‘Lady Midnight’ may be coming out in three (impossibly long) weeks, but until then, we have another book to fawn over: ‘A History of Notable Shadowhunters & Denizens of Downworld told in the Language of Flowers by Cassandra Clare and illustrated by Cassandra Jean.
Bit of a mouthful, but trust us – it’s worth the extra syllables. For example, check out James Herondale looking particularly attractive surrounded by Forget-Me-Nots. Bravo, Cassie J, bravo.
Cassie said on her Tumblr:
It’s finally up and for sale! ‘A History of Notable Shadowhunters & Denizens of Downworld told in the Language of Flowers‘ is a collection of artwork by Cassandra Jean, who created The Shadowhunter Tarot. Inspired by the Victorian language of flowers, this hardbound volume features characters from The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, The Dark Artifices, Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, and The Last Hours, each with a beautifully illustrated portrait and a selection of never before known details and notes about the characters.
Limited numbers so grab ‘em while you can!
Check out the rest of these beautiful illustrations here.
Let us know what you think of this beautiful book @maximumpopbooks.
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