Tuesday, August 10, 2010

A review by Rebecca

Artemis Fowl 7: The Atlantis Complex
by Eoin Colfer
Young Adult Fantasy
Available now in hardcover
Review by Rebecca Sklar

Artemis Fowl is up to something. And it's not like his old plans. This time, Artemis Fowl is trying to save the world. But something is wrong with our favorite genius. He is showing signs of OCD, paranoia, multiple personalities, and "professions of love for a certain fiesty LEP officer." Artemis Fowl has developed a fairy disease, Atlantis Complex, just when the world needs him most. This seventh installment of Eoin Colfer's Artemis Fowl brings out a new side of Artemis. Not to mention the hilarious involvment of Holly, Foaly, Juliet, Butler, and of course, Mulch Diggums. This is a must-read book with a definite two thumbs up response for anyone who's itching for a good YA fantasy book. This may be the best Artemis Fowl to date, so don't miss it.

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