A series dedicated to Magnus Bane? Oh c'mon, who doesn't like a hot warlock? With those cat-like eyes? Seriously, when I found out that Cassandra Clare released stories all about Bane, I thought I was the happiest person ever on earth, because the first three books of the Mortal Instruments had limited appearances of Magnus and Alec. And I craved more of them. But guess what, I was not. I was really disappointed with the outcome.
The title obviously says "What Really Happened in Peru" and this one has something to do with why Magnus was banned from Peru by the High Council of Peruvian Warlocks. But at the end, after those unending journey of him, it said that whatever reasons that got him banned from Peru will always be a mystery. Seriously? The adventures of Magnus along with his friends with those monkeys and pirates were quite fun and quite boring. But I never thought of Magnus in a state of being broken-hearted and how it made him insane. It somehow annoyed me. I just didn't like that part. But it was good that Ragnor Fell appeared in this series because I wondered what he was like. Overall, the story was just okay for me.