Fans Sound Off: Favorite Moments from ‘City of Lost Souls’ Book Trailer

The City of Lost Souls book trailer debuted to much fan fervor late Wednesday morning and looked more like a movie trailer than a book trailer.

Credit: Dirty Robber

The production value was one of the many things that fans were raving about.

Check out what fans had to say:

  • “Definitely, “My name is Jonathan, but everyone calls me Sebastian. And I’m going to burn down the world.” And those wings!!!!” -@TMI_Institute
  • “Sebastian’s narration. Definitely thrilling.” -@xJaceClary
  • “that dynamic between clary and sebastian.” -@thepaisleyowl
  • “wings on fire!!!!!” -@__haniten
  • “I don’t usually care 4 book trailers but that was AMAZING I hope they do more trailers too.” -@lovedr22
  • “Sebastian Marked all over with the wings on fire part!” -@SalmaHNassar
  • “”And i’m going to burn down the world” the fire wings really great !” -@megarii
  • “I thought it was wickedly creepy and very disturbing! “I loved it!” I loved the end. Jonathan, his dark Angel wings fanned out behind him, ablaze with hell’s fire, standing within the blaze undisturbed. As he proclaims his plan to burn down the world.” -Lisa L.
  • “my favourite part was 0 – 55s ;)” -Alice Z.

If you haven’t already, be sure to tweet Dirty Robber (@dirtyrobber) and tell them what you liked most.

Don’t expect this to be the last you see of Dirty Robber in conjunction with Shadowhunters series.

According to Cassandra Clare, her publisher has grown quite fond of the Dirty Robber crew and expect them back for more trailers.

What was your favorite moment of the City of Lost Souls trailer? Sound off in the comments below!

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  1. bellacolella says:

    Reblogged this on Paranormal Book Club and commented:
    OMG:)))

  2. fervor late Wednesday morning and looked more like a movie trailer than a book trailer.

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