City of Fallen Angels

City of Fallen Angels

Audiobook CD - 2011
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As mysterious murders threaten the new peace between Shadowhunters and Downworlders, only Simon, the Daylighter vampire, can help bring both groups together.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Simon & Schuster Audio, [2011].
Edition: Unabridged.
ISBN: 9781442334663
Characteristics: 13 compact discs (15 hr.) :,digital ;,12 cm.
Additional Contributors: Westwick, Ed 1987-
Quinn, Molly C. 1993-


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Mar 31, 2019

The fourth book in the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare, this is the third least favourite of mine but not because it is bad. From the magnificence of City of Glass to Fallen Angels, you can see the improvement of her writing however it's the story line and the events that occur in this fourth book that I can't get behind. This book is a bridge between the third and fifth, the two best, and it shows by how nothing really important occurs until the last few chapters, and it being the shortest one says something. Throughout this installment, you mostly see the characters daily life while only two of the main protagonist have something interesting for the reader going on. While I did still enjoy reading it, I will not deny that it lacks a solid story line and is just important to read for the follow-up. 3.5/5 Stars. @SeraphinaWilliams of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

Mar 02, 2019

great book

Feb 21, 2019

Lost of bit of the story and the cool world they have built in this one.

ArapahoeLesley Oct 29, 2017

Relationship dramas with just a wee bit of story. Good narrators though so it wasn't too painful.

Jul 22, 2016

i love this series but it;s really hard to understand who's view it's from. the author should make that more clear. i love clary and jase's romance so cute.

Jun 13, 2014

ack my hold expired :(

Aug 18, 2011

I thought that Ed Westwick did a brilliant job at reading the male's point of view (the british accent helped ;) ) He provided different voices for each character and I thought that really showed off his skills.

Except for the part of Jace, I thought that he could've used more emotion...he read the parts with this certain quiet voice ALMOST close to a monotone, even at the parts where Jace was supposed to be angry..

But he DID capture Jace's sarcastic drawl well :)

I only wished that for the whole book, ALL of the guy parts—like whenever a guy was speaking—Ed would've read it. And vice versa for Molly.

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