Monday, December 9, 2013

0 Review: Vampires, Scones, And Edmund Herondale

Title: Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale (Bane Chronicles, Book 3)
Author: Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan
Narrator: Andrew Scott
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Published: July 12, 2013
Length: 1 hour 24 minutes
ISBN13: 9781442365117
Genre: Fantasy
Source: Publisher



Goodreads Summary:
When immortal warlock Magnus Bane attends preliminary peace talks between the Shadowhunters and the Downworlders in Victorian London, he is charmed by two very different people: the vampire Camille Belcourt and the young Shadowhunter, Edmund Herondale. Will winning hearts mean choosing sides?

My thoughts on the audio:
Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale is narrated by Andrew Scott. Holy hotness does he have a sexy voice. Scott has been in many movies and televisions series. If you're a fan of Sherlock, Scott plays Sherlock's arch nemesis, Jim Moriarty. Scott is by far my favorite narrator of this series. He has a voice that was made for this. His cadence and tone was perfect. I hope Andrew Scott will narrate more books.

My thoughts on the book:
This is the third book in the Bane Chronicles. Magnus is attending peace talks between the Shadowhunters and the Downworlders in London during Victorian times. While there he meets Edmond Herondale who is a Shadowhunter. Edmond is in love, but the woman he's in love with is very complicated. Magnus also meets the beautiful vampire Camille. She is charming and Magnus is very attracted to her. While at the peace conference Magnus sees the good and bad of both sides of the parties. 
So far, I'm enjoying this series. I love seeing how Magnus interacts with people in his life. In this book particular, I really enjoyed the chemistry of the characters. I also liked seeing the dark sides of certain characters as well as the good in others. I love how complex these characters are. It's never as it seems. I can't wait to see what Clare has in store for Magnus next. 
My rating:
Other books in this series:
What Really Happened in Peru
The Runaway Queen


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