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"11 clever, touching, and hilarious short stories." (Booklist) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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Fans of The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices can get to know warlock Magnus Bane like never before in this collection of New York Times bestselling tales, in print for the first time with an exclusive new story and illustrated material.

This collection of eleven short stories illuminates the life of the enigmatic Magnus Bane, whose alluring personality, flamboyant style, and sharp wit populate the pages of the #1 New York Times bestselling series, The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices.

Originally released one-by-one as e-only short stories by Cassandra Clare, Maureen Johnson, and Sarah Rees Brennan, this compilation presents all ten together in print for the first time and includes a never-before-seen eleventh tale, as well as new illustrated material.

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Maci & Zoe's Review - The Bane Chronicles by Cassandra Clare 17 décembre 2014
Par Maci and Zoe - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Hi - We wanted you to know a little about us, before you read this review - We are Maci and Zoe - twins in the tenth grade and are thrilled to share our love of books with you. Maci plays the trombone and Zoe plays the trumpet in our school Marching Band. When we are not reading, doing homework, or practicing music we like to go on adventures with our Girl Scout troop. We read every chance we get.

The Bane Chronicles by Cassandra Clare is the stories of Magnus Bane's life. This is a companion book to all of the Shadowhunter books, it is ten short stories about Magnus's life. Magnus Bane is one of my favorite characters in all of the Shadowhunter books so I was super excited to learn about his life. In this book some of the things it talks about what happens in Peru, Raphael Santiago. and the first time Magnus met Valentine. Those are some of my favorite stories out of the ten in the book. I would say that The Bane Chronicles is much better than City of Heavenly Fire. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Magnus Bane.

When I saw that they were going to do short stories on Magnus Bane, I knew that it would be hilarious and it was even better then I expected. The stories are from many different times in Magnus's life and they make references to the characters in the Mortal Instruments or the Infernal Devices. While reading them I found myself laughing so hard there were tears in my eyes and other times touched by what Magnus Bane was doing. These short stories changed my view of Magnus Bane and really made me understand why he does the things he does. If you loved the Infernal Devices or the Mortal Instruments, then you will want to read this.
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I love Magnus! 12 novembre 2014
Par Jessie Potts - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Why you should read it: Magnus Bane was my favorite character in the books. He was so engrossing, so crazy, so beautiful and mysterious, I wanted more of him. I even liked how he was portrayed in the movie (can I please get a more adult sequel, please please please?) So when the first Bane Chronicles came out, I downloaded it, and the next and the next. I couldn't wait for them all to be together in one book, and the audio versions are awesome. For any Mortal Instruments fan (and obviously Magnus Bane fan), you should pick this up. The cover is gorgeous and all three authors are talented and made me laugh through each of Magnus' adventures.

Head over to the HEA Blog to see what Maureen and Sarah have to say about our illustrious and notorious Magnus Bane
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Magnificent Bane! 21 novembre 2014
Par Angie IsA ReadingMachine - Publié sur
Format: Relié
*Overall 4.5 stars*

To get the ultimate experience from this collection of short stories it is highly recommended that you first read The Infernal Devices series and The Mortal Instruments series.

What Really Happened in Peru : 3 stars
This is a short story spanning about 170 years of Magnus's many misadventures in Peru. From destruction to desecration to terrible music playing to jewel thievery. Sometimes with his companions, Ragnor and Catarina, sometimes alone. Out of all of his misdeeds it's still a mystery why Magnus was banned. It was an okay story.

The Runaway Queen : 5 stars
This short story was set in Paris during the Revolutionary War. A handsome, dark-haired, blue-eyed soldier pleads for Magnus's help to get Marie Antoinette and her family out of Paris. Magnus can hardly refuse. A very entertaining story. It made me laugh. Magnus is quite fond of himself. I enjoyed it.

Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale : 5 stars
This short story was set in London. Magnus is attending a Shadowhunter/Downworlder conference to discuss the Accords. Prejudice is in full force so the talks are very one-sided. This is where Magnus meets the lovely vampire, Camille Belcourt. He also has an exciting evening with a Shadowhunter named Edmund Herondale (Will's father) that ends in Edmund meeting his future wife - a mundane. I love Magnus's promise to Camille. Great story.

