La trilogia di Bartimeus

La trilogia di Bartimeus By Jonathan Stroud Riccardo Cravero, La trilogia di Bartimeus In un unico volume la trilogia completa di un maestro della fantasy mondiale L amuleto di Samarcanda L occhio del Golem e La porta di Tolomeo Ambientato in un universo parallelo al nostro la magia co
  • Title: La trilogia di Bartimeus
  • Author: Jonathan Stroud Riccardo Cravero
  • ISBN: 9788862561389
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • La trilogia di Bartimeus By Jonathan Stroud Riccardo Cravero, In un unico volume la trilogia completa di un maestro della fantasy mondiale L amuleto di Samarcanda, L occhio del Golem e La porta di Tolomeo.Ambientato in un universo parallelo al nostro la magia conosciuta e i maghi reggono il governo delle societ umane.Ecco come comincia il primo libro Sono Bartimeus Sono Sakhr al Jinni, N gorso il Possente, Serpente dalle PiumeIn un unico volume la trilogia completa di un maestro della fantasy mondiale L amuleto di Samarcanda, L occhio del Golem e La porta di Tolomeo.Ambientato in un universo parallelo al nostro la magia conosciuta e i maghi reggono il governo delle societ umane.Ecco come comincia il primo libro Sono Bartimeus Sono Sakhr al Jinni, N gorso il Possente, Serpente dalle Piume d Argento Ho riedificato le mura di Uruk, di Karnak e di Praga Ho parlato con Salomone Ho corso nelle praterie insieme ai padri dei bufali Ho sorvegliato l Antico Zimbabwe fino a quando le pietre caddero e gli sciacalli banchettarono con le sue genti Sono Bartimeus Non riconosco signore alcuno E per questo ora sono io che ti ordino di parlare, ragazzo chi sei tu per convocarmi
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    1. Jonathan Stroud Riccardo Cravero

      Jonathan Anthony Stroud is an author of fantasy books, mainly for children and youths.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 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 this soon led to the writing of his own books During the 1990s, he started publishing his own works and quickly gained success.In May 1999, Stroud published his first children s novel, Buried Fire, which was the first of a line of fantasy mythology children s books.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 The books in this series are The Amulet of Samarkand, The Golem s Eye, and Ptolemy s Gate, his first books to be published in the United States Stroud lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire, with his two children, Isabelle and Arthur, and his wife Gina, an illustrator of children s books.

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    1. DON T READ HARRY POTTER, READ THE BARTIMAEUS TRIOLOGYThe reason I liked this series was what it offered that many other fantasy books leave out The story doesn t operate in a secluded location, disconnected form the rest of the world In the trilogy the wizards are the elite, the rulers, the imperialists who control empire after empire with the help of their slaves, the djinn I like the fact that the story involves the conflicting stories of wizards, djinn, and normal, non magical people The main [...]


    2. If I were to be shallow, I d say The Bartimaeus Trilogy is somewhat like Harry Potter meets Faust If I were honest, I d say that it s not like that at all.Imagine a London where magicians not only form the top crust of society, but are educated specifically to work for the government From lowly paper pusher to the Prime Minister himself all of them are versed in magic which may not be a good thing for the un magical general populace.And then there s Nathaniel His birth parents gave him up to gov [...]


    3. The Bartimaeus Trilogy is possibly one of the best series I have ever read in my short life Honestly Stroud captivates his readers with this remarkable world filled with magic and demons, and then manages to pull the carpet out from under us, teaching us that not everything is as it seems This world set in an alternate universe London speaks volumes about the about class and societal issues and yet has the reader or maybe just me wishing that this world actually existed.The trilogy s two initial [...]



    4. The Best Book Ever.My first encounter with The Amulet of Samarkand was purely coincidental It was just another day for me to went hunting for some books and I pick it up just out of curiosity and I m glad that I did.When all my friends worship Harrypotter, I Adore Bartimaeus much much moarrr Seriously, I think HP is pale compare to Bartimaeus Not just plot wise, as HP somewhat predictable, but also the Character and an originality of the idea Bartimeaus exceed many magic based fantasy novel.I l [...]


