A Manhattan teen—Raphael Santiago—is missing, and Magnus Bane must track him down before it’s too late.
In 1950s New York City, a distraught mother hires Magnus Bane to find her missing son, Raphael. But even if he can be found, is Raphael beyond saving?
As I head into the some stretch of this series I think it may become darker than the first couple. Which by no means is a bad thing.We're starting to see how somethings came to be and how they molded the Mortal Instruments series. On a light note Magnus gives us career advice....choose a profession that allows you to dress fashionable and using magic on your hair is never a waste.
I give this book 5 chocolate dipped strawberries and a salon visit. Not all of us can magic a good hair day.
Magnus Bane watches the once-glamorous Hotel Dumort become something else altogether in 1970s New York City.
Fifty years after the Jazz Age rise of the Hotel Dumort, immortal warlock Magnus Bane knows the Manhattan landmark is on the decline. The once-beautiful Hotel Dumort has fallen into a decayed thing, a ruin, as dead as a place can be. But the vampires don't mind...
As I stated in my previous blog the series is getting darker. We see the ugly side of Magnus's beloved Camille. Actually ugly is putting it mildly.
I give this book 5 chocolate dipped strawberries.
Are you in fashion? No, I am fashion~Magnus