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Happy release day to ‘Cast Long Shadows’

It’s another release day! Today Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan’s Cast Long Shadows is available wherever ebooks are sold.
The second installment takes us back in time, because it’s set in 1901 and it features Charlotte and Henry’s younger son Matthew who does something truly horrific.

Matthew Fairchild is the Consul’s son and the golden-haired boy of the Nephilim. He has the love of his family and his parabatai James Herondale, and nothing to wish for, except excitement and artistry and beauty that do not seem to fit in with a warrior’s way of life. Matthew gets more than he bargained for at the Shadow Market, where he commits the greatest sin of his life—something he can never tell his parabatai, or any of the honorable Shadowhunters around him. (x)

I read Cast Long Shadows as soon as it was available in Central Europe and readers can look forward to characters from The Infernal Devices and of course Cassie’s upcoming The Last Hours. It is a great story because we get to know Matthew and his friends even more, but I also advise you to have some tissues nearby – it’s going to pull at your heartstrings!

You don’t actually need an ebook reader, Kindle or Nook to read Cast Long Shadows. If you have an Amazon account, you can download the free Kindle Reading Apps for smartphones, computers or tablets.
Amazon US/Amazon UK/Amazon Germany/Amazon Canada/Amazon France/Amazon Spain/Amazon Italy/Amazon Australia/Amazon India

If you are more of an audiobook fan, you can listen to actor Jonathan Bailey while he narrates Matthew’s story.

When all the ebooks are published, the book with two additional stories will be released in print format (just like The Bane Chronicles and Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy).

The next installment – Every Exquisite Thing – is published on June 12!

To catch up on all the Ghosts of the Shadow Market news, check out our tag.

About Cathrin (856 Articles)
Admin and writer for TMI Source and 'The Shadowhunter Chronicles' lover extraordinaire. Fangirls over books, history, German football, movies and fictional characters.

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