As I've mentioned before. I'm rereading the series after several years. I still love it. What I noticed after reading the first three books, is that it is obvious that Luke loves Clary and vice versa, but they never say it. Not romantically. I thought that was strange. I mean Clary mentions that when she was a child, Luke fed her crushed ice to bring down her fever. I guess for children you don't expect it, but adult usually do not have a problem expressing themselves to their children. I initially thought it was because they were shadow hunters, but it seems to come easier to the teens. Valentine and Jonathan are evil. Were evil. I couldn't believe Max was killed. That was so sad. This book is the most heartbreaking to me. Jace fines out the truth about himself. Finally. I do believe Valentine did love Jace. I think he wanted to love Johnathan, but he truly was a demon. I loved the way Ms. Clare told several stories going on at the same time. Clary had her battle, Simon had his and Jace was fighting his. She didn't miss a beat. So captivating. I do wish that the others fighting the war were highlighted a little. I would have wanted to know how Jocelyn and Luke fought together, along with others. I did love Izzy slicing off Johnathan's hand with her whip. Fantastic! In any event, this is a great story. On to the next. Enjoy!
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This book was by far the most interesting in the series! Cassandra Clare never disappoints! So many tears, laughs and smiles! Lovable characters and nail biting stories!
This is by far one of my favorites out of the series, I absolutely loved everything about it, all the mystery suspense and romance it was so enthralling. The plot literally pulls the reader in, what would happen when all the mortal instruments being put together and the epic secret reveals were so mesmerizing I couldn't put the book down. The main character leads were of course awesome as always and one of my favorites by far, the supporting characters were just as hilarious and great I just adore how the reader gets so many different perspectives and views when reading.
This series continues to impress.
so good i mean so good i mean very good i mean amazing i mean so amazing i mean it will knock your wocks off hnless you dont wear socks it is probably bc this book mnocked them off
This novel includes many unforgettable moments and unpredictable twists and turns. For once, ends happily... This is my favorite so far in the Mortal Instruments series, so READ IT!
I absolutely love these books!!! I hate when I have to put the book down. Even though I'm completely wrapped up in what I'm reading, I'm looking forward to the next book. I have only grown to appreciate this series more.
City of Glass was an amazing reminder of a book that was a true phenomenon.There where slow parts but that all contributed to the story itself. It was an amazing book and I don't see those a lot. Cassandra C. Did an excellent job and it is really worth the $5.00
This book kept me on the edge of my seat in every page. I loved it!
Honestly, the best book out of the series, best book ive ever read! The entire book had my full attention but maybe 1 chapter. Definitely read this book, but make sure to read them in order. Book 1 is The City of Bones, Book 2 is the City of Ashes. Book 3 is this book(City of Glass0, book 4 City of fallen angels, book 5 City of Lost Souls. Couldnt drop this book, i havent watched TV in forever. This book has great vocabulary, and probally has something in it for every reader. I can’t wait to see the second book come out with a movie :)
My favorite out of the whole series