    5. Jonathan Stroud descrive come il mondo che conosciamo sarebbe se al potere ci fosse una setta di maghi in un anno imprecisato del ventesimo secolo, Londra governata da potenti stregoni, che comandano i cosiddetti comuni grazie alla presenza di folletti, jinn e altre creature magiche, costrette ad obbedire ai loro ordini dal vincolo della convocazione.L Impero Britannico estende le sue propaggini in tutto il mondo, ma le sue fondamenta si stanno sgretolando pian piano negli angoli pi lontani la r [...]


    6. Davvero frizzante questa lettura I maghi, in una Londra contemporanea, sono i nuovi padroni e leader politici La loro forza per non viene da doti magiche personali innate, bens deriva dalla convocazione di spiriti dall Altro Luogo, obbligati a sottomettersi alla volont del mago e a fare uso della loro magia per gli scopi spesso biechi del mago che li ha convocati.La storia incentrata su Nathaniel, giovane mago apprendista, che, mosso da ambizione e desiderio di vendetta, convoca Bartimeus, spiri [...]


    7. When an 11 year old magician decides to resurrect a ancient demon or djini, as Bartimaeus is called , you know the story is going to be interesting, if nothing else The Bartimaeus Trilogy is set in an alternate universe England that s divided into two kinds of people magicians, and commoners The magicians in the story can t actually do magic all they do is study half their lives and learn how to summon djin, who carry out their orders Our main character well, one of them is Nathaniel, the most d [...]


    8. Ecco l ennesimo fantasy che comincia come una bella storiella per ragazzi e finisce per rivelarsi un contenitore di temi molto, molto pi profondi.Dalla schiavit al libero arbitrio, dalle paure alla fiducia, dal dominio dei potenti alla riscossa dei sottomessi, dall importanza delle proprie scelte al coraggio di attuare cambiamenti Sono tre romanzi meravigliosi dove tutto questo sostenuto da tre grandissimi personaggi il beffardo e ironico Bartimeus, la coraggiosa e implacabile Kitty, il testardo [...]


    9. Magia e humour E che volere di pi Mmm ad esempio.un mondo coerente e ben strutturatoun protagonista esilarante ed originaleuna trama intelligenteun finale coraggioso come pochiuna scrittura che riesce a farti vedere tutto.Tutto questo e anche di pi , in questa trilogia veramente notevole Consigliatissima


    10. Without a doubt, my favorite series of all time Witty, stylistically complex, and intelligent, this series has a fantastic lead and believable side characters I cannot recommend this series .


    11. 06 11 13 10 11 13L AMULETO DI SAMARCANDA Un fantasy fuori dal comune che, se non tanto originale per la trama, lo sicuramente per la comicit , le note anche se un p mi ha infastidito dover interrompere la lettura per leggerle e la figura di Bartimeus mi ha fatto morire dal ridere xD il suo sarcasmo anche nelle situazioni pi disastrose troppo forte Su lui niente da ridire.Mentre per quanto riguarda Nathaniel ho un parere un p controverso cio all inizio mi ha fatto una gran tenerezza, poi non tant [...]


    12. You can t ever really rate books in a trilogy separately, they ought to be considered as a whole I picked this up on a friend s recommendation as a way to pass the time while I was waiting for the last Harry Potter book to come out Loved it the magic and sense of adventure It s basically about a boy who summons a djinn and how they go about saving the world First time I enjoyed reading footnotes, since those voice the eponymous character s thoughts I really enjoyed the ending in the last book Th [...]


