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Each installment corresponds with a Magisterium year and is in order: Iron, Cooper, Bronze, Silver, and Gold.
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==Trivia==
 
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* The original book covers for the series are designed by [[Alexandre Chaudret]], and chapter illustrations are done by [[Scott M. Fischer]].
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* The original book covers for the series are designed by [[Alexandre Chaudret]], and chapter illustrations are done by [[Scott Fischer|Scott M. Fischer]].
 
* The screenplay for a possible film adaptation was written by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black in 2014.<ref>[https://twitter.com/cassieclare/status/512659242159853569 "We just [finished<nowiki>]</nowiki> the screenplay."] [[Cassandra Clare]] on Twitter</ref> The film rights were purchased by [[wikipedia:Constantin Film|Constantin Film]], the same production company responsible for the adaptations of ''[[w:c:shadowhunters:The Mortal Instruments (book series)|The Mortal Instruments]]'', in 2012 prior to the release.<ref>[http://deadline.com/2012/04/constantin-film-nabs-film-rights-to-upcoming-fantasy-book-series-from-cassandra-clare-and-holly-black-258924/ Constantin Nabs Rights To Cassandra Clare & Holly Black Fantasy Books] | Deadline</ref> By 2018, Constantin's adaptation rights to the series expired.<ref>[http://cassandraclare.tumblr.com/post/176744707109/last-question-for-now-i-heard-that-you-and "... but that option expired and they reverted to us."] Cassandra Clare on Tumblr</ref>
 
* The screenplay for a possible film adaptation was written by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black in 2014.<ref>[https://twitter.com/cassieclare/status/512659242159853569 "We just [finished<nowiki>]</nowiki> the screenplay."] [[Cassandra Clare]] on Twitter</ref> The film rights were purchased by [[wikipedia:Constantin Film|Constantin Film]], the same production company responsible for the adaptations of ''[[w:c:shadowhunters:The Mortal Instruments (book series)|The Mortal Instruments]]'', in 2012 prior to the release.<ref>[http://deadline.com/2012/04/constantin-film-nabs-film-rights-to-upcoming-fantasy-book-series-from-cassandra-clare-and-holly-black-258924/ Constantin Nabs Rights To Cassandra Clare & Holly Black Fantasy Books] | Deadline</ref> By 2018, Constantin's adaptation rights to the series expired.<ref>[http://cassandraclare.tumblr.com/post/176744707109/last-question-for-now-i-heard-that-you-and "... but that option expired and they reverted to us."] Cassandra Clare on Tumblr</ref>
   

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Magisterium Teaser Art
Think you know magic? Think again.
The Magisterium awaits...
During your time at the Magisterium, there will be five trials to complete — one for each school year. They will test your magical skill, your endurance and your ability to handle dark and dangerous situations.
It begins with the Iron Trial . . .

Magisterium trials.com

The Magisterium is a five-book middle-grade series of fantasy novels co-written by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black, published by Scholastic Corporation and Penguin Random House. The series follows the life and adventures of young mage apprentice and Magisterium student Callum Hunt from age twelve to seventeen.

BooksEdit

  1. The Iron Trial
  2. The Copper Gauntlet
  3. The Bronze Key
  4. The Silver Mask
  5. The Golden Tower

Each installment corresponds with a Magisterium year and is in order: Iron, Copper, Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

TriviaEdit

  • The original book covers for the series are designed by Alexandre Chaudret, and chapter illustrations are done by Scott M. Fischer.
  • The screenplay for a possible film adaptation was written by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black in 2014.[1] The film rights were purchased by Constantin Film, the same production company responsible for the adaptations of The Mortal Instruments, in 2012 prior to the release.[2] By 2018, Constantin's adaptation rights to the series expired.[3]

ReferencesEdit

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