The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare
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The Mortal Instruments is a series of six young adult fantasy novels written by Cassandra Clare , the last of which was published on May 27, The Mortal Instruments is chronologically the third series of a proposed five in The Shadowhunter Chronicles but it was the first one published. It follows Clary Fray who interacts with a group of Nephilim known as Shadowhunters while also discovering her own heritage. The Shadowhunters protect the world of mundane people, who are also called mundanes or "mundies", from dark forces beyond their world. When she began writing City of Bones , she did not view it as a young adult work, but first and foremost as a fantasy novel, where the main characters just happened to be teenagers.
Clary had seen Jace Wayland, Isabelle Lightwood, and Alec Lightwood that night. The Infernal Devices’ plot is mostly based on romance whereas the Mortal Instruments has romance but does not sorely depend on it. The Mortal Instruments (book series): Will Jace and Clary get married?.
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P erhaps most sane readers would give up on a series as flawed as The Mortal Instruments, but my obsessive compulsive finish-every-series-you-start-disorder forced me to continue. Hence, this is not just a review of City of Heavenly Fire but the whole series and what it has culminated in., The Mortal Instruments is a series of young adult novels by American author Cassandra Clare and is the first of the Shadowhunter Chronicles.
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Fans of the series Shadowhunters have been campaigning for its survival after the news that the series will not return for a fourth series. The show — which is aired on the Disney subsidiary Freeform in the US, and on Netflix in the UK — was cancelled last week, with just 12 more episodes left to show including two episodes which will tie up all the loose ends. The series is based on The Mortal Instruments, a series of young adult novels by author Cassandra Clare. Although Clare — real name Judith Rumelt — did not originally intend to write the books for a young adult audience — she ended up pitching them to that readership after being approached to make her teenage characters older, and deciding not to. The decision paid off, with the series proving enormously popular — the first book in the series, City Of Bones, reached number eight on the New York Times bestseller list in