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The Dark Artifices #1: Lady Midnight

by Cassandra Clare (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 14 - 18 years

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Shadowhunters, demons and fairies in glittering LA: everything you loved about The Mortal Instruments, and then some! We’ve done New York. We’ve done Victorian London. Now California is calling! Seriously: who needs a City of Bones when you can visit the city of angels? So over to Emma Carstairs. You might remember her from the Mortal Instruments books. Then, she was a child in mourning. Now she’s armed and dangerous. As the enchanted sea pounds the beaches, from Little Venice to Santa Monica, Emma must investigate a demonic plot, bargain with fairies, chase revenge – and fall in love…

  • A riveting new Shadowhunters tale from Cassandra Clare
  • Follows on from the events of City of Heavenly Fire
  • The Mortal Instruments series has been a global sensation
  • Glamorous, romantic and full of heart-pounding danger

“Fresh and… wonderfully told.” Booklist

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Product Details


The Dark Artifices (book 1)






Simon & Schuster Childrens Books

Date published

February 2nd, 2017

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  • 688 pages


UK edition


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