The Midnight Heir : 5 stars
My favorite so far! This short story takes place in London. Magnus has spent the past twenty-five years in New York and he has returned as promised to Camille. Only that love affair was a rude awakening. One night while Magnus is out being fabulous he meets the wild and debauched James Herondale, son of Will and Tessa. Tired of following James and saving him from himself, Magnus escorts James back to the London Institute, back in the loving arms of his parents. Squee! I'm always up for more Will and Tessa...and Jem! Magnus is such a great friend. Excellent story.

The Rise of the Hotel Dumort : 3 stars
This short story takes place in New York during the stockmarket crash of 1929...and Prohibition. Magnus, not being the sort to adhere to mundane law, is running a speak easy. He's also having a spot of trouble with Aldous, the High Warlock of New York, who is, as Magnus puts it, older than the calendar and wants to take a final trip to Pandemonium. It was just okay.

Saving Raphael Santiago : 4 stars
Set in New York in 1953, Magnus is now amusing himself with private detective work. He's hired by a woman to find her son who she fears has been changed into a vampire. Magnus finds him at the Hotel Dumont dirty and newly changed. That vampire is Raphael. Hopeful to go home again, Raphael stays with Magnus until he can learn to control himself and pass as a non-vampire, mainly by being able to wear his cross and speak the Lord's name without noticeable pain. I liked this story okay. One thing I do like is how Clare always adds a pop culture reference relevant to the era. Nice touch.

The Fall of the Hotel Dumort : 4 stars
Set in New York during the Son of Sam era, New York is experiencing a blackout. Magnus has to work with the werewolves to force Camille to take control of her vamps. They've discovered they can get a high from drinking the blood of mundanes that are under the influence and that's making them greedy and sloppy and that's not good for anyone. I liked it.

What to Buy the Shadowhunter Who Has Everything : 5 stars
It's Alec's birthday. His and Magnus's relationship is not yet defined and Magnus is stressing over what kind of present to get him. After an amusing conversation with a demon and his warlock friends, Catarina and Ragnor, and after a heartfelt talk with Isabelle, Magnus comes up with the perfect gift. Loved it.

The Last Stand of the New York Institute : 5 stars
Set in New York, this short story gives us a look at some of the first devastation caused by Valentine's circle. A small werewolf boy that escaped a Downworlder safe house that was under attack enlists Magnus's help.
Years later while Magnus is hanging out with Tessa (Eek!) Valentine's wife, Jocelyn, begs for Magnus's help in making sure her daughter, Clary, sees the world as a mundane does. So good.

The Course of True Love (and first dates) : 5 stars
What begins as an awkward first date between Magnus and Alec ends on a high note when they have to work together on a job. Very sweet!

The Voicemail of Magnus Bane : 5 stars
Poor Magnus is very upset with what Alec did. Now he's not answering his phone. This short story is a series of voicemail messages, some sincere (Alec), some hilarious (Izzy), and some professional (something to do with toads). Loved it!
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Marvelous! 11 novembre 2014
Par Eternalstormy - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
A wonderful addition to the collection of any Cassandra Clare fan! I own all of her other works in her Shadowhunter Series' and I absolutely love this newest volume! I couldn't stop laughing for the entirety of the first of the short stories and enjoyed all of the others as well! I believe that "The Bane Chronicles" will entertain and delight Shadowhunter fans both old and new!
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I like short stories in hardbacks 1 décembre 2014
Par Elizabeth - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Let me first start off by saying that when I found out that Clare was making the short stories of Magnus into a hardcover, I was ecstatic. I had been wanting to read them for quite some time. I am always disappointed when I find out a novella or short story to a series is just available in ebook format because I refuse to buy an ereader. With that said, I was not extremely disappointed in this but I was not greatly impressed with this either. Its Clare we're talking about and she co-authored these stories.

Plot Summary:

Magnus is immortal. Being immortal, he has done some pretty insane things and has traveled all around the world. He has met every Shadowhunter family member being involved with them in some sort of way. He has helped many people out of tough situations and has fallen in and out of love many times through the course of history. He has also gone through great loss.

He doesn't even consider being immortal a curse. He lies about his age to everyone and seems totally and completely at ease with life stretching out endlessly.

My Reaction:

Some stories were dull and others were great. For me personally, I have a fear of getting old so I would love to be blessed with the gift of immortality. Time passing by wouldn't even faze me just like it doesn't faze Magnus.

Overall, I wish all authors put their short stories in a hardcover like this. Authors are missing out on sales when they don't factor in the readers who refuse to buy an ereader.
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