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As a fan of the Mortal Instruments series, I was excited to hear that Cassandra Clare would write another series in the Shadow Hunter World. The Dark Artifices series begins with Lady Midnight and Clare does not disappoint.
The story follows Emma Carstairs and the Blackthorn family. After Emma’s parents are brutally murdered, the Blackthorns adopt her. She trains to be a shadowhunter alongside her parabati, Julian. When murders are happening throughout LA the same way her parents were murdered, it is up to Emma and Julian to solve the mystery. If they are able to solve this, then they will be able to have Julian’s older brother, Mark, return home after being captured by Faeries.
The Shadowhunter world is fascinating to me. There are vampires, werewolves, warlocks, and other supernatural beings and it is up to the Shadowhunters (humans with some angel blood) to protect humans from the supernatural world. Clare brings back characters from other series of the shadowhunter world and ties all the stories together. This book is a must read if you are a fan of Clare’s other books.

 
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04/27/2011
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