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Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex Award-winning

by Eoin Colfer (author)

Suitable for 9 - 18 years

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Artemis Fowl has long used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the world’s most devious criminal activity. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis gathers an elite group of fairies to present his latest scheme: a way to save the planet from global warming. But something is terribly wrong. Artemis Fowl has become nice! Dabbling with fairy magic has damaged his mind and destroyed his ruthless streak. Which is deadly bad news, because right now he needs it more than ever. The subterranean city of Atlantis is under attack from vicious robots, and nice Artemis cannot fight them. The fairies and the whole human race need nasty Artemis back – before the robots destroy their city, and every form of life on earth!

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Date published

April 7th, 2011

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 6.2; Middle years; 12.0 points

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  • 336 pages



Eoin Colfer

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Eoin Colfer (pronounced Owen) was born in Wexford on the South-East coast of Ireland in 1965, where he and his four brothers were brought up by his father (an elementary school teacher, historian, and artist of note) and mother (a drama teacher). He first developed an interest in writing in primary school with gripping Viking stories inspired by history he was learning in school at the time!

After leaving school he got his degree from Dublin University and qualified as a primary school teacher, returning to work in Wexford. He married in 1991 and he and his wife spent about 4 years between 1992 and 1996 working in Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Italy. His first book, Benny and Omar, was published in 1998, based on his experiences in Tunisia. A sequel followed in 1999, followed by some other books. Then in 2001 the first Artemis Fowl book was published and he was able to resign from teaching and concentrate fully on writing.

Children are guaranteed a treasure-trove of riches from Ireland’s top storyteller. From the hi-tech fantasy of Artemis Fowl to his brilliant action thrillers like The Supernaturalist, Eoin’s books are brimming with action, invention and laughs! Less confident readers can chuckle over the easy-read adventures of naughty brothers Will and Marty, while those who love fairies and fighting are in for a treat with six unstoppable bestsellers from the hit Artemis Fowl series.

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  1. Hayley 113303

    on 9 March 2014

    this book is great and has a lot of mystery to it

  2. 39c logo fullcolor 113549

    on 7 March 2014

    Another great book in the Artemis series. I found Orion; Artemis’s other personality quite funny.

  3. Avatar owl 761790

    on 6 March 2014

    I think orion is a really good character

  4. Default avatar

    on 6 March 2013

    Artemis is now even more powerful than before now he can shoot a gun and he loves Holly and starts wooing her!

    5out of 5
  5. Avatar owl 761790

    on 5 March 2013

    its a good book

  6. Bellasara 113282

    on 27 February 2011

    Normally i love books like this but when i opened and turned the pages i just felt exhausted with it all. i tried to read it several times but failed to get past the first 20 pages without struggling to enjoy it. reading is for entertainment and it didnt entertain me.

    2out of 5