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Exclusive: ‘Pale Kings and Princes’ Audiobook Excerpt Narrated by Ki Hong Lee

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The latest installment of Cassandra Clare’s companion Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, “Pale Kings and Princes,” was released today in eBook format, and we have a treat for your eyes and ears.

We’re bringing you an exclusive excerpt from the “Pale Kings and Princes” audiobook, narrated by Ki Hong  Lee, as well as some photos of him from the studio.

Lee is best known for his roles as Minho in The Maze Runner and Dong Nguyen in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. He can next be seen in The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials in September, which also stars our Clary in Shadowhunters, Katherine McNamara.

You can now purchase the “Pale Kings and Princes” audiobook on iTunes and Audible, as well as the eBook format.

“Pale Kings and Princes”

by Cassandra Clare and Robin Wasserman

As a former vampire, Simon gets along with Downworlders. The Clave does not. One of ten adventures in Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy.

As a former vampire, Simon’s always been sympathetic to Downworlders. But after a training exercise goes wrong, he gets a glimpse into the Shadowhunters’ prejudice as he learns about the origin of Helen and Mark Blackthorn, principle characters in The Dark Artifices.

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