City of Bones, #1 in the Mortal Instruments Series

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I recently read this series and I would definitely recommend it to any fan of the Twilight series. It has vampires in it, albeit they don't play a huge part, but they are present. The book is about 15 year old Clary Fray and she is trying to find her place in the world when her mother suddenly disappears. Who is this new guy she's met, Jace Wayland and his friends?

 

This book has action, romance, vampires, werewolves, and the main species which is Shadowhunters. Great series, maybe a little bit more for the mid/older teens than the younger ones. :smileyhappy:

 

PS: this book has 2 more, making it a trilogy. Easy reads, the level is not to difficult making it enjoyable.

Categories: teens
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by Brooke_is_AMAZEICAL on ‎06-26-2009 04:09 PM
Ya this is a Great series for 16-18 year olds i just ordered City of Glass, i read the rest in my school library
by drust on ‎08-12-2009 08:44 PM
im only 14 and i think that these books are really amazing
by phoenixstarr44 on ‎08-17-2009 10:14 PM

I can't say I found these books to be at all unique - it's a dime-a-dozen sci-fi/fantasy cliche with a twist that's a surprise but not unusual.  Also, I am wary of spending money on anything written by Cassandra Clare ... she has a history of plagiarism well-documented on the internet.

by spunkkmeyer3 on ‎11-25-2009 07:35 PM

GREAT. Seriously anyone would like these; they open a whole new world. The characters are amazing, its not ever boring (you'll actually need a breather here and there), its hilarious, there's love, action and basically this series is just plain engrossing. You'll never be disappointed trust me :smileywink:

Oh and they're my all time favorite books as of now.

by cheyanne95 on ‎02-16-2010 02:33 PM

Some of the best books that i have ever read in my life! I loved them everyone should read! :smileyhappy:)))))))))))

by Alexandria_Lily on ‎02-17-2010 02:07 PM

Absolutely love this book. All of the characters grow on you after a while. Totally recommend everyone to read.

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