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The Bartimaeus Trilogy Book Two: The Golem's Eye by  Jonathan Stroud - Hardcover -   - 2004 - from Grimalkin Books and

The Bartimaeus Trilogy Book Two: The Golem's Eye

by Stroud, Jonathan

Condition: New/New

New York: Miramax Books/Hyperion Books for Children, 2004. This 7th Printing is in Brand New condition, with a Brand New dust jacket. I've placed the dust jacket into an archival Brodart protective sleeve. The book is bound in gray paper-covered boards with a red spine and die-stamped silver spine titles. The Golem's Eye continues all the magic, adventure, and political shenanigans of the first book. Nathaniel, now 14, must again receive the help of the powerful 5000-year-old djinni to quelch a rebellion and deal with an evil golem. The book measures 5 7/8 by 8 5/8 inches and includes 562 pages.. . Hard Cover. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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