Ebook companion stories to entice Cassandra Clare fans

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THE BANE CHRONICLES 1: What Really Happened in Peru by Sarah Rees Brennan & Cassandra Clare

A short story based on the character Magnus Bane from “The Mortal Instruments” series.

Genre= Fantasy, Magic

Fans of “The Mortal Instrument” series, especially fans of the character, Magnus Bane, will no doubt enjoy this companion story. It is certainly an intriguing look into his past adventures in Peru, with the occasional touch of humour but at times the story seems a tad self-indulgent and the ending may disappoint some.

 

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THE BANE CHRONICLES 2: The Runaway Queen by Cassandra Clare & Maureen Johnson

A short story based on the character Magnus Bane from “The Mortal Instruments” series.

Genre= Fantasy, Magic

This companion story is sure to delight fans of “The Mortal Instrument” series, especially fans of the deliciously extroverted warlock, Magnus Bane. Set in Paris during the French Revolution we see glimpses of the Magnus we know and love: flamboyant, self-assured and clever. With its mix of gorgeous young men and evil vampires this story is a lovely excursion into the strange world of Magnus Bane.

A companion eBook story to enjoy

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A SLIVER OF DOUBT (by Michael Pryor) : A Laws of Magic short story

Genre= Fantasy, Magic, Adventure

Fans of “The Laws of Magic” series will thoroughly enjoy this journey into the world of Aubrey Fitzwilliam: filled with Magic, Mystery and political intrigue … with a dash of romance and humour thrown in for good measure! And if you haven’t read the series, why not try this as a sampler?? (The first chapter of Book 1 (A Blaze of Glory) is included at the end of the short story as an added sweetener).

Doctor Who Anniversary eBooks are a lot of fun

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DR WHO EBOOKS

Genre= Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, eleven ebook short stories are being written throughout 2013: ELEVEN Doctors, ELEVEN Months, ELEVEN Authors, ELEVEN Stories.

Doctor Who: Tip of the Tongue (5th Doctor) by Patrick Ness : ★

In true Patrick Ness style and upholding the spirit of the Dr Who series, this is a clever and funny short story with a thoughtful message underlying the action. Set in 1945 in the Deep South of the USA, the Doctor and his companion, Nyssa, must right the wrongs of racism, slavery and truth telling! 

Doctor Who: The Spear of Destiny (3rd Doctor) by Marcus Sedgwick. 

The action is fast-paced and non-stop, whilst the Doctor and his companion, Jo, travel from London in 1973 back to Uppsalla, Sweden in the time of the Vikings. Searching for a famous spear. But they may find more than they bargained for when they come up against the Vikings! 

Doctor Who: The Roots of Evil (4th Doctor) by Philip Reeve. 

This story takes a more traditional sci-fi approach as the Doctor and his companion, Leela land on a tree-like planet. Unfortunately for the Doctor it just happens to be a planet where they hate him and every living thing appears to seek vengeance upon him. Can the Doctor (and his beloved scarf) get them out of this fix?