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Julian watches Mark in new ‘The Dark Artifices’ snippet

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Yesterday Cassandra Clare took to her tumblr to share another The Dark Artifices snippet. The following paragraph could be from Lady Midnight or Lord of Shadows, which is set to be released in April 2017:

Far below them the world spun by, a patchwork of summer-gold fields, green hills, and luminous, winding rivers of blue and green. It was beautiful, but Julian could not take his eyes off his brother. So this is the Wild Hunt, he thought. This freedom, this expanse, this ferocity of joy. For the first time, he understood how and why Mark’s choice to stay with his family might not be an easy one. For the first time he thought in wonder of how much his brother must love him after all, to consider giving up the sky for his sake.

A little while ago Cassie also tweeted a link to a short snippet on her TDA Pinterest board:

I’m so excited to learn more about Mark, Julian and all the other characters 🙂

Lady Midnight will be published in 29 days (March 8)!

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Writer for TMI Source and 'The Shadowhunter Chronicles' lover extraordinaire. Fangirls over books, history, German football, movies and fictional characters.

4 Comments on Julian watches Mark in new ‘The Dark Artifices’ snippet

  1. Yay! I’ve been waiting for a LM snippet. It sounds beautiful in faerie!

    Toodles!

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