City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments Series #3)

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To save her mother's life, Clary must travel to the City of Glass, the ancestral home of the Shadowhunters -- never mind that enter-ing the city without permission is against the Law, and breaking the Law could mean death. To make things worse, she learns that Jace does not want her there, and Simon has been thrown in prison by the Shadowhunters, who are deeply suspicious of a vampire who can withstand sunlight.

As Clary uncovers more about her family's past, she finds an ally ...

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Overview

To save her mother's life, Clary must travel to the City of Glass, the ancestral home of the Shadowhunters -- never mind that enter-ing the city without permission is against the Law, and breaking the Law could mean death. To make things worse, she learns that Jace does not want her there, and Simon has been thrown in prison by the Shadowhunters, who are deeply suspicious of a vampire who can withstand sunlight.

As Clary uncovers more about her family's past, she finds an ally in mysterious Shadow-hunter Sebastian. With Valentine mustering the full force of his power to destroy all Shadow-hunters forever, their only chance to defeat him is to fight alongside their eternal enemies. But can Downworlders and Shadowhunters put aside their hatred to work together? While Jace realizes exactly how much he's willing to risk for Clary, can she harness her newfound powers to help save the Glass City -- whatever the cost?

Love is a mortal sin and the secrets of the past prove deadly as Clary and Jace face down Valentine in the final installment of the New York Times bestselling trilogy The Mortal Instruments.

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The trilogy clincher of Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments bristles with action. Clary, Jace, Simon, Isabelle, Alec, and the rest of the Shadowhunters crew have already survived their fair share of troubles, but things grow even more intense before the dawn finally breaks.
Children's Literature - Amie Rose Rotruck
In the final title of the "Mortal Instruments" trilogy, Clary faces some of her greatest challenges. Her mother's life is endangered and to save her, Clary must journey to the City of Glass, ancient home to the Shadowhunters. Once she arrives there, she finds that saving her mother is only one of many troubles in the City. Simon is imprisoned for being a vampire, especially since he can withstand sunlight. Jace is distant as he and Clary struggle with their feelings for each other, forbidden since they found out they are siblings. Jace's father Valentine now seeks to destroy all the Shadowhunters and the only hope the Shadowhunters have of defeating him is to ally with the downworlders. When Clary finally reaches her mother, many of Clary's ideas and facts she thought she knew are turned upside down. Although Clare has created a very intricate world with very intricate relationships, a reader who missed the first two books in the trilogy can catch on quickly. First time readers are soon as immersed in this amazing fantasy as the fans who eagerly awaited this conclusion. The world is incredibly well conceived and all of the characters are simply fascinating. Clare is a worthy heir to the void left after the last Harry Potter book was published. Reviewer: Amie Rose Rotruck
School Library Journal
Gr 8 Up–In the two previous books, Clary learns that she is a member of a race of demon-hunters and that she has the special ability to create new versions of the runes that give these Shadowhunters their power. Her mother has been hiding the truth from her for years to protect her from her father, Valentine, a cult-leader-turned-villain who is seeking to gain control over the Shadowhunters by obtaining the three Mortal Instruments. Now, Valentine has only one Mortal Instrument left to find, and the Shadowhunters must ally with the despised Downworlders, including vampires, werewolves, and fairies, to prepare their final defense. The question of whether Clary will be able to harness her unique abilities in time to help–and whether they will let her–is sidelined by the question of whether her love interest, Jace, is really her brother. Though the story is hampered by predictability and overblown writing, Clare continues her talent for mixing hip, modern humor with traditional fantasy, and fans eagerly awaiting the series conclusion should come away more than satisfied.–Eliza Langhans, Hatfield Public Library, MA
Kirkus Reviews
How could things possibly work out for Shadowhunter Clary in this trilogy conclusion? Her mother's still in a coma, her boyfriend Jace is still her brother and her best friend Simon is still a vampire. As the Shadowhunters prepare for war against the army of demons raised by Clary's father, Valentine, Clary's bound for inspection in Idris, the Shadowhunter country. She's joined there by Simon and her werewolf father-figure Luke, though as Downworlders, their presence in Idris is illegal. Soon all the magical beings readers have met in Manhattan-vampires, warlocks, faeries and werewolves-have converged on Idris in a last-ditch effort to save the world. Betrayal and intrigue suffuse Clary's world as she navigates between angels and demons, politics and war. As lurid battle scenes cut to the requisite shocking revelations and angst-drenched reunions, readers will almost hear the John Williams music swelling. Derivative though it may be, melodramatic emotional wallowing has never been so much fun. (Fantasy. YA)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416914303
  • Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
  • Publication date: 3/24/2009
  • Series: Mortal Instruments Series , #3
  • Pages: 560
  • Sales rank: 38,575
  • Age range: 14 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 760L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 9.38 (w) x 6.88 (h) x 1.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare is the author of the #1 New York Times, USA TODAY, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly bestselling Mortal Instruments series, the Infernal Devices trilogy, and the Bane Chronicles. Her books have more than 30 million copies in print worldwide and have been translated into more than thirty-five languages. Cassandra lives in western Massachusetts. Visit her at CassandraClare.com. Learn more about the world of the Shadowhunters at Shadowhunters.com.

