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Before he can say anything, Maia recognizes and attacks him, only to be stopped by Simon and Isabelle. Maureen is killed when Simon fails to save her.

Clary then goes to the Church of Talto and fights a Hydra demon with the help of Isabelle. Later, Jace and Clary share an intimate moment in one of the spare rooms in the Institute. On the point of taking a further step in their relationship, Jace injures Clary with a knife. Clary then offers to take him to the Silent City to get help from the Silent Brothers.

The Silent Brothers explain that the nightmares are due to his vulnerability to demonic influence, after Jace was resurrected by the angel Raziel. All Shadowhunters are subject to a ritual to protect them as infants. As Jace died, it was like he had been reborn without the protection. The Brothers want to perform the ritual again to give him the protection.

The Silent Brothers make Clary leave. In his cell, Jace realizes that he is having a dream that he is back in Idris. Max appears to Jace and says the dreams mean that Jace is actually hurting Clary. Jace cuts his arms after Max convinces Jace that he will destroy the rotten part of him.

Jocelyn and Luke, now engaged, hold an engagement party. Clary disappears after being kidnapped by Jace to which no one else knows about yet.

Now, Fangirl mobbing is truly my greatest fear.

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So I don't want to piss anyone off, but Jace is prick. A hot one, yes, and I readily admit to secret desires of being pursued by a "bad boy".

But seriously? Calm yourselves. He's fictional. By the way that girls talk about him, you would think that his saliva is made of awesomesauce. Or that his face is made of The Ark of the Covenant. Don't look directly at him! Your skin might melt off. I wanted to like this and wanted my Jace crush to transfer over to this book.

I swear I did. Enjoying this just wasn't in my power. Objectivity is something we should all strive for with every read. Even after hearing bad things about a specific book, one can still have an open mind.

When reviewing, we aren't trying to prove anyone right or wrong, we are just giving our own impressions about the book. Sometimes when an avid reader reads a mega-hyped book such as this, we can take on a similar persona to that of Bill and Ted. They are all about the excellent adventure. First and foremost with YA fantasy - we, mostly, want to be entertained.

All the better if we learn something or absorb a good message while doing it, but the entertainment part is essential. Why I didn't like this book Not funny. At the time, I thought there was quite a bit of good humor in the originals. This one: nada. Or maybe I've just outgrown it. The corners of my mouth never even lifted. In fact, a scowl probably made an appearance or two This book is to "funny" what vampires are to "real". Hint: They aren't Not entertaining.

Every few pages I felt the need to go for a spin in my car with my head hanging out the window just to stay awake. The suspense, the tension, the action - everything I liked about the originals was gone. I may have entertained myself about this book, but this book did NOT entertain me.

Not for one second. Not new. Clary, I love you but I can't because I think I'm evil. Jace, you're so emo. Simon, you're my best friend. This is a repeat. When reviewing, we aren't trying to prove anyone right or wrong, we are just giving our own impressions about the book.

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Sometimes when an avid reader reads a mega-hyped book such as this, we can take on a similar persona to that of Bill and Ted. They are all about the excellent adventure. First and foremost with YA fantasy - we, mostly, want to be entertained.

All the better if we learn something or absorb a good message while doing it, but the entertainment part is essential. Why I didn't like this book Not funny.

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At the time, I thought there was quite a bit of good humor in the originals. This one: nada. Or maybe I've just outgrown it.

The corners of my mouth never even lifted. In fact, a scowl probably made an appearance or two This book is to "funny" what vampires are to "real". Hint: They aren't Not entertaining.

Every few pages I felt the need to go for a spin in my car with my head hanging out the window just to stay awake. The suspense, the tension, the action - everything I liked about the originals was gone. I may have entertained myself about this book, but this book did NOT entertain me. Not for one second.

Not new. Clary, I love you but I can't because I think I'm evil. Jace, you're so emo. Simon, you're my best friend. This is a repeat. A rerun. And not even a funny rerun.

It's like that sucky episode of Friends with Alec Baldwin in it that no one cares to remember. Not inspiring. Unlike most of my favorite books, there wasn't anything to take away from this book.

If we are not going to be entertained then shouldn't we at least learn something or feel like we derived some deeper meaning from the book?

The Giver teaches us that human emotion is essential to our lives.

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What did City of Fallen Angels teach us? If so, I apologize for my oversight. Let's end on a high note, shall we?

So I'll leave you with this: Even if I don't particularly like a book, I can usually find something good about having spent my time on it. This one was much more difficult to find that "good part", but I still managed to.

So despite not laughing once as a result of a joke in the book, I found myself, alone, laughing hysterically in my room about how horribly pointless this book was or about random crap that I find funny, usually involving Jace and Clary.

Somehow, I managed to amuse myself. Dumb stuff dances through my head like a frisky stallion does through a meadow full of unicorns.He's fictional. So I don't want to piss anyone off, but Jace is prick. She's rolling in money. Both Jace and Clary are drowning. Ch Jace has issues. And Clary is lifting her face, small and pale, her mascara running in glittery streaks beneath her eyes.

Stop, his mind is telling him. Ch Simon talks to people. Or maybe I've just outgrown it.

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