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The Mortal Instruments is a science fiction fantasy saga for teens. It became an instant hit and every novel was highly anticipated by the audience where City of Glass is one of them. Other popular novels in the saga are City of Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls. This is all the brilliance of Casandra Clare who wrote this series with lots of love and expertise.
City of Glass is narrated by Natalie Moore, which turned out to be a great choice and people loved her for her accent and expression.
Clary is destined to travel towards the City of Glass in order to save her mother. It was the ancestral home of Shadow hunters there. She didn’t mind that penetrating the city with no permission goes against the law and the penalty for this could be death.
In order for things to go worse, Clary finds that Jace actually doesn’t want her to be there. On the other side, Simon has been put into prison by Shadow hunters. They were deeply suspicious of being a vampire and were not able to withstand sunlight.
As Clary goes on to uncover a few more thins associated with the past of her family, she discovered an ally in the Sebastian, a suspicious shadow-hunter. The only chance for them to defeat Valentine is to battle along with their eternal enemies. But, is it possible for Shadow hunters and the Cown worlders to put aside their animosity and work together?
Rounding off, the novel stays as one of the finest from the series. If you want to get a good glance into what The Mortal Instruments is all about, this has to be your go to novel.