City of Lost Souls

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Walker, 2012 - Demonology - 552 pages
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"When Jace and Clary meet again, Clary is horrified to discover that the demon Lilith's magic has bound her beloved Jace together with her evil brother Sebastian, and that Jace has become a servant of evil. The Clave is out to destroy Sebastian, but there is no way to harm one boy without destroying the other. As Alec, Magnus, Simon, and Isabelle wheedle and bargain with Seelies, demons, and the merciless Iron Sisters to try to save Jace, Clary plays a dangerous game of her own"--Publisher's website. Suggested level: secondary.

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User Review  - wanderlustlover - LibraryThing

Another whirlwind run through this world, fast and heavy-hearted for our bunch. From trial to trial, from lesson to lesson, from hard chances and choices each time. I loved how twisted it go. I love ... Read full review

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User Review  - tuusannuuska - LibraryThing

3,1 stars All the stars this book gets go to the world, the side characters, and to how easy this was to read. Also to the slight bursts of humor sprinkled here and there. I don't want to put too much ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Cassandra Clare was born Judith Rumelt on July 27, 1973, in Teheran, Iran. After college, she lived in Los Angeles and New York where she worked at various entertainment magazines. She became a full-time author in 2006. Her first novel, City of Bones, was published in 2007 and received numerous awards including an American Library Association Teens Top Ten Award in 2008, the Abraham Lincoln Illinois High School Book Award in 2010, and the Pacific Northwest Library Association Young Reader's Choice Award in 2010. Her works include The Mortal Instruments series, the Infernal Devices trilogy, Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd, the Magisterium series written with Holly Black, and The Dark Artifices series.

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