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The Mortal Instruments

The Mortal Instruments The Shadowhunters touched by angels and charged with protecting innocents battle demons and other evil in the bestselling Mortal Instruments series City of Bones When Clary Fray heads out to the Pande

  • Title: The Mortal Instruments
  • Author: Cassandra Clare
  • ISBN: 9781442440432
  • Page: 343
  • Format: ebook
  • The Shadowhunters touched by angels and charged with protecting innocents battle demons and other evil in the bestselling Mortal Instruments series City of Bones When Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder Much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with odd markings This is Clary s first meeThe Shadowhunters touched by angels and charged with protecting innocents battle demons and other evil in the bestselling Mortal Instruments series City of Bones When Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder Much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with odd markings This is Clary s first meeting with the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the earth of demons and keeping the odd werewolves and vampires in line It s also her first meeting with gorgeous, golden haired Jace Within twenty four hours Clary is pulled into Jace s world with a vengeance, when her mother disappears and Clary herself is attacked by a demon But why would demons be interested in an ordinary mundane like Clary And how did she suddenly get the Sight The Shadowhunters would like to know City of Ashes Clary Fray just wishes that her life would go back to normal But what s normal when you re a demon slaying Shadowhunter, your mother is in a magically induced coma, and you can suddenly see Downworlders like werewolves, vampires, and faeries Clary would love to spend time with her best friend, Simon But the Shadowhunters won t let her go especially handsome, infuriating Jace Clary s only chance to help her mother is to track down rogue Shadowhunter Valentine, who is probably insane, certainly evil and also Jace s father When the second of the Mortal Instruments is stolen, the terrifying Inquisitor suspects Jace Could Jace really be willing to betray everything he believes in to help his father City of Glass To save her mother s life, Clary travels to the City of Glass, the ancestral home of the Shadowhunters never mind that by doing so she is breaking the Law, which could mean death Even worse, Jace does not want her there, and Simon has been thrown in prison by Shadowhunters who are deeply suspicious of a vampire who can withstand sunlight Luckily, Clary finds an ally in the mysterious Sebastian, who holds a strange attraction for her As Valentine musters a demon army, can Downworlders and Shadowhunters put aside their ancient hatred and work together And can Clary harness her newfound powers to help save them all whatever the cost City of Fallen Angels The Mortal War is over, and Clary is back in New York, excited about all the possibilities before her She s training to become a Shadowhunter and to use her unique power Downworlders and Shadowhunters are at peace at last And most importantly of all she can finally call Jace her boyfriend But nothing comes without a price Someone is murdering Shadowhunters, provoking tensions that could lead to a second, bloody war Clary s best friend, Simon, can t help her Everywhere he turns, someone wants him on their side along with the power of the curse that s wrecking his life Not to mention that he s dating two beautiful, dangerous girls neither of whom knows about the other When Jace begins to pull away from her without explaining why, Clary is forced to delve into the heart of a mystery whose solution reveals her worst nightmare She herself has set in motion a terrible chain of events that could lead to her losing everything she loves Even Jace.

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    1. Ishrat on said:

      Cassandra Clare is humorous, edgy and enlightening in this phenomenal series (The Mortal Instruments). The characters are well rounded and Jace has a certain 'bad-boy' allure that most females have learned to crave these days. The books builds up suspense right from the start and the author cleverly releases most of the suspense at the peak but somehow conveys that there is yet something to be solved and the audience is left suspended in mid-air. With all the paranormal creatures crammed into th [...]

    2. Eliz davidson on said:

      Some people will love these books and that is fine. I'm on book four now and it is only because I hate not finishing a story that I've continued. And because I had apparently already bought the set. The series reads like a story written by a 14 year old girl who wants to be a writer when she grows up. The plotting, the structure, the strong Mary Sue of the lead female character, there are some interesting ideas but nothing seems well thought out or at minimum well planned out. In terms of writin [...]

    3. Melissa on said:

      Wow. This series had me hooked from the first. It mingled regular humans, vampires, werewolves, demons and a new breed of humans trained for a life of supernatural war, known as Shadowhunters. Quotes were added from literature of old, to Biblical phrases and current authors. There are characters like Isabelle Lightwood, who believe every story or fable is true but does not hold to any given religion. I would guess that to be most of the other characters. Then there is Simon, a shy boy, whose fir [...]

    4. Ryan Vongpusanachai on said:

      I really liked this book and I found it quite enjoyable. Although in the beginning I thought it was about instruments and some weird stuff. I really didn't think It would turn out pretty good. It was kinda scary but not that scary :D but uh, i recommend u guise 2 read it! tench

    5. Jenny Jo Weir on said:

      Fantastic series! If you can get past the first one, the others are sure to do it for you for sure. Very good plot and great characters. I loved the development and how everything progressed. Very happy reader!

    6. Kaitlan on said:

      This is a must read series. It's captivating and suspenseful with a touch of young love wherever you go.

    7. valerie c: Rivero on said:

      <3!i just fell in love with this book! The whole shadowhunters thing was awesome (can't wait for the movie to come out).Every charatcer was great, like Jace the good looking boy, Isabelle the pretty mean girl (she's not tht mean) nd her brother Alec who is the quiet guy with his cruch on Jace then Clary nd Simoni read every single book (my best friend read them all before nd she spoils everyting! even tho i love her) but the last bookSPOILER!!!!in the last book Jace is now evil becuz he is bo [...]

