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Clary wünscht sich ihr normales Leben zurück. Aber was ist schon normal, wenn man als Schattenjägerin gegen Dämonen, Werwölfe, Vampire und Feen kämpfen muss?
Sie wünscht sich nichts sehnlicher, als der Unterwelt den Rücken zuzukehren. Doch als ihr Bruder Jace in Gefahr gerät, stellt sich Clary ihrem Schicksal - und wird in einen tödlichen Kampf gegen die Kreaturen der Nacht verstrickt.
Sie schrie erneut und zog ihn fest an sich. Seine Augen waren weit aufgerissen und blind und furchterfüllt. Er riss die Hände hoch.
Clary war sich nicht sicher, ob er versuchte, ihr Gesicht zu berühren oder nach ihr zu schlagen, weil er nicht wusste, wer sie war. Clary" Ihre Hände glitten von seinen herab.
Als sie nach unten sah, erkannte sie, dass seine Hände vom Blut von seinem Hemd und ihre Tränen ganz feucht waren - Tränen, die ihr vollkommen unbemerkt das Gesicht hinabgerollt waren.
Seine Hände umklammerten ihre. Er atmete ein letztes Mal aus - ein rasselndes Geräusch - und sackte dann leblos zusammen. In City of Ashes geht es hauptsächlich um Jace.
Er wird beschuldigt Valentins Spion zu sein. And later we have to create fake conflict for them, because we're running out of actual conflict and apparently even Clare is getting bored of writing the same thing over and over again.
This is cute. So, besides Magnus's slightly creepyness and Alec's I don't see why I should like them. I mean, they aren't annoying together or anything, but there just isn't There just isn't There, I said it!
Okay, I said it! Basically, after a while, I was just looking at the screen like, Cuuute. Basically, what I'm saying?
Now what? That's all I can give it. Jace is a jackass. That much of a jackass. In fact, this meme doesn't even do Jace justice.
Jace is the reason I hate this book. Jace is not just a jackass -- he is a gigantic asshole. He bosses Clary around constantly, to the point where logic is twisted just so they can end up at the same place together.
He thinks himself higher than everyone else, picks fights for no reason to the point where he goes in a pub full of werewolves who just lost a cub no older than fifteen and berates them for feeling sad about this -- WTF?
The worst part? Let me tell you this, I don't give a flying banana leaf yes, running out of euphemisms here how tortured or depressed or loony this guy is, if he is an asshole he is an ASSHOLE, no questions asked!
I am not going to excuse him for it because he has a little wangst material! It can suck and suck and suck -- that doesn't give him an excuse to be such an asshole all of the time.
Everytime Jace comes up in the book, I want to curse at him. I want to kick him and scream at him. Jace ruined this novel for me than anything else.
The self absorbed jerk. If she wasn't such a Mary Sue and a moron, maybe I could like her. She can create her own runes.
Runes in this world are like spells in the Harry Potter world. Let's take Harry. Imagine he can create his won spells -- on the spot, mind you.
Lets imagine they always work. Now, make his dad Voldemort. He's not a chosen one anymore, but his dad being Voldemort should make up for that, amirite?
As in, wants to mate with her. Wants to run away with her. Secondly, she is an idiot. And by idiot, I mean utter and complete moron.
She is a block of wood. A prop. I was surprised that the story was even told from her point of view. She is rarely active. The entire novel, everything is happening to her, which can get vastly annoying.
She isn't as whiny as Jace, thankfully, and not nearly as much of a jackass. But she is just She is also a doormat. She lets everybody walk all over her -- and only protests when it has to do with Jace!
You'd think that after that long living in such an unpredictable magical world, she would have gotten a little bit of common sense and thought "Oh God, maybe Maybe I should listen when people who have lived in this world their entire lives talk to me!
She never contributes anything. The only saving grace is her stupid rune making skills, which aren't used in the slightest to actually do important things.
Honestly, if Clary was cut out of this book and replaced with a plant, I doubt it would have made much of a difference.
