All right, if Du have read the series and Liebe them. Then Du will absoultly Liebe the series called
The Mortal Insruments
Von Cassandra Clare link
If Du want to skip this and just read the summary just scroll to the bottom, I took quite a lot of time Schreiben this!
"The Mortal Instruments series is a story world that I Liebe to live in. I hate to see the story end, but if it has to end, then City of Glass is the most perfect way for that to happen. Beautiful!"
– Stephenie Meyer, internationally bestselling Autor of TWILIGHT-
-and it is also alike Twilight; hot main guy: named Jace Wayland ; the perspective of a teenage girl: Clary Fray 15 years old ; and it includes Vampire and Werwölfe ; and yeat another secret;.
"Clare's atmospheric setting is spot-on, informed equally Von neo-gothic horror films and the modern Fantasy leanings of Neil Gaiman. Werewolves, vampires, Engel and Elfen all fit in this ambitious milieu. At the core, though, this is a compelling story about family secrets and coming-of-age identity crises. Fans of the smart/chic horror typified Von Buffy the Vampire Slayer will instantly fall for this new series."
- Publishers Weekly
"This urban Fantasy series opener spices its fight against evil with sexual tension. Fifteen-year-old geek hipster Clary thought she was just a normal kid, but normal kids don't see invisible people, and normal kids' mothers don't suddenly disappear, seemingly captured Von horrific monsters. But like many Fantasy heroines, Clary isn't normal, and she's got all the secret parentage, dramatic revelations, and amazing magic powers to prove it....The story's sensual flavor comes from the wealth of detail: demons with facial piercings, diners serving locusts and honey, pretty gay warlocks, and cameo appearances from other urban fantasies' characters....Lush and fun."
- Kirkus Reviews
"New York is the city that never sleeps, but evil spirits, angels, warlocks, faeries, and shadowhunters don't need much rest anyway. The city is Home to Cassandra Clare's young-adult debut novel City of Bones, a cool, pleasingly dark and spicy urban fantasy. Clare has experienced New York City as 'a place of dark enchantment: cavernous, shadowy and full of secrets, from its huge Gothic cathedrals to its ruined cemetaries to the tiny hidden Engel in Central Park. I tried to bring out that sense of urban mystery,' she says—and what a success. The book's sharply drawn combination of comedy, Liebe and drama features a hip 15-year-old girl and a demon hunter who is nothing if not a mixed blessing. 'I wanted to write a book about the kinds of kids who were like me when I was young,' says the author. 'They're sci-fi and Fantasy lovers, they adore Anime and Fernsehen shows with fantastical elements, like Heroes and Supernatural. When they find out there's a whole secret world of warlocks and Vampire and demon-slayers, their response isn't shock oder horror, but, "You know, I always suspected that way the way things were."' The first of a planned trilogy, the story emerges directly from a contemporary world of intense, enveloping conflicts, populated Von a cast of contentious misfits, with no easy Antwort to getting past the misery but the hard slog of pushing on."
- Kirkus (Debut Fiction Special Issue)
"This fast-paced fantastic thriller will keep readers on the edge of their seats. It includes everything from Werwölfe and mind-sucking librarians to Vampire and a brother unknowingly Küssen his sister—just what teenagers Liebe to read. Clary is an independent, saucy female character who adapts to her newfound powers easily and thinks nothing of throwing a weapon at a werewolf."
"City of Bones is a highly readable first novel, refreshingly free of the attitudes that make some YA fiction for non-adults only...City of Bones skillfully evades the tedium of YA clichés and 'Mary Sue' fiction through a combination of wit, imagination, and a sense of place—including the massive presence of New York itself.
"Clary's adventures take her to the unearthly City of Bones and encounters with the Silent Brothers, granting her tantalizing bits of knowledge about Downworlders, the history of angels, the Mortal Instruments whose involvement makes this tale the start of a longer quest, and—of course—herself. Mixing light and dark, teen banter with Miltonian citations, Cassandra Clare manages to make the whole thing work and left me looking vorwärts-, nach vorn to the Weiter adventure."