    8. Kayce on said:

      In my point of view Cassandra Claire is one of the best righter I have ever encountered. Her books are amazing not just the mortal instrument books but all of her books. She make up these worlds that are so imaginative and clever that incorporate every fairy tale creature you can think of. It's such a fascinating world with their different cultures and traditions. I love the characters and how they each have their own story and own personalities. The focus in the book changed as it went on it wo [...]

    9. Madison on said:

      let me just say that i love this series more than any books i have read. Cassandra did an excellent job with the personalities of the characters and had an amazing imagination and very detailed. It was great how she put all different people into one situation. I love how she wrote the twist and turns that took your breath away. This series gave me more imagination and a passion for reading. I also love Jace to pieces and love Alec and Magnus. I also love the fact that she put this into the real [...]

    10. Erin on said:

      I loved this series. The first three books were amazing but I know some people feel that it dragged on with the 6 books. The fourth one was okay, and the last two were great. I am tired of seeing all the series I read be compared to twilight, and this is one of them. You can't compare them, and I don't even see any similarity. Since I started reading more in January, I haven't found a series I didn't like. But I guess some people are very picky with what they like, but I'm pretty simple. This is [...]

    11. Erna on said:

      If I were 12, I would give this probably 4 or 5 stars. Plot is really good but cheesy teeny bits in between made me cringe at times and giddy at other times. The way I would describe this in short is "True Blood for teens." Or Buffy meets Twilight with less vampiresThat said, I'm currently rereading it until I'm ready to read my next John Mayberry novel!

    12. peaseblossom on said:

      I actually read the books separately, but who wants to review all of them? They're actually sort of fun kitchen-sink urban fantasy, if you can get around the horribly creepy main romance, and the sort of pathetic 'main' character.

    13. Savannah on said:

      i love this whole series! just finished city of lost souls!!!!!! now waiting for city of heavenly firent wait!

    14. Alexandra on said:

      Summary for myself to keep up with everything that is going on in this seriesWe meet Clarey (innocent, sweet, artsy) and her best friend Simon (geeky, cute, friendzoned but totally in love with Clarey) and they are two normal teenagers. Then Clarey meets Jace, she is the only one who can see him and the other shadowhunters in glamour (Alec and Isabelle) in a crowded nightclub as they hunt and kill a demon who looks like a human.Jace curious about Clarey follows her, they discover that Clarey's m [...]

    15. Chamantha Wijayaratne on said:

      here on my father's account. being from Sri Lanka where we have strict traditions, all this "head over heels at sixteen" gave me a little nausea. other than that, language, incidents and sense of humor was amazing. my fave couple is Simon and Isabelle,(I always loved nerd+supergirl combination!) who think as much about others as themselves while Jace and Clary seems to think that world revolve around them. SPOILER: [I cursed clary in Lost Souls for not letting jace escape with the infernal cup. [...]

    16. Rachel Ann on said:

      They are pretty good books. They have the same feel as Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Percy Jackson. However, they do have more adult themes mixed in. I would recommend reading them before your children do. In a way, the settings are very similar to what I've heard in World of Warcraft. I wonder if Cassandra Clare is a video gamer I am looking forward to see the first movie, City of Bones, coming out in August 2013. I think the actor for Jace is a perfect choice. After all, only Clary sees him [...]

    17. Thanmayee Muppala on said:

      This series is central to shadowhunter plotline and consists of many other supernatural beings. The usp of the series is its gripping storyline with its thrills and twists. The characters are common from any other supernatural series, nothing new to explore.

    18. Sarah Eberhardt on said:

      Fun, and I loved the runes. Also great to see queer characters.

    19. Jan Troehler on said:

      I loved all of these books. When you finish the whole series read Shadowhunters Academy.

    20. Emily on said:

      Interesting plot. One of my favourite. Bring to on a road trip or a plane ride

    21. K Cone on said:

      I never liked fantasy before I read these books. Some parental guidance should be taken in parts of the books.

    22. Camille on said:

      Merveilleux romans dont le monde n'appartient qu'à lui. Irremplaçable avec des personnages attachants.

    23. aoi.midori on said:

      Hello there, fellow good-readers! :) I don’t normally write reviews, comments or rate books, because I think it’s something extremely subjective and personal. But in this case, I’ve decided to leave my comfort zone, and express my opinion. Mrs. C. Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series makes me want to point out and clear what I feel are some potentially harmful misconceptions.Now, before you ask, yes, I’ve read all five books in this series because I did like certain characters. And I [...]

    24. Lady on said:

      City Of BonesHidden RealitiesThis series must be read in order. This is the first book. I can't wait to read City Of Ashes to find out what happens next!Clary is just an ordinary girl who is an exceptional artist just like her mother. Her best friend is a guy named Simon who is in a band. She never knew her (dead)father but her mom's best friend Luke has always been there for her. She leads an ordinary (if boring) life until she starts seeing people in the club Purgatory that noone else can. Is [...]

    25. Mary Chris on said:

      It is unique and I'll guess that readers who love stories of adventures and magic (take Harry Potter series for example) will love this series. I already finished the whole series and it literally made me cry and hooked. Now I wish that I can be a shadowhunter and meet my own Jace Herondale. lol

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