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City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments Book 6) [Kindle Edition]

Cassandra Clare
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Shadowhunters and demons square off for the final showdown in the spellbinding, seductive conclusion to the #1 New York Times bestselling Mortal Instruments series.

Darkness has descended on the Shadowhunter world. Chaos and destruction overwhelm the Nephilim as Clary, Jace, Simon, and their friends band together to fight the greatest evil they have ever faced: Clary’s own brother. Sebastian Morgenstern is on the move, systematically turning Shadowhunter against Shadowhunter. Bearing the Infernal Cup, he transforms Shadowhunters into creatures of nightmare, tearing apart families and lovers as the ranks of his Endarkened army swell. Nothing in this world can defeat Sebastian—but if they journey to the realm of demons, they just might have a chance…

Lives will be lost, love sacrificed, and the whole world will change. Who will survive the explosive sixth and final installment of the Mortal Instruments series?

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    Gr 9 Up—In the final installment of the "Mortal Instruments" series, the Shadowhunters face the ultimate threat of annihilation at the hands of Sebastian Morgenstern and his army of Endarkened warriors. Institutes around the world have been attacked, and the remaining Nephilim have been called to Idris for safety and to determine a course of action. When Clary's mother and surrogate father are kidnapped along with two other Downworlder representatives of the Council, Clary, Jace, and their friends travel to the demon realm of Edom to rescue them and face off in a final climactic showdown with Sebastian. Veronica Mars's Jason Dohring and Game of Thrones's Sophie Turner split the narrative load of this lengthy title. Perspective shifts constantly, and with so many characters and concurrent story lines alternating, the book often drags, despite being action-heavy. Both narrators effectively differentiate between the myriad characters, though Turner's performance is smoother and more engaging. However, listeners may be jarred because of inexplicable inconsistencies in which performer narrates which character's perspective. Regardless, fans of the series will likely be satisfied with the conclusion as well as the clear setup for the next series.—Amanda Raklovits, Champaign Public Library, IL

    About the Author

    Cassandra Clare is the author of the #1 New York Times, USA TODAY, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly bestselling Mortal Instruments series, the Infernal Devices trilogy, and the Bane Chronicles. Her books have more than 35 million copies in print worldwide and have been translated into more than thirty-five languages. Cassandra lives in western Massachusetts. Visit her at Learn more about the world of the Shadowhunters at

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    • File Size: 5288 KB
    • Print Length: 753 pages
    • Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books; 1st edition (May 27, 2014)
    • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00EFWU91E
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    114 of 123 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars You Will Lose Your Mind (Multiple Times) w/ CoHF May 27, 2014
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    In my opinion, Cassandra Clare and her publishers did a great job by not sending out any advanced reading copies of CoHF - any advanced spoilers would have killed the intrigue and suspense of knowing who gets killed and who gets married. All of the 'snippits' leaked by the publisher over the last few months have been torturous. All I will say is that the final book of The Mortal Instruments series will not leave you feeling like The Twilight Saga or Sookie Stackhouse.

    Love, betrayal and blood are usually a predictable mix that can be dragged on in a series like this. And in my opinion, any further rehashing of 'Clary and Jace are together' then 'outside forces keep them from really being together' (like the previous books) by extending the series past book 6 would have made money, but would have also become too predictable and boring to true Cassandra Clare fans.

    Without giving away any spoilers or too much of the ending, be aware that there is a final showdown with Clary and Sebastian that, in my opinion, puts other similar novels to shame - I'm looking at you 'Twilight'. But don't skip to the final chapter by passing over the middle, you will miss too much and the twists are plentiful throughout.

    CoHF feels like a nod to the writing of City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, Book 1) by being really engaging and dense with plot details for Clary, Jace, Simon, Isabelle, Alec and of course the worst brother in the world, Sebastian/Jonathan. It is slightly intimidating by the sheer number of pages, but I can attest that you can get through very easily and quickly.

    Great ending to a epic series. Fully recommend this book with a big thanks to Cassandra Clare.
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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
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    Hi - We wanted you to know a little about us, before you read this review - We are Maci and Zoe - twins in the tenth grade and are thrilled to share our love of books with you. Maci plays the trombone and Zoe plays the trumpet in our school Marching Band. When we are not reading, doing homework, or practicing music we like to go on adventures with our Girl Scout troop. We read every chance we get.

    I have been long awaiting for the arrival of this book in stores. There has been a lot of hype about this book and a lot of foreshadowing of death. This book is the final one in the Mortal Instruments series and I found it very conclusive and satisfying. In this final book, Clary, Jace, Alec, Simon and Isabelle have to face Sebastian in their final stand against him and his Endarkened warriors. They have to do this all while figuring out their own relationships with each other. This book was laugh out loud funny and reading about Jace again was so much fun. I feel like the hype about this book did not match what happened. This book felt very anti climatic, everything was just continuing to happen and it did not feel like there was just one final showdown, but a lot of continued happenings. This book as a whole was fun to read and very satisfying. Having read it I feel like the story of Jace, Clary, Isabelle, Simon and Alec are complete and now I am ready to move on. I know I will miss Jace's humor in the coming books of the Dark Artifices, but I also feel that his story has been told.

    I have waited two years for City of Heavenly Fire and the wait was worth it. City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare is the conclusion to The Mortal Instrument Series.
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    93 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars I'm having a hard time rating this one May 29, 2014
    By bklvr
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    On one hand, there were things I absolutely loved about this installation. On the other, I was disappointed.

    Let's start with the things I loved.

    1. Clace. Yeah, yeah, I know people have been complaining about how "boring" they thought the characters/relationship were getting, but I never thought that. After all the angst and heartbreak they were put through, I really enjoyed that unwavering loyalty and love they shared. Call me a romantic, but I believe that sort of unshakable togetherness exists out there, and it was very nice to see it in a YA book. I didn't find them boring or tired. I found their faith in each other refreshing in the midst of all that destruction and death.

    2. Jace. Because he's my favorite. He just is. I've loved his character from the first moment he came onto the page in City of Bones. I've continued throughout the series, even when I was not sure what Cassandra Clare was thinking when she did some things to his character. I loved watching him go from that closed-off, snarky, rude boy to the one he became in City of Heavenly Fire. He still had that spark and bite to him, but he was much more mature, much more at peace. I was happy that he had gotten to have that after so many years of hating himself.

    3. The cave/lake scene. I'm not going to spoil by saying what this is, but those who have read know and know it was a long time coming. Beautiful.

    4. All instances of Jace on fire. This was beautifully done and so...majestic? I don't know, I can't think of the right word. Cassandra Clare has a habit of describing Jace in battle as an "avenging angel." In the scenes with the heavenly fire, he truly was and it was beautiful. I loved it and felt like it was very fitting for his character.

    5. Sizzy.
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    Cassandra Clare is the author of City of Bones, the first book in the Mortal Instruments trilogy and a New York Times bestseller. She was born overseas and spent her early years traveling around the world with her family and several trunks of books. Cassandra lives in Brooklyn with her boyfriend, their two cats, and these days, even more books.

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