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5 I enjoyed this, but it just didn t wow me I also think it struggled finding it s footing after an epic book like city of glass, but I do realize that I should consider this last portion of the series to be it s own trilogy, since that s what Cassandra Clare originally had in mind I m glad that I decided to re read this before continuing on with the series, because I remembered basically nothing from this book and there is a huge reveal at the end that I m than sure will be an important plot line in the last two books.
I realized something, while being completely immersed in this sequel I ve been a bad bad reader, in the past, toward this series Not only because I ve postponed reading this book in my defence, I really had to finish Clockwork Angel first so I can actually know who Camille is but also for another reason entirely.
I didn t care I didn t care enough about the characters before, Alec Magnus excluded I didn t even try to I mean, I liked them enough but Alec Magnus were the ones I kept focusing on, in every single chapter and, when they weren t around, I was still thinking about them and processing and replaying in my mind what I ve just learned regarding them Or felt Craving for the next scene I ll see the lovely couple in was never something new to me And that s, I think, not right Being my favorite series ever, I should have paid
As human society evolves, so do its methods of tortureLet me start off this review with a small confession I liked The Mortal Instruments Yes, it was cheesy, it was derivative, and it was an embarrassment to good literature everywhere, but it gave me a couple of afternoons worth of guilty pleasure, and I was satisfied I enjoyed the fast paced action and the triumph of true love, and I was happy to leave Jace and Clary to enjoy the fruits of their labour in happily ever after land But then Mammon beckoned, and Cassandra Clare fell into the trap Not content with the adulation of her millions of teenyboppers and wannabe teenyboppers like me she decided to flog a dead horse In addition to her derivation of a derivative series The Infernal Devices , she decid I ahh, think that I.
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I literally just finished this book and I m at a loss of words to describe it Was it brilliant Yes Was it fantastic Yes Was it worth the wait Yes, yes, yes.
lord yes I feel like I ve been waiting for this book an entire lifetime Yes, that may seem weird, but that s how I feel There have been waits for books that I thought would kill me Richelle Mead s Last Sacrifice being a big one but none like this I was happy and satisfied when City of Glass ended, but learning that Clare decided to write books was just the icing on the cake It s been a while between books, but this was or less everything I expected and It was different and yet completely the same There s no way to pretend that the characters haven t changed that they re not different and that everyt The plot of City of Fallen Angels by pennenickel Official review posted April 14, 2011 An Open Letter to Cassandra Clare Dear Ms Clare,You re not Joss Whedon You ll never be Joss Whedon and or J.
K Rowling, so do yourself and everyone else a favor stop trying Yours Truly, Someone Who Deserves Their Money Back A.
A Everyone Who Bought a Copy of City of Fallen Angels P.
S What were you thinking P.
S No seriously, what were you thinking when you decided to revive this series Were you thinking at all Fair question given the circumstances Why couldn t you just leave well enough alone Are you controlled by greed Just curious.
S I hope you enjoy swimming in your money bin filled with all that ill gotten wealth The first thing I did upon finishing City of Fallen Angels Headdesk I know what you re thinking You re thinki Okay, let me level with you Just to put this review into perspective, I d like to make it common knowledge that I gave all three of the books in the Mortal Instruments five feckin stars I loved them I was not blind to their flaws, and they are not literary masterpieces, but they were far too much fun for me to care about what was wrong with them For the first time in so long I was able to just sit back and not cringe or roll my eyes or make any backhanded comments about the pathetic characters I took to the Shadowhunters, dug the storyline, and zipped through all of the books within two weeks with a grin on my face the entire time.
So what on earth happened here I was absolutely pumped when I found out that the awesome City Of Glass was not the end of the series PUMPED I waited, with baited breath, to rush out to Coles and get my newest fix, partly because I needed me some Jace a
While the third book seemed to leave off on a promising note, this book quickly rained on my parade Just when I thought that they were making progress in their war against evil , everything goes and gets messed up again The guys, in particular, were grating on my nerves.
Simon is a huge focus in this book He spends most of his time trying to juggle his relationships with Maia and Isabelle He feels kind of guilty for two timing both of the girls, who also happen to be friendsbut not guilty enough to choose or to stop This time around, the girls aren t the only ones that want to get their hands on Simon Wow, there s four days of my life spent reading this book that I ll never get back And it normally doesn t take me that long, but I had to self motivate myself with promises of chocolate If you just read one page , just to get through it.
I usually don t give too many books only 1 star In fact there is only one book I can think of that angered me this much and that was The Vampire Diaries The Return I only got 50 pages deep into it before I flung it across the room So I am very proud that I was able to finish this POS to write a review There is NO reason this book should have a higher rating than Mockingjay, a few Harry Potter books, and The Pride and the Predjudice NO REASON.
After all of that, I have one question for Cassandra Clare Was this some sort of sick April fool s joke Why was this even published Now before the fangirls come out to defend their master , le The Mortal War Is Over, And Sixteen Year Old Clary Fray Is Back Home In New York, Excited About All The Possibilities Before Her She S Training To Become A Shadowhunter And To Use Her Unique Power Her Mother Is Getting Married To The Love Of Her Life Downworlders And Shadowhunters Are At Peace At Last And Most Importantly Of All She Can Finally Call Jace Her BoyfriendBut Nothing Comes Without A PriceSomeone Is Murdering Shadowhunters, Provoking Tensions Between Downworlders And Shadowhunters That Could Lead To A Second, Bloody War Clary S Best Friend, Simon, Can T Help Her His Mother Just Found Out That He S A Vampire, And Now He S Homeless When Jace Begins To Pull Away From Her Without Explaining Why, Clary Is Forced To Delve Into The Heart Of A Mystery Whose Solution Reveals Her Worst Nightmare She Herself Has Set In Motion A Terrible Chain Of Events That Could Lead To Her Losing Everything She Loves Even Jace 1 City of Bones 2 City of Ashes 3 City of Glass 1 Clockwork AngelWhy is it, little Shadowhunter, that your angels are so cold and without mercy Why do they break that which will not obey themOkay, I m going to start this review off by saying that I am reading this for the first time in 2018 I know this is almost a decade old And I know so many of my friends hold this series close to their hearts and have a lot of nostalgia for it But friends, this was a damn mess Easily the worst book I ve read from Cassie Clare, and the themes were hella harmful and disgusting to read So, I m not going to say any major spoilers, but this review is going to talk about my thoughts and feelings, which will talk about some things that have already happened in the story, and themes that have happened in this book So, please use caution while r