Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices)
Publish date: 2016-03-08
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
Pages no: 688
Edition language: English
These books make me feel old (not that I'm really that old), but I first started reading Cassandra Clare books 7 years ago. Honestly, if an author has kept me reading their books for that long there has to be something good about their books. I don't know if it's because I'm super sentimental or wha...
I finally decided to read this book. I quite enjoyed reading The Mortal Instruments and I really liked The Infernal Devices. This is the first book in The Dark Artifices series, which I think, I will enjoy as well. The first installement was a great introduction to Emma and Julian's world. As we a...
Such a strong, intriguing start to a new series, with fun, likable, sympathetic characters. The L.A. setting keeps things new and interesting, exciting. And Clare just gets stronger and stronger as a writer; the series' staples humor and adventure are here in abundance. So, what didn't I like? It'...
I love the Shadowhunter world and this new series by Ms. Clare does not disappoint. It is a wonderful start to get to know and love The Blackthorn family. I have no idea how but, she just rips my heart out every time. I love it.
Though its buildings have been repaired. the Shadowhunters are still dealing with the results of the war. At the Los Angeles Institute, Emma, Jules and the entire Blackthorn family are very much on the front lines of the destruction. It's been five years since the war ended and though she has been ...
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