Artemis Fowl

Artemis Fowl

The Atlantis Complex

eBook - 2010
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Teenaged criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl must save the underwater fairy metropolis of Atlantis from danger, while battling a psychological affliction known as the Atlantis Complex.
Publisher: New York : Disney/Hyperion Books, [2010]
ISBN: 9781423143222
Branch Call Number: FICTION Col
Description: 1 online resource (200 pages)
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
Alternative Title: Atlantis complex

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Artemis has decided to restore his family fortune by kidnapping a fairy, but Holly Short of the Lower Elements Police isn't exactly Tinkerbell...

Artemis Fowl might be an evil genius, but capturing a fairy is pretty dumb. Especially because fairies are not as nice as some stories would have you believe. They fight back.

Artemis Fowl might be an evil genius, but capturing a fairy is pretty dumb. Especially because fairies are not as nice as some stories would have you believe. They fight back.

Twelve-year-old criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl makes a dangerous decision when he attempts to steal fairy gold.

Twelve-year-old Artemis Fowl is a millionaire, a genius-and, above all, a criminal mastermind. But even Artemis doesn't know what he's taken on when he kidnaps a fairy, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon Unit. These aren't the fairies of bedtime stories; these fairies are armed and dangerous. Ar... Read More »


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jcljessicaj Apr 20, 2020

What a great introduction to a truly intriguing and nefarious character - Artemis Fowl. With just the right amount of fantastic mixed with adventure, I really enjoyed this book. I'm sure the rest of the series is a treat, too.

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hadlock
Mar 13, 2020

Artemis has stolen fairy technology and created a supercomputer in a cube that responds only to his voice. His father has seen the light and decided to no longer be a criminal mastermind. He has asked Artemis to do the same. Artemis, who has successfully run the family's criminal endeavors while his father was in a coma, reluctantly agrees but decides to go out in a blaze of glory, one more big heist. The whole thing goes badly wrong when a Chicago businessman turns the tables on him, steals the cube, and leaves Butler, Artemis' bodyguard and friend, dead. Artemis must ask the fairies for help to save his friend and get back the cube that endangers their society, too.

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TimmyG123
Sep 20, 2019

A completely original and surprisingly deep story, Artemis Fowl follows the title character in his obsession of discovering truths about the world, mainly that there is more to it than we realize. A boy genius with sometimes criminal tendencies and the good fortune to have been born immeasurably wealthy, Artemis also suffers from a complete lack of parental guidance. With a father gone missing, and a mother who's mind is not what it was, Artemis is free(?) to engage in any measures he deems necessary to achieve his goals. If you like action, adventure and unexpected elements of fantasy, you will love this series!

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GreenNinjaGirl
Aug 20, 2019

I LOVE THIS BOOK SERIES!!! I'm super excited to announce that the movie will be coming out in May 29 of 2020!!! It was supposed to come out in August but got postponed cause of legal stuff. In honor of my personal favorite book series I'm rereading the entire series. Also coming out in 2020 is "The Fowl twins" the sequel series. This great series is about a 12 year old boy genius and his devious escapades with the magical world of the fairies. Featuring humor, wit, snippy comments, and evil plots. This series is a must read!! mature 12+

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SugaryPuff
Aug 19, 2019

SOOOO GOOD! I love this book! Amazing! Too bad the movie got postponed. So hyped for the release!

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MotherBurt
Aug 01, 2019

This book is totally awesome!!!!! Read the whole series! Can't wait for the movie, though I can't believe they're making Julius Root a girl. Horrible!!!!

