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Official lyric video for Katy Perry's "Part of Me" debuted at the 2012 GRAMMY Awards and available on her upcoming March 26, 2012 album 'Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection'.

Official lyric video for Katy Perry's "Part of Me" debuted at the 2012 GRAMMY Awards and available on her upcoming March 26, 2012 album 'Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection'.

Book one of the Mistborn Trilogy – Mistborn: The Final Empire was awesome. Book two – The Well of Ascension was a little dull. With the final book of Mistborn Trilogy – Hero of Ages, Brandon Sanderson had a lot to take care of. Not only he had to answer all the questions raised in the previous book, he also had to pen a perfect ending to the trilogy. After reading Hero of Ages, I have to say, Brandon Sanderson has totally delivered.

Book one of the Mistborn Trilogy – Mistborn: The Final Empire was awesome. Book two – The Well of Ascension was a little dull. With the final book of Mistborn Trilogy – Hero of Ages, Brandon Sanderson had a lot to take care of. Not only he had to answer all the questions raised in the previous book, he also had to pen a perfect ending to the trilogy. After reading Hero of Ages, I have to say, Brandon Sanderson has totally delivered.

Angry Birds Seasons - A fun, ever expanding game.

Angry Birds Seasons - A fun, ever expanding game.

(Bartimaeus) "I wanted to wake you straightaway, but I knew I had to wait several hours to ensure you were safely recovered."    (Nathaniel) "What! How long has it been?"    (Bartimaeus) "Five minutes, I got bored."    That’s Bartimaeus to you; the wisecracking djinni who retunes in The Golem’s Eye which is the sequel to The Amulet of Samarkand of The Bartimaeus Trilogy. Those who have read my review of The Amulet of Samarkand know that I was not impressed by it, just mildly entertained. But…

(Bartimaeus) "I wanted to wake you straightaway, but I knew I had to wait several hours to ensure you were safely recovered." (Nathaniel) "What! How long has it been?" (Bartimaeus) "Five minutes, I got bored." That’s Bartimaeus to you; the wisecracking djinni who retunes in The Golem’s Eye which is the sequel to The Amulet of Samarkand of The Bartimaeus Trilogy. Those who have read my review of The Amulet of Samarkand know that I was not impressed by it, just mildly entertained. But…

Jonathan Stroud introduces a totally different type of magical world in The Bartimaeus Trilogy. It departs steeply from the fun magical world that I am very familiar with in the Harry Potter. The world that is introduced to us in The Bartimaeus Trilogy is more sinister dealing with demonic efrits, djinnis and spirits. The magicians use these spirits to do most of their bidding.

Jonathan Stroud introduces a totally different type of magical world in The Bartimaeus Trilogy. It departs steeply from the fun magical world that I am very familiar with in the Harry Potter. The world that is introduced to us in The Bartimaeus Trilogy is more sinister dealing with demonic efrits, djinnis and spirits. The magicians use these spirits to do most of their bidding.