Artemis fowl 7. La hora de la verdad
Publish date: May 30th 2011
Publisher: Random House Mondadori
Pages no: 382
Edition language: Spanish
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
Series: Artemis Fowl (#7)
This book is different from the others, and a bit weird, but I really really enjoyed this. I think it might be my favourite so far.
Artemis is growing up, and his story is getting darker. Like [a:Lemony Snicket|36746|Lemony Snicket|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1199734355p2/36746.jpg], Colfer never shied away from grown-up feelings and situations when called for, but Atlantis Complex brings in some new ones. And does it well...
(I have mixed feelings about this book so the review will take a while - assuming I don't just skip reviewing it)Some quick thoughts: it has a more solid plot than its predecessor, although it is arguably more of a filler. The depiction of Artemis's mental illness is disrespectful at times (even tho...
Wow was Orion a pain in the butt! He was annoying but at the same time I quite enjoyed the new layer it brought to the story. And I thought Artemis might go crazy sooner or later. As always, Colfer's writing was witty, entertaining and funny. After reading almost the whole series (one to go!) in les...
Artemis goes bat crazy, some stupid fairy tries to kill everyone and we get preached at some more. I think my only problem with this book is that the Vogons didn't come and destroy it when they had the chance. Seriously though, I felt like Colfer lost his way with this book and just threw things...
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