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Emma thinks about leaving Julian behind in new ‘Lord of Shadows’ snippet

Shadowhunters, we are now officially fifty days away from the release of Cassandra Clare’s Lord of Shadows! 50 days is plenty of time to reread Lady Midnight and The Mortal Instruments. 🙂 You’d have seven days for every single book with one day to spare to mentally prepare yourself for Lord of Shadows or to reread every single snippet that Cassie has shared so far. Like the one below that she posted on her tumblr over the weekend:

Do you remember,” Emma said, “before you saw Diego again, you said we should go to Mexico together? Spend a travel year there?”
Cristina nodded.
“It’d be a while before I could go,” said Emma. “I don’t turn eighteen until the winter. But when I do …”
Leaving Los Angeles. Spending the year with Cristina, learning and training and traveling.
Without Jules. Emma swallowed against the pain the thought caused. It was a pain she’d have to learn to live with.

We really don’t want Emma to leave Julian but since the thought causes her pain, we don’t think she will. Fingers crossed.

How are you going to prepare yourselves for Lord of Shadows? Let us know in the comments!


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1 Comment on Emma thinks about leaving Julian behind in new ‘Lord of Shadows’ snippet

  1. Clary Herondale // April 3, 2017 at 5:53 PM // Reply

    WAIT. Can’t parabatai like not leave each other? It hurts them or something. I remember something about that. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN??

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