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By Jonathan Stroud

Offering an exhilarating new voice in kid's literature-a witty, gripping event tale that includes a boy and his not-so-tame djinni. Nathaniel is a tender magician's apprentice, taking his first classes within the arts of magic. but if a devious hotshot wizard named Simon Lovelace ruthlessly humiliates Nathaniel in entrance of every body he is familiar with, Nathaniel makes a decision to kick up his schooling a number of notches and express Lovelace who is boss. With revenge on his brain, he masters one of many hardest spells of all: summoning the omnipotent djinni, Bartimaeus. yet summoning Bartimaeus and controlling him are various things totally, and whilst Nathaniel sends the djinni out to thieve the strong Amulet of Samarkand, Nathaniel unearths himself stuck up in a whirlwind of magical espionage, homicide, blackmail, and insurrection. Set in a modern day London spiced with magicians and mayhem, this remarkable, humorous, pitch-perfect mystery will dazzle the myriad fanatics of Artemis poultry and the His darkish fabrics trilogy. And with the rights bought in additional than a dozen international locations, and an enormous movie within the works, the Bartimaeus trilogy is at the quickly tune to turning into a vintage.

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I've been to Azerbaijan. " "Demons of fire. The second most powerful form of spirit. The fiery element is very strong in the mountains of Azerbaijan. That's where the Zoroastrian faith began too; they venerate the divine fire found in all living things. " "Did you see a djinni when you were there, Mrs. " "You don't need to go to Baku to find a djinni, Nathaniel—and don't speak with your mouth full. You're spraying crumbs all over my tablecloth. " 36 "An afrit. Not for a long time, if you know what's good for you.

Good. Latin tag too, eh? Very good. Completely wrong, but good nevertheless. It isn't a rat at all. " Nathaniel did as he was told. The spectacles felt cold and heavy on his nose. He peered through the filmy pebble-glass, taking a moment or two to focus. When the bottle swam into view, he gasped. The rat was gone. In its place was a small blackand-red creature with a spongy face, beetle's wings, and a concertina-shaped underside. The creature's eyes were open and bore an aggrieved expression.

The alleyway was silent. Alone in the foulness, the fox lay low. 31 8 Nathaniel Arthur Underwood was a middle-ranking magician who worked for the Ministry of Internal Affairs. A solitary man, of a somewhat cantankerous nature, he lived with his wife, Martha, in a tall Georgian house in Highgate. Mr. Underwood had never had an apprentice, and nor did he want one. He was quite happy working on his own. But he knew that sooner or later, like all other magicians, he would have to take his turn and accept a child into his house.

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