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Ptolemy's Gate by Jonathan Stroud (Bartimaeus #3)

'Ptolemy's Gate' is the climax of the 'Bartimaeus Trilogy' in which a long-standing conspiracy comes to fruition and Bartimaeus, Nathaniel and Kitty face a final enemy which threatens them all. TITLE: Ptolemy's Gate AUTHOR: Jonathan Stroud with Simon Jones (Narrator) PUBLISHER: Listening Library YEAR: 2005 LENGTH: 501 pages (15 hours 32 minutes) AGE: Young Adult GENRE: Fantasy RECOMMENDED: Highly Queer Rep Summary: No canon queer rep. PTOLEMY'S GATE wraps up the Bartimaeus Trilogy with an examination of the relationship with between magicians and their summoned slaves, with the hope that sometimes one djinni and one human can make different choices.  There have been lingering doubts about who was ultimately behind the magicians' troubles in the first two books, and now these mysteries come to fruition. It answers several questions and wraps up hanging plot threads related to strange actors and mysterious benefactors. There's a new storyline related t

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