What can I say about City of Glass, the third and final(?) installment in Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments trilogy other than IT WAS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME! I’m ready to start reading it again right now.
I don’t want to give too much away because I don’t want to spoil the book for anyone wanting to read it (and trust me, you really should read this book). Let me just say that most of my predictions came true, I cried a little, I was horrified a lot, and, in the end, I was satisfied with the outcome.
If you haven’t read City of Bones or City of Ashes, read those two books before you read City of Glass or nothing will make sense. If you like the Twilight saga or Holly Black’s novels, I think this series is definitely worth reading. I, personally, like the Mortal Instruments trilogy better than the Twilight series, and those of you who know me realize that is saying something. The characters are rich and vivid, the action grips you from the very beginning, and there is never a dull moment.
City of Glass and its preceding books are perfect for those who like fantasy, especially fantasy involving vampires, werewolves, angels, demons, fairies, and all sorts of other things. I LOVE THESE BOOKS and cannot wait for Cassandra Clare’s next work, the Infernal Devices trilogy. Yay!
For more information on these books, go to http://www.mortalinstruments.com.