Series: Le cronache dell'Accademia Shadowhunters

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Welcome to Shadowhunter Academy by Sarah Rees Brennan1
The Lost Herondale by Robin Wasserman2
The Whitechapel Fiend by Maureen Johnson3
Nothing but Shadows by Sarah Rees Brennan4
The Evil We Love by Robin Wasserman5
Pale Kings and Princes by Robin Wasserman6
Bitter of Tongue by Sarah Rees Brennan7
The Fiery Trial by Maureen Johnson8
Born to Endless Night by Sarah Rees Brennan9
Angels Twice Descending (Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, #10) by Robin Wasserman10

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