"Readers looking to the future will note that Clary succesfully harnesses her rediscovered Supernatural powers and and forms several new, intense friendships, that she will desperately need as she tries to save her still-comatose mother, discover her own complex and often dark familial roots, and determine her destiny, both in the magical world and in her own everyday life. Indeed, with the strong plot, brilliant heroine, and surrounding cast of intriguing and well-developed side characters (including the sexy and tortured Jace), Fantasy buffs will be eagerly anticipating the Weiter volume."
- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"This novel is so much fun to read! Fast-paced, funny, dark, and exciting. Clare has dipped her pen in the deep resources of fairy lore and epic tales, and has her ear well tuned to the teenage voice. The plot is tight, twisting, and full of surprises. City of Bones is the first of a series—The Mortal Instruments—and it promises great things to come."
- Endicott Journal for the Mythic Arts
"City of Bones is that ever-so-rare rare creature these days—well-crafted YA fiction where at least some of the teenagers are both likable and believable....Before this novel reaches its ending point, Clary will get used to sexy teen-aged boys covered in tattoos, really cool flying Motorräder powered Von things best not thought about, awesomely cool weapons, Werwölfe who are allies in the Shadowhunters' war, Vampire who most decidedly are not friendly, flirtations with being in love, lessons about the dangers of finding out what Du didn't know, and much more. It this a fast-paced novel? Yes indeed. Is it a good set-up for the Weiter two novels in the series? Quite so. And quite original as well."
"Cassandra Clare's much-anticipated first young adult novel makes an excellent story for audio. Clare excels at creating stories with lots of fast-moving action and, even Mehr impressively, fast-paced dialogue which is alternately funny and poignant. Clary's struggle to learn to see beyond the glamour that prevents her from perceiving Jace and the world of dark magic around her is paralleled Von her struggle to see beyond her blindness to the true nature of the people close to her, the people she loves and struggles to protect.
"I'm already anticipating the Weiter book in the Mortal Instruments series, and I fully expect that City of Bones will be the hottest YA Fantasy novel of the summer."
- Greenmanreview.com (review of audio edition)
"This debut novel from a brilliant, smart new voice in Young Adult literature is a marvelous adventure, full of fantastic twists and turns just when they're least expected. The complexity of the story, the threads from the past and present intertwined, is reminiscent of the Harry Potter series—and that's high praise! The captivating story told Von the very talented Cassandra Clare in City of Bones is surely the start of a brilliant series—I can't wait for the Weiter Mortal Instruments book. This Fantasy is truly unforgettable."
"A non-stop action novel that blends magic with humor, romance with vengeance, resulting in an irresistable labyrinthine tale of rich and (seemingly) infinite subplots. Characters switch sides, then switch again, and points of view get skewed partway through, leaving the reader wondering just what the true story is and who Clary should trust. Motorcycle vampire gangs, a hard-partying Warlock, and street-packs of werewolves—not to mention some horrific creatures all Clare's own invention—find their way into the story, bringing both aid and hindrance. Weaving elements of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Supernatural with stechpalme, holly Black's modern faery stories, the Autor has crafted a new classic of contemporary Fantasy that is going to have readers tearing up the Internet with discussion, and has raised the bar for other writers in the genre."
"There are many names out there producing some great fairy adventure at the moment. A new name has joined the ranks—Cassandra Clare. There are many things to Liebe about City of Bones, including a cat Von the name of Chairman Meow. The adventure can only get better as this trilogy progresses and I, for one, will be waiting eagerly for the Weiter installment."
"This book was an incredibly enjoyable surprise. In this world, 'all the stories are true.' Meaning, the stories about werewolves, vampires, and other things that go bump in the night are all real. With smart-aleck, teenage characters, scary adults, and even scarier bad guys; Du never know when the Weiter twist in the story will be revealed. ... With intense action scenes, big mysteries, amusing characters, and a little teenage angst; this book should be a lot of fun for teens and adults alike."