MAGNUS A delicate mix between, and, The first thing that set me off about him was that he seemingly popped out of nowhere, only to be a healing plot device.
Nobody had met him before, besides Alec. This is odd to me, because from their reactions upon encountering them, it seemed like they had no idea who he was.
Well, another reason as how I don't think very highly of Clare's writing skills. I don't care if I come into a book seventy volumes late -- there are some things I should be able to pick up!
This happens to be one of them. The second thing that set me off was when Alec sat on an end of a couch, only because as Clare narrates "it was as far away from him as possible".
I get that this might have been because he didn't want anyone to think he was Magnus's boyfriend. I can deal with that. But then we have number three.
There's something I have to tell you. This is important. You see, I'm not just seeing anyone. Isabelle and Magnus were staring at him with expressions of nearly identical astonishment.
In fact, I'm seeing a war—" Magnus's fingers moved, quick as a flash of light, in Alec's direction. There was a faint shimmer in the air around Alec—his eyes rolled up—and he dropped to the floor, felled like a tree.
Isabelle, who had been standing closest to her brother, dropped down beside him. But Alec had already begun to stir, his eyelids fluttering open.
A look of alarm crossed his face. Before I passed out, I mean. And it's not important. Or it wouldn't be if I was seeing someone, which I'm not.
Most unfortunate, but he'll be fine soon. However, I can move past this if your villain is actually menacing in the book.
Valentine is not. I struggle to care about whatever he does. Like, levels of runes one can preform. What happens if you draw a wrong rune, what makes a rune -- you know, actual creative thought.
Too much to ask, I suppose. Then some werewolves. Then Jace being a jackass. Well, eventually anyway Then some Well, somewhere in the story there are vampires.
Then, more boredom. And then we get a bad guy showdown It's a hell of a lot less interesting that that, though. More like this, And that's pretty much it.
Oh, more kissing though. Fourthly , I am bored So, I will end this review. I've pretty much hit the nail on the hammer with everything that annoyed me anyway.
I will state what I like. Maia Maia was one girl who I liked. She was interesting, she didn't stand around and do nothing -- she acknowledged Jace as an asshole and didn't try and throw him pity parties because he had a hard time -- she fought most of her own battles, and wasn't an annoying and whiny brat.
Maia and Simon Simon himself wasn't enough to get me to like him. He was a quipster, mostly, and his quipsterness with Maia's general awesomeness is a win.
Her personality can suffice for his. I liked them together. They had chemistry. They had something. That, was a win!
Things I didn't Mind Alec, Isabelle Concluding Over all, this book wasn't my cup of tea. And I would not recommend it to anyone.
Like Maia. And Simon. That was long. This if my personal opinion and IF you feel like making a rebuttal to my points, please feel free to do so. However, I'd appreciate it if you refrained from ad-homenim attacks aka Namecalling , saying I "don't get it" or "don't liek don't read".
I'd really appreciate that. Jace sank to his knees, still holding Simon's shoulder. He thought hopelessly of Clary, of her pain when she found out, of the way she'd crushed his hands in hers, so much strength in those small fingers.
I know you will. But it was too late. When Jace was ten, his father had explained to him all the ways to kill vampires. Stake them. Cut their heads off and set them to burning like eerie jack-o'-lanterns.
Let the sun scorch them to ashes. Or drain their blood. They needed blood to live, they ran on it, like cars ran on gasoline.
Looking at the ragged wound in Simon's throat, it wasn't hard to see what Valentine had done. Jace reached out to close Simon's staring eyes.
If Clary had to see him dead, better she not see him like this. He moved his hand down to the collar of Simon's shirt, meaning to tug it up, to cover the gash.
Simon moved. His eyelids twitched and opened, his eyes rolled back to the whites. He gurgled then, a faint sound, lips curling back, showing the points of vampire fangs.
The breath rattled in his slashed throat. Nausea rose in the back of Jace's throat, his hand tightening on Simon's collar. He wasn't dead.
