Genre: Fantasy, Young-adult fiction, Urban fantasy
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry
Catalog Reference: ISBN 978-1-4169-5507-8
“Prepare to be hooked.” —Entertainment Weekly
Over 36 million Shadow-hunter Novels in print worldwide!
Glimpse: Okay, so at last I am 6 more novel old in the last 15 days. Whoa, that is kinda record, i guess! But honestly while I was hogging the series like I am gonna die the very next day, I felt as if I’m what, sixteen again – all very young, excited, full of romantic notions of saving the world against evil.
The core story of City of Bones evolves around the journey of the female lead character Clary Fray’s search for her mother Jocelyn Fray. The journey involves her finding out the truth about herself and her mother. She also gets to know more about her childhood friend, in fact her only friend, Simon Lewis. How she finds her one true love in Jace Wayland, the best shadow hunter of his age. And how fate plays the cruelest game with her shattering her life forever.
The Mortal Instruments – City of Bones is really awesome YA fantasy novel. Though sometimes the turn of events kinda predictable but yet it is “CAPTIVATING”. And btw, while I was reading the City of Bones, every now and then I was like, “Oh come on now, not again, whats wrong in these two!!” where Jace and Clary are coming closer yet holding back. Ha Ha, I told ‘ya, I felt 16 again. Cassandra made the job of Shadow-hunters a dangerous yet super cool one.
So all in all, its total worth to get your own copy of the series, be it hard copy or the Kindle one.
Price: $ / £ I bought the kindle version of it from Amazon.com at INR only.