Is City of Fallen Angels appropriate?

Is City of Fallen Angels appropriate?

City of Fallen Angels is written for ages 14 and up. The age range reflects readability and not necessarily content appropriateness.

Why is Jace having dreams about killing Clary?

Clary then offers to take him to the Silent City to get help from the Silent Brothers. The Silent Brothers explain that the nightmares are due to his vulnerability to demonic influence, after Jace was resurrected by the angel Raziel.

Is City of Heavenly Fire appropriate?

Parents need to know that Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series has always been meant for more mature teen readers. But the sexual content is a bit more mature in City of Heavenly Fire and the previous installment, City of Lost Souls, than in the others. The older teen characters drink wine together.

What genre is City of Fallen Angels?

Novel
Young adult fictionFantasy FictionAdventure fiction
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How many series does Cassandra Clare have?

The Shadowhunter Chronicles is a media franchise based on the writings of American young adult fiction writer Cassandra Clare, which currently encompasses a six novel series, three short-story collections, four graphic novels, one film, a television series, and other media.

How many words are in City of Lost Souls?

130,000
The longest book I have written is Clockwork Prince (150,000 words). Then City of Glass (145,000) then Clockwork Angel (132,000), City of Bones, (128,000) and City of Ashes and City of Fallen Angels are about the same length— 120,000 words. City of Lost Souls is 130,000 but it’s a first draft.

Does Jace break up with Clary?

Sacrifice has always been a major theme on this show, so it made sense for Clary to have to give up what she loved most in order to fulfill her destiny. The fact that she and Jace still ended up together in spite of that was a welcome treat that I wasn’t expecting.

How old should you be to read City of Heavenly Fire?

There are some moments that older teens could handle. I suggest 14+ to read this.

How many words are in Clockwork Angel?

The longest book I have written is Clockwork Prince (150,000 words). Then City of Glass (145,000) then Clockwork Angel (132,000), City of Bones, (128,000) and City of Ashes and City of Fallen Angels are about the same length— 120,000 words.

Why is it called City of Fallen Angels?

Los Angeles is the City of Fallen Angels. There are no fallen angels in the book. It was just chosen because it sounded cool and because there is a tiny similarity to what one of the characters goes through.

Is Jace the owl in the books?

The secret is out: Jace is the Owl. Shadowhunters revealed Jace’s secret (even to him) identity two weeks ago, though no one inside the world of the show is aware just yet.

Is the city of Falling Angels a good book?

As travel writing, City of Falling Angels is superb. And, without trying to be facetious or condescending, it is a lovely book to read at bedtime. No murders, ethical dilemmas, or other issues that are unsettling in the dark, but full of interesting, colorful characters; exotic, beautiful places; and fantasy lives that are just within reach.

How old is Clary Fray in city of Fallen Angels?

Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not the book you’re looking for? The Mortal War is over, and sixteen-year-old Clary Fray is back home in New York, excited about all the possibilities before her.

What happens in Ch 2 of city of Fallen Angels?

No specific twists are revealed just vaguely referenced, so possible spoilers: Ch 1-2: Simon talks to people. Jace and Clary talk to each other and kiss. Ch 3-5: Simon talks to new guy. Jace and Clary talk to each other.

Who are the Nephilim in city of Fallen Angels?

While the previous installment was full of demon-Nephilim battles, this one takes the violence to a creepier place with the Nephilim (humans who have angel blood) fighting against some serious cult activity: demon-worshipping to the point of sacrificing babies to the cause. This leads to nightmarish imagery of dead babies with claws for hands.