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The Ring of Solomon
Biographical Information
Author

Jonathan Stroud

Release date

2010

Pages

448

Publisher

Doubleday

Chronology
Succeeded by

The Amulet of Samarkand

The Ring of Solomon is a prequel to The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud. It was first published in 2010.

BlurbEdit

It is 950 B.C.E.. and King Solomon rules Jerusalem with a steely hand; a hand on which gleams a magic ring of immense and unforgiving power. Solomon has just begun work on his marvelous temple, charging Khaba, a formidalbe magician in his royal court, to oversee its construction. The workforce is an ill-behaved bunch of demons, a particularly unruly djinni named Bartimaeus among them. True to form, Bartimaeus promptly gets kicked off the temple project and is assigned the even more miserable task of hunting bandits in the desert. There he crosses paths with Asmira, a highly skilled and loyal captain of the Queen of Sheba's guard, on a suicidal mission to save her country from Solomon's imminent attack. Of course, Bartimaeus has no intention of helping her. that is, until Asmira makes him an offer he cannot refuse...

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