In preparation of the release of Lord of Shadows, I decided to read Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy before rereading Lady Midnight. I’ve heard many people say that this companion to TMI is best read before the Dark Artifices, and I have to agree. I’m so glad I read this book! These 10 stories are so valuable to TDA. It’s not necessary to read them all, but I really suggest you do! Beware of SPOILERS in this review!
Happy Lord of Shadows release day! As you might know, for some reason unknown to me, I received my copy of the book eleven days ago. Back then I was still in the middle of Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy and my reread of Lady Midnight, so I only started reading three days ago. Let me tell you something: Lord of Shadows is absolutely incredible. I’ll tell you all about it in my spoiler free review!
The Shadowhunter’s Codex is a companion to the Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare and I read it months ago. Then I went on a break and never finished my review… Aaaanyway, the book doesn’t really have a plot like the other Shadowhunter books because it’s quite literally a fictional study guide. The Codex has information on anything mentioned in the Shadowhunter books, from laws, to history, to runes! It’s a must read for any massive Shadowhunter fan, but it’s not necessary to understand the plot of the series. I wanted to read it because it’s mentioned in most of the books and I was just super interested!
Over the past few weeks, I’ve taken you through everything there is to know (or most of it, at least!) about Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunter Chronicles. I discussed all the books and the movie/TV adaptations! Of course, we’re all very busy
Shadowhunting down these books, and watching these adaptations, so I can imagine you simply don’t have time to read all those posts! Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! (I mean, that’s what Parabatai are for, right?) Here’s the short version of my blog Shadowhunter Chronicles blog series! Read more
Most of us probably know that the Shadowhunter Chronicles was adapted as a movie, and later for TV, right? If you didn’t, don’t worry. This post has all you need to know. I actually started reading the books because of the movie. And I watched the movie because the TV show was happening… It’s a long story I’ll save for another day, let’s just dive straight into it the Shadowhunters movie & TV show! Read more
My new blog series is all about the Shadowhunter Chronicles and in this second part, I’ll be talking all about the secondary works in the series! Some of these are very well known in the fandom, and easily found. Others are more of a “You only know them if you know literally everything.” Have no fear, though! Here’s an overview of all the secondary works in the Shadowhunter Chronicles. Read more
Any of you who’ve been following my blog or Twitter over the past few months, knows I’m a huge fan of the Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare. I’m still quite new to the fandom and there are just so many books. Like, “Hey! That exists?!” Yep, that was definitely me over the past few months. To anyone new to the fandom, like I was/still am, I’ve decided my new blog series is all about the Shadowhunter Chronicles! Part one: Primary works. Read more
Lady Midight is the first book in the Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare. It’s part of the Shadowhunter Chronicles and takes place five years after the events of City of Heavenly Fire. It features some of the characters we already met in the last Mortal Instruments book, plus some new characters! I was so excited to dive back into the Shadow World! Although I have to admit, I don’t think I ever really left. Anyway, here’s what I think about this new Shadowhunter book!
City of Heavenly Fire the sixth and final book in the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. I have to admit, reading the last three books in the series was a little painful. They weren’t as good as the first three! I’m glad I still managed to finish the series! Read all about City of Heavenly Fire in my last spoiler free Mortal Instruments review.
Some people listen to music while they read, others don’t. I’m one of those people who always listens to music. 8Tracks was always a really great way to get lost in a book while also discovering new music, but they made some big changes and their iOS app became useless in the Netherlands. I was reading Clockwork Angel at the time and I needed some music to listen to, so I decided to make my own playlist! Read more