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After the dramatic events of The Creeping Shadow, the Lockwood team (plus Quill Kipps) deserve some well-earned rest. So naturally they break into the Fittes Mausoleum, on a perilous mission to discover the truth about London’s top ghost-hunting agency, and its sinister leader. What they discover will change everything. But there’s little time to ponder. A near-miss at a haunted fairground is only the start – as the Fittes agency closes in on the team, an epic struggle commences. With the help of some unexpected, and rather ghostly, allies, Lockwood & Co must battle their greatest enemy yet, as they move ever closer to the moment when the earth-shattering secret of ‘the problem’ will finally be revealed. Jonathan Stroud once again delivers a rousing adventure full of danger, laughs, twists, and frights. The revelations will send readers back to Book 1 to start the series all over again.

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Jonathan Stroud ) Country: Great Britain Born: 1970 Official site of the Bartimaeus trilogy: bartimaeustrilogy.com Russian site of Jonathan Stroud: www.straud.ru Awards and awards: Mythopoeic Awards, 2006 (Mythopoeic Award for a work for children and adolescents): Bartimaeus Trilogy / Bartimaeus Trilogy World of Fantasy, Results 2006 / Best Children`s Book: Ptolemy`s Gate (2005) Biography: Let`s start with the fact that Jonathan Stroud is real. He was really born in the small English town of Bedford, moved with his family to St.

Albans, where he still lives quietly and peacefully. How he knows so much about demons, jinn, Afrit, elementals and other magical creatures remains unknown. Some say that a library of magic books was hidden in the basement of his first house, and when the house was being demolished, Jonathan found a couple of tomes on the ruins ..

or a couple of dozen folimants ..

In general, people, of course, lie, but without something this...

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Jonathan Stroud (eng. Jonathan Stroud ) Country: Great Britain Born: 1970 Official site of the Bartimaeus trilogy: bartimaeustrilogy.com Russian site of Jonathan Stroud: www.straud.ru Awards and awards: Mythopoeic Awards, 2006 (Mythopoeic Award for a work for children and adolescents): Bartimaeus Trilogy / Bartimaeus Trilogy World of Fantasy, Results 2006 / Best Children`s Book: Ptolemy`s Gate (2005) Biography: Let`s start with the fact that Jonathan Stroud is real. He was really born in the small English town of Bedford, moved with his family to St. Albans, where he still lives quietly and peacefully. How he knows so much about demons, jinn, Afrit, elementals and other magical creatures remains unknown. Some say that a library of magic books was hidden in the basement of his first house, and when the house was being demolished, Jonathan found a couple of tomes on the ruins .. or a couple of dozen folimants .. In general, people, of course, lie, but without something this obviously did not work out. A lot of time has passed since then, the boy grew up, graduated from York University. From childhood I brought out two main things: the feeling of the presence of a miracle in our world and the dream of writing a book that would be interesting to read myself. After graduating from University, he pursued a publishing and writing career in the Game and Popular Literature department at Walker Books. He has written several play and educational books for children published by Walker, such as The Lost Treasure of Captain Blood: How the Infamous Spammes Escaped the Jaws of Death And Won a Vast And Glorious Fortune (1996) and The Viking Saga of Harri Bristlebeard: A Heroic Puzzle Adventure (1997). Then Jonathan Stroud moved to Kingfisher Publications, where he worked as an editor of children`s non-fiction literature and for some time combined this work with a writing career, until he decided to pursue only creativity.In May 1999, Stroud`s debut novel, Buried Fire "), written for children. Elements of fantasy and mythology against the background of modern life make this book interesting for children, teenagers and older readers. about a simple English family, about to break up, which suddenly encounters dark magic. Jonathan`s second fantasy adventure book, The Leap, was released in January 2001 in the new Definitions series. Jumping Over the Barrier explores the devastation of grief and the temptation and danger that comes with creating a world within the world: “Charlie is devastated after a tragic accident at the abandoned Mill Dam with her best friend Max. Refusing to believe Max is dead, she embarks on an exhilarating journey through her dreams. Soon the invented world becomes more important to her, and fantasy and real life begin to merge, causing strange events in the everyday world. " In 2003, a completely new novel by Stroud called "The Amulet of Samarkand" was released - the first part of the fantasy "Bartimaeus Trilogy". It was this novel that brought the writer fame. The Golem`s Eye is the second book in the Bartimaeus Trilogy. The novel was released in Europe in 2004. It was published in Russian for the first time in 2005 by the Eksmo publishing house. "Ptolemy`s Gate" is the third, long-awaited book of the trilogy. It was released in the UK in 2005, and in the fall of 2006 it was published in Russian by the Eksmo publishing house. © straud.ru