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El amuleto de Samarkanda / The Amulet of Samarkand
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Jacob Karmiol I’m going to guess that you meant Bartimaeus, if so, the answer is yes.
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The underlying themes are also very …more I don’t think they are similar at all. Ask and answer questions about books! Looking for beautiful books? Harry Potter fanatics, how do the Bartimaeus books compare?
Regalo Libro. El Amuleto de Samarkanda. J. Stroud
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Does this book get the deeper meaning across to the reader? So I’d consider this book really funny the footnotes …more It has a lot of sarcasm and the main character likes being witty, overly honest and talkative.
Leonie It has a lot of sarcasm and the main character likes being witty, overly honest and talkative. Other books in this series. Load 4 samarkqnda questions. Description The first volume in the Bartimaeus Trilogy is a fantasy appealing to older teens and adults that centers on the relationship between Nathaniel, a magician’s apprentice, and the djinni who summons up and commands to steal the Amulet of Samarkand from the powerful magician Simon Lovelace, leading both apprentice and djinni into a terrifying flood of magical intrigue, murder, and rebellion.