SHADOWHUNTERS...
  • People who have never read TMI:Oh hey did you hear, there's a new sibling in the next episode--
  • Me, someone who has:IM GONE IM DONE I CANT WATCH THE REST SEE HERE IM CRYING AND THE THING HASNT EVEN HAPPENED YET LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE MY BABIES

I’m currently reading Tales of Shadowhunter Academy and I kid you not: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been in tears because of TID feels. I don’t think anything fiction has the power to break my heart as deeply as the story of Tessa, Will and Jem. As I mentioned a couple days ago I shipped Wessa hard, Wessa is my number one OTP (but at the same time I wanted Jem to be happy so Jessa feels), but this was the one series that had me shipping the friendship between the boys more than anything else. The bond between Will Herondale and Jem Carstairs breaks my heart every single time and even the slightest mention of the two of them has me in tears in now time. This series is everything. To me this is probably the most beautiful and at the same time most tragic love story in the history of literally, no other speaks to me in the same way.

So you just came here to torture me and talk about yourself?” Simon demanded.

“Oh, Simon, Simon, Simon,” said Jace. “You may not remember, but that’s kind of our thing.

—  Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, Cassandra Clare
Rant

I’m a huge fan of the tmi book series, even so that I’m currently reading again. I can’t say that I have read tbc or tid as of yet. However, what’s really pissing me of lately is the amount of hate the Shadowhunters is receiving. Everybody is bitching because ‘it doesn’t stay true to the books’ and stuff, well it would be boring if the whole thing was page by page of the book, you’d know what to expect at every episode and wouldn’t look forward to the next. Big deal Clary killed a Greater Demon easily, it wouldn’t be a 'TV Adaptation’ if everything was the same. So tbh you all need to shut up ruining it for those who are actually enjoying it, before all of your complaints etc. get the show cancelled.

Jon rolled his eyes. “Oh, by the Angel! I’ll do it.” He pulled himself up to his full, impressive height, rested his hands on his hips, and peered down his regal nose at Simon. It had the look of a pose practiced in the mirror. “We want you to tell us about vampires.”

Simon grinned. “What do you want to know? Scariest is Eli in Let the Right One In, cheesiest is late-era Lestat, most underrated is David Bowie in The Hunger. Sexiest is definitely Drusilla, though if you ask a girl, she’ll probably say Damon Salvatore or Edward Cullen. But …” He shrugged. “You know girls.”

Julie’s and Beatriz’s eyes were wide. “I didn’t think you’d know so many!” Beatriz exclaimed. “Are they … are they your friends?”

“Oh, sure, Count Dracula and I are like this,” Simon said, crossing his fingers to demonstrate. “Also Count Chocula. Oh, and my BFF Count Blintzula. He’s a real charmer … .” He trailed off as he realized no one else was laughing. In fact, no one seemed to realize he was joking. “They’re from TV,” he prompted them. “Or, uh, cereal.”

—  Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, Cassandra Clare