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As dangers close in, Julian devises a risky scheme that depends on the cooperation of an unpredictable enemy. But success may come with a price he and Emma cannot even imagine, one that will bring with it a reckoning of blood that could have repercussions for everyone and everything they hold dear. My Thoughts Wow this is my first time actually reviewing a Cassandra Clare novel.
This is a special moment. I am spilling the effing crap out of this book. So this is where you leave. Bye bye.
Ok I have to discuss the end before continuing on with anything. I especially liked him in the book with all the parabatai thing going, and he was actually going to help Emