Monday, March 6, 2017

Cover & Snippet from The Silver Mask by Cassandra Clare & Holly Black #magisterium


Happy Marvelous Middle Grade Monday! Over the weekend Cassandra Clare shared the cover, and a snippet for her 4th installment in the Magisterium series, she co-writes with Holly Black. The Silver Mask is set to be released on August 29th, 2017 from Simon & Schuster. Check out the snippet Cassie shared here, below:

The cover of Magisterium 4: The Silver Mask! Call and Tamara looking very grown up, and who are you, mysterious hooded figure? Snippet from Silver Mask: 

“Master Joseph only laughed, though. “I have a proposal for you, how about that? Callum, once you complete the task I set for you, you can leave the island with your friends if that’s what you still want.”

“A task?” Call asked. “Is this some kind of trick thing where I have to tame an impossible elemental or separate dirt from sand on an entire beach?”
Master Joseph smiled. “Nothing like that.” He flung open the doors at the far end of the room. After a moment, Call and the others joined him at the entryway.

Inside was a large, white-painted room. There was nothing in it but a metal table. On top of the table lay a body that was perfectly preserved, covered to the neck by a thin white sheet.

“The task,” he said. “Is to raise Aaron Stewart from the dead.””

THE SILVER MASK #magisterium

We can't wait to read this book when it's out. Add it to your Goodreads TBR list. You can also pre-order it now from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble. Find out more about it from Scholastic

5 comments:

  1. This sounds so good. Thanks for the preview!

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  2. Looks like Call has a major task to accomplish. Can't wait to read this.

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  3. I can't wait to read this! I'm sure my kids would love it too, but I'm not sure I'll want to share it with them. ;)

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  4. This is this nice story of The Silver Mask and I love it. primary.com coupon

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  5. EEEE :D IT LOOKS SO GORGEOUS. Sigh. I cannot wait to get this book. <3 I loved book one and two so much. Haven't read book three yet. Ahh. But soon :D Thank you for sharing. <3

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