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#ShadowhunterChronicles

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"Stories about demon hunters?" (one of the posters even mention the Shadowhunter Chronicles):

https://www.reddit.com/r/Fantasy/comments/6eosmu/stories_about_demon_hunters/

"The Demon Cycle" by Peter V Brett look similar to Cassandra Clare's Shadowhunter Chronicles (it is also a young adult series like the Shadowhunter Chronicles from what I gathered). A "mother of all demons" raising armies, demon hunters with their bodies covered in supernatural runes, magical wards, people fighting demons to save the world, etc. Because it seems so similar to the Shadowhunter Chronicles I wanted to read it so I went to my local library but they only had the first four volumes. I checked out the Nelligan catalogue online. Montreal's network of public libraries offers information about the 56 libraries across the island of Montreal as well as access to the online Nelligan catalogue. You can put books on hold and have them transfered from others libraries in the network to your local/nearest library.

Not a single one of the 56 public libraries across the island of Montreal has a single copy of the fifth and final volume in Peter V. Brett's Demon Cycle ("The Core"), neither in english nor in french (I'm french Canadian, my native language is french, but I speak english fluently, I'm bilingual). The original, the english version, was released last year in 2017, and the french translation was released just two months ago. Yet not a single one of the 56 public libraries across the island of Montreal has a single copy of this book.

With my budget, I can't afford luxury like books and novels, so I borrow them from my local public library or put them on hold and have transfered from other public libraries in the network to my local/nearest public libraries, and I read them for free. Thank God for public libraries, without which people who are relatively poor or people with low-income would not have access to decent, let alone good, entertainment (books/novels, DVDs, video games, etc). At my local public library, we can fill out a purchase suggestion form, I filled one out for this book. I practically begged them to buy a copy of the final volume, and pointed out that they have the first four and that they are missing only the last one.

If one of the 56 libraries in the network buy a copy of the fifth and final volume (or better yet, several copies, considering there are always some idiots who leave with a copy and never return it or that one of the libraries doesn't take the money for a lost or damaged copy to buy another copy to replace it and decide to put the money on something else, it would be good if the public library network bought two or three copies of the final volume like they did with the first four instead of buying just one copy), then I'll definitely read all five of them. But there's just no way I'm even going to read the first one until they own at least one copy of the fifth and final book, I hate starting a series that I can't finish because there are volumes missing.

But I definitely can't wait to read this series. I've heard a shit ton of positive things about it from many folks who read it. Other people hate the series, but that's them. Either way, I want to make my own opinion about them and its similarity to the Shadowhunter Chronicles make me want to read it. Many books have been inspired by LOTR, the Wizard of Oz, etc, etc. Maybe this series was inspired, even if "loosely" on the Shadowhunter Chronicles. And even if it wasn't the case or wasn't intentional, it's similar enough to the Shadowhunter Chronicles that it's definitely worth giving it a try and making your own opinion about them as to whether you like this series or not.

"The Demon Cycle", by Peter V. Brett:

Volume 1: The warded/painted man
Volume 2: The desert spear
Volume 3: The daylight war
Volume 4: The Skull Throne
Volume 5: The Core

There's also a book entitled, "Brayan's Gold", it's volume 1.5 and it should be read in between volume 1 and volume 2 from what I heard.

The other two suggestions mentioned in the post in the link above, "The Rai-Kirah trilogy" by Carol Berg, and "The John Cleaver series" by Dan Wells, seem interesting too. I might try them.

I found eight interesting videos about "The Demon Cycle" by Peter V. Brett (some of them are interviews with the author), we can watch that while we wait for the opportunity to read the books:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbTGmSroUyA (a fanmade book trailer for "The warded/painted man")

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AbbWMALW60

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Co0FawGHgXk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlCc1apCcMs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRwaPMf4q6k

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjamj4Z4ouo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w7goySywHg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWSxMLgqY_8

And there's this:

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/blog/sci-fi-fantasy/5-reasons-binge-read-demon-cycle/

http://www.petervbrett.com/2018/04/12/new-demon-cycle-series/comment-page-1/

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