Gothic Loveliness | Review of ‘Lady Midnight’ (The Dark Artifices #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
Margaret K. McElderry Books
Image Credit: Goodreads

It’s been five years since the battle between Clary and her demonic brother, and now the torch has been passed to another pair of fierce warriors…

Emma lost her parents that day and her life has been nothing but a battle to try to figure out who murdered her parents, leaving her an orphan. Nevertheless, she had Julian, who took on the reigns to be the parent to his family. Together, as parabatai, they held together, but strange murders are taking place, taking the shape of her parents’ death leading them to an unsanctioned peace with fairies that may even hold the key to putting the family back together.
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