first name?
2 - What do the residents of the underground call the humans who live on the land above?
- Land Dwellers
- Despoilers of the Earth
3 - Where is the Fowl manor located?
- Outside of Budapest
- Outside of Dublin
- Outside of Edinburgh
- Outside of Paris
4 - What language does Gnommish resemble?
5 - What is Root’s first name?
6 - Holly is the grand-daughter of which mythological being?
7 - What is the name of the commander of the Fairy police?
8 - In Artemis Fowl book1, how old is Artemis?
9 - Which country in Artemis Fowl from?
10 - Where did Artemis Fowl’s father disappear to in book 1?
- The Bay of Kola
- Area 51
- The Bermuda Triangle
Answers: 1 – c) Angeline, 2 – d) Mud-People, 3 – b) Outside of Dublin, 4 – d) Egyptian, 5 – b) Julius, 6 – c) Cupid, 7 – a) Root, 8 – c) 12, 9 – b) Ireland, 10 – b) The Bay of Kola
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