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Cover Reveal: ‘City of Bones’ TV Tie-in coming December 22


Another day, another cover reveal! Last week the long-awaited cover for Cassandra Clare’s Lady Midnight was revealed by Harry Shum Jr. aka Magnus Bane, this week Entertainment Weekly shared the last two covers of Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy and today showed us the cover for the City of Bones TV Tie-in.

CoB TV cover

We’ve had the tie-in on our wishlist since the beginning of September so we’re so excited that we finally have a cover! Hello Clary and Jace!

The City of Bones TV Tie-in has exclusive cover art from the show and it will be published on December 22 which makes it the perfect Christmas gift. 🙂

The official website has another picture of the TV Tie-in and some pre-order links for this new paperback edition:


Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Books-a-million / IndieBound

Shadowhunters premieres January 12 at 9/8c on ABC Family/Freeform.

What do you think of the cover? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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7 Comments on Cover Reveal: ‘City of Bones’ TV Tie-in coming December 22

  1. terrible. egh.

  2. I love it. I think they are doing amazing work with the show and this cover is a gorgeous tie-in.

  3. i agree with you Kayla~~~
    i am so taken back
    i want it for christmas XD

  4. Stunning! Aren’t we lucky to have 4 covers of COB now! Will anyone collected them all?

    • I actually think there are 5 CoB covers so far:

      * The original cover with the shirtless Jace
      * The movie tie in with New York and the city of Bones on the cover
      * The movie tie in with Lily and Jamie on the cover
      * The new redesigned paperback
      * This new TV tie in.

  5. Purely frivolous observation here, but does the Jace actor have bicolored eyes? One blue and one brown? Kind of an interesting effect…

  6. I have tie-in books for the Lord of the Rings and the Twilight Saga films. All of them were new productions with cast interviews, photos from the set, and lots of extras. City of Bones is a great novel, but I’m not going to buy a third copy for the cover alone.

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