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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Review: Artemis Fowl


Artemis Fowl strikes again but with a wonderful and surprising twist – how will he deal with an opponent who is so personal and close to him?

When the threat is unseen but very real, and very destructive, just where can Artemis turn for help?

Yep, it is time to find out just who your true friends are – even if you won’t believe it.

Eoin Colfer has a fresh approach to danger for his anti-hero in the ninth Artemis Fowl book and is doing a great job of keeping his audience on the edge of their chairs, beds, toes once again.

Same non-stop action and clever twists but against an enemy you won’t believe, with an Artemis who is hard to believe and a sense of humour  that is unbelievable.  

This one will be soaked up by Artemis Fowl fans and a stand alone story as well for those coming to this series for the first time.

Title: Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex
Author: Eoin Colfer
Publisher: Puffin Books, A$22.95RRP
Publication Date: 2 August 2010
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780141328041
For ages: 8-12
Type: Junior Fiction                   

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