If Clary left the world of the Shadowhunters behind, it would mean more time with her best friend, Simon. But the Shadowhunting world isn't ready to let her go-especially her handsome, infuriating, newfound brother, Jace. And Clary's only chance to help her mother is to track down rogue Shadowhunter Valentine, who is probably insane, certainly evil-and also her father.
Popular Posts. Watch Dune Movie Streaming. Trigger and content warnings for abuse, bullying, murder, death, abduction, captivity, outing someone, and incestuous things that is probably going to end up not being incest, but it still told in a way where it looks like incest. But, this book had me shook.
Jace legitimately does not care. He even says at one point that no one has to know and that they can just keep it a secret. Like, Lord, clean my eyes, please. I can only imagine what all you where thinking, reading this for the first time, being little kids.
Why did he have to specifically choose the blood sacrifice victims that he did? I mean, the spell legit only called for the blood of children of the four houses warlock, werewolf, vampire, and fae , why did he have to keep going after two of the most important and watched over ones? He could have legit got any random one off the streets and been a thousand times more successful. I mostly liked every scene without Jace being problematic, and I read it in under twenty-four hours! Yet, I do like this world!
I will for sure continue on with City of Glass , and hopefully I will enjoy it more! View all 47 comments. Anyone else? Who wants to do me? I enjoyed the introductions of the newbies, but sometimes, it felt like characters were being introduced for the sole purpose of acting as props, rather than actually being fleshed out fully. You can find this review and more on my blog , or you can follow me on twitter , bookstagram , or facebook!
View all 18 comments. View all 21 comments. It is known that middle books in a series usually suck and that they are bridges to the finale in a trilogy and this was the case here too! I hope book 3 is good again. Is he alright? I rolled my eyes every time that happened after a while.
I also think it could have been shorter. My favorites are Alec, Magnus and Simon. Jace is improving and I love how they keep roasting him to humble him. I preferred the first book but I think there is a good chance it will get better. I ended up giving it 2.
This is too boring and some characters are super annoying especially Clary and Jace. I found no reason why I should love these two although they are two main characters of the series. If you want Jace that much, just go to him. View all 33 comments. That is my main issue with this book.
I never like to start off a review with negativity, but I feel like I had to explain why I knocked it down a star. However there are a lot more positives than negatives in this book.
There are so many things I enjoyed, we see the building of friendships, relationships and others realising certain things throughout the journey of the story that was unfolded. This was completely action packed, we got a lot of Demons this time round and we can see the damage they can inflict, the book started off dark, and it sets it up perfectly for what is to come. The action chapters were so well done, and you get such descriptive detail that you can really picture yourself there.
I really enjoy his sarcasm this time around and just how much he cares for other people. Lets be honest, he goes through a rough time in this book, coming to terms with certain things and what not.
I think this is where we see him grow as a character, he takes the higher road in some aspects, and I was actually proud of him in many situations. Just rooting him on! It was a great introduction to Maia, I like how sassy she is. Izzy is undeniably so loving and protective over her family. I love how headstrong she is in relation to Jace and never ever doubts him. Luke is such a good father figure, I love how he takes responsibility for everyone and is just so protective.
Alec really stepped out of his shell in this book. He was SO good this time around! Then finally we get more of Magnus! What I liked? I was howling!
You have to let it be free to change. View all 17 comments. Wow City of Ashes was action packed and full of teenage angst. And I loved it! I feel this book focused a lot on Simon and all the changes that happen to him. I really didn't like Maryse, I felt like she really let Jace down. Poor Jace it was like no one loved Jace. Everyone turned their back on him or let him down even Clary. All he wants is to be loved! Clary had it hard too.
I understand where she was coming from. She loved Jace but can't be with him and she loves Simon like a brother but he wants more and she feels like she needs to give that to him.
She really had some emotional stuff to deal with. I felt like Jace really maned up in this book. He stepped up and did some great things especially for Simon. My hate for Valentine or as I like to call him Paranormal Hitler grew by leaps and bounds in this book. Cassandra Clare did a great job of writing a evil,psychopathic, bigot bad guy. I flew through this book in one day.
I got nothing done today but feeding my children lol. I just couldn't put it down. Great read. Now I am on to the next book and I can't wait to see what happens next! View all 46 comments. I really enjoyed this book. There are parts of the book that are brilliant, then then there are parts that are just ok. The main reason I could not give this book 5 stars is parts of seemed rushed if that is possible in a page book. The book is divided into 3 sections.