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  • Posted January 15, 2009

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    Spoiler Free Review of City of Glass

    It's a scary thing when you get to the final book in a series or<BR/>trilogy that you particularly care about. There's a certain amount of<BR/>apprehension involved,correlating directly to your emotional<BR/>involvement to the story and characters. Its tricky for the author to<BR/>wrap things up in a way that is true to the characters, consistent<BR/>with the themes of the previous books, ties up the story arcs, and is still enjoyable to read. I've never read the final book in any series that managed to seamlessly do all of those things.<BR/>City of Glass did.<BR/><BR/>The characters remained true to themselves while still managing to grow appropriately.<BR/><BR/>Clary was very Clary-ish. Particularly early on in the book she was<BR/>just as rash and independent and headstrong as ever. Watching her<BR/>character progression over the span of the book (as well as the<BR/>series), I must say that she usurps Gemma Doyle for the crown of<BR/>female protagonists in the category that I refer to as "Girls Who Do<BR/>Things." And she does "Do Things." Regardless of the fact that Jace<BR/>tried to keep her from Idris, despite the fact that<BR/>she lacks the training or even the in depth knowledge of their<BR/>society, Clary refuses to sit on the sidelines. She refuses to be<BR/>relegated to the role of bystander or victim. She was very true to the<BR/>character that we got to know in City of Bones and City of Ashes.<BR/><BR/>Jace, well, what can I say. Jace's journey here is epic. As he has in<BR/>every book before, he broke my heart. Watching him struggle with<BR/>himself, with his past, with things he cannot control...it is<BR/>beautiful.<BR/><BR/>The 'minor' characters (though I am loathe to call them that, seeing<BR/>how real and well developed they are) really shine here, too. They all grow to meet the challenges before them, and we see a different side of<BR/>*everyone* in Idris, though they stay true to the characters we knew.<BR/>To say that I am ecstatic about the character development here is a<BR/>gross understatement.<BR/><BR/>All of the story arcs--both for the individual characters as well as<BR/>the main conflicts--are tied up nicely. The foundations for everything<BR/>that happens have been building since COB. The resolutions are not<BR/>gratuitous or indulgent. They feel as if--rather than the writer<BR/>giving the series the ending she wanted it to have, regardless of<BR/>whether or not it fit the themes of the other books--the author<BR/>allowed these characters to tell their stories through her. It was the<BR/>way endings should be...but so rarely ever are.<BR/><BR/>I laughed, I cried, I squealed, I shouted at the characters, I yelled "Yes!" and "No!"Oftentimes I did all of those things within the span of a single chapter. It's an emotional whirlwind reading experience. I was<BR/>physically unable to put the book down from the moment I picked it up. And the ending? Well, the ending left me breathless.<BR/><BR/>I don't say this lightly: there are probably two dozen books that I<BR/>easily list as "one of my favorite books of all time." City of Glass is not on that list. <BR/><BR/>City of Glass *IS* my favorite book of all time. <BR/><BR/>For sheer emotional connect, suspense, excitement, character WIN,<BR/>romance, frighteningly believable villainy goodness, and moments that made me flail around like a toddler in the candy closet, it is<BR/>unparalleled. <BR/><BR/>So for those of you eagerly counting down the days between now and<BR/>March 24, take heart. City of Glass is well worth the wait. I had<BR/>really high expecta

    56 out of 66 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 23, 2011

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    Excellent Read

    I loved reading this wonderful book! It is a story that keeps you entertained for hours.

