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This is the second one of the Bartimaeus trilogy, after The Amulet Of Samarkand.

 

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I enjoyed this book more than its predecessor, mostly because Stroud made an effort to make his main character, Nathaniel, more likeable. Still not loveable, mind you, just more likeable than he was in the previous book. Bartimaeus, the djinni, is a hoot.

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I've not read these, but wouldn't the thread be more at home in the CYA forum - they are very much written for the lower secondary school age audience.

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