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Goodreads Books

Christmas for BookNerds 2014

Today is a great day for readers everywhere: Both Goodreads and the NY Times have released their best of 2014 picks just in time for your christmas wish list. If you’re like all of us at Larkable, you enjoy a good book. But you totally judge books by their covers, so how, out of this amazing age of digital media, do you choose the best book? Easy: with our help! On December 2nd, Goodreads announced their 2014 Goodreads Choice Awards. This list is definitely worth…

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City of Heavenly Fire

Cassandra Clare has Released A Sneak Pic of the Highly Anticipated “City of Heavenly Fire”

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Cassandra Clare is kicking off the countdown to the final Mortal Instruments novel with some steamy fan art of Clary and Jace.

The author uploaded the image above, drawn by the talented Cassandra Jean, to her tumblr today with the following caption,

I was feeling bad about being unforthcoming with spoilers, so have some Clace feels from Cassandra Jean’s postcard set for City of Heavenly Fire! (Yes, these are all scenes that happen.)

City of Heavenly Fire hits shelves on May 27th, but head on over to Clare’s tumblr every tuesday from here on out for #TMITuesdays. The author has promised she’ll be revealing new Heavenly Fire content every week up until the release date. Is this all going to be content you’ll enjoy? Maybe so. But maybe not. Clare loves to troll her fans,  just check out some of her answers to fans for proof.

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City of Heavenly Fire

Are You Ready for “City of Heavenly Fire”? So Are We!

The Mortal Instruments:City of Heavenly Fire is set to come out May 27, but Entertainment Weekly already has an exclusive interview with author Cassandra Clare! So what are some highlights from that interview? The cover of Heavenly Fire was revealed earlier this month on Insider and features both Clary and her brother, Sebastian, on the cover. Clare says of the cover, This is the big face-off. This is the book where [Clary] goes up against her brother Sebastian, and he is the big villain. It’s kind of…

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