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City of Bones. Book One of the Mortal Instruments. Cassandra Clare. For my grandfather. Acknowledgments. I would like to thank my writing group, the. City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments). Read more The Mortal Instruments 01 City of Bones_Deleted Prologue Mortal Instruments - 06 City of Heavenly Fire. For my mother. “I only count the hours that shine.” Acknowledgments When you look back on writing (Cassandra Clare -.


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She sends Simon for help and she follows the group into the storeroom, where she witnesses the blue haired "boy" being killed; whereupon he vanishes from the room, with the explanation that demons "return to their home dimensions when they die. When she returns home, her mother, Jocelyn, scolds her for staying out so late. The next day, Jocelyn announces that they are moving from New York City to the country for the summer where Jocelyn's best friend, Luke, has a house.

Clary, upset by the unexpected move, confides in Simon that she knows almost nothing about her mother or her entire family. Simon mentions seeing thin, white scars on Jocelyn's back and shoulders, but Clary dismisses this. They go to a poetry reading where Clary sees Jace, one of the boys from the previous night, who privately tells Clary about demon-hunters, called Shadowhunters or Nephilim, and claims Clary is not a mundane ordinary human.

Clary answers a call from Jocelyn, who frantically warns her not to come home and to tell Luke that "he" has found her. The call ends abruptly. After failure to phone back, Clary returns to her house and finds it in disarray, and her mother gone.

She is attacked by another demon, which she kills with Jace's Sensor; and Jace brings Clary to the "Institute": the local headquarters of the Shadowhunters, where she is introduced to two other hunters, Isabelle and Alec, and the tutor, Hodge. Jace and Clary return to Clary's house and meet her neighbor Madame Dorothea, who has a teleportation portal.

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To find her mother, Clary, followed by Jace, rushes through the portal, and they land at Luke's bookstore and find Simon, in search of Clary. The three hide inside the store.

Luke returns with two men, Pangborn and Blackwell, whom Valentine sent to interrogate Luke about the Mortal Cup: a talisman sought by both parties. Luke claims ignorance of where Jocelyn hid the Mortal Cup, and refuses to negotiate with them or interfere with Valentine's plans.

Clary and Jace, accompanied by Simon, tell Hodge what they learned, and Hodge tells them about the Circle: a group of Shadowhunters that Valentine formed to eliminate all Downworlders vampire, werewolves, faeries, warlocks, and others , which Jocelyn, Valentine's wife, was forced to join.

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Clary and Jace go to the Silent City to speak to the Silent Brothers, who tell them that a block in her mind prevents her from remembering the Shadow World; itself placed by a warlock named Magnus Bane. Isabelle meanwhile has been given an invitation to a party hosted by Magnus. At the party, Clary meets Magnus, who says his spell is too complex to remove but will fade naturally if it is not re-enforced every two years , and was placed at the behest of Jocelyn for Clary's protection.

During the party, Simon ignores Isabelle's warning and drinks a blue liquid that transforms him into a rat. Vampires take him away thinking Simon was one of their own; but Clary and Jace rescue him, and restore him to human form.

That night, Jace takes Clary to the Institute's greenhouse on a midnight picnic to celebrate Clary's sixteenth birthday, where Jace then kisses her. As her memories emerge, Clary deduces that the Mortal Cup is hidden in one of Madame Dorothea's tarot cards.

Clary retrieves the Cup, but the demon Abaddon has possessed Madame Dorothea and is disguised as her, as he attempts to take it. Aided by Simon, they escape and return to the Institute where Hodge hands over the Cup and an unconscious Jace to Valentine.

Hodge flees, pursued by Clary. Hodge attacks her in an alleyway, but she is unexpectedly saved by Luke, who is a werewolf. While Luke's werewolf pack attack Valentine's followers, Clary locates her mother, who is unconscious, and also finds Jace, who says Valentine identified Jace himself as his son; this dismays both Jace and Clary.

Valentine entices Jace to return to Idris - the Shadowhunters' home country - with him. Jace refuses, and Valentine escapes through a portal with the Cup, smashing the portal behind him. Clary grew up oblivious to the shadow world and her real heritage.

