Showing posts with label Lady Midnight snippet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lady Midnight snippet. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

New Unidentified Snippet

His face crumpled. “He hates me,” he said. “All I do is love him, but he hates me, he just hates me, I don’t know why.”
Any ideas who's talking or which book this snippet could be from? City of Heavenly Fire, Lady Midnight...? Sound of in the comments!

Thursday, September 26, 2013

A New Unidentified Snippet With Someone "Dying in [Someone's] Arms"

Cassandra Jean
Cassandra Clare has released a new snippet. The catch is that is it an unidentified snippet, so we don't know which one of her beloved characters is dying!
"Well, it’s a bit ironic, isn’t it?"
"What do you mean?"
"All that effort to convince you I wasn’t in love with you, and here I am, dying in your arms."
Have any guesses? Let us know in the comments.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Feb. 18: New Unidentified Snippet (An Enemy's Weakness)

They said it was better to know your enemy, but how did it help to know that your enemy’s one weakness was your weakness, too?
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What book do you think this snippet is from?

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Feb 12: A London related unidentified snippet

“Take London, my love, and turn it all to blood,” she said. “My gift to you.”

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Don't be fooled by the word "London," this snippet could come from either The Bane Chronicles, City of Heavenly Fire, or Lady Midnight (Dark Artifices #1) too. 
What do you think?

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Feb. 3rd: New Unidentified Snippet

What if I just love you? What if I love you but I never touch you or talk about it, what would happen then?

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Where do you think this snippet is from? Clockwork Princess? City of Heavenly Fire? Lady Midnight? Or The Bane Chronicles?

Monday, November 26, 2012

Unidentified Snippet Nov. 25th

Sunday, November, 25th Cassie gave us an Unidentified Snippet

Belatedly, she realized something else. “Do you … have anything?”
He didn’t seem to have recovered from her last comment. “But do you mean — wait, do I have what?”
She slitted her eyes at him. “Something important.”
“Like what? The phone number for the White House?” A moment later, under her withering glare, realization dawned. “Oh.” His was the expression of someone who has run out of gas in the middle of the desert, miles from help. “I … “
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Which book do you think this came from?