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The Golem's Eye

2 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Jonathan Stroud

Due to the success of his first campaign involving theAmulet of Samarkand, Nathaniel, now fourteen, has been appointed the youngest representative ever to the Office of Internal Affairs, and has been devising traps to capture members of the Resistance--a … see full wiki

Author: Jonathan Stroud
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
2 reviews about The Golem's Eye
review by . December 17, 2010
Having successfully thwarted Simon Lovelace's ill-fated conspiracy in "The Amulet of Samarkand", Nathaniel is "adopted" by Jessica Whitwell, Security Minister in Britain's dark and oppressive government by magic and begins life anew in "The Golem's Eye". Recognized as an up and coming hotshot young magician, Nathaniel (known only as John Mandrake to his colleagues) is appointed the youngest ever Assistant to the Head of Internal Affairs and charged with …
review by . December 18, 2005
The demon--excuse me--djinn, Bartimaeus once again steals the show in this second book of Jonathan Stroud's Bartimaeus Trilogy. My favorite scene is in the British Museum where a mysterious monster is smashing his way through the ancient Egyptian antiquities and Bartimaeus clobbers it over the head with the Rosetta Stone.    This is one of the sharpest new fantasy trilogies that I've read since Cecilia Dart-Thornton's 'Ill-made Mute' series, and it seems to get better as it speeds …
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