Reviews by Bookbird
Artemis invents the C Cube, made from stolen fairy technology. It is stolen from him when he attempts to sell it to Jon Spiro, a greedy, evil head of a phone company. The C Cube has the potential to reveal the fairy underworld to someone who will not hesitate to do the fairies harm. I think that the plan was genius (well, Artemis is a genius). I think that people who wants books that have genius characters and magic will love this book.
In this story Artemis has to save his father, and help the fairies prevail against a traitor in the LEP. Mainly help the fairies save Haven.
Anne gets a job as a teacher (again), staying at a place known as Windy Poplars. Part of the story is told in letters. She is trying to make friends as usual, but in a place where the dominate family does not welcome strangers. I had trouble finishing the letters since Anne's talkative (but sweet) nature has her writing a lot. I think this story and series is good for all ages, but especially young adult. I don't think it is very hard to read.
Anne is grown, and she is teaching at a school. Marilla also adopted twins. A boy and a girl. Anne takes care of them. Her thinking is more "mature" at this point, which means she is not thinking her fantasies most of the time.
This book is the last in the Anne series, but there is more on her children. Anne is all grown up at this point, and the story has little stories in it about some of the adventures of her children. She is thinking about Gilbert's love for her, herself, her neighbors, and her children.