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  • ...illustrated superbly in this graphic novel. The colours are delicious - rich yet real, bright yet not busy, with realistic shading and other changes of tone.
    The whole artwork is superlative, with characters - human, magical or otherwise - simply and well defined.
    That and a whole lot more suggest this book is a faithful adaptation, cherishing the original and only making it more vivid.
    With the look of this tome the standout, this is the best preteen-read-to-graphic-novel book I've yet seen, making it better than the Alex Rider, Charlie Higson young Bond, and even our co-adaptor's Artemis Fowl tie-ins. It's a lengthy book, for it doesn't appear wordy yet contains a satisfying amount of bulk. It reads fine, and looks splendid, and I have no problem recommending it.

    The Bookbag
  • The art work that is done by Lee Sullivan and Colour by Nicholas Chapuis is just wonderful. Its bright and colourful and really is easy on the eyes... Overall, a great fun read that will make you want to go out and buy the orginal books. And a huge thumbs up for a very happy four year boy who is totally in love with this graphic novel. 4/5

    Love Fantasy scif fi novels blog
  • an electrifying tale

    Lancashire Evening Post
  • ...Bartimaeus' most famous adventure has been brought to stunning graphic life in this beautiful adaptation... This book is 144 pages of pure fantasy gold... It is great to see the story come to life through the wonderful illustrations and colourful layout.

  • ...a faithful and well-considered take on the near 10-year-old tale...
    ...atmospheric visuals...
    ...artwork is beautiful throughout...
    9/10 - A charming fantasy romp

    Jonathan Wilkins,

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