In December 2018, everything we know
about the Shadowhunter world will change, and we must be ready.
You have been selected as a member
of an elite squad of Shadowhunters that is gathering to stand against
the forces of evil. Every month, you will receive a secret
communication containing an important message from Cassandra Clare, as
well as classified intelligence briefings, vital missions, and rewards
for loyal service.
Read on for this month’s dispatch,
and be sure to forward it on to trusted friends who are
interested in joining up.
A Message from Cassandra Clare
Greetings, Shadowhunter Army!
so much for joining us in our fight against the darkness that’s
threatening the Shadowhunter world. I’ve had a productive month of
writing Queen of Air
and Darkness, and believe me when I say this book will
have the most shocking ending yet.
When I say
everything will change, I mean everything. So stay tuned and stay
vigilant, for as we all know, the descent into Hell is easy.
Your Shadowhunter Army Assignment
of Air and Darkness hits
shelves December 4, 2018.
Share the cover reveal video below on your social
media channels with #ShadowhunterArmy to spread the word!
following intelligence has been labeled CLASSIFIED
We still have many months to go before Queen of Air and Darkness
hits shelves, but our sources have uncovered some vital intel.
An entrancing new
series starring a funny, impulsive, and sometimes
self-congratulatory young woman who discovers she has psychic
abilities—and then must decide whether she will use her skills for
“This middle grade series
starter is tailor-made for Harry Potter’s fans.”
enchanting adventure from acclaimed novelist Scarlett Thomas
is set in a wondrous realm where magic most decidedly exists,
a growing evil lurks, and a group of children is destined to
save the world.
The Philosopher’s Flight is an epic
historical fantasy set in a World War I-era America where magic
and science have blended into a single extraordinary art.
“Like his characters, Tom
Miller casts a spell.”
PEARL, author of The
Dante Club and The
conclusion to the New
York Times bestselling Unwanteds series, which Kirkus Reviews
Hunger Games meets Harry Potter.”