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Ghosts of the Shadow Market 7: The Land I Lost. Clockwork Princess. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 4: Learn About Loss. Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 6: The Wicked Ones. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 5: A Deeper Love. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 3: Every Exquisite Thing.

The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel.

The Infernal Devices. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 2: Cast Long Shadows. Ghosts of the Shadow Market 8: Through Blood, Through Fire. Chain of Gold. March Ghosts of the Shadow Market.

June Ghosts of the Shadow Market 1: Son of the Dawn. The Bane Chronicles. Bitter of Tongue. The Bane Chronicles 1: What Really Happened in Peru. The Bane Chronicles 2: The Runaway Queen. The Bane Chronicles 3: Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale.

The Midnight Heir. The Lost Herondale. The Bane Chronicles 5: The Rise of the Hotel Dumort. The Whitechapel Fiend. The Bane Chronicles 6: Saving Raphael Santiago. Nothing But Shadows. The Bane Chronicles 8: The Evil We Love. The Bane Chronicles 7: The Fall of the Hotel Dumort. The Bane Chronicles 9: Clockwork Angel: The Mortal Instruments Prequel.

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It carried with it a faint chemical smell, mixed with the Brooklyn smell of asphalt, gasoline, and burned sugar from the abandoned factory down the street. Simon was waiting for her on the front porch, sprawled in a broken-springed armchair.

He had his DS balanced on his blue-jeaned knees and was poking away at it industriously with the stylus. Band practice. His hand brushed hers; his skin was cool, the temperature of the air outside. She shivered a little. It was hot in the living room. Clary hung her jacket up on the peg inside the front hall and headed to the spare bedroom, Simon trailing in her wake.

She frowned. Her suitcase was open like a clamshell on the bed, her clothes and sketchbooks strewn everywhere. How was practice? Still no band name? They should know. Madeleine says we need to track him down if we want to know how to reverse the spell. And Jace. We have to go. She had been standing in the shadow of the corridor doorway, unseen by either of them; she moved forward now, into the harsh entryway lights.

They illuminated the lines of exhaustion that seemed to draw her face down.

Her husband, Robert Lightwood, had been injured by demon poison during the battle last week and had needed constant nursing since; Clary could only imagine how tired she must be. You know that, Jace. Maryse sighed and turned her blue eyes on Clary. They want to talk to you. If you say no, I doubt we can get the authorization to bring you with us. Maryse rubbed at her temples with her fingertips. I need to talk to you.

He reached out and stabbed at the elevator button with his index finger. And I bet you know it. The elevator arrived with a clatter. Pushing the gate aside, Clary stepped into it and turned to face Jace. Our mother. I have to help her. You could at least pretend you care a little bit. There were shadows below his eyes, Clary noticed without wanting to, and dark hollows under his cheekbones.

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Tell me where to go, who to ask. Not you. Why just you? For a moment she stared at him through it—the mesh of the gate divided up his face into a series of diamond shapes, outlined in metal. A single golden eye stared at her through one diamond, furious anger flickering in its depths.

But with a jerk and a clatter, the elevator was already moving, carrying her down into the dark silence of the cathedral. Poor Alec, stuck between Jace and his mother, always trying to do the right thing. His glasses were pushed up into his brown hair, which seemed flecked with more gray now than Clary remembered. There was a square package under his arm, tied with a length of green ribbon. He held it out to Clary.

Almost everything she owned now was a gift from Luke. That last thought hung unspoken between them.

But I saw it, and I thought of you. The object inside was swathed in layers of tissue paper. She gave a little gasp. It was a bottle-green velvet coat, old-fashioned, with a gold silk lining, brass buttons, and a wide hood. She drew it onto her lap, smoothing her hands lovingly down the soft material. Anything you can do to fit in. He was looking studiously at his watch. She could almost believe there was nothing bothering him.

Maia, she told herself, was nice. She was smart. She was pretty. She was also a werewolf. A werewolf with a crush on Simon. But maybe that was as it should be. Maybe his new friend should be a Downworlder.

After all, he was a Downworlder himself now. She wondered if it was a side effect of the vampirism, or something else entirely. Then he paused and drew back, his expression uncertain. She frowned in surprise, but he was already gone, brushing past Luke in the doorway.

She heard the front door bang in the distance. Or people. Give him time. You did break up with him. He broke up with me. A lot of teenage boys would sulk, or lurk around under your window with a boom box. That was the eighties. She buttoned it up to the neck, luxuriating in the soft feel of the velvet.

She turned to Luke. Clary clutched the cuffs of the coat, digging her fingers into the soft pile. The mention of her mother, mixed with the sadness in his expression, was making her want to cry.

And, Clary? He smiled.Possibly with a variety of weapons. Question F 7 7 Apr 07, Simon gets turned into a sun-proof vampire. The Red Scrolls of Magic.

It made a deadly fork of golden lightning through the shadows. Does she belong in the Shadowhunter world? On Dumbledore's orders, Harry reluctantly force-feeds him the potion, which badly weakens him and causes extreme thirst. Other than that, those pages were worthless.