The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Free Comic Book Day Preview of THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS CITY OF BONES 1 This is also a flip book preview of The Stuff of Legend.
The Mortal Instruments City of Bones Free Comic Book Day Preview of THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS CITY OF BONES This is also a flip book preview of The Stuff of Legend

  • Title: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
  • Author: Cassandra Clare Mike Raicht Nicole Virella Jeremy Mohler
  • ISBN: 9786492418868
  • Page: 111
  • Format: None
  • 1 thought on “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”

    1. March 15th, 2015 The book City of Bones by Cassandra Clare was a type of fantasy book that an imaginative reader would enjoy a lot. The main character, Clarissa (Clary) lives in New York with her mother, Jocelyn and her mother's friend, Luke. Clary's best friend is Simon, and they do almost everything together. Clary often finds herself drawing a strange symbol that just always comes to her head, and one day she and Simon go to a party. In that party Clary sees three teenagers her age murdering [...]

    2. God, the drawings were horrible. I know everyone's got it into their heads by now that JCB is Jace, but I've been against that from the very beginning and will always be. Whoever drew this graphic novel must have had JCB in mind as well because the way Jace was drawn with his long, flowing, Lucius Malfoy hair was horrifying.

    3. Ehhh I was hoping for more pretty drawings, and to be truthful, Jace looked horrible. Disappointed to say the least.

    4. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is the first book in a series of six by Cassandra Clare. It is based around the protagonist, a supposedly regular girl from New York called Clary being thrown into a world of demons and vampires and having to cope with the new reality of her world and the lies of her past. Despite some flaws, I am pleased I have started this fantasy series and am looking forward to reading the rest.When I began reading this well suggested book I knew I was in for a typical f [...]

    5. **Spoliler Alert**NOTE: This review is for the book, NOT a comic sampler. Mistakes happen to the best of us.City of Bones is one of the most popular books on the market today, and for good reason. While most books have the stereotype of the "average" group of friends(EX: Percy and Annabeth in Percy Jackson saga, with Grover the third wheel.), meaning the characters are socially acceptable to some extent. In City of Bones, this is not the case. The main character is introduced into a new world sh [...]

    6. Me encantó este libro!!!!AMO a Clarissa, me parece un personaje bastante fuerte e independiente. Me gusta mucho el mundo que imagina Cassandra lleno de magia, nephilims, hadas, hombres lobo, vampiros y todas estas criaturas que solo existen en cuentos de hadas.Jace me parece un personaje interesante, un chico que ha sufrido durante toda su vida y tal vez por esto se muestra tan duro y egocéntrico y debo admitir que eso me encanta de el!Admito también que me encanta Alec, se podría decir que [...]

    7. I really loved this book. If you want a thriller with a little bit of romance, this book, or Divergent would be an excellent choice. I still need to read City of Ashes and the rest of the series but I have so many books to read. Story of my life. It's been a while since I've read this book, so I might be a little rusty on the details. This book is about a book named Clary, she finds out he is a Shadowhunter, which is basically somebody who fights demons. Now to keep this spoiler free, I'm going [...]

    8. I love this series - it's very original. This is the first book of the first set in the trilogy, and it made me see how much Cassandra Clare has grown and improved in her writing over the course of the years. While this book does hold its own, its difficult to compare with the fluidity of her writing in the Shadow Hunter and Clockwork series she wrote later. Once you're into her world, though, it's hard to not read the whole set of series, as they are historically connected, much like hardcore T [...]

    9. This novel was honestly one of the best books I have read. It was really exciting and I was not able to put the book down. Usually it takes me a long time to read a book but this was 500 pages long and I finished it in a week because I constantly wanted to read and find out what happens next. The only thing I thought was weird was the ending because it was uncomfortable when she found out one of the love interest was her sibling. But other than the weird ending I highly recommend this book and I [...]

    10. Quick read and hard to put down. More grown-up and believable than Twilight. Clare kept me hooked until the last page, and I can't wait to read City of Ashes. Not a huge fan of the relationship woven between Clary and Jace—definitely didn't see the twist coming toward the end of the book. But maybe something will happen between Clary and Simon, and then Jace will find out the tale Valentine told him was a lie. As a rule, you should be 100 percent sure someone is your kid before you tell them. [...]

    11. This book is full of description that is cleverly intertwined into the details. The plot twists near the end manage to make the reader distraught, content, and confused (but not in a negative way) all at the same time. Clare brings familiar concepts and themes of fiction, such as good vs. evil, into a unique world. Readers will attach to certain characters and resent others, and then completely reverse their original opinions about both.I recommend this read to anyone who enjoys fantasy and exci [...]

    12. One reason, one word to read this? Jace. If you need two? Jace Herondale. If you need three? Jace Herondale Shadowhunter. If you need FIVE? Jace Herondale Shadowhunter is HOT. As in fictional hot and devilishly attractive. Need more reasons? Read the first chapter. I double dog dare you.You won't be disappointed.

    13. Monday- 30 minutesTuesday- 40 minutesWednesday- 30 minutesThursday- 20 minutesFriday- 35 minutesSaturday- 5 minutesSunday- 0 minutesMonday- 30 minutesTuesday- 40 minutesWednesday- 35 minutesThursday- 70 minutes

    14. This book was a wonderful new twist on the world of teen magic, where the sense of belonging was nearly as important as defeating evil. Giant plot twist at the end, though. I really want to keep reading these!

    15. Drawings were great, but pictured Jace's attire differently. Glad dialog was kept. Wish this was available as a hard comic and not an online only thing. It would definitely sell if it was.

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