In the first Cassandra a does a great job of of writing the emotional states of all the characters. Clary and Jace's emotional upheaval at the revelation they are actually brother and sister. Clary seemed to be trying to hand I really enjoyed this book. Clary seemed to be trying to handle this by staying away from the shadow hunter world, and Jace in general. Simon already completely in love with Clary is providing a willing distraction. This is an example of being rushed Clary and Simon, go from a heat of the moment kiss to being called Simon's "girlfriend" to asking Simon to spend the night in her bed the same day.
Meanwhile Jace is channeling his emotional trauma into battle leading his "family" into battle after battle with powerful demons note we are told this is what he has been doing but after he is returning from the last encounter.
We meet the rest of the Lightwood family. With Jace already in a fragile state of mind, he turnes completely self destructive when his adoptive parents and the Clove question his loyalty. This book left me with more questions then revelations.
Maybe that was the point as soon as I finished this book I could not wait to start the next one. I also think the book could use more action, there is a big battle at the end, but apart from a couple of small skirmishes earlier, the book is more about placing the characters for the next book. View all 7 comments. Dec 27, Rose rated it it was amazing Shelves: year , challenge , re-reading , challenge I'm beginning to understand why people prefer Jace Wayland to Edward Cullen.
Is it March yet? View all 28 comments. Mar 29, Vi Vi rated it did not like it. This actually made me throw up a little in my mouth. Damn my masochism.
View all 10 comments. XD I love these characters! View 1 comment. Jul 08, Hailey Hailey in Bookland rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-thriller-paranormal , owned. These books are really enjoyable, even the 2nd time around.
I just love how much of a sarcastic asshole Jace is. Reread: January, 1st Read : July, This series continues to amaze me! I loved it the first time I read it and even gets better the second time around. There are lots of crazy and hilarious moments in this installment. The characters are all engaging and the way they interact really entertains me.
I especially love Simon and Jace's banters here. And that part when they went to The Seelie Court -- my favorite part! Although Jace kind of disappoints me with his moody attitude, I still can't r Reread: January, 1st Read : July, This series continues to amaze me!
Although Jace kind of disappoints me with his moody attitude, I still can't resist him in this book. The forbidden romance, the great character development, and the pacing of the book are impressive and all worth the highlight. View all 15 comments. Jan 14, Reader-ramble rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Do not touch this book if you value your brain cells. Shelves: why-does-this-make-money , ya-to-avoid.
The following review is filled with spoilers, whining, complaining, ranting, and the destruction of everything people love about this series. Please read responsibly. When last we left our intrepid heroes, Clary "Mary Sue" Frey discovered she was part of a super special group of people called Shadowhunters.
That should be two words, by the way. She falls for shmexy jerk-face Jace, only to find out that he is her brother and that they are the long lost children of stock baddie, Valent Oh, I c The following review is filled with spoilers, whining, complaining, ranting, and the destruction of everything people love about this series. Oh, I can't do this.
This book only had one thing going for it. Good pacing. But even that couldn't save it from a whole host of other issues. Many of them were the same as with the first novel: bad characterization, terrible metaphors, and inconsistency. Now that I'm the second novel into the series, I will bring up another issue Clare has: shallow and generic world building. A little dramatic, but I think you get my point. Now for the Character Breakdown! Clary: In my last review , I complained how Clary was just a mean, whiny little girl.
Well, this time around, she's not as whiny. She's just a complete bitch. I said it. Clary is a bitch. She strings Simon along, bosses people around, and yells at the poor guy on the subway who wanted to see if she was okay. I happened to be reading the Dragon Ball manga in between reading this monstrosity, and came across this panel of Frieza with his arms folded and a bubble that said, "Stop saying stupid things.
I'd post it here if I didn't want to get busted for copyright infringement. Cough, Clare. My point is, Clary is not likable, at all. I do not sympathize with her plight. I feel nothing.
Part of this could have to do with her Mary-Sueness. Clare wants her to be oh so beautiful, oh so powerful, and oh so wonderful. She never gets so seriously hurt that a healing rune can't fix it, and she saves everyone else with runes she pulls out of her ass.
At one point Magnus says that things can't be created out of no where, and then Clary does it. But then Clare throws in something about hearing angels, and then doesn't clarify.
No, the hat guy was the dad. He was the magical emperor, and that was his hat of power. The evil guy was the one with the mechanical hand that talks. The telephone rang. Simon set the bag of chips down and made as if to get up and answer it. Clary put her hand on his wrist. Just leave it. Simon looked at her a long moment before sinking back down on the rug beside her.
If you say so. She could hear the doubt in his voice, but also the unspoken assurance, I just want you to be happy. Not with worrying about Jace all the time and picking up the phone a dozen times to call the Institute before setting it back down, the number still undialed. If Jace wanted to talk to her, he could call. Maybe it had been a mistake to take him to see Jocelyn. Luke had watched him go with a clinical sort of interest on his exhausted face. Clary had said nothing in response.
