Artemis Fowl belongs to Eoin Colfer. Romeo and Juliet, in ballet form, belong to Prokofiev and Kenneth MacMillan.


Artemis had never liked ballet. The music was, in his opinion, inferior: and when it wasn't, the dancing was an unwelcome distraction. He had not been looking forward to the evening at Covent Garden as he took his seat in the dress circle with the glitterati. However his mother had been delighted to receive an invitation to see Acosta and Roja; informing him that they were the Romeo and Juliet of their generation. Yet as he looked at the bodies lying on the stage, doomed by their forbidden love, he found himself close to tears. He had no idea why.