Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Paperback Published on: 12/07/2018
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It's not The Martian and that's ok.
For me , that's Artemis biggest flaw. I've read The Martian 4 or 5 times, most of those have been in a day or two. Artemis had a lot to live up and doesn't... READ MORE
Steven  Duffy


The new novel from Andy Weir, the author of the global bestselling novel The Martian which inspired the blockbuster film directed by Ridley Scott.

Ever had a bad day?
Try having one on the moon...

WELCOME TO ARTEMIS. The first city on the moon. Population 2,000. Mostly tourists. Some criminals.

Jazz Bashara is one of the criminals. She lives in a poor area of Artemis and subsidises her work as a porter with smuggling contraband onto the moon. But it's not enough. So when she's offered the chance to make a lot of money she jumps at it.

But though planning a crime in 1/6th gravity may be more fun, it's a lot more dangerous.

A high-octane science space heist, packed with real science, Artemis is a winning vision of life in space that’s already set to be adapted for the big screen. As the Times writes, ‘Weir's great strength, as he showed in The Martian, is to make us believe. His future society living inside massive domes built not far from where Armstrong set foot in 1969 is utterly plausible.’

  • Publisher: Cornerstone
  • ISBN: 9781785030253
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Weight: 218g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 20 mm

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Great fun
I really enjoyed Andy weir's second novel. I liked that it is completely different to the excellent Martian novel being a crime heist on the moon compared ... READ MORE
Book collector
Brilliant Sci Fi
This book was genuinely so good. I know I've heard a lot of negative stuff about it but I honestly thoroughly enjoyed it. I've been on a mad Sci Fi kick an... READ MORE
Chloe Hughes
Science fiction at its best
A heist on the moon, count me in! This book was such a fun read with great characters, hilarious moments and a dash of 'real' science to make it all come a... READ MORE
Somewhat sexist moon caper
If you are looking for a good SF read bypass this book and read Michael Faber's excellent 'The Book of Strange New Things'. I picked up Artemis because I l... READ MORE
Toni Batey
Artemis Why?
I purchased the book Artemis on the basis that it might be as good as the story; Martian. I'll be honest I never read the story I only saw the film. I read... READ MORE
Thoroughly Entertaining
An engaging, enjoyable read. Interesting, somehow-believable science mixes with a storyline which - yes - does require some commitment to suspension of dis... READ MORE
Chained Bear
A good read for sci-fi fans who like a touch of realism
Like so many others, I couldn't quite face my usual pleasures during the early weeks of lockdown ('shielding' in my case) - including reading. This was one... READ MORE
Robert of Canterbury
A case of a female character being written very badly by a male author
I wanted to check out Andy Weir’s work and since The Martian didn’t interest me Artemis was the only other option available. It’s not my normal typical rea... READ MORE
Heather @justgeekingby
Lunar shennanigans
The opportunity for an early read of ARTEMIS was an easy decision considering my love for The Martian. The similarities in context are there in terms of ge... READ MORE
Micky - bookphenomena