Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex (Anglais) Relié – 20 juillet 2010
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Folklore, fantasy and high-tech wizardry... Hugely entertaining (Observer )
Engagingly vivid, exciting and witty (The Telegraph )
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After sending Butler off on a bogus mission, he meets the new commander, Foaly, and Holly Short to explain his latest idea in Iceland. Just before he demonstrates the new technology, a large space vehicle appears. It's one of Foaly's more brilliant designs, but now it's under someone else's control, and that someone is using it for deadly purposes. As they attempt to escape the area, Artemis is hit and undergoes a personality switch.
Holly must hold everything and everyone together while trying to escape the situation and uncover the meaning behind their attack. Unfortunately, she could really use Artemis's crafty criminal skills, but for now she must deal with Orion. Can Artemis fight through the Atlantis Complex (a disease enabled by the combination of guilt and fairy magic) in time to help save the people he loves - and his mind?
I love Artemis Fowl. He's such an evil genius but also a great character to root for. Right now, he's struggling with his past actions and feels tempted to turn to the good side. I'm not sure how I feel about that, but it's interesting to watch the struggle. I love the sidekicks of this book. I love the relationship between Butler and his sister and their crazy athletic ability to kick butt anytime, anywhere. I love Holly Short - she's feisty and sarcastic, always breaking the rules, and she has a good heart.
I really can't wait to see what will happen next.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel
Still, a good story. But lets hope Eoin Colfer is brewing something really new... or not: Artemis was 12 and a kid-genius in the 1st book in 2001. It was fun. 10 years and seven books latter, he is 16, on the brink of manhood... maybe the time has come to let him live his life!
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Moving on to the book, it's nowhere as good as the previous titles in the series. The reason I fell in love with Artemis Fowl (I'm in college, haha) is the first book, and the love bloomed through the second and third books. The fourth book, the Opal Deception, is my favorite book in the series, and I also really like the Lost Colony (book 5). But there was something to that book as well that disappointed me. Book 6, The Time Paradox I liked even less. The happy, witty spark that initial AF titles had is seemingly lacking in B6 and of course in The Atlantis Complex... I understand the direction Colfer is attempting to take with his newest books, leading up to the last and final one that's releasing soon, but if you ask me, its not the same series I fell in love with.
The odd spark is there, infrequently. But if I overlook my nostalgia for the old AF books, this is a very detailed and thought out book, although a little bland and boring at times, but offers fresh takes on a mixture of things in the series. If you are a fan of the series, needless to say you need to read this to see what happens next, but don't expect too much! You might end up liking it much more than I, a guy yearning for the AF of the past, ever will.