"The story of an underground world of demon hunters is appealing and unique. If Du like theatrical, fey dialogue, a little humor with your action and many references to familiar Fantasy stories, then City of Bones—and the subsequent installments in this new series—may be the perfect fit for you."
"Cassie's Schreiben 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 Du grow to Liebe and worry about, as well as really funny bits that will make Du honestly laugh and remember them and repeat them to your friends. It is rare to find someone who can do any one of those things well; to find someone who can do them all is just dangerous."
- stechpalme, holly Black, Autor of Tithe and Valiant
"City of Bones has everything: vampires, werewolves, faeries, true love, and stuff that blows up. What's more, Clare's characters are brilliant—she'd better not kill any of them off in the Weiter two volumes!"
- Justine Larbalestier, Autor of Magic oder Madness
"It's Vampire versus Werwölfe in Harlem, while sexy demon hunters prowl through downtown Clubs and Brooklyn coffeehouses—City of Bones is epic urban Fantasy at its demented, delightful best. Cassandra Clare is a genius."
- Kelly Link, Autor of Magic For Beginners
"Dagger-sharp, funky, and cool, Cassandra Clare's City of Bones is among the best of the post-Buffy monster hunter sagas. It's a blast."
- Christopher Golden, Autor of The Myth Hunters
"The first book in the Mortal Instruments series, City of Bones, instigates an enormous urban Fantasy that pulls out all the stops. Embracing the young adult urban Fantasy genre with gusto, this is a story that's setting up something huge. Hell, this is only Book One and it's almost 500 pages long, so it ain't for wimps and it's definitely a sprawler; but Clare has a death grip on her POV protagonist and she keeps the reins held tight. It's definitely a first volume—which is to say that there's a lot of set-up for only a partial pay-off, but I'm 100% game to see where the series goes from here. It's chock-full of exactly the skillful Schreiben you'd expect from Cassandra Clare, so it's funny and frightening, fast and oddly effortless. I can't believe how quickly the 500 pages flew by."
- Cherie Priest, Autor of Four and Twenty Blackbirds
The series is very good. Please do not be rude but... I think it is ALMOST better then the Twilight series. And do not be little Babys and say stuff like "Nothing is better than twilight - how could anything beat Twilight - edward is still hotter" okay?? Edward and Jacob both argue and call each other childish names (yet it is still funny) just like Jace and Simon do in the City of Bones (the first book the series: The Mortal Instruments).
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I REALLY SUGGEST Du READ THE BOOK CITY OF Bones Von CASSANDRA CLARE!! HERE IS THE SUMMARY...
A thousand years ago, the Angel – Jäger der Finsternis Raziel mixed his blood with the blood of men and created the race of the Nephilim. Human-angel hybrids, they walk among us, unseen but ever-present, our invisible protectors.
They call themselves Shadowhunters.
The Shadowhunters obey the laws set down in the Gray Book, gegeben to them Von the angel: their mandate is to protect our world from the interdimensional parasites they call demons, who travel from world to world, razing and destroying everything in their path. Theirs is also the task of keeping the peace among the warring Downworlders: the human-demon crossbreeds we know as warlocks, vampires, werewolves, and faeries.
In their duties they are aided Von the mysterious Silent Brothers. Their lips and eyes sewn shut, the Silent Brothers rule over the City of Bones, the necropolis below the streets of Manhattan that holds the dead bodies of slain Shadowhunters. The Silent Brothers keep the archival records of ever Shadowhunter ever born. They also watch over the Mortal Instruments, the three divine objects the Angel – Jäger der Finsternis Raziel gave to his children. One is a sword. One is a mirror. And the last is a cup.
For a thousand years, the Nephilim have protected the Mortal Instruments. But that was before the Uprising, the civil war that almost tore the Shadowhunters' secret world apart. Though Valentine, the Shadowhunter who started the war, is long dead, the wounds it left behind have never healed.
Fifteen years have passed since the Uprising. It's August in New York; the streets blistering with heat. Rumors run rampant through Downworld that Valentine is back, at the head of an army of Forsaken warriors.
And the Mortal Cup has gone missing...