Cassandra Clare shares a new ‘Lady Midnight’ snippet and talks about ARCs
We’ve got a release date – March 8, 2016 in case you haven’t heard – and now we have a brandnew snippet for Cassandra Clare’s Lady Midnight, the first book in her new The Dark Artifices trilogy! In this new snippet Cristina thinks about Diego Rosales and their relationship when they were younger:
Not since she’d left home had Cristina so clearly and painfully remembered what they had been to each other when they were younger. How much she had loved Diego. Her heart had felt torn to pieces when he cried out for his brother, pleading with him. Jaime, Jaime, ayúdame. Help me. And then he had cried out for her, and that was worse. Cristina, no me dejes. Regresa.
Cristina, don’t leave me. Come back. I love you.
I’m here, she’d told him. Not gone. She remembered him asking if there was someone else …
Well, this is certainly something for the Cristina x Diego shippers and makes us really curious what happened between these two – especially when you also read this previous snippet.
Furthermore, Cassie answered a question about Lady Midnight ARCs (Advanced Reading Copies):
They’ll be available in October. There are going to be very few, and there will be no e-copies on things like Edelweiss and Netgalley. But there will be physical ones, and there will be giveaway contests, etc, that I’ll keep you up to date with.
As soon as we know more about ARCs we will let you know!
Catch up with all the snippets from The Dark Artifices here.
Omg it would be amazingly awesome if I had the chance the get an ARC 😍
I would die if I got an ARC. Also, that’s some weird snippet.
I want an ARC! I’ve never had one before. And the second I hear about the details of this, I’m gonna do what I have to do to get one.
My school library always gets arcs. I’ve already got ones like The 5th Wave, The Young Elites, Beautiful Creatures, and the Iron Trial. I will bribe a librarian if I have to. I am so ready for this. 🙂
I have never heard of an ARC, but I will attempt to get one, they sound interesting.
It stands for Advance Reading Copy, which essentially means you’d get to read the book before it came out 🙂
he si the one that turns werewolf?