Have you read any of the Shadowhunter series by Cassandra Clare? If you have it’s likely you’ve been following it for a while, the series is huge with more works still appearing.
One of the things I love about Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunter series is the way that all the subseries are linked. Most of the time, it is through families that they are linked (so we see the Herondale family and the Fairchild and the Lightwoods in all of the various series’) or the Silent Brothers but there is one character that always reappears without fail throughout it all. Magnus Bane. (As it stands at the moment, he is the only character that appears in all of the main instalments of the series).
So let’s talk about Magnus Bane.
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Day 15 – Your Five Literary Heroes
Life is so noisy right now, but it’s going in the right direction. So, part of my catch-up here is the next prompt.
In no particular order, my five literary heroes;
- Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby – I love The Great Gatsby. It’s the only F. Scott Fitzgerald book I can read but I love it. The thing I really love about this book and the characters is how truly over the top it all is. Hysteria is a great word for it. It’s infectious. There are so many flaws in Gatsby, but ultimately he just wants the girl he fell in love with the idea of. From someone that came from nothing, he built himself an empire just the prove to Daisy that he could give her the life she wanted in return for her affections. However, despite the parties and the lush life, he is a very lonely man in a crowded room. He is very misunderstood but eventually, someone sees him for who he is. Nick sees Gatsby for the real man that lies beneath the facade, but by then it is too late. (My first ever tattoo, which was of course book related was from The Great Gatsby and I love it).
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