Framing the Dialogue

City of Glass

city of glass“The old ways may never be the right ways again.  Just as the rebellion of the angels ended the world as it was – it split heaven in half and created hell – this could mean the end of the Nephilim as they currently exist.  This is our war in heaven, vampire, and only one side can win it.  And my father means it to be his.”

In this the third book in Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series it was no surprise that Valentine did not perish on the ship in New York.  Things spiral out of control for the Shadowhunters as Clary continues to try to find a cure to wake her mother.  She discovers that the key may be in the City of Glass (hence the name of the book) and she needs to find a way to get there against the wishes of pretty much everybody in her life…especially Jace.

I think that this was the best of the series so far and the ending was dramatic in the battle of good versus evil and as mentioned in an earlier review of this series our preconceived notions of who are good and evil are turned upside down.

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