There was no point telling him how badly she wanted Jace not to be her brother. No matter how much it would make you happy. Now the bed was a futon with a brightly striped quilt that had been a present from his sister, and the walls were plastered with posters of bands like Rock Solid Panda and Stepping Razor.
There was a drum set wedged into the corner of the room where the LEGOs had been, and a computer in the other corner, the screen still frozen on an image from World of Warcraft. It was almost as familiar as being in her own bedroom at home—which no longer existed, so at least this was the next best thing. More chibis, said Simon gloomily. All the characters on-screen had turned into inch-high baby versions of themselves and were chasing each other around waving pots and pans. Anime is wholesome family entertainment.
Give me that! Clary grabbed for the remote, but Simon, chortling, had already switched the TV to another channel. His laughter broke off abruptly.
Clary looked up in surprise and saw him staring blankly at the TV. An old black-and-white movie was playing— Dracula. Bela Lugosi, thin and white-faced, was on-screen, wrapped in the familiar high-collared cloak, his lips curled back from his pointed teeth.
I never drink. I love how the spiderwebs are made out of rubber, Clary said, trying to sound light. You can totally tell. But Simon was already on his feet, dropping the remote onto the bed. His face was the color of winter sky just before it rained. Toweling off his hair, Jace regarded his reflection in the mirror with a quizzical scowl.
His head ached and he felt slightly dizzy. Tossing the towel aside, he thought longingly of the sweet black tea Hodge used to brew from the night-blooming flowers in the greenhouse. The tea had taken away hunger pangs and brought a swift surge of energy. Barefoot, he padded into the bedroom and threw on jeans and a clean shirt. He pushed back his wet blond hair, frowning. It was too long at the moment, falling into his eyes—something Maryse would be sure to chide him about.
She always did. The supposed death, Jace reminded himself, that hollow feeling in his guts resurfacing again. The pain came again, stronger. He pushed it down. His eyes fell on the bit of broken mirror that lay atop his dresser, still reflecting green boughs and a diamond of blue sky. It was nearly twilight now in Idris: The sky was dark as cobalt.
Choking on hollowness, Jace yanked his boots on and headed downstairs to the library. He wondered as he clattered down the stone steps just what it was that Maryse wanted to say to him alone.
He reached the library and knocked once before pushing the door open. Light streamed down through the high windows and Jace could see the touches of gray in her hair.
She was holding a glass of red wine; there was a cut-glass decanter on the table beside her. Do you remember that song you used to sing to Isabelle and Alec—when they were little and afraid of the dark—to get them to fall asleep?
I used to hear you through the walls, he said. There was a barely perceptible pause. Then, Oh, you, she said. You were never afraid of the dark. He went, just slowly enough to annoy her, across the room, and threw himself into one of the wing-back chairs beside the desk. She turned her glass in her fingers.
How long have you known that Valentine is your father? Jace considered and discarded several responses. Usually he could get his way with Maryse by making her laugh. He was one of the only people in the world who could make her laugh. About as long as you have.
Jace sat up straight. His hands were in fists where they rested on the chair arms. His hands had always been as steady as his heartbeat. He heard the incredulity in his own voice and winced inwardly. That had been obvious from the moment she had arrived home. I knew Michael had a son named Jonathan too.
How long had Valentine been planning what he was going to do? How long did he know he was going to murder Jonathan Wayland—? She broke off, her eyes fixed on Jace. You never looked like Michael, you know, she said. But now I can see Valentine in you. That defiance. But he did care.
Would it make a difference if I did? She set the glass down on the table beside her. It was empty. And you answer questions with questions to throw me off, just like Valentine always did. Maybe I should have known. Maybe nothing. The things we said about him could never have applied to Valentine. You said he was a good man.
Anger twisted inside him. A brave Shadowhunter. A loving father. I thought that seemed accurate enough. What about photographs? She bit her lip. Help me out here, Jace. I never had a photograph of my father," Jace said, and wondered if he sounded as bitter as he felt. Maryse put a hand to her temple and massaged it as if her head were aching.
Believe me, " Jace said, and felt the tremor in his hands increase. She dropped her hand. And when he asked me to come with him back to Idris, I said no. She turned to look back at the decanter, as if considering another drink, then seemed to discard the idea.
I wish it did, she said. But there are so many reasons your father might want you to remain at the Institute. To complicate matters, someone in New York City is murdering Downworlder children.
Is Valentine behind the killings — and if he is, what is he trying to do? When the second of the Mortal Instruments, the Soul-Sword, is stolen, the terrifying Inquisitor arrives to investigate and zooms right in on Jace.
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