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Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis complex / Eoin Colfer.

By: Colfer, Eoin.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Colfer, Eoin. Artemis Fowl: 7.Publisher: Camberwell, Vic. : Puffin, 2010Description: 322 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780141328041 (pbk); 0141328045 (pbk); 9780141328027 (hbk); 0141328029 (hbk).Subject(s): Fowl, Artemis (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Leprechauns -- Juvenile fiction | Personality disorders -- Juvenile fiction | Atlantis (Legendary place) -- Juvenile fiction | Fairies -- Juvenile fiction | Magic -- Juvenile fiction | Children's stories -- Juvenile fiction | Young adult fiction -- Juvenile fiction | Time travel -- Juvenile fiction | Space and time -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Fantasy fiction, juvenile -- Juvenile fiction. | Fantasy fiction. | Children's stories. | Children's fiction.DDC classification: 823.92
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Young Artemis has frequently used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the most devious criminal activity of the new century. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis has gathered the fairies to present his latest idea to save the world from global warming.
Summary: Young Artemis has frequently used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the most devious criminal activity of the new century. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis has gathered the fairies to present his latest idea to save the world from global warming.
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Children's Fiction
Children's Fiction COL 1 Available
Childrens Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Children's Fiction
Children's Fiction COL 2 Available

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ARTEMIS FOWL'S CRIMINAL WAYS HAVE FINALLY GOT THE BETTER OF HIM . . .

Young Artemis has frequently used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the most devious criminal activity of the new century. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis has gathered the fairies to present his latest idea to save the world from global warming. But Artemis is behaving strangely - he seems different. Something terrible has happened to him . . .

Artemis Fowl has become nice.

The fairies diagnose Atlantis Complex - that's obsessive compulsive disorder to you and me - dabbling in magic has damaged his mind. Fairy ally Captain Holly Short doesn't know what to do. Because the subterranean volcanoes are under attack from vicious robots and Artemis cannot fight them. Can Holly get the real Artemis back ­­­before the robot probes destroy every human and life form.

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Young Artemis has frequently used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the most devious criminal activity of the new century. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis has gathered the fairies to present his latest idea to save the world from global warming.

Young Artemis has frequently used high-tech fairy magic to mastermind the most devious criminal activity of the new century. Now, at a conference in Iceland, Artemis has gathered the fairies to present his latest idea to save the world from global warming.

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School Library Journal Review

Gr 4-8-Artemis Fowl is not himself in Eoin Colfer's latest addition (Hyperion, 2010) to his delightful series. He is counting his words and obsessing over the number five-because four, of course, means death. When Artemis sets up a meeting with several representatives from Fairy kind to propose a plan to save the planet, his longtime friends, Holly and Foaly, quickly realize that Artemis is suffering from a mental disorder known as Atlantis Complex, which typically strikes guilt-ridden fairies. Battling obsessive-compulsive behavior, paranoia, and, worst of all, an alternate personality named Orion, Artemis must depend on his cohorts more than ever as they battle a deadly foe determined to escape from fairy prison at all costs. Nathaniel Parker effectively portrays both Artemis and his alternate persona, and ably captures the novel's plentiful humor and its occasional affecting moments. Although a bit of a departure from the typical Artemis episode, listeners will feel like they have gotten to know Artemis a little better and will be rooting for him more than ever.-Deanna Romriell, Salt Lake City Public Library, UT (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.