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The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. 1 City of 2 MB. 2 City of MB. 3 City of 2 MB. 4 City of. 3 City of Fallen Angels TMI-4 · 4 City of 5 City of Heavenly Fire TMI-6 · 6 City of Lost Souls TMI-5 The Mortal Instruments - ShadowHunters. All Mortal Instruments books. They are epub files in English. Topics Mortal, instruments, city, of bones, of ashes, fallen angels, glass.

Third in Cassandra Clare's internationally bestselling Mortal Instruments series about the Shadowhunters. Discover more secrets about the Shadowhunters as they fight to protect the world from demons in the third book in the internationally bestselling series. Amid the chaos of war, the Shadowhunters must decide to fight with the vampires, werewolves and other Downworlders - or against them. Meanwhile, Jace and Clary have their own decision to make: This edition contains a map and a new foreword by Cassandra Clare.

Get the ePlatform app for iOS or Android. Her Shadowhunter world has captivated 40 million readers. The books have been translated into over 35 languages and have appeared globally on bestseller lists. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is a major movie and Shadowhunters is airing on Netflix.

Cassandra lives in Massachusetts, USA.

Visit her online at CassandraClare. Learn more about the world of the Shadowhunters at UKShadowhunters. She'd never looked at him like this before, no matter what he'd done.

You're all back. Max was small for his age-he looked about seven-but he had a self-contained gravity that, combined with his oversize glasses, gave him the air of someone older. Alec reached over and ruffled his brother's hair, but Max was still looking at Jace, his eyes shining. Jace felt the cold fist clenched in his stomach relax ever so slightly. Max had always hero-worshiped him in a way that he didn't worship his own older brother, probably because Jace was far more tolerant of Max's presence.

We saw the coolest stuff. There's this huge armory in Alicante and they took me to some of the places where they make the weapons.

They showed me a new way to make seraph blades too, so they last longer, and I'm going to try to get Hodge to show me-" Jace couldn't help it; his eyes flicked instantly to Maryse, his expression incredulous. So Max didn't know about Hodge? Hadn't she told him? Maryse saw his look and her lips thinned into a knifelike line. He craned his head to look up at her in surprise. Jace,"-there was a tightness in her voice when she spoke his name, as if invisible acid were drying up the syllables in her mouth-"get yourself cleaned up and meet me in the library as soon as you can.

We were all in on it. And Hodge said-" "We'll discuss Hodge later as well. It would only be fair. We all did exactly the same things. He sat propped up against a pile of pillows at the foot of his bed, a bag of potato chips in one hand and the TV remote in the other. They're trying to kill each other. This is the guy who's the mortal enemy of the other guy, remember?

He killed his dad. Why would they be dancing? Every once in a while one of them would speak, but since it was all in Japanese with Chinese subtitles, it didn't clarify much. He was the magical emperor, and that was his hat of power.

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The evil guy was the one with the mechanical hand that talks. Simon set the bag of chips down and made as if to get up and answer it. Clary put her hand on his wrist. Just leave it. He could be calling from the hospital.

She wasn't sure "happy" was anything she was likely to be right now, not with her mother in the hospital hooked up to tubes and bleeping machines, and Luke like a zombie, slumped in the hard plastic chair next to her bed.

Not with worrying about Jace all the time and picking up the phone a dozen times to call the Institute before setting it back down, the number still undialed. If Jace wanted to talk to her, he could call.

Maybe it had been a mistake to take him to see Jocelyn. She'd been so sure that if her mother could just hear the voice of her son, her firstborn, she'd wake up. But she hadn't. Jace had stood stiff and awkward by the bed, his face like a painted angel's, with blank indifferent eyes. Clary had finally lost her patience and shouted at him, and he'd shouted back before storming off. Luke had watched him go with a clinical sort of interest on his exhausted face. Clary had said nothing in response.

There was no point telling him how badly she wanted Jace not to be her brother. You couldn't rip out your own DNA, no matter how much you wished you could. No matter how much it would make you happy. But even if she couldn't quite manage happy, she thought, at least here in Simon's house, in his bedroom, she felt comfortable and at home. She'd known him long enough to remember when he had a bed shaped like a fire truck and LEGOs piled in a corner of the room.

Now the bed was a futon with a brightly striped quilt that had been a present from his sister, and the walls were plastered with posters of bands like Rock Solid Panda and Stepping Razor. There was a drum set wedged into the corner of the room where the LEGOs had been, and a computer in the other corner, the screen still frozen on an image from World of Warcraft. It was almost as familiar as being in her own bedroom at home-which no longer existed, so at least this was the next best thing.

All the characters on-screen had turned into inch-high baby versions of themselves and were chasing each other around waving pots and pans. Automatyczne logowanie Zarejestruj. Zaloguj Anuluj.

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