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When 15-year-old Clary Fray heads to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder, let alone a murder committed by three teenagers covered in strange tattoos and wielding strange weapons. Then the body vanishes into thin air. It’s hard to call the police when the killers are invisible to everyone else and there’s nothing, not even a bloodstain, to indicate a child has died. Or was it a child?
This is Clary’s first encounter with the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the land of the demons. It’s also his first meeting with Jace, a Shadowhunter who looks a bit angelic and acts like an idiot.
Over the course of twenty-four hours, Clary finds herself drawn into Jace’s world with a vengeance when her mother goes missing and Clary is attacked by a demon. But why would the demons care about ordinary earthlings like Clary and her mother? And even how did Clary suddenly get her sight? Shadowhunters would like to know…
Exotic and dark, exhilarating and utterly captivating, Cassandra Clare’s entertaining fantasy takes readers on a wild ride they’ll never want to end.
City Of Bones Book Pdf Download
The City of Bones in a young adult book, which is the first novel in the Shadowhunters series, also known as the Shadowhunters series, written by Cassandra Clare. This novel focuses on our main character, Clary, who witnesses a murder at a local club by two mysterious boys and a girl. She quickly discovers that no one but her can see these killers.
The killers are the handsome and arrogant Jace and a duo of brothers who live together. Clary quickly becomes involved with these three when her mother is mysteriously kidnapped by a villain and they help her save her mother. Soon.
This book is something that has been hyped up on Booktube. Emmabooks loves this series and I thought I should give it a try. The first impression was good. The beginning of the novel was captivating and I enjoyed the different points of view I had at the beginning, but that didn’t continue. This book is a fantasy novel that includes vampires, demons, fairies, werewolves, etc. She has them all.
The writing was pleasant to read, but sometimes juvenile. As this is the first book in the series, I can perhaps understand the lack of honed skill in the writing process, and I have heard that the other books show great improvement in this regard. However, I still felt that I couldn’t hurt the novel and I enjoyed it. The MC is also a teenager, so the language and narration were appropriate for the MC’s age and audience.
A lot of action happens in this book. It is very adventurous and includes many “quests”. I felt like it might have too many quests as it was a bit stretched out. In my opinion, the story of Clary’s best friend being turned into a rat and stolen by vampires wasn’t entirely necessary, but the action was good nonetheless.
This is just one example of a part that I felt was added just for length and more action. While there is action and fantasy, there is also a bit of romance between Clary and Jace. Jace is such an arrogant character that he made me laugh out loud for most of his dialogue. He was my favorite character just because he was a bit of an idiot.
I actually read to see the romantic subplot between them and was so happy…and then so, so disappointed. There is another story between these two that I honestly felt was unnecessary and I was upset that it was added.
It takes you to the second book, which is great for engaging readers, but I didn’t like the idea of this plot. Especially when you know deep down that it’s going to be unraveled in the next book or the next one anyway because it’s obviously going to happen. It was kind of a filler subplot, and it pissed me off. That really stopped me from reading the second one.
I bought the second and third novels halfway through this book because I enjoyed it. I don’t read much YA, but this was a good series. That twist at the end between Jace and Clary put me off. I started the second book a few weeks ago and I am no more than 50 pages.
I think it might be because that twist at the end of this book distracts from the second one, making the MC cranky, etc. But that was my biggest problem with the plot of this novel. I love romance novels, it’s my main literary genre that I read and that’s what ended my love for this book.
I think if you love Twilight and stuff like that, you’ll enjoy this book. Lots of scary things happen. The characters are adorable. I still laugh at Jace’s sarcastic comments and I liked Clary as a female MC. She is headstrong and not a Mary Sue in my opinion. I also loved the “silent brothers”. Damn… these guys are creepy. Just imagining them gives me chills. The descriptions were detailed and easy to read. There is also a card on the cover of my book, which I thought was a nice touch too.
Overall, I would recommend this book to someone who likes Twilight and enjoys reading in the young adult fantasy genre. I also bought this book like new from the Amazon marketplace and it was in mint condition. There were no torn spines or worn pages.
That totally excited me and my inner book nerd. I felt like the plot was too much at times and I didn’t like this ending, which in turn put me off the second one. But I still have the second and third books and will read them anyway for the characters’ enjoyment, and I know I’ll bet money that this ending is wrong.
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