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Artemis Fowl en het Atlantis Complex

(Artemis Fowl #7)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  54,115 ratings  ·  2,078 reviews
Het zevende deel van de wereldwijde bestsellerserie Artemis Fowl heeft een groep elfen verzameld in IJsland om daar een plan te presenteren dat de opwarming van de aarde moet stoppen. Maar Artemis is zichzelf niet. Hij gedraagt zich vreemd, anders...

Volgens de elfen lijdt hij aan het Atlantiscomplex: waanvoorstellingen en dwangmatig neurotische stoornissen als gevolg van z
Paperback, 344 pages
Published January 2011 by van Goor (first published July 20th 2010)
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(A-) 82% | Very Good
Notes: Killing time before the final book, it's an excuse to bring the team all together and facilitate comedy and camaraderie.
Ahmad Sharabiani
Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex = Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex (Artemis Fowl, #7), Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex is the seventh book in the Artemis Fowl series. It was published on 20 July 2010.

It was followed by Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian, which was confirmed to be the final book in the Artemis Fowl series.

The story follows Turnball Root, the criminal brother of Julius Root, breaking out of jail and sending probes to destroy his enemies, including Artemis, his
Jan 06, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After a hideously long stretch without a new Artemis book, Atlantis Complex decides to throw at us....

Psychological disorders!

Giant squids!

Interspecies love! (Aaaw.)

Killer blobs of gel! (Yaay!)

...and much, much more. Colfer's wit is as sharp as ever, the confusing technological banter is utterly welcome, and our characters are back just the way we like 'em. Of course, though, such is not the case with Artemis...

It's nice to know that our current villain is not whom I was expecting, and also tha
Ahmed  Ejaz
Whattt!! I was reading the whole previous 6 get this type of character arc! Really, Mr. Colfer??!

Well this book was TOTALLY an opposite book than its previous books. Artemis isn't the same. My criminally-good has captured in Atlantis Complex. What could you think of Atlantis Complex? It isn't the place. It is the disease Artemis is suffering from because of a reason. The disease has made him innocent. Not the boy I loved from the beginning of the first page of the series.

Oh my God!!
Arun Divakar
Jul 01, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
There was an undeniable freshness to Artemis Fowl and this freshness was what endeared this series to me. The same could be said of Rick Riordan's mashup of YA & Greek Myth but for some inexplicable reason, my interest in the Percy Jackson series was not sustained. Even then, Artemis Fowl remained a series that I was totally engrossed in. It is not usual to come across a criminal mastermind who is but a young boy dressed as if going to a funeral ! I have noticed those traces of freshness disappe ...more
This was a bit of a mixed bag for me. I love Artemis Fowl. Don't get me wrong. He was still quite humorous in this one, and I still enjoyed all the secondary characters' ingenuity and determination. I think it was going to be a tough thing for Colfer to portray mental illness in a good way with the cast of characters that he's working with, and I was right to a point. The characters treated the illness as a joke when Artemis was clearly suffering which didn't sit too well with me. I may just be ...more
Dean Ryan Martin
Done reading THE ATLANTIS COMPLEX - Book 7 in Artemis Fowl Octalogy. Overall, it is a fun and great read so I am giving it a 5 of 5 stars. The story stands unique too. This is the first time that Artemis Fowl develops a serious mental illness. He is obsessing with orderliness, his level of paranoia is high and he is having a dual personality occasionally. Atlantis Complex is the diagnosis, based on Fairy's Wicca-pedia.

Yet, no one stops the boy genius when he wants it. He and his other five frie
Chris Horsefield
Jan 05, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have enjoyed the Artemis Fowl series but this is a disappointing addition to the series. Artemis, ridden by guilt, has devised a system to combat global warming but in fact is in great danger from the Atlantis Complex - a multiple personality and OCD syndrome that is endangering his sanity when his fairy friends need his deviousness most.

The book itself acknowledges that it doesn't follow the usual pattern so don't expect any resolution. Consequently, it's surprisingly long considering this. U
Kimberley doruyter
it seems artemis has lost his mind
and a giant squid is involved

Another fun adventure, where Artemis has this time his own mind to fight. In all, enjoyable, but not as much as previous stories. Probably my least favourite in the series.
Aug 02, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: srzbznz
A week ago, I'd think it's impossible for me to not like an AF book. Having just surfaced from this and the last book, I'm sorry to say that this is the weakest link in the entire series. And a very weak link it is.

The story starts out full of action - but none of it feels like the edge of the seat action found in previous books. In fact, it all feels like we're just hashing out routine. An explosion here, a crisis there. I find myself skipping whole paragraphs and then going back to read them o
Sara Rastakhiz
Jul 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
as always: AMAZING!!!!
Aug 16, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Actually this book really made me sad. I thought they would finally bring back the original cunning Artemis Fowl that made me fall in love with the series. But now that I've read this book my hopes of having a good Artemis Fowl book again are gone. I also thought adding Juliet back was extremely stupid. No one (myself) wanted to know what happened to her. Oh and Orion made me want to close the book and put in the pile of "I will never finish, waste of my money" books. The way Colfer decided to p ...more
4 stars
Each time Artemis, Butler, Holly, Mulch and Foaly get together it's always party-time, lol. I love the gang and was happy Number one got a small part too. Did miss Doodah though! Also interesting to see Artemis "in a new way". Looking forward to the final instalment to see how that will develop.
I don't know if I'm supposed to be excited or not that I'm almost done with this series. It's also a bit weird how I just stopped at book 6 last time as well. Not sure why I ghosted Artemis... but I do plan to see how this series is going to end. I'm prepared - bring in on.

