The Mortal Instruments: City of Fallen Angels Paperback
Part of the The Mortal Instruments series
Discover more secrets about the Shadowhunters as they fight to protect the world from demons in the fourth book in the internationally bestselling series.
To love is to destroy...The Mortal War is over, and Clary Fray is home in New York, excited about all the possibilities before her.
She's training to become a Shadowhunter and - most importantly of all - she can finally call Jace her boyfriend.
But her happiness has come at a price...This edition contains a map and a new foreword by Cassandra Clare.
Read all the sensational books in The Shadowhunter Chronicles: The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, The Bane Chronicles, The Dark Artifices, The Last Hours and The Shadowhunter's Codex.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 448 pages
- Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/09/2011
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781406330335
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Review by AmyLovsBooks
I wasn't bored reading this, doesn't mean it was all that great either. And honestly speaking, I wonder now what I found so compelling in the first books in the series. Its either that or I'm getting weary of this.
Review by NovaStalker
I continue to be bored senseless by Clary and Jace. It's not their fault I realise. They can't help the author not being very good and clearly falling back on her fanfiction roots.This book and I presume the rest of the series are at that point when you realise a narrative has continued past the point where it was originally meant to concluded. The whole Jace is having nightmares thing is such a nothing plot but as with the rest of this entire series the saving grace is the life and times of Simon. A daywalker vampire with the Mark of Cain is a very interesting premise and I've reached the point where I find myself skimming through the Clary portions of the story to the next time Simon shows up. To my surprise I'm enjoying the new Isabelle/Simon thing though the whole two timing thing at the start was amazingly contrived.Overall I'm hoping Simon continues to grow as a primary protagonist though I still wish the Mortal Instruments series had ended as a trilogy and Simon had gotten his own spin-off series. Clary and Jase keep getting dragged back into a story that doesn't really want them any more but I suppose some people just life utterly predictable and pedestrian 'epic' romances regardless of how boring it actually is.