But God, the pain, it must be incredible. He couldn't heal, couldn't regenerate, not without— Not without blood. Jace let go of Simon's shirt and dragged his right sleeve up with his teeth.
Using the jagged tip of the broken strut, he slashed a deep cut lengthwise down his wrist. Blood gushed to the surface of the skin.
He dropped the strut; it hit the metal floor with a clang. He could smell his own blood in the air, sharp and coppery.
He looked down at Simon, who hadn't moved. The blood was running down Jace's hand now, his wrist stinging. He held it out over Simon's face, letting the blood drip down his fingers, spill onto Simon's mouth.
There was no reaction. Simon wasn't moving. Jace moved closer; he was kneeling over Simon now, his breath making white puffs in the icy air.
He leaned down, pressed his bleeding wrist against Simon's mouth. Then Simon's eyes fluttered shut. Jace felt a sharp sting in his wrist, a sort of pull, a hard pressure—and Simon's right hand flew up and clamped onto Jace's arm, just above the elbow.
Simon's back arched off the floor, the pressure on Jace's wrist increasing. The thing is, I feel like nothing really happens in there and this second book has almost the same pattern as City of Bones : the bad guy wants something, he raises a whole army to get it, he gets it, the good guys get involved and fight 3.
The world is still quite cool. I give it points for the strange uniqueness, but it is definitely something there that seems a bit hard to touch.
I have moments in life when I am a doubting Thomas so I need to be able to feel a thing in order to believe in its existence. The world here feels at times too vaporous to properly touch.
Another good thing about this book was how funny it was. Besides all that good, I really must say that for now, the baddest of the bad is the romance in this series.
It is kind of lame and it kind of annoys me. I am really rooting for Alec and Magnus to save everything though.
The rest of the romance in there…girl stahp. I do think there is going to be some upgrading there because I seriously doubt Cassie Clare would leave things this awkward.
The romance is going to alter its cringe, I can feel it!! Also, a last cool thing about this book is the Seelie Court of the Faeries world building.
View all 43 comments. It was a fun read. They annoy me, especially in this book. Too bad most of the book was around them. I couldn't enjoy Isabelle, Alec or Magnus because they aren't so much in this book.
I actually really miss them. I hope Clary's character grows up already, as there were quite a few passages where I wanted to fucking slap her.
This book was much better than the first. And I love Simon. View all 12 comments. I know I'm not supposed to include spoilers in them even though this book is older than both of my children's ages combined , so it's tough to talk about a book to readers involved in The Mortal Instruments.
Either you've already read the book and likely are not looking for any additional insights into t 4. Either you've already read the book and likely are not looking for any additional insights into the story, or you haven't read it yet and don't want to know any specifics for a book that is farther down the line than where you're at.
Whatever the case, I'll just leave it at this: I loved City Of Ashes and am grateful for it's slump-snatching abilities to pull me out of the dark reading hole I was in.
I know I'm older than the target audience here, but I applaud Cassie Clare for her inclusion of diversity at a time that it really wasn't politically correct to do so in YA lit.
Wish me luck; I'm trying to catch up on all of these books by the time Queen of Air and Darkness releases!
View all 19 comments. Picking up where 'City of Bones' left off, 'City of Ashes' doesn't waste any time before plunging you right back into this supernatural world.
This book was packed with action and adventure. With ever-changing information and plenty of teenage angst, this cast of characters tries to stay one step ahead of Valentine, making for a highly entertaining read.
Still reeling from the news that they're siblings, Jace and Clary struggle with their feelings toward one another. Awkward doesn't begin to desc Picking up where 'City of Bones' left off, 'City of Ashes' doesn't waste any time before plunging you right back into this supernatural world.
Awkward doesn't begin to describe the dynamic between these two after that cat was let out of the bag.
Maybe it's just my wishful thinking, but I'm betting that somewhere down the road we'll find out that they aren't really siblings after all.