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jul 24, 2019

The book Artemis Fowl by: Eoin(pronounced Owen) Colfer, follows the main character- Artemis Fowl, who is a child prodigy, and discovers the existence of magic and fairies. No, really. That’s what happens. He also kidnaps and ransoms one. I’m not lying. The entire premise of the book seems ridiculous when you explain it the way I do, but it is the only book that I’ve read so far that even tries to take such a ridiculous type of a plot, however, it’s done very well. The book does not sacrifice characters for plot, as the characters themselves are very interesting, each of them having their own unique personalities and quirks, and the book itself works well as both a standalone novel and the first book in the series. The book did seem fairly fast paced, but easily kept up with the pace, introducing more and more characters and ideas into the book, keeping the fast pace of the book going, and the overarching conflict interesting. Overall, the book is very interesting, with a seemingly ridiculous but interesting concept, and fast paced. The characters keep up with the plot, keeping the book well balanced. The main downside to the book is that by the time you reach the end, you wish it was still going. I would recommend this book to anybody who enjoys fantasy or science fiction. 4/5. @Xeno of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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TaylorLMoody
Jul 16, 2019

The story didn't feel as solid this time around for Artemis. I really enjoy the crazy places the stories can go, but this one felt dragged out and the conclusion wasn't as satisfying as the prior books. There was also several typos throughout the book so lazy editing editor. All in all the book felt like the time paradox mentioned in the story, unnecessary and should have been avoided in the first place. I will be reading the next one with hope of improvement!!

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Gcatflann
May 18, 2019

I really enjoyed reading the first book and immediately went out to get the rest of the series from the library. The seventh book, called the Atlantis Complex, is by far my favorite. This series has made my top ten favorite book series list, I recommend it to all bookworms looking for a good time. Other series I would recommend are Keeper of the Lost Cities and Adventurers Wanted.

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midori_hon
Apr 26, 2019

a fun book for oldish children (middle school?) and adults alike. adventure, high tech, fairies...with a tinge of melancholy (arch villains are not beget from happy childhoods spent with warm and loving families)

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GeorginaTheAmazing
Jun 29, 2016

When Artemis kidnaps a fairy, he gets more than he bargained for.

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GeorginaTheAmazing
Jun 29, 2016

Stealing back his C Cube will take everything Artemis has got: including a select few memories.

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GeorginaTheAmazing
Jun 29, 2016

Artemis fowl teams up with the fairy to save one person he truly cares about: his father.

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GeorginaTheAmazing
Jun 29, 2016

To fix a major mistake involving the health of his mother, Artemis must travel back in time to save her. There he must face off against his greatest enemy. Himself.

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GeorginaTheAmazing
Jun 29, 2016

The fairy world needs juvenile genius Artemis Fowl ll more than ever. But can he save them again while still battling his own mind?

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Eghose
Aug 09, 2015

Artemis captures a fairy named holly short and tries to trades her for gold, but things don't go as planned

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Eghose
Aug 09, 2015

Artemis makes a deal with holly short to get back his dad from the artic

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Eghose
Aug 09, 2015

Someone stole artemis's technology and Artemis is trying to get it back

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Eghose
Aug 09, 2015

Artemis goes back in time to get a lemur's brain enzyme that can cure his mom's sickness

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Eghose
Aug 09, 2015

Artemis fowl is growing crazy and paranoid can he pull it togheter in other to save the atlantis

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Love_Legolas_111
Nov 13, 2016

"...deep beneath the layers of deviousness, you have a spark of decency. Perhaps you could blow on that spark occasionally." (Holly to Artemis, in Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident)

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richarddye
May 30, 2014

In love the paradox occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.

bluestar817 Nov 15, 2013

"Stand back human you don't know what you dealing with." - Holly

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burritoofradness
Apr 11, 2013

"Nothing is nothing," commented Artemis cryptically.

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Lokithenightfury
Mar 29, 2013

"I don't even like lollipops."-Artemis

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tonging
Oct 08, 2012

"We're all mad here too,he thought."

52107amb Aug 13, 2012

"I'm the NUT!" Artemis Fowl

52107amb Aug 13, 2012

"If stupidity was a crime you to would be public enemy's number one and two. "Mulch Diggums

52107amb Aug 13, 2012

Lollypop?

NIMRA SHAIKH Jul 16, 2012

"Trust me. I haven't been wrong yet."

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samcoughlan
Nov 26, 2014

Violence: Some fighting good book though

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ElizabethSummer
Apr 05, 2012

Coarse Language: just a little bit of swearing, and some of it is in the language of the fairies.

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ElizabethSummer
Apr 05, 2012

Other: some intense crude humor. Parts of it I don't mind, but others.... it would be way better without that stuff.

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