Magnus Bane may or may not be dating Alec Lightwood, but he definitely needs to find him the perfect birthday present.
One of 10 adventures in The Bane Chronicles.
Set in the time between City of Ashes and City of Glass, warlock Magnus Bane is determined to find the best birthday present possible for Alec Lightwood, the Shadowhunter he may or may not be dating. And he's also got to deal with the demon he's conjured up for a very irritating client.…
This standalone audiobook illuminates the life of the enigmatic Magnus Bane, whose alluring personality drives the number-one New York Times best-selling series The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices. This story in The Bane Chronicles, What to Buy the Shadowhunter Who Has Everything (And Who You're Not Officially Dating Anyway), is written by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan.
©2013 Cassandra Clare (P)2013 Simon & Schuster
I think any audio version is better then the print version. I feel more into the story with the audio version.
Magnus. How could it not be. But the demon was pretty funny.
I don't get the story behind the characters when I read a book. I mean the feeling in the voices like when I hear the audio book.
Near the top of the list!
Learning more of Magnus's inner thoughts at a time when he wasn't being so snarky.
Everything- it was the best narration of the Bane Chronicles series. And I was pleasantly surprised to realize that he's Felix from BBC's "Orphan Black" series!
Yes- I wish it was longer; I love The Bane Chronicles.
I hope someone hires Jordan to do more audiobooks.
I loved the way Magnus worried on what to get Alex. I loved this point of view on how Magnus feels for Alex. Its soooo sweet. I just hope in the next book he can forgive Alex and they get together.
I liked there was a bit of funny to this short story.
No. This book is perfect.The authors were able to write about the beginning of the relationship of Alex and Magnus in a very subtle way. I dadorei
I think the first book "The Bane Chronicles" is a good example, because on the both books Cassandra Clare and her parther were able to make a connection between the Magnus Bane past, and events of the other two series.
Nothing. Everthing is very good.
I don't think so, because I see this series only just a complement for the other two series of Cassandra.
I'm enjoying reading this series, because the authors are managing to make a link between all the books ever published.
The stories are funny, exciting and with a lot adventure. The facts are described subtle way, if you have not yet read one of the series, you do not get lost. Who knows other books are able to recognize the references,and who didn't read can understand too.
In this book, in particular, I liked how Magnus' feelings are described. This all without miss a dose of humor, so striking feature of this character
It was as expected very good. But I will say it did lack substance, it was a bit of romantic fluff for Alex and Magus. So don't expect anything amazing from it, it is a light,simple just there to entertain story.
Of all the stories, this is the first one that I completely enjoyed. It takes place during the Mortal Instruments. It is funny without being forced. It has nice pacing and the narrator does an excellent job.
Magnus Bane, because he is the most interesting character in the series.
Magnus summons a minor demon and has some rather funny conversations with him.
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