    52 out of 54 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 8, 2009

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    Demons, Shadowhunters, and Forbidden Love? Step right this way, please...

    The entire series of The Mortal Instruments is a book that rivals Harry Potter--and that's saying something.

    Full of magic, demons (definitely lots of those), action, and "forbidden" (read the book and you'll know why that's in quotes...)romance. Oh, and there's also the forbidden (without quotes) romance...but that's a whole other story WORTH READING)

    The characters are so well developed that it seems as though you've known them your whole life. Before you know it, you'll realize that Jace and Clary have snuck (or sneeked--whichever you prefer) their way into your heart.

    Completely unforgettable, thoroughly captivating, and utterly sexy. Read it.

    52 out of 55 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 8, 2012

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    Very good book with great story line. Kept me very entertained

    Very good book with great story line. Kept me very entertained

    24 out of 27 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 30, 2009

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    A Must Read for Twilight Fans

    I picked this book up after seeing that Stephenie Meyer recommended it on her site. All I can say it that I was not disappointed. After mourning the end of the Twilight series I was looking for a group of characters I could enjoy and Cassandra Clare came through with those. From the very first chapter I was roped into the world of the Shadowhunters. The relationship between Clary and Jace will keep you enthralled and wanting more. I was able to identify with Clary so much in her faith of others and her belief that love is stronger and will save rather than destroy. I will read this series again and this time I am sure enjoy it even more. I loved Twilight and the Cullen famliy but if I had to choose I would much rather be a Shadowhunter than a vampire.

    18 out of 24 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 16, 2009

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    CITY of GLASS by Cassandra Clare

    CITY OF GLASS is the third novel in The Mortal Instruments trilogy and you will not be disappointed in this final installment by Cassandra Clare. In fact, you will be taken on the roller coaster adventure of your literary experience.<BR/><BR/>Buckle yourself in for your ride as you begin City of Glass. It commences several days after The CITY OF ASHES ends. Clary and her family (brother Jace) and friends (the Lightwoods) must travel to the city of Alicante, the ancesteral home of all Shadow hunters. Clary's focus on going to Alicante is to find the person that can "help" her mother awaken from her coma like state, a fact that is supplied by her mother's friend Madeline. The problem with this scenario is that Jace believes that Idris, the beautiful city of glass, is too dangerous a place for Clary and will stop at nothing to keep her from going, even if that means that he has to lie to her and needs to enlist in Simon's help to achieve it. What happens next will leave you white knuckling your book and breathless and you take your first plunge, and just think your ride has only begun.<BR/><BR/>Clary soon realizes that she has been lied to and left behind and when no one will help her, she decides to use her special powers to enter into the city because she refuses to be a bystander. This action makes her an outlaw in Alicante for you CANNOT enter the city of Idris without permission, thus she ends up in a situation that nearly kills her. Luckily she has Luke to help her, but remember that he is a down worlder and his presence in Alicante is not good news....can you feel the bumpiness of the ride ahead? I know I felt some chills of dread.<BR/><BR/>When Clary is finally within the city walls of Idris and in company of Jace and the others, it is to find the city under much duress and weary over the impending threat of Valentine's wrath. This sickening doom lead Jace and Clary to investigate a "vision" and spend time together, moments that only seems to cause more heartache and confusion to an already forbidden relationship. Not to mention that a new character draws Clary to him and his presence will forever change how Clary feels about Jace. These moments are the G-force emotions that leave your heart in your stomach and screaming AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! as you travel the loops this gigacoaster of an amazing story offers you.<BR/><BR/>The other twists and turns of this book ride are of the other characters in this series that have seemed to come forth and shine, such as the case with Simon. We have seen him develop from the awkward, love lorn geek to a confident, insightful and amazingly attractive blood sucker and we love him all the more for it. Any time that Simon is on the page you are drawn towards him and want more of him, as do others :). Magnus is always a welcome presence and you will not be disappointed as he manages to make his flashy, wise self important in helping Clary. Alec also grows into the shadow hunter that he was born to be and finally faces up to his fears (sigh). I adore the fact that the character story arcs were well tended to and you are left contented and happy with their resolutions.<BR/> <BR/>City of Glass is beautifully written and interwoven with amazingly unforgettable characters and moments, everything is brought full circle and I have to say that I want to get back on the ride and do it all over again and again.