I just refuse to believe that they won't end up together. While the blooming romance between Jace and Clary came to an abrupt and uncomfortable halt, Simon steps out of the shadows.
With Jace out of his way, Simon decides to pursue his feelings for Clary. He's always wanted to be more than just her friend and now is his chance.
Soon, Simon finds himself experiencing a major, and unexpected, life change. Nothing will ever be the same for him. He is forever changed, as is his relationship with Clary and everyone he's ever held dear.
Like Simon, Clary and Jace begin to discover changes within themselves. Valentine made it clear that they were "different", but didn't give any details.
Little by little, they begin to figure out some of their unique abilities. Although it is early-on in this series, it is evident that they are powerful and their full strength is as of yet unknown.
Overall, I thought this was a great continuation of this series. I am enjoying these characters more and more as the story evolves.
I don't know what is in store for them, but am certain that we've not seen the last of Valentine yet.
I'm on to the next audiobook now. Shelves: fantasy , paranormal , series. I didn't go online, hardly talked, didn't eat ok so I did eat , didn't watch TV just so I could finish this book.
So basically I spent the whole day reading and I'm just bursting at the seams to read the next one. The tension in the book is so great that you feel like the characters are literally going to break from the strain.
Clary's mother is still in a coma and her relationships with Simon and Jace are fragile. At one point you just feel so down for everyone. Clary seemed to be getting in th I didn't go online, hardly talked, didn't eat ok so I did eat , didn't watch TV just so I could finish this book.
Clary seemed to be getting in the way sometimes. Like she is more a liability rather than an asset. No worries in the end we get to see some real gumption from her.
It's ever changing who is my favorite. I'll be thinking Isabelle is my favorite wait Luke is great I think it's because each and everyone of the characters have their own great scenes, so it's close to impossible to choose.
We see the same quick action sequences, same hilarious sarcastic remarks, and the same heart. Granted it can get over dramatic but that's why we are all reading it!
I just think it's precious how with all their shadowhunter abilities they still have to rely on mundane technology, like cell phones.
I must say they find themselves in some pretty sticky situations; the people and the cell phones. Jace is growing on me and Valentine is definitely getting more evil.
One thing that kind of bothered me was that Valentine doesn't seem too clever. He hasn't done anything like WOW I didn't see that coming.
He is suppose to be overthrowing the whole Clave, so he's got to be ultra smart right? Another little irk I had was when Simon was gone for the whole night or a good chunk of the day from his house, we never see the explanation he gives his mom.
In the real world he would have to deal with that, but as the reader I get the impression that his mom doesn't care. I doubt that's the case though.
Oh and does everything have to taste, smell, and look like metal? Just saying We are getting some serious hints that Jace's lineage is not what we think it is and I'm glad to see Simon trying to be the bigger person, however hard that may be.
I definitely thought the second one was better than the first. New characters, more knowledge, and closer to seeing how this is all going to turn out.
Bring it on because I'm ready for more! View all 30 comments. Well that was awkward. The pace was an improvement on that of the latter.
Simon was still awesome as ever. I also felt that Ms Clare branched out a wee bit with her creativity with the Vampire transformation stuff, except that I knew it was coming thanks to a certain Filipino minx who spilt the beans in a comment.
You know who you are. As for the abomination that Well that was awkward. No one fancies their own brother. No one. Now before you get all Captain Obvious on me: I too can spot the hints that they may not actually be related in the afterall.
This is not the effing point! View all 24 comments. I can't do it. I just can't. Screw this series. My problem with this series isn't the writing.
I'm not one to judge books by the writing since I am pretty terrible at it myself. My problem also isn't exactly the story, which I probably could like.
Sort of. I think. I don't know. But anyways, my main problem isn't any of that. It's the characters. How can you continue with a series when you feel nothing but pure hatred towards the characters?
They all just infuriated me to no end. Jace Wayland especi I can't do it. Jace Wayland especially. He was nothing but a painfully arrogant jackass.
I tried to give this series a chance, but that was pretty much the last straw. I simply will not continue on with it, and guess what?
