Men of Shadowhunter Chronicles Calendar!

Now, viagra buy as if Cassandra Jean, couldn’t get any cooler than she already is, a Shadowhunter Men calendar for 2014 was announced.

For those of you who don’t know, Cassandra Jean is an artist, most known for her Mortal Instruments and Infernal Devices fan art. She also does work for original graphic novels, and other YA works like Beautiful Creatures and The Raven Boys. She did a set of tarot cards using the characters from the various Shadowhunter series: The Infernal Devices, the mysterious TLH, The Mortal Instruments, and The Dark Artifices.

So when I found out there would be a calendar, featuring all the steamy men of these series, done in the brilliant artwork of Cassandra Jean, I was SO excited!

Here are the art pieces for each month!

Shadowhunter Calendar January

January 2014: Featuring James “Jem” Carstairs of the Infernal Devices trilogy

Shadowhunter Calendar February

February 2014: Featuring Magnus Bane and Alexander “Alec” Lightwood of the Mortal Instruments series celebrating Valentine’s Day

Shadowhunter Calendar March

March 2014: Featuring William “Will” Herondale from the Infernal Devices trilogy

Hubba Hubba

Shadowhunter Calendar April - Matthew Fairchild

April 2014: Featuring Matthew Fairchild of TLH, the parabatai of James Herondale.

Shadowhunter Calendar May Jaime Rosales

May 2014: Featuring Jaime Rosales of the Dark Artifices trilogy

Shadowhunter Calendar June Jace

June 2014: Featuring Jace Wayland Morgenstern Herondale Lightwood (depending on what you call him) of The Mortal Instruments series.

I call him Jace Lightwood. I can do that because I’m so marrying him. Sigh <3

Shadowhunter Calendar July Julian Blackthorn

July 2014: Featuring Julian Blackthorn of The Dark Artifices trilogy

Shadowhunter Calendar August Mark Blackthorn

August 2014: Featuring Mark Blackthorn of The Dark Artifices trilogy, brother to Julian.

I think I’m going to really like Mark…

Shadowhunter Calendar September Simon

September 2014: Featuring Simon Lewis of The Mortal Instruments series.

Can I just say, the fact that his shirt references the Oregon Trail game is just too hilarious for life?

Shadowhunter Calendar October Raphael

October 2014: Featuring Raphael Santiago of The Mortal Instruments series, looking very creepy for Halloween haha.

Shadowhunter Calendar November-James Herondale

November 2014: Featuring James Herondale of TLH

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Aren’t all those pictures absolutely amazing? AND super steamy and hot. I don’t know about you ladies but I’m pretty excited about those Will Herondale and Jace Lightwood months…

And I know what you’re wondering, where’s December! December is going to be a GROUP picture, and its coming soon. Even better news, there will  be a GIRL character calendar as well.

I am so excited!

And a little surprise for you all, I have an exclusive interview with the artist herself coming tomorrow!

What do you guys think of the Shadowhunter Calendar artwork? Which ones are your favorites? As always, share in the comments!

The Midnight Heir Short Story Review

The Midnight Heir by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan

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You Can Find the Book At:

GoodReads

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

Cassie’s Website/Sarah’s Website

GoodReads Synopsis:

 In Edwardian London, salve Magnus Bane discovers old friends and new enemies—including the son of his former comrade Will Herondale. One of ten adventures in The Bane Chronicles.

Magnus thought he would never return to London, find but he is lured by a handsome offer from Tatiana Blackthorn, whose plans—involving her beautiful young ward—are far more sinister than Magnus even suspects. In London at the turn of the century, Magnus finds old friends, and meets a very surprising young man . . . the sixteen-year-old James Herondale.

This standalone e-only short story illuminates the life of the enigmatic Magnus Bane, whose alluring personality populates the pages of the #1 New York Times bestselling series, The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices series. This story in The Bane Chronicles is written by Sarah Rees Brennan and Cassandra Clare.

My Review:

I think this installment of the Bane Chronicles is my favorite so far, and it really boils down to the fact that it really makes absolutely no sense and it leaves you hanging. I believe this short story, really, is an introduction to the mysterious TLH series that Cassandra Clare has planned, to follow the lives of the children of the characters in the Infernal Devices series. James Herondale is the son of William Herondale and Tessa Gray and he seems to be even more tragic and messed up than his father had been.

We have no information on TLH at all, besides the fact that it’ll be about the children and that its initials are TLH. Now, I feel like we have an idea of what to expect from this series. We see a very messed up James Herondale, who is in love with someone he definitely shouldn’t be (seriously, that girl is freaky) and we also meet Tatiana Blackthorn, who is angry and has a vicious vendetta against some Shadowhunters and wants help that Magnus cannot give. But Tatiana doesn’t seem the person to give up easily and it really helps me to believe that this what to expect from that series. Its a bit frustrating because you know this series won’t be coming for awhile, because The Dark Artifices is slated to release before that, and the next Bane Chronicle, The Rise of Hotel Dumort, has absolutely nothing to do with that, so now I have to wait to see what happens with James Herondale and his love and his desire to make as much trouble as possible and to find out what happens with Tatiana Blackthorn and her vendetta.

I will say this though, it was absolutely beautiful to see Tessa and Will and Jem, as Brother Zachariah, again. It was wonderful to see how much in love Will and Tessa were, but also to see how in love they all were with each other. No matter what happened with Jem as a Silent Brother, the three of them still had an unbelievable bond and they were still close and they still just loved each other so much. It made me think of Clockwork Princess and I swear, I just about died all over again. Thank you, Cassandra Clare, for killing me once again.

Rating:

5 out of 5 Stars

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