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The Ring of Solomon

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Contributor(s) Jonathan Stroud
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Books are not just informative, but they also help us release stress. They engage you into an everlasting chain of introspections and thoughts that help you grow as an individual. A well written book will always, successfully involve you in the story, such that you evolve out to be a better person, with more refined thoughts and improved perceptions about the subject.

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The Ring of Solomon is a dream novel, a prequel to the Bartimaeus set of three, composed by Jonathan Stroud. It was initially distributed in 2010 and is situated in a dream variant of antiquated Jerusalem. The story opens in Jerusalem with the djinni Bartimaeus right now in the administration of one of the seventeen High Magicians of King Solomon of Israel, whom the lord guidelines with the utilisation of a forceful Ring. Ezekiel orders Bartimaeus to recover a mystical curio from the antiquated city of Eridu. Bartimaeus succeeds, and after that traps the performer into telling him to utilise the curio against him. It sends a spurt of water at him, thumping him from his defensive round. Bartimaeus eats up the old man and by the conjurer's demise is discharged and comes back to the Other Place. The lord, after learning of Bartimaeus' homicide of Ezekiel, is offended that a negligible djinni is the culprit. To make Bartimaeus pay for his activities he charges Khaba, an Egyptian and an alternate of the seventeen, to summon Bartimaeus go into his administration and rebuff him. The lord likewise proposes to the monarch of Sheba and is cannot. The scene movements to the Sheban capital of Marib where Balkis, the previously stated ruler, gets a message from a savage marid probably in Solomon's administration: either pay a payment of 40 sacks of frankincense or be obliterated, and provides for her two weeks to pay. Balkis chooses to send her reliable gatekeeper skipper Asmira to Jerusalem to kill Solomon. Back in Jerusalem, now in Khaba's administration, Bartimaeus is charged to perform numerous debasing occupations, including grain tallying, sewage treatment, and artichoke gathering. An alternate upsetting component is that one of his kindred slaves is his old opponent Faquarl. Khaba amasses the eight djinn under his order and educates them that they have been authorised to construct Solomon's Temple on the Temple Mount and that they are to manufacture it without utilising any enchantment at all.

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Jonathan Anthony Stroud (conceived 27 October 1970) is a British essayist of imagination fiction, primarily for kids and youthful adults. Born in 1970 in Bedford, England, Stroud started to compose stories at an extremely adolescent age. He experienced childhood in St Albans where he appreciated perusing books, drawing pictures, and composing stories. Between the ages seven and nine he was regularly sick, so he used the greater part of his days in the clinic or in his couch at home. To escape fatigue, he would possess himself with books and stories. After he finished his investigations of English writing at the University of York, he worked in London as an editorial manager for the Walker Books store. Amid the 1990s, he began distributed his works and immediately picked up achievement.

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Features: The Ring of Solomon

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date August 4, 2011
Publisher RHUK
Contributor(s) Jonathan Stroud
Binding Paperback
Page Count 448
ISBN 10 0552562955
ISBN 13 9780552562959
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 11 cm x 2.8 cm x 17.8 cm
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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     thrilling adventure 27 December, 2013 On
    Bartimaeus is back in a new (old) adventure!

    My Thoughts:
    I adore the original Bartimeaus Trilogy and was very excited to see a new book in the series. This is a prequel so besides Bartimaeus himself, the settings and characters are all new. Simon Jones is back as the narrator, and he is one of the best. Overall this story was fun and gave me a much needed dose of Bartimaeus' wit. I will admit that the original series is a bit better, because of it's more intricate plot, and because it is longer, but I truly enjoyed this book and I hope we get more stories featuring our favorite Djinni.
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