Date: September 24th/2017
Name of Reviewer: Fernanda García
Title: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
Author: Cassandra Clare
At Pandemonium, New York's elegant nightclub, Clary follows an attractive blue-haired boy until death comes to the hands of three young men covered with strange marks.
From that night, his fate joins that of those three shadow hunters, warriors dedicated to liberating the land of the demons, and especially, the one of Jace, a boy with aspect of angel a little introverted.
Take a series of events where Clary realizes that what happened is not a coincidence but is linked to its past.
A thousand years ago, the angel Raziel mixed his blood with that of humans, thus creating the race of shadow hunters, who live with us to protect us from the demons; although they are invisible to the human eye.
This book is the greatest of reality, its characters are extraordinary beings, the plot is quite enveloping that you can not intuit the end as the development of things, the bad are less than imagine and the real reason why it develops the plot is unimaginable.
I recommend the book to all who like the supernatural and fantastic.
The book gives the reader a plot of suspense and horror that allows the reader to move and imagine each of the characters and scenarios where history is developed, it is recommended for those who lean towards the supernatural.