La porta di Tolomeo
Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 503
Edition language: Italian
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Bartimaeus (#3)
Well, I loved it so much that I had to run the child to the library as soon as it was done on the excuse of returning her library books, but really, so I could check out the next one. Bartimaeus is fabulously snarky, but this one really takes the time to explore how this alternate world England wo...
Three years have passed since the magician Nathaniel helped prevent a cataclysmic attack on London. Now an important member of the British government, he grapples with numerous problems: foreign wars are going badly, Britain’s enemies are mounting attacks close to London, and rebellion is growing am...
Quite a stunning ending for that one—and most appropriate, considering the parallels drawn previously throughout the book.
Ptolemy's Gate by Jonathan Stroud (?)
I was so worried that the ending to this trilogy would not match the calibre of the first two books... The ending is fantastic. It ties the series together and gives Nate much-needed redemption. I don't want to say any more than that because I am wiping away my tears and basking in the glow of havin...
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