The Atlantis Complex is the seventh installment of the Artemis Fowl Series. Just like the previous book, it was okay. Not necessarily my favorite but it was an interesting take on Artemis. Especially when it comes to his alter
Sep 03, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I was horribly disappointed with this book. Artemis Fowl has been one of my favorite series since middle school and I have always loved Colfer's voice and humor. But this book fell flat for me, it really did. First of all I didn't like how Artemis was either unconcious, insane, or was replaced by Orion (gag), for the entire novel. I know that this is purely personal opinion, but it really did ruin the book for me. Also, the plot was weak; I wasn't expecting this to happen at all. Colfer always h ...more
Nov 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Artemis' opposite personality is amazingly funny, and the fact that both must share their only body is going to become a real challenge for their friends.
I can't wait to see the Films they are making.
Alex Murphy
Aug 11, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's about time Colfer came out with another Fowl book!

Although the book was great I have to express my utter disappointment with the new jacket design. While the art is nice, you can't change an established title convention on book SEVEN of a series that is hitherto unchanged. It drives me crazy to see six books with the same font and template with one non-conforming book at the end. NOT okay, Hyperion.

Beyond my OCD, the book is great. Artemis's complex makes for a great new character addition.
May 04, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy-series
This was by far my least favorite Artemis book in the series. I don't know if I've just hit some sort of weird cosmic rut, but at least five of the books I've read this year which are parts of ongoing series have featured the main series protagonist being absent or fundamentally altered for a significant portion of the book. This one has Artemis experience a dissociative break very early on which lasts almost the length of the book. Much of the humor that the series is known for was absent as Co ...more
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Oct 01, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fun the second time around, too. But you need to be familiar with the characters, and What Has Gone BeFoul Playfore, as Mr. Colfer does not give you much time to think!

SRC 2018 SUM Task 30.?, where I needed two homonyms in the title, subtitle or series. Using Artemis Fowl series and Janet Evanovich's short little Foul Play.
Adibah Atiqa (persephtiyareads)
That was a fun ride

Nicole Dust

This might sound bad, but this is the book that ruined my life. XD

In a good way! (I think.)

I’ll try to explain why I love this book so much.

For the first six books of the series, we meet Artemis Fowl. Genius. Criminal mastermind. Teenager. We see bits and pieces of his humanity as the series goes along, although usually the plot returns to saving the world.

We always see Artemis Fowl as this invincible person - at least in the mind, anyways.

But this book just throws all that out the window
Sep 09, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I'm always up for a good mind-stimulating read, which is something I've always been able to depend on Colfer for. His books always kept me thinking, and his endings always got me to re-read his books again and again to try to catch every significant detail I might have missed hinting to the intricate twists and turns he weaves. I’ve grown to love the young yet enduringly intelligent Artemis Fowl; to have had to tolerate (and eventually I would go so far as to use the word ‘suffer’) through an en ...more
Aug 25, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's something definitely lacking in this book. Oh, it's still witty, it still made me laugh in the most delightful ways, and it's still got heart among all the action and explosions. There's nothing I love more than a reformed brilliant criminal mastermind (this is my favorite trope actually) and watching Artemis try to become good and swallowed with guilt and not disappoint his mother anymore was heartbreaking.

And the ever-subtle love story! If it's true that the next book is going to be t
lemon ((why are these the things that i'm feeling?))
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Aug 17, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: owned
Oh so bad. Definitely the worst in the series
Mandy Jo

This week’s headline? "Love and magic."

Why this book? to read finale

Which book format? from the library

Primary reading environment? bedtime at home

Any preconceived notions? it's Artemis Fowl

Identify most with? "LEP ninja training."

Three little words? "Follow those bubbles."

Goes well with? "Mmm, horse. Tasty."

Recommend this to? "dolphins, little ones"

I'm a bit too old for these books, so the character of Mulch Diggums doesn't thrill me as much as he does the little kids, but there was one scene
Mar 09, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: artemis-fowl
(A-) 89% | AGES 13+ | Not one of the best but still very funny. I loved the concept of this book. Orion was 70% not-enjoyable just because of how out of character Artemis was. But it was funny to see Artemis struggling on the inside. It’s nice to see Artemis still has a conscious and feels guilt about mistakes from his past. He might actually be a really good person deep down inside...eH! Who am I kidding? On to the last book!
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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 and mother, who were both educators.

He received his degree from Dublin University and began teaching primary school in Wexford. He has lived and worked all over the world, including Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Italy. After the publication of the A

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“Can we please focus? We are supposed to be professionals." Holly said.

"Not me!" said Orion cheerily, "I'm just a Teenager with hormones running wild and may I say, young fairy lady, they're running wild in your direction.”
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