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By Jonathan Stroud Laura Martín de Dios | Comments: ( 594 ) | Date: ( Nov 19, 2019 )

Prosiguen las aventuras de Nathaniel en el tercer t tulo de la antolog a de Bartimeus Pobres magos Qu penita dan Ya nadie los respeta ni cree en ellos Pero se lo tienen bien merecido Siempre tan cre dos, siempre tan arrogantes, siempre pidiendo m s y m sMirad si no lo que han hecho conmigo hace doscientos a os era un demonio todopoderoso pero desde que conoc Prosiguen las aventuras de Nathaniel en el tercer t tulo de la antolog a de Bartimeus Pobres magos Qu penita dan Ya nadie los respeta ni cree en ellos Pero se lo tienen bien merecido Siempre tan cre dos, siempre tan arrogantes, siempre pidiendo m s y m sMirad si no lo que han hecho conmigo hace doscientos a os era un demonio todopoderoso pero desde que conoc a Nathaniel todo me ha ido de mal en peor primero me hizo robar el Amuleto de Samarcanda, despu s me las vi con un temible Golem y ahora me pide que descubra d nde se esconde un mago de tres al cuarto Por Satan s, qu bajo he ca do Lo nico que me consuela es que me ha jurado que, despu s de este trabajillo, me dejar descansar

  • Title: La puerta de Ptolomeo
  • Author: Jonathan Stroud Laura Martín de Dios
  • ISBN: 9788484413219
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Jonathan Stroud Laura Martín de Dios

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.

Comments La puerta de Ptolomeo

  • Amanda

    I suppose I asked for it. Stroud did not disappoint. I wanted to see some profound acts of selflessness and boy did I ever. I'll hand it to Stroud, he stayed true to his style the whole way through. No coddling, kiddies. And I say that most pointedly, as I find it difficult to imagine how this series ever made it to the Young Adult shelf--it's merciless, is what I'm saying. Not even a goodbye kiss, and I think that stung most of all.No happy endings, at least, not in the typical way, either. I m [...]

  • Jamie

    Fantastic final book to the Bartimaeus Trilogy. I actually give this a 4.5 stars. In this book, Bartimaeus, Nathaniel (John Mandrake) and Kitty are back. Its three years after the events with the golem from the second book. Nathaniel is now a member of the council and one of the closest magicians to the minister and holds substantial power. Kitty had been working as an assistant to a magician in order to gain knowledge on Bartimaeus and his past. Bartimaeus.well he is much as he has been in the [...]

  • Mike (the Paladin)

    This book is very close to 5 starslet us say it's another of those 4.5 books. I can recommend it and I do, but with a caveat, it is considered to be a youth or YA book. Be sure that your "youth" is mature enough for the book. I will go so far as to add a spoiler below for those who wish to know in more detail what I mean. This is the third in the Bartimaeus Trilogy. They are good books, and deal with in an over all sense attitudes of cooperation and equality. The Magicians are the ruling class h [...]

  • Maria Salinas

    In this fantastic ending to a wonderful trilogy, Jonathan Stroud has managed to do something that I find is rarely done in any series. With Nathaniel, Kitty, and most importantly, Bartimaeus back for another riveting book, deeper conflicts emerge that we didn't fully understand in the previous two books. With secrets from Bartimaeus's past, we get a window peek at The Other Place, and a slowly changing relationship between the three characters, this book is by far the greatest ending to the tril [...]

  • Stephen

    4.5 to 5.0 stars. Having now finished the entire trilogy, I can say that this ranks in my top 5 "All Time" YA fantasy series ever. After loving the first book, The Amulet of Samarkand, I was a little disappointed in the second volume, The Golem's Eye, for reasons set out in my review. Thus I was a little worried about how the final installment would play out. Turns out that each one of my gripes about the second volume were dealt with beautifully in this story. The series ended on an incredibly [...]

  • Sara

    so, I decided to write my review here it possible to give 7 stars for this book? because I really would have, if allowed meanwhile, I read this series right in fasting month where I lay my head in the midnight, read this book and sobbed like crazy when morning came. and I was not exaggerating, because it turned my eyes got very puffy, red, and I didn't mindrst thing about so WELL DEVELOPED characters here:Bartimaeus never ever got me bored with his funny wits, eccentric behavior. he was the kin [...]

  • Mia Prasetya

    Bisa dibilang kesan yang saya dapat setelah membaca bartimaeus trilogy ini tidak sama dengan membaca kisah fantasy biasa. Tanya kenapa?Mungkin karena celetukan Barti yang apa adanya dan bikin ngekek kalo baca sendirian malam-malam in ngangenin. Saya jadi berasa kenal dekat dengan sosok Barti.Atau bisa jadi juga karena membaca ketiga buku ini, saya dapat merasakan pertumbuhan masing-masing karakter plus juga gejolak commoner, penyihir, demon yang kian gelap dan kian menegangkan.Nat, dari seorang [...]

