Publish date: March 2nd 2011
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Deutsch
, 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...
I think the thing I liked most about this book is Artemis' ongoing descent into craziness. I quite like the character changes of Artemis between the last book and this one; the obsession over numbers was amusing to me and seemed a logical addition to his character (whether because of an illness or n...
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