What happens when Magnus Bane brings a baby home to his boyfriend, Alec Lightwood? One of 10 adventures in Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy.
After a warlock baby is abandoned on the steps of the academy, Magnus Bane rescues the child - and brings him home to his boyfriend, Alec.
©2015 Cassandra Claire (P)2015 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
I like pretty much all of Cassandra Clare's stuff. I just hope she's able to keep all of her trademark writing style with all her future endeavors (to my sadness I've discovered very few Writers that can do it). I know these books are for young adults (and I'm in my 40's; but I'm eclectic by nature) and I don't mind saying that I read a lot of heavy type genres and sometimes I need something a little lighter (don't judge me I'm a child from the age of "Star Wars" Episodes 4,5, and 6😉) that offers me the beautiful drug of optimism because it seems to my eyes that, that all to important trait is ever decreasing from our midst.
Ok, I'm done.... climbing off the perverbial "Soap Box".
Enjoy her 📖's Constant Readers!
Don't we all love Magnus and Alec. And somehow Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan have made us love all the Lightwoods a little where we were just a little wary of Maryse and Robert. Bravo!!
Don't blame me; I was born awesome!
I loved seeing this from both Simon and Magnus' point of view. I loved that there was no Clary/Jace angst. I would have preferred a little more Alec and Magnus interaction, but this is supposed to be about Simon, so I get that.
The fact that Magnus got passive aggressively tricked into adopting a baby.
Soft, strong, smoothing
Magnus and Alec with a baby and Simon training to be a Shadowhunter? Absolutely!
My only complaint was that I wished Keahu would have used a little more emotion. There were a few parts where his reading was somewhat bland and really called for a bit more...oomph. He has a lovely voice, I just wish he had spiced it up a bit more. Overall it was good, but it could have been better.
I don't know, because this book is more a short story... but was one of the funniest books I listen in 2016 - no doubt.
I might compare with - "What really happen in Peru - Bane's Chronicles #1", because Magnus Bane is a person who lived for a long time, but the things that happen is his life, made him looks a teen.
I like Keahu's performance, his voice is pleasant.
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