    18 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    A-MAZING!

    This is by far my favorite book of the series. Ms. Clare's writing really improved with this book (not to say it was bad before) and it was simply phenominal. I do not say this lightly, but I think this book (not necessairly the series) is up there with Harry Potter. I've read several other series (including Harry Potter, Twilight, Gemma Doyle, etc.) and this is by far my favorite final book in a series. Fantastic! Buy it; totally worth the money.

    14 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 24, 2010

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    Cassandra Clare is a Mad Genius!

    I finished City of Glass and I have to say that The Mortal Instruments is one of the best series I have ever read. City of Bones crushed me a little with the news that Clary and Jace were really brother and sister. I was stubborn though and I refused to believe it. I immediately ran over to pick up City of Ashes. City of Ashes was even more exciting then the first book in the series. It was in that book that I realized why everybody is always raving about Magnus Bane. He is a very..sparkly character. I of course was also driven crazy by the end of that book when Jace "lies" to Clary and says he will just be her brother from now on.You are killing me Cassandra Clare!

    City of Glass picks up right after City of Ashes. Clary's mother is still in her magically induced coma but now, thanks to Madeline, Clary knows how to save her and the only one who can help her is in Idris. The reader hears a lot about Idris in the previous books but we are never really introduces to it until this book. Despite Clary's reasons for wanting to go to Idris Jace is determined to prevent her from going. Jace fears that Clary's heightened Shadowhunter abilities will make her desired by the Clave. After an unexpected demon attack Jace manages to succeed in leaving Clary behind but ends up bringing Simon with instead. Let's just say that the new Inquisitor is not too pleased to see a vampire come through the portal and he has some plans for Simon.

    Jace may have succeeded initially but Clary being the determined person she is creates her own portal and ends up in Idris with Luke anyways. Shortly after arriving in Idris Clary meets a new tall dark haired boy who seems strangely familiar. Sebastian quickly offers to help Clary in her pursuit for the warlock who can help her cure her mother. Valentine is still moving forward with his plans to attack the Clave and Idris. He has the sword and the cup and now he just needs the mirror. The only way to defeat his demon army may be for Shadowhunters and Downworlders to work together. Putting aside there differences and petty jealousies may prove to be impossible. Only Clary seems to hold the key to uniting them against Valentine.

    City of Glass is action packed and laced with declarations of love *squeal*. I can't wait to continue this series with City of Fallen Angels which is scheduled to release April 5, 2011. At least I will have Clockwork Angel to tide me over in the meantime and I only have to wait 2 more weeks for it!

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    9 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2010

    Knocking Twilight out of the Spotlight

    I didn't think there could be another Saga that could hold a candle to the Twilight series but here it is. City of bones, City of Ashes and City of Glass is a story that I just couldn't put down. Great storyline, character and emotionally gripping. I was pulled into the story from the first few pages of the first book. I hightly recommend this series to everyone that loved the Twilight series. I can't wait for them to make a movie for this one.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 16, 2009

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    If books could run... this book would fly! Leaving all other books in the dust (except maybe Harry Potter)!

    AMAZING! To be read again and again...
    This book is the third one in the Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare. As a first time author she is INCREDIBLE! Clare is now my new all-time FAVORITE author (Srry Stephenie, I think she beat you). This book has everything from romance and adventure to suspense, compassion, friendship, and it teaches so many lessons. This book is definitely, without a doubt, the best in this series. I'm so sad it's over :-( It's a great book...plus Jace is smokin' hahahahaha.
    A MUST READ! (first read though, City of Bones and City of Ashes)

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2008

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    Amazing

    I got these yesterday and finished the second one today (not even presents couldn't tear me from it)I absoulutly love them! I got on to see when the third one is coming out and i saw the picture of it and screamed then became sad that i have to wait like 3 more months but it will be worth it. I just want Jace and Clary to get together even if they truly are brother and sister. I was so mad that when she went to tell him that she loved him he final decided to be good and just be her brother grrr

