Lady Midnight

Lady Midnight

eBook - 2016
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"Shadowhunter Emma Carstairs and her parabatai Julian Blackthorn race to stop a demonic plot that threatens Los Angeles"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Margaret K. McElderry Books, [2016]
Edition: 1st edition
ISBN: 9781442468375
1442468378
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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DCLteens Mar 29, 2018

This was unnecessarily dark and depressing. The tone and even characters are miles away from Mortal Instruments or Infernal Devices. Two thumbs down.
Reviewed by Reagan, a Teen Library Council member

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AdrianaDiaz
Mar 27, 2018

I absolutely loved it!
I loved the diversity in the characters in the story! As a mom of a boy with autism, I have to say I loved the way she portrayed a character on the spectrum without even using the word “autism”. She did it so carefully and totally respectful, it was so good to read about in a fantasy novel.

Also as a Mexican, I felt a closer connection to Cristina, since I knew exactly what she was talking about when she mentioned places, food, or even neighborhoods in Mexico City. I could picture it perfectly; it made my reading experience enjoyable.

And the story itself…AMAZING!!! It has the “forbidden love” cliché and the crazy things people do for it, but Cassandra Clare manages to make it absolutely incredible!!!

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ayushi190
Oct 18, 2017

Overall, a pretty good book from the amazing author Cassandra Clare. She weaves a tale of mystery and deception-just remeber: “Trust No One”. This book was only a 7/10 for me though because of the lack of understanding that the characters showed at a pivotal point in the plot-AKA the beginning of the climax. Instead or racing to their destination and saving a character in neged they shared stories providing precious time to the anatagonist. Regardless, Another great book form the Shadowhunter series!

LoganLib_Kirra Sep 29, 2017

Lady Midnight is a thrilling tale with a unqiue, dangerous quest for the Shadowhunters. It’s hard to say which series is the best because The Infernal Devices and this first book in The Dark Artifices series were both pretty enjoyable reads but I think this one wins purely because it’s a combination of the present storyline with Emma as well as everyone in TMI and TID books. That means you get to see all your favourite characters again and the plot of this book was the best yet in my opinion. I think it was the most interesting and mysterious book yet because it explored so much more than the Shadowhunter’s world since it was also very intertwined with the Fair Folk and a familiar Shadowhunters family, the Blackthorns.

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Nymeria23
Aug 19, 2017

Let me just start by saying; I like the Mortal Instruments better. But can any other series in the Shadowhunter world ever really top the original?
Now let me say; I loved this book.
I can see where people may be viewing Mrs. Clare's continuously growing prospects for spin-off series in the Shadowhunter world and seem annoyed or incredulous, thinking she's 'milking the same cow over and over', but it would be hard to keep those feelings after reading any of her books.
I am always surprised by the ease in which I am transported into Clare's books, how I almost instantly connect with the characters and feel their pains and joys. She knows how to artfully weave a story of heartbreak and hope, of injustice underlying her world just as well as friendship.
Taking place about 5 years after the City of Heavenly Fire, Emma Carstairs is in LA, working everyday on keeping up with her training and looking into every possible lead on who really killed her parents and why. Living with the Blackthorns has been the best thing that's happened to her since the Dark War, even if there's something about her parabatai, Julian that's suddenly making her feel and think things forbidden to them.
With her new best friend Cristina going the group for her travel year, Emma becomes aware of a promising lead into her parent's murder.
As death after death become uncovered, and faerie involvement drops a very-changed Mark back on the Institute's doors, Emma begins to lose sight how this all connects to the investigation she's really interested in.
With issues of the heart and dangers of the body seemingly at every turn, Emma, Julian, Cristina and the Blackthorns must re=examine who they can trust and figure out how to solve this murder mystery before they become victims of their own.

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Rozywang
Aug 15, 2017

I absolutely love this book. It will shatter your soul and captivate you in an adventurous and heart-breaking world. Join Emma as she tries to find the one responsible for the murders of her parents. Cassandra Clare is one of my favourite authors. Her writing is stunning.

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shupeng123
Jun 25, 2017

This book is a series of events where a girl named Emma and a boy named Julian work with their friends to avenge Emma's parents. The clave, which is Emma and Julian's "government" ruled the death of Emma's parents to be a misfortune event cause by the war. But in the war, the bodies weren't mutated and nothing was carved on them like what happened the war Emma's parents. Now a few years later, more bodies are turning up, mutated and gray, like the bodies of Emma's parents. Join them, on their heartbreaking yet adventurous journey to find the master mind behind the deaths.

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michellesue
Jun 15, 2017

I loved this book so much! I recommend at least reading City of Bones before reading this one. As always, Cassandra Clare wrote another amazing book and I can't wait to read her newest one!

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blue_falcon_1285
Dec 27, 2016

This book is great but I still can't get over those mortal instruments books can't wait for the dark artifacts book #2 to come out!!!

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mightyminnie
Aug 22, 2016

Loved this book! A must read for the mortal instruments fans! In fact I think its better then them :)

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VickiParas
Mar 16, 2017

Why lie?

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blue_falcon_1285
Dec 27, 2016

"A BAD LAW IS NO LAW"

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CalumS13
Jul 05, 2016

"In a kingdom by the sea."

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CalumS13
Jul 05, 2016

"In a kingdom by the sea."

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CalumS13
Jul 05, 2016

"In a kingdom by the sea."

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fatemamahmud
Jun 26, 2016

have you always been this careless

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CalumS13
Jul 05, 2016

Instead of Clary and Jace, it's Julian and Emma, who were minor characters before. All in all, the Parabatai bond comes into play, and Magnus gets involved- again.

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