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The Mortal Instruments 6: City of Heavenly Fire by [Clare, Cassandra]
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'Start with City of Bones and prepare to be hooked.' (Entertainment Weekly)<br ><br >'Hugely anticipated.' (The Bookseller)<br ><br >'The Mortal Instruments series is a story world that I love to live in. Beautiful.' --(Stephenie Meyer)

'The Mortal Instruments series features a rare marriage of extremely intricate, fast-paced plotting with ample digressions into the emotional lives of characters we've come to care about deeply ... With a movie in the works, this is an excellent time for new readers to jump on board one of the most enjoyable series in YA. Smart, fun, and epic, these books are addictive for all the right reasons.' --(Locus)

'Cassie's writing makes my toes curl with envy. She is the rare writer who can write fast-paced dramatic fantasy with gorgeous language and memorable characters that you grow to love and worry about, as well as really funny bits that will make you honestly laugh ... It is rare too find someone who can do any one of those things well; to find someone who can do them all is just dangerous.' --(Holly Black)

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'Start with City of Bones and prepare to be hooked.' (Entertainment Weekly)

'Hugely anticipated.' (The Bookseller)

'The Mortal Instruments series is a story world that I love to live in. Beautiful.' (Stephenie Meyer)

'The Mortal Instruments series features a rare marriage of extremely intricate, fast-paced plotting with ample digressions into the emotional lives of characters we've come to care about deeply ... With a movie in the works, this is an excellent time for new readers to jump on board one of the most enjoyable series in YA. Smart, fun, and epic, these books are addictive for all the right reasons.' (Locus)

'Cassie's writing makes my toes curl with envy. She is the rare writer who can write fast-paced dramatic fantasy with gorgeous language and memorable characters that you grow to love and worry about, as well as really funny bits that will make you honestly laugh ... It is rare too find someone who can do any one of those things well; to find someone who can do them all is just dangerous.' (Holly Black)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3977 KB
  • Print Length: 753 pages
  • Publisher: Walker (28 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I2OSPQM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 824 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,601 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have just finished reading this final installment in The Mortal Instruments series which is a mammoth of a book (only slightly thinner than the width of the last two books (Fallen Angels & Lost Souls) put together) when compared to the others in the series and this is how a last book in a much loved series should be done so thank you Cassandra Clare. I have been absolutely gripped to the story from start to finish and although I am happy at the overall ending I am very sad for the series to end. I have already pre-ordered the first book in her new series (Dark Artifices 1 Lady Midniha) which has a short excerpt from it in the back of this book and also has some pre-series book building going on in this book and sounds like it will be another winning series and I am looking forward to it's release in 2015. If you haven't read The Mortal Instruments series yet then please do as you will not be disappointed.

The story follows on from the last book City of Lost Souls (The Mortal Instruments, Book 5) with Jace having the Heavenly Fire within him and running through his veins following Clary plunging Glorious into him to save him and break his link with Jonathan/Sebastian. Jace is learning or trying to learn how to keep his emotions in check to keep control over the Heavenly Fire and Jordan is helping him learn how to meditate. They are all called back to the institute and ultimately to Alicante as Jonathan/Sebastian has been attacking and targeting institutes around the globe in order to turn Shadowhunters into Endarkened.
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Do not get me wrong. Before this installment I was a huge fan of this series, the characters and the plot line that Cassandra Clare was so beautifully developing. When I got to reading the series finale however all of the fanatic feelings towards this series were wiped away and I almost stopped reading at one point, bored by the never ending and predictable plot and the characters that appeared to have morphed into something else entirely to how I had previously known them.

*SPOILERS FROM HERE*

With all the hype and excitement that was built up for this book I was hugely disappointed by it, especially as it was intended to be the series finale to a six book epic. In fact this book was probably the worst of the six and made me believe that maybe the author should have finished writing about these characters once the original trilogy came to a close. The novel was made up of 700 pages. The first 400 went well and appeared to be building up to a final showdown which was going to be both ingenious and terribly exciting. What we got instead however was a boring if not shoddy climax that was almost unbearable to read. The main battle was short and over in seconds whilst the other battle, which was supposed to be full of blood and gore, only appeared to involve a couple of fairies and a few Endarkened Shadowhunters attacking some children until, just at the right cliche moment, the Endarkened were destroyed and the fairies fled. I was expecting deaths of important characters, loving sacrifices and terrible moral choices to be made but instead the book ended with a 150 page conclusion in order to ensure that every single main character got a happy ending and, in the process, ruining the only plot twist which would have made the ending any good.
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It's several weeks after CITY OF LOST SOULS. Sebastian is moving against the Institutes, forcing those inside to become Endarkened and killing anyone he cannot use, including children. Panicking, the Clave orders all Institutes to retreat to Idris, where they build up their armaments and search for a way to reverse the effects of the Infernal Cup. Unable to enter Idris, Simon remains in New York, protected by Maia and Jordan while Jace, Clary, Isabelle and Alec try to persuade the Clave that Sebastian won't move against them in open battle and they need to find a way to outthink him.

But Sebastian has dangerous allies with a grudge against the Shadowhunters and he's always one step ahead. To defeat him, Clary and her friends must take their fight to the demon realms, even though going there means almost certain death ...

The conclusion to Cassandra Clare's MORTAL INSTRUMENTS SERIES is a bloated and saggy affair, weighed down by the need to close off every character's relationship while also setting up Clare's new series. The main plotline is painfully thin with none of the main characters actually doing anything to try and stop Sebastian, instead choosing to shout at their parents and other adults about how they just don't understand what is happening. The identity of Sebastian's allies is painfully obvious and it was irritating how Clare doesn't have any character ask obvious questions in order to keep it a mystery. I was bored by the many, many relationships in the book, all of which rely on characters not having conversations with each other or being interrupted when they start to have sex.
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