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CITY OF GLASS: The Mortal Instruments, Book Three

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How could things possibly work out for Shadowhunter Clary in this trilogy conclusion? Her mother's still in a coma, her boyfriend Jace is still her brother and her best friend Simon is still a vampire. As the Shadowhunters prepare for war against the army of demons raised by Clary's father, Valentine, Clary's bound for inspection in Idris, the Shadowhunter country. She's joined there by Simon and ... Read full review

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one word......amazing

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City of glass
Awesome

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I loved it. The plot was amazing. Highly recommended.

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I am in love with Cassandra Clare and her well written books of the mortal instruments and infernal devices. Cassandra Clare is the reason i want to become and author. City of glass is my favourite book of the series i read it in 4 days flat you know reading after school. Thisbook is amazingly well written it's packed full of characters, action, war, heartbreak and romance. this book is amazing and i recomend it to everyone. i also can't wait for city of lost souls coming out on May 8. 

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So far my favorite, because when everything came together in the end, I got to run around screaming "I F*CKING KNEW IT!!!"
Great books!
Really...amazing...books.
Read them.
Do it.
Now.
Or I will find you.
 

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I love this book, but I don't like how most of the pages are missing. They should at least put the first full few chapters in so the reader can get a feel for the book to see if they want to puchase the book are not even bother to read it.

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Absolutely love this series. If you haven't read it...You'll die.

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City of Glass is the third in its series called The Mortal Instruments. It is a good read, and I enjoyed it. There is only one thing that I disliked about it, and that was how the author, Cassandra Clare, has taken out one of the key characters named Luke. I mean he is still in the book, but he isn't as important in this book like he was in the first two. However, I do love how the author created so much emotion in the rest of the characters. For example, one of the main characters is named Jace, and he is always battling himself. It seems like throughout the entire book, he is beating himself up about things he could never control in the first place, and it just leaves you aching. Also, another main character by the name of Simon, has to battle his conscience because someone called the Inquisitor wants him to be in allegiance with him instead of Jace. The major theme in this book, I believe, is to follow your own instincts. Throughout the book, Clary must find a cure for her mother's self-induced coma, and she is always doing what she believes to be right. However, an underlying theme is to never just think about yourself, because throughout the series, Clary has often only cared about herself, rather than stepping back and thinking about her actions and what were possible outcomes to what she did. And that often cost her many things. My recommendation for this series is that you should read them. The series keeps you interested, and shows great emotion throughout each installment.  

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One of the best books I've ever read! I absolutely love it. I can't wait to read the City of Fallen Angels. :)

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