Jocelyn, her mother, believes that Clary should have a normal human life to shield her from Jocelyn's past. She raised Clary in New York. Clary is an artist, like her mother, often drawing her emotions in pictures - her version of a diary. She lives a very typical teenage life until her mother is kidnapped. Throughout the next book or 2, Clary embarks on a quest to help her mother while adjusting to a life as a Shadowhunter.

She and Jace eventually develop a mutual attraction; although the revelation that they are siblings dashes their romantic hopes. There he is trained alongside Isabelle and Alec Lightwood. Jace grows up to be cold and arrogant to those around him. All of y'all commenting in need to get over it. I've moved to a different account. In fact, I can tell you that a lot of people whose opinions I trust say that she's become a much better, more original writer.

I've even considered reading some of her newer books. If you enjoy her writing, good for you. If these books she's written are important to you, I'm happy for you. My opinions are my opinions, you don't have to share them. What's really gross is the amount of bullying and personal attacks that are going on in these comments and in messages I've received.

While I do regret some of the harshness of the original view, attacking me or anyone else in the comments on either side of the fence is gross. I've received abuse about my looks, about my writing abilities I don't write , about my sex life people implying I should get laid , about my mental health, and even a few messages telling me to kill myself.

All because you don't like my opinion of a book. Guys, even if you hate this review, you have to see that this is way too much. I've grown up since writing this review and I sincerely hope that some of you have matured, too, since writing some of the hate that I've read some of of which I've deleted in these comments.

Please stop. Please move on. Therefore, I choose the low road - sarcasm and mockery. Oh, Cassie Clare, you so crazy.

I can only guess that after writing almost a million words of Harry Potter fan fiction, a bunch of people sucking your e-cock for stealing whole paragraphs from books and quotes from Buffy simply wasn't enough.

No, I understand. You had to capitalize on all that time spent typing up whole paragraphs from books and outlining plots that pretty blatantly ripped off from various films, books, etc. I get it. I'm sure that's how the Mortal Instruments came to fruition. It is painfully obvious that your dopey red-haired ingenue and snarky blond asshole were essentially Ginny Weasley and Draco Malfoy in Original Character clothing. But wait, you didn't stop there!

And seriously, though, why not just call the Mortal Instruments by their true name - the Deathly Hallows? But wait, it gets better!

Strong with this novel, the Force is - because somehow there's a creepy Luke and Leia thing going on with Clary and Jace which, for the record: dude, that's nasty.

How dare you let them make out and then discover they're related. Because I had to know in order to keep myself from hurling up my dinner, I did discover that this little detail does get resolved eventually, but I reiterate: that's nasty. I thought the point of this book was to make teenage girls hold their hands to their hearts and swoon, not make them want to upchuck with what I find to be your disturbing affinity for incest seriously - you had the whole six episodes of Star Wars to steal, uh, draw inspiration from and you pick the creepy incesty parts?

In a weird way, I found Jace's whole over-confident demeanor to be more like Han, which I guess is pretty on point with what happens in later novels.

In other news, I will no longer be referring to Valentine as simply that; he is now Darth Valentine.

Yes, I said it. I guess this makes Jocelyn Padme, except she's not dead yet. I must give you where credit where credit is due, though. Clary isn't a total dumb, annoying, doormat heroine, which is essentially my biggest pet peeve in the entirety of fiction. Instead, Clary is just dumb and annoying.

Why the fuck does she slap everyone? It doesn't make her a strong, venerable female, it makes her a psychotic bitch, especially since there wasn't a single justifiable slap she delivered.

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Also, she's a moron. Blind, deaf babies knew that Simon was in love with her. My dog knew that Simon was in love with her and the most complicated thought he has in a day is, 'gee, I think I'll lick my junk today'.View all 25 comments.

When I get time because my reading time is very limited as a writer, I'll probably pick up this book again someday because this series has had really good reviews, but saying that from what I remember reading this book for the first time, it just wasn't for me. Most of you out there have read the series so I won't run on too long. See more by Cassandra Clare. How does Clary define family?