  • David

    The British empire is falling apart, even as its troops are fighting off the rebellion in America. Commoners are starting to protest in the streets of London, as they see the casualty numbers. Meanwhile, the elite magicians cannot put aside their personal ambitions for a moment, to think through how to preserve their country and their empire.Young Nathaniel, a magician who is slipping away from his earlier idealism, writes wartime propaganda for hometown consumption. Idealistic, feisty Kitty Jon [...]

  • Amin

    الان که این چند خط رو مینویسم ساعت 5 صبحه و من تازه کتاب رو تموم کردم.راستش نمیدونم راجع به این کتاب چی بگم.آغاز داستان معمولی بود.ضعف بارتیمیوس برای من که باهاش ارتباط برقرار کرده بودم تلخ بود.روند داستان بد نبود.اواسط کار داستان واقعا اوج گرفت.زمان ظهور شیاطین در بدن های انسان [...]

  • Giovanna

    NO FREAKING WAY. NOS GO HIDE IN A CORNER. "I want to see what you think of the ending"By now I should know that when Lys says that, I'm going to suffer. I mean, I didn't see that coming. At all. And it was a fitting and beautiful ending butbut, my heart is crushed, broken in little pieces! T.TIt's kind of pointless to talk about the plot, because I don't want to spoil the series for anyone. I loved Bartimaeus (Barty :3) and Nathaniel. I've always liked Kitty's character but I've never loved her [...]

  • Hamidreza

    من که معتقدم الان زوده واسه نظر گذاشتن چون تاثیرشو کامل روم نذاشته ولی به دو علت الان ریویو میذارم : 1. ممکنه یادم بره 2. الان تو تب و تاب داستان هستم و همیشه هم غریضه آدم میگه که چه کتابی خوبه کودوم بهتره و ازین حرفا .اخطار ! اخطار ! اسپویل ! اسپویل ! درسته واضح نیست ولی اسپویله . اگه [...]

  • Liz

    I read this series a few years ago, and could never quite put into words how I felt about it. I adored The Amulet of Samarkand and The Golem's Eye, but by the time I got to Ptolemy's Gate.s changed. There I was, reading along all cheerily, thinking "what a great, funny series!" fully expecting a happily ever after. Then I read Ptolemy's Gate. I cried for an hour straight after the last page of this book. An hour straight. Then I took a break, and cried some more. This had never happened to me be [...]

  • Aida

    پایانی غمناک و زیبااولین کتابی که باهاش گریه کردم :")

  • Chie

    I understood the character Mandrake wholly, why he was scared,frightened or arrogant. And towards the end i was so proud that he was becoming such a wonderful person,i even hoped following this Kitty and him could be involved romantically, they had some sparks between them, but then JS had to do the inevitable, he took my beloved (cheesily feels for a character)just as he began living. Tears were in my eyes,I had to stop myself from crying.I knew JS would do something horrible, and had a terribl [...]

  • Nenangs

    Amazing book. Not Perfect, but amazing nonethelessThe transformations of the characters, the plot, the storytelling, the battles, the culmination, the ends, they're just great!In average, the trilogy got 4 stars from me.

  • Glassshadow

    First of all, don't be fooled by the "Young Adult Fiction" label.I think anyone who enjoys a good read should give this trilogy a try. Yes, I even recommend it to those who don't normally read fantasies. This books is the final installment in the Bartimaeus trilogy, and arguably the most unique and satisfying conclusion I've ever read in any story. I find most fantasy heroes to be generic and predictable, for they are "destined" to fulfill an important role. They are depicted as brave, determine [...]

  • Amanda

    Its taken me almost two years to read this trilogy and honestly the only thing keeping me going was the fact that a friend recommended these to me and I couldn't not read them That being said I am glad I stuck with it! (Switching to the audio halfway through book two also really helped, Steven Pacey does a great job!)Nathaniel's a twat and its nice for a change that characters don't easily and miraculously change, once a twat always a twat! And Bartimaeus, I am going to miss him. Was never reall [...]

  • Lemar

    Hearing this beautifully written novel by Jonathan Stroud read by Simon Jones is a delight, its considerable literary content expertly leavened with laugh out loud humor and dazzling prose. I liked this series! Listening to an audiobook is still new to me but, having heard the previous two, I looked forward to saving this one for a series of long drives.

  • Mary Grace Nakao

    This is by far, the best book ive read the whole year and possibly one of the best in my entire life. If I could make a top ten list of my favorite books, this is definitely one of the top five or three. Doesn't really matter cuz its THAT great.Even up until now, I could still feel the tightness in my chest and the shallowness of my breath. I havent felt like this about a book for almost a year.Let me start from the very beginning. The book started out okay. It wasn't really gripping enough but [...]

