The Amulet of Samarkand ePUB Ù The Amulet Epub /

Nathaniel is a boy magician in training sold to the government by his birth parents at the age of five and sent to live as an apprentice to a master Powerful magicians rule Britain and its empire and Nathaniel is told his is the ultimate sacrifice for a noble destiny If leaving his parents and erasing his past life isn't tough enough Nathaniel's master Arthur Underwood is a cold condescending and cruel middle ranking magician in the Ministry of Internal Affairs The boy's only saving grace is the master's wife Martha Underwood who shows him genuine affection that he rewards with fierce devotion Nathaniel gets along tolerably well over the years in the Underwood household until the summer before his eleventh birthday Everything changes when he is publicly humiliated by the ruthless magician Simon Lovelace and betrayed by his cowardly master who does not defend himNathaniel vows revenge In a Faustian fever he devours magical texts and hones his magic skills all the while trying to appear subservient to his master When he musters the strength to summon the 5000 year old djinni Bartimaeus to avenge Lovelace by stealing the powerful Amulet of Samarkand the boy magician plunges into a situation dangerous and deadly than anything he could ever imagine


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    B 72% | More than Satisfactory Notes An interesting premise and humorous to boot but the story's flat characters aren't very deep and the ending's weak