View all 31 comments. Whether you know it or not. I will say that the majority vote was for me to just skip it all, but so many of my best friends wrote to me and pleaded with me not to.
So, here I am, continuing on. I truly enjoyed City of Bones more tha 1. I just felt like this book has too many Harry Potter parallels.
And it made for a lot less enjoyable reading experience. They were eating raw shanks of lamb and arguing about who would win in a fight: Dumbledore from the Harry Potter books or Magnus Bane.
The Queen of Faerie and her entire underworld quote. You all, I was living for that entire chapter, and twisted as the end became. I was on the edge of my chair reading.
Completely falling in love with the imagery. From the morbid dancing, to the fae feast, to the inability to lie yet to twists words like no one else.
I was living for it. And I personally love Seelie and Unseelie fae courts, and it was just everything I wanted.
If the entire book was set there I would have given it an easy five stars. So, in my review for City of Bones , I did this little breakdown for each character, and I really enjoyed it!
Not a very interesting main character. But especially Jace, because that boy does not care. All the Joe Dirt vibes. Also, just in general, Jace does a lot of shitty things in this book more on that later.
But, I honestly like him. I am not here for any part of this weird triangle, but Simon is the best point, in my opinion. Also, he got a whole hell of a lot more interesting in this book.
And I actually really like the Jewish rep in this book, all because of Simon. I love her. The star of this series, I swear to God.
I legit was tearing up at the end when he used his powers to… take a swim. Er sorgt dafür, dass sich möglichst viele Schattenjäger in Idris befinden, wenn er die Hauptstadt Alicante mit mehr als tausend Dämonen angreift.
Unterstützung bekommt er von seinem leiblichen Sohn Jonathan Christopher, einem Halbdämon, der es möglich macht, dass die Dämonen überhaupt erst in Idris eindringen können.
Die beiden Brüder duellieren sich daraufhin. An seiner Seite befindet sich Clary, deren Blut er braucht, um den Engel heraufzubeschwören.
Valentin tötet Jace. Er fordert von dem Engel dessen Blut, um eine neue Generation besserer Schattenjäger kreieren zu können. Der Engel tötet Valentin und bietet Clary an, ihr einen Wunsch zu erfüllen, sie wünscht sich Jace zurück, was sie von dem Engel auch bekommt.
Clary und Jace kommen zusammen. Im vierten Band kämpfen Clary, Jace und Simon gegen die Dämonin Lilith, die Besitz von Jace ergriffen hat und dadurch, dass er kurz tot war und dann ohne Schutzzauber wieder ins Leben gerufen wurde, ihn an Clarys leiblichen Bruder binden konnte, sodass beim Ableben eines der beiden der andere ihm unweigerlich in den Tod folgt.
Sie schaffen es, Lilith zwischen mehreren Welten zu zerstreuen, sodass es Jahrhunderte dauern wird, bis sie sich wieder zusammensetzen kann.
Im fünften Band wird Jace von seinem Bruder entführt, dieser möchte mit Clary sie ist freiwillig mitgekommen, um herauszufinden, was mit Jace nicht stimmt und Jace an seiner Seite eine neue Sorte besserer Schattenjäger heraufbeschwören, nur dass diese dann nicht an irgendwelche Engel gebunden sein werden, sondern an die Dämonin Lilith, und das auch nur bedingt.
Simon, Isabelle, Alec und Magnus Bane tüfteln währenddessen an einem Gegenstand, mit dem sie Jace und Sebastian so nennt sich Jonathan Christopher jetzt, weil er den Namen, den Jocelyn und Valentin für ihn ausgesucht haben, für unpassend hält, da ihn seine Eltern beide betrogen haben wieder voneinander trennen können.
Sie beschwören einen Engel herauf, der ihnen das Schwert Glorius übergibt. Das Problem ist, dass Jace nun himmlisches Feuer in sich trägt und alle, die ihn berühren, Brandwunden erleiden.