    13. I absolutely loved these books The sharp wit of the dijin Bartimaeus and his sardonic footnotes are enough alone to keep you eagerly turning pages and running out to buy the follow up novels This is the only book I ve ever read where the reader is repeatedly insulted in the footnotes by the narrator as well I loved the real heroine of the books Kitty and her fierce, independant spirit Bartimaeus tenuous relationship with Nathaniel was amusing to read but also had added depth as their relationshi [...]


    14. I actually stumbled upon these on a car boot sale, bought them for a mere few pounds That few pounds was some of the best money I ve ever used a real bargain These books are beyond funny, the clever foot notes used at the bottom of the page put a unique style on the books, which Stroud exercies brilliantly Based around supernatural occurances we really gain a strong connection with the characters as we are took into an incredible world of wizarday Definately worth picking up if you ever see them [...]


    15. I love this series so much This first book is not as strong as the other two but it is still very good.If you are looking for a trilogy to add to your top 10 give this one a try The main character is very funny and very likable The charaters get well developed in the series, you become very attached and care about what happens to them The first book was a little on the younger side for me but just a little and the other two I did not find that at all I hope this helps in your decisions on to rea [...]


    16. I started this trilogy while pregnant with my son, and haven t turned back I m still finishing the last book since this is one we read out loud with my husband If you like Harry Potter you you should like this not that its anything like harry potter except there is a young sorcerer This is a well written series from 3 different point of views Bartimaeus being the best talking in very very sarcastic foot notes


    17. I just started these books and am loving them John, or Nathaniel, I can relate to, he knows he is worth such a better role model, and is better than the average bear I really like the airy, whimsical feel the story carries And, absolutely love the footnote, most funny Just finished the thrid book and loved it to the very last page I am sad it had to end, I will miss Bartimaeus.


    18. Incredible Such a surprise Was not expecting it to be so good Now on my top 5 series of all time list Brilliant tackeling of oppression, slavery, servitude, racism, classism, prejudice, priveledge responsibility, freedom, and love And looks at all these issues in very unsual and enlightening perspectives.


    19. Cynical, sarcastic and sardonic and lol hilarious A total 180 degrees from the overly earnest tone of so much of young adult fiction, it is by far the best of the best of the Harry Potterish British witch wizards genre Although, to even mention Harry Potter is a disservice to the absolute originality and invention of the writer.rget I mentioned Potter at all, read this on its own terms.


    20. i have only just read the first one and am impressedi expected something like Harry Potter booksbut it s different kind of magic.wow i cannot wait for the other twoI m going to the library TODAY


    21. Justin and I read this series together, and it was REALLY entertaining I love the use of footnotes to share of the attitude and sarcasm of Bartimaeus In fact, the worst part about this series is that most other stories pale in comparison.


    22. Very entertaining and highly imaginative Funny too I hope someone makes a movie based on these books Not enough movies are made about genies.


    23. Maybe my favourite children s fantasy series that I read with my sons Witty, oh so witty, serious and funny Great footnotes.




    24. Wonderfully creative books Bartimaeus is an irracible character who thinks the world of himself and will surely keep you laughing One of the best things about these books is how we end up inside the heads of the various characters, understanding their motives and the things that shape them We watch them evolve, and you fall in love with several You also get to enjoy the thrill of revenge there ARE a number of deserving characters , and you see the sadness of loss But throughout it, you have this [...]


    25. Amazing For someone who enjoyed Harry Potter this is a must read A darker and profound trilogy with sidesplitting humour cleverly added, courtesy of our favourite upbeat djinn Bartimaeus Beautifully written captivating characters and a story that will have you reflecting on it even after your long done with the books As for the ending, Ptolemy s gate was just brilliant.


    26. YA fantasy Excellent The genie is hilarious, well written Get the audio CD, Simon Jones voicing the genie is fantastic The young boy protagonist is not particularly likable, maybe he improves in books 2 and 3


    27. Intelligente, originale, divertente E va riconosciuto che Stroud uno scrittore sicuro di s per far finire cos una trilogia ci vuole coraggio


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