The New York Times best-selling Mortal Instruments continues - and so do the thrills and danger for Jace, Clary, and Simon.
Can the lost be reclaimed? What price is too high to pay for love? Who can be trusted when sin and salvation collide?
Darkness threatens to claim the Shadowhunters in the harrowing fifth book of the Mortal Instruments series.
©2012 Cassandra Claire, LLC. (P)2012 Simon & Schuster
I might be a little biased about this series, I couldn't wait for the book to come out. This book had all the elements of what you would want if your into a bit of fantasy. One of the most memorable parts in the book for me was when the high warlock of brooklyn referred to a place called Dodowell. Im quite sure thats not how you spell it but thats how it sounds. There many much more interesting parts, but I don't wanna give anything away. I read this book in two days, it was hard to put down because you would wonder whats next. When the ending of the book came I was a bit sad because I still wanted to know whats next, I can't wait for the next book to come out.
I love these books and I LOVE Molly Quinn's narration. It's funny, but from the very first book, I pictured Molly as Clary. I love Molly on Castle, and for me, she is the perfect Clary. It's a shame they didn't cast her in the movie. She would have been perfect.
As I said before, I've always pictured Molly as Clary before she even started narrating these books. Molly is absolutely perfect!
Young teens that don't care about plots
The performance was fine, it was what she was reading.
The main character became this annoying brat that had zero vision and she was written as an idiot. She got more and more stupid with every book.
Don't bother with the series; huge disappointment
Seemed more like a teen novel than the previous ones.
May try the next one, not sure
Reader was adequate but didn't excel in this title.
Disappointed... felt the book was not written as well as the previous.
I LOVED THE FIRST 3 BOOKS IN THIS SERIES. I LISTENED TO THEM AGAIN WITH MY HUSBAND AND HE LIKED THEM TOO. HOWEVER, THE LAST BOOK WAS A DISAPPOINTMENT AND THIS ONE MORE SO. PLEASE, PLEASE, FIND ANOTHER COUPLE TO PICK ON. NOBODY HAS THIS MUCH DRAMA IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP AND STAYS WITH IT. THEREFORE, I AM BREAKING UP WITH THIS SERIES.
WHAT REALLY BOTHERED MY WAS THE VAGUE AND NOT SO VAGUE HINTS OF INCEST BETWEEN CLARY AND "JONATHAN/SEBASTIAN".
I HAD HOPES THAT THIS SERIES WOULD GROW UP AS TIME WENT ON. I SUPPOSE IF I WAS A 16 I WOULD STILL BE WAITING WITH BAITED BREATH FOR THE NEXT INSTALLMENT.
I PERSONALLY WOULD HAVE BEEN HAPPIER IF SHE HAD STOPPED AT BOOK 3.
EOD wife and loving mother!!!
I loved that Clare and Jace are finally together and happy.
It reminds me of the Sookie Stackhouse novels.
A bit annoying.
I enjoyed it more then the last couple. It left me looking forward to the next one.
Overall an enjoyable book.
Description could have said it was about vampires. I couldn't get through the first hour. The monotone of the reader is awful. The only reason I gave it one star is because you have to. I should have researched into the writer and the previous books and I would have known....if you’re a twilighter then you'll love this.
Better description for those who dont know her work.
Didn't like her monotone.
Didnt make it through the first hour.
Can I have my credit back?
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