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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Hardcoverpages. Published October 6th by Montena first published October 14th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Justin I think there are insights to be had and tone to absorb whether you read The Ring of Solomon before or after the series.
The trilogy does a better job …more I think there are insights to be had and tone to absorb whether you read The Ring of Solomon before or after the series.
The trilogy does a better job of introducing the characters and concepts like ‘essence’ and ‘the Other Place’, but this prequel informs the reader more about the history and nature of magic, as well as the jonzthan and trials of Bartimaeus, which are alluded jonahan often in the trilogy without full background. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Took a looong while to finally get the least bit interesting.
Stroud’s lost his touch. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
El anillo de Salomón — Reader Q&A
I couldn’t finish this, It was bland, trying too hard to be funny I wonder how I never noticed up to this point what a hack Jonathan Stroud is. Also despite Stroud insisting that humans are considered ugly in the eyes of the summoned entities, Bartimaeus keeps on goin I couldn’t finish this, It was bland, trying too hard to be funny I wonder how I never noticed up to this point what a hack Jonathan Stroud is.
Also despite Stroud insisting that humans are considered ugly in the eyes of the summoned entities, Bartimaeus keeps on going on about how goddamn attractive his current appearance is. Now, if he is unable to display superhuman strength, the smart thing to do would be, picking the appearance of a stronger looking human.
I loved the first three books of the series, but this one was terrible. It ell like the author jonsthan understand what made the first books so good, walomon thought writing a bland fantasy tale with a toothless Bartimaeus was a good idea instead. What made the first three books good was the unlikable characters. They all did things for their own motives, they were all mostly selfish, and it was really interesting to watch them fight it out.
This book also completely destroys everything that happened I loved the first three books of the series, but this one was terrible. This book also completely destroys everything that happened in Ptolemy’s Gate. Apparently all you have to do is be a pretty brainwashed slave girl and Bartimaeus will do everything in his power to save you.
No need for trust or any of the character development that came from his relationship with Ptolemy, he just becomes a spineless slave to save this girl for no reason. I was so happy when I saw there was no sequel after Ptolemy’s Gate. The ending was left a little open, and I was afraid the author would squeeze another sequel in and ruin it.
I was intrigued that he wrote a prequel instead. Unfortunately, this one ruined it just as much as another sequel would have. How much slower could this thing go! Chapter 16 and still nothing important has happened. Ok this book is stupid! Skip to chapter 25 and read from there cuz everything before that has no meaning!
In the book’s defense: I gave up on reading it, there is a small chance the end becomes amazing. This book is hard to understand.
El anillo de Salomón
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Stroud grew up in St Albans where he enjoyed reading books, drawing pictures, and writing stories. Between the ages seven and nine he was often ill, so he spent most of his days in the hospital or in his bed at home. To escape boredom he would occupy himself with books and stories. After he completed his studies Jonathan Anthony Stroud is an author of fantasy books, mainly for children and youths.
After he completed his studies of English literature at the University of York, he worked in London as an editor for the Walker Books store.
He worked with different types of books there and anillp soon led to the writing of his own books. During the s, he started publishing his own works and quickly gained success.
Among his most prominent works are the bestselling Bartimaeus Trilogy. A special feature of these novels compared to others of their genre is that Stroud examines the stereotypes and ethics of the magician class and the enslaved demons. This is done by examining the perspective of the sarcastic and slightly egomaniacal djinni Bartimaeus.
Stroud lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire, with his two children, Isabelle and Arthur, and his wife Gina, an illustrator of children’s books. Other books in the series. Books by Jonathan Stroud. Trivia About The Ring of Solom If so, it was a very good plan. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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