  • Negar

    کتاب سوم خب بعضی وقت ها اعصاب خوردکن و حتی خسته کننده می شد، ولی لیاقت این پنج رو داشت :)ناتانیل عالی بود. عاشق ناتانیل این جلدم، چون حتی اوایلش که نسبتاً آدم بده بود، خوب ساخته و پرداخته شده بود. آخراش هم هر وقت کیتی و بارتیمیوس ناتانیل صداش می کردن ذوق می کردم :-"آخرش، ولی ناتانی [...]

  • Shravanthi

    Now that is what I call a Grand Finalé. The third and final book in The Bartimaeus Sequence was amazing. The writing and plot picked up from book 2 (The Golem's Eye. Review >> Here). The story arcs of every character in the novel were dealt with meticulous perfection and as a reader I am completely satisfied. Bartimaeus has a beautiful and painful back story which I loved reading about. It was a long time coming. I waited 3 books for this! It justifies his nature as a considerate (tad bit [...]

  • Ayman Teaman

    **Summary**Rating: 5.0An epic finale of an extremely fun, emotionally-charged, humor-packed tale that intertwined three great characters you cannot help but love.This book is by far one of the best finals of any trilogy I have ever read so far.Why did I pick this book?This time, it is not only Bartimaeus that made me read the final book in the series. I wanted to know more about the rest of the characters; I wanted to know what will happen between Nathaniel and Kitty, and ultimately I needed to [...]

  • Weni

    Buku ini adalah penutup trilogi petualangan penyihir muda Nathaniel dan jin level keempat berusia 5000 tahun yang berlidah tajam dan super narsis bernama Bartimaeus. Sejak buku pertama, Barty (dan catatan kakinya) selalu membuat saya tertawa :DTerjawab sudah siapa penyihir keempat yang membantu Lovelace memanggil demon hebat Ramuthra di buku pertama.Tersingkap sudah siapa 'si penyandang dana' yang memberitahu Kitty dkk cara2 untuk membongkar makam sang legenda, Gladstone, di buku kedua.Terkuak s [...]

  • Giota

    I’m hardly ever moved by books (I’m a bit cynical), butPtolemy's Gate made me tear up, which is an indication of how much I connected with the characters and Nathaniel in particular. I know Bartimaeus is the protagonist but I was rooting for Nathaniel from the start. Nathaniel is a good example of a tragic hero.The plot was quite predictable but it was beautifully executed. We got a lot of Bartimaeus’ backstory, especially his time with Ptolemy.The ending, though quite unfair, left the doo [...]

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    Ptolemy's Gate (Bartimaeus, #3), Jonathan Stroud, C2005Characters: Bartimaeus, Kathleen "Kitty" Jones, Nathanielعنوان: «دروازه ی پتولمی»؛ اثر: «جاناتان استرود»؛ برگردان: «محمد قصاع»؛ نشر: «تهران، افق، ۱۳۹۱، در 760 ص، فروست: رمان نوجوان؛ ۸9، رمانهای سه‌گانه‌ی بارتیمیوس‏؛ 3، شابک: 9789643697525؛ موضوع: داستان‌های کودکان انگلیسی -- قر [...]

  • Kimberley doruyter

    sooo verrrry borrreddd.

  • Ewelina

    actual rating: 4.5i will need a very, very long moment to get over this

  • Jeraviz

    Esta saga si la lees con 13 años flipas en colores. Pero cuando se te pasa ese tren y la intentas leer más tarde, ese flipamiento en colores se convierte en un ligero alzamiento de cejas de vez en cuando.Ojo, Stroud escribe muy bien, entretenido, irónico, con pulso narrativo (qué bien suena eso). Y aquí hace uno de los mejores finales de saga infantil que he leído nunca. Así que la única pega que le pongo es no haberla leído cuando me tocaba. Si tenéis hijos, nietos o sobrinos que toda [...]

  • Kenya (ReviewsMayVary)

    What the holy fudgey hell was that ending, Jonathan!!? I should have expected it but I did not. I hope I remember this feeling of outrage if I ever review this book. This is my second romp into the fantasy worlds of Jonathan Stroud. In this trilogy, he creates a world of magicians in which magic is really being wielded, not by magicians themselves, by jinn and other spirits that are enslaved servants of magicians. I've been looking for a book in which the protagonist was on "the wrong side" and [...]

  • Jaemi

    First and foremost, if you haven't read the first two books of this trilogy (The Amulet of Samarkand, The Golem's Eye), I wouldn't start with this one. Without all the back-story there's a lot to miss. That being said, I think this might have been the best of the three.We're back in London, after the downfall of the Lovelace affair, and Nathaniel/Jonathan Mandrake, is now Information Minister. The Commoners are growing restless, the war in America is going poorly, and Bartimaeus has been kept in [...]

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