So this is the second book of series. Nothing much as of now. i liked reading this finally as a seperate entity though at times I try to find out any kind a relation between this story with immortal instrument series, and i find... i find magnus, camile, fell :D
Its a interesting read but i hate love triangles, this is something i don't like in this too.
I liked reading this book but at end i couldn't understand so much of touches etc etc.
This is the story with lots of love and so much of understanding that it makes me choked at certain places.
Although i liked it but at many place i found myself comparing it with immortal instruments, not my fault, the characters are so much similar. Will reminds me of Jace and Tessa reminds me of Clary and the tension in between too is so much like Jace & Clary itself and even the place is same "the institute. That doesn't mean its stale, i really liked reading this story. The mystery is well built and the end was so much unexpected. Can't wait to see what happens next.
Since, i have already read the immortal instruments, i kept looking upto Will as Jace's Father ... its like travelling back and seeing the past. Apart from the actual mystery of the book, i am also anxious to know how Will (such strong persona) ends up meeting with valentine and other characters as depicted in other books.
Books are having there own world. A world far far away from reality. [ coz I read Fantasies]. Ever wish life like stories I read, which always turns out to be too good at the end
Life isn't like a book. Life isn't logical or sensible or orderly. Life is a mess most of the time. And theology must be lived in the midst of that mess.