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 14, 2009

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    disappointed

    Cassandra Clare has an amazing imagination. The characters are out of this world and the plot was great. But it's so aggravating when you have half of something but not the other. The writing was redundant, I felt like everyone was having the same conversation over and over again. And evertime the main character had a moment of intensity she drew blood, either she bit her lip so hard she tasted blood or she squeezed her fist so hard there was blood where her nail marks were... it's not intense anymore if you say it more than 10 times in the book. The end was predictable and lackluster.
    Being in this author's mind must be one of the best places to be but being in her books is aggravating because you expect so much more!

    5 out of 30 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 15, 2009

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    Why does Jace have to be fictional?--Amazing Book!

    From the moment I picked up the first book, The City of Bones, I couldn't put it down. It was torture waiting for this final book to finally come out, and believe me, I was in no way disappointed. This book, and series, contains just the right amount of action, romance, and suspense. IT WAS AMAZING! I highly, HIGHLY, recommend this book to anyone who loved the previous books. If you havn't read its predecessors, I feel very sorry for you. You're missing something crucial to life. Go buy the series and gain true fulfillment as a reader... yeah... it's that good!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 19, 2012

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    It's official! If I were a guy, I would totally go gay for Magnu

    It's official! If I were a guy, I would totally go gay for Magnus. Much to my dissapointment he is a book character, i'm not a guy, and Im straight as a pool stick. I really like the humor in this book. But what the hell was Jace thinking about while sneaking into Clary's room.
    &quot;Hey self?&quot;
    &quot;What Jace?&quot;
    &quot;I'm lonely.&quot;
    &quot;Well since I'm pretty sure you can't warm your OWN bed, why don't you hop in with Clary?&quot; - Do you really need to think bout that? Sometimes.. no matter how much I love him and how he's developing into a good charcter... I just don't GET him!! *Don't worry parents, there are no sex scenes in this book. I just wouldn't recomment to anyone who is not in middle school yet.*

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2012

    About as bad as the forth book of twilight.

    I think there is to much junk in the book to be enjoyed.
    A character in the book is gay and the main character is almost never in bed alone. How could anyone read such a disgusting book? I wouldn't even finish the thing. If you want a clean book with even more adventure read "rangers apprentice" or "fablehaven" or "beyonders" mpw those are books you cam enjoy.

    4 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 19, 2010

    Each book is better than the one before it!

    loved this and books 1 and 2...can't wait for book 4!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 23, 2010

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    YOU MUST READ!!!

    This series was completely amazing. I loved the first, and second books, and i DIED in the last book. I love this series so much! Now stop reading these interviews and go buy the book for yourself!!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 23, 2010

    Unforgettable!

    This book was the perfect ending to the Mortal Instruments series. It had everything that a reader would enjoy in a book. The romance between Clary and Jace is still strong, but the city needs them first and so they put it aside.

    Don't ever be discouraged to stop reading it no matter what happens. You may get upset at one point, but keep on reading because everything gets resolved or taken care of one thing or another...

    All in all an amazing book that won't disappoint you unless you honestly have no imagination.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 7, 2009

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    Not my favorite

    I read this series because supposedly, Stephenie Meyer recommends it. Although I find that VERY hard to believe. The TWILIGHT series has made me expect so much from books now, and so far, I've not found ANY that live up to the fantastic world that Stephenie Meyer has created! This series though, was boring. Totally boring. I had no connection with the characters, I didn't care what happened to any of them, and the love story was really, really weak. So I haven't recommended it to anyone because frankly, it was tough to get through all three books. I did it because I believe in starting what you finish. I obligated myself to read it to the end and I did. But I definitely don't recommend that anyone else waste their time!!

    4 out of 33 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 18, 2009

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    A Movie ending (as Armstrong's Chloe would say)

    Undine and Trout (Undine by Penni Russon), Schuyler and Jack (Blue bloods by Melissa De La Cruz), Chloe and Derek (The Awakening by Kelley Armstrong, and Jace and Clary-some twisty relationships, lots of suspense.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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