The Crown Rose by Fiona Avery was published in 2005. I just finished reading it. Sorry about the spoilers. The cover jacket says: This is the story of Isabelle of France, born heir to the throne, and the mystery of one man who enters her life at several key moments, becoming her icon, her soul’s… Continue reading The Crown Rose by Fiona Avery
[in-del-uh-buhl] adj. making marks that cannot be erased, removed, or the like that cannot be eliminated, forgotten, changed, or the like Example Sentences: I want to leave an indelible mark on society. No one forgets the indelible memory of having felt real betrayal.
“‘You look happy,’ he said to Clary. He swiveled his gaze to Jace. ‘And a good thing for you that she does.’
Jace raised an eyebrow. ‘is this the part where you tell me that if I hurt her, you’ll kill me?’
‘No,’ said Simon. ‘If you hurt Clary, she’s quite capable of killing you herself. Possibly with a variety of weapons.'”
~ Cassandra Clare, City of Glass (pg. 534)
City of Glass is the third novel in Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series. Once again, I have finished re-reading this. Just a little fact, the Mortal Instruments series was originally a trilogy, so this had been the last book of it. That was before Cassandra Clare decided that she was going to continue the… Continue reading City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
“‘Weakness and corruption isn’t in the world,’ Clary snapped. ‘It’s in people. And it always will be. The world just needs good people to balance it out.'” ~ Clary, City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (pg. 474)
We keep seeing leaps in technology. One of these leaps is being able to read a book on a computer. We have companies like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple. Books can now be read on a tablet and stored in vast libraries–libraries that are in gigabytes, rather than a tangible substance. My opinion of… Continue reading The E-book: An Advantage or a Disadvantage?
“Knowing is better than not knowing. Every time.” ~ Clary, City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (pg. 359)
“Easy reading is damn hard writing.” ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne
City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare is the second novel in the Mortal Instruments series. I just finished re-reading this one. Be warned: there are some spoilers, but I will try not to ruin the ending. By the way, that’s Clary on the cover! Clary and Simon start a brief period of dating, but Clary… Continue reading City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare
City of Bones is the first book of the Mortal Instruments series. The series was originally a trilogy, but was changed into a six-book series. It was written by Cassandra Clare. This is the synopsis on the back of the book: When Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she… Continue reading City of Bones by Cassandra Clare