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The Golem's Eye Free download â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ê ❰Read❯ ➮ The Golem's Eye Author Jonathan Stroud – Buku kedua seri trilogy BartimaeusKarier Nathaniel di pemerintahan terus meroket Tapi kelompok pemberontak Resistance terus melakukan pengrusakan di London PekerjaBuku kedua seri trilogy BartimaeusKarier Nathaniel di pemerintahan terus meroket Tapi kelompok pemberontak Resistance terus melakukan pengrusakan di London Pekerjaa. Reviewed by K Osborn Sullivan for TeensReadToocomHe's rude He's surly He won't hesitate to tell you when your haircut looks stupid And in over 5000 years he's seen some bad haircuts I'm talking about my favorite djinni Bartimaeus back in book two of his young adult fantasy trilogy THE GOLEM'S EYE is an excellent seuel to the first book in the series THE AMULET OF SAMARKAND In the first book we meet Bartimaeus an ancient creature of enormous power that can best be described as a type of demon Unfortunately he and all of his kind hate the word demon He classifies himself as a djinni so we'll just go with that for the purposes of this review Why annoy anyone who can shoot magical firebolts at you right Anyway Bartimaeus and other creatures like him are summoned by human magicians to do their bidding Needless to say this forced servitude or slavery is not popular with the servants so they do their best to turn the tables on their human masters whenever possible Enter Nathaniel a boy who is in training to become a powerful magician In book one of the series he summons Bartimaeus from the netherworld and an involuntary partnership begins In THE GOLEM'S EYE young Nathaniel again finds himself in need of the djinni's aid so he again turns to reluctant Bartimaeus This time a revolutionary group is blowing things up in London which may or may not be related to a series of unusual occurrences that have the police stumped Nathaniel feels that his career would take off if he can solve these crimes But the stakes are high because he knows that his career and possibly his life are in jeopardy if he fails A key part of THE GOLEM'S EYE storyline centers on the activities of a London resistance group that is fighting to overthrow the magicians' government Nathaniel's inability to track down these criminals is part of the reason he needs Bartimaeus's help Of course the djinni has little interest in helping magicians maintain their dominance After all they're the ones who continually force him and his kind into servitude This conflict of interest makes for some entertaining scenes and conversations If you have not read THE AMULET OF SAMARKAND I strongly recommend you pick that one up before diving into THE GOLEM'S EYE Technically you don't have to read the first one but there is an awful lot of background you will miss if you don't Plus it's really fun Normally I find myself disappointed in seuels Somehow they never seem to live up the expectations established by the original But in this case I was pleasantly surprised This book is full of excitement political intrigue and humor Bartimaeus is back with all of his cheeky comments and there are plenty of thrills to go around Overall a great book

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N dan nyawa Nathaniel jadi terancam bukan hanya akibat aksi Kitty dan teman temannya tapi juga karena suatu kekuatan yang tak dikenal serta membingungkanNathaniel p. This hilarious novel is the second in the Bartimaeus Trilogy The story picks up where the first book in the trilogy The Amulet of Samarkand leaves off Most of the story takes place in London where the government is made up of magicians These magicians are all power hungry calculating feckless craven jealous and self serving to the n'th degreeThe 14 year old Nathaniel is an up and coming magician in charge of security operations in the department of internal affairs He is blamed for incompetence with regards to two threats; the resistance a secret society blamed for stealing magical artifacts and a golem who is trouncing across London causing major havoc Nathaniel's personality has changed since the first novel he is now power hungry and his ethics have taken a bit of a dive becoming like those of the average magician Nathaniel does his best to unearth those to blame for these threats mostly relying on his captive slave the 5000 year old jinni BartimaeusBartimaeus is a lovable character saucy sardonic witty brave fatalistic and street smart His cheeky comments do not endear himself to his master but they make for hilarious dialog He is sagacious and ever mindful of his limits and the limitations of the magicians Kitty is a teen aged key player in the resistance She is naive but persistent resilient and somewhat resistant to magic Her high ethical standards as with most of the others in the resistance are in sharp opposition to everyone else Bartimaeus almost takes a liking to her for her refreshing honesty courage and individualismNow I didn't read this book I listened to the audiobook narrated by Simon Jones I must say that Jones is a fantastic reader His British accents are wonderful his reading of the crazy skeleton demon is out of this world and all of the characters come out clearly as individuals My recommendation is do not read this book listen to it

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The Golem's EyeUn terpaksa melakukan misi berbahaya ke kota musuh Praha dan harus memanggil lagi jin menjengkelkan The Golem's eBook #10003 misterius dan berlidah tajam Bartimaeus. 35 stars Bartimaeus is a great character and this is a fast fun read That said I didn't like this installment as much as the first book in the series The Amulet of Samarkand which I thought was fantastic My reasons are 1 I thought Nathaniel aka John Mandrake was pretty annoying much of the time and sometimes downright unlikeable; 2 I didn't think the author expanded enough on the mythology underlying the story ie the magic system the histories and powers of the various classes of demons which I think is very interesting; and 3 I didn't think the scope of the plot was as big or engaging as in the first novel Criticism aside the story is well written and Bartimaeus when he is on page is a ton of fun I will certainly read the last book in the trilogy and hope that it resembles book 1 than book 2 Winner Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for YA Novel Nominee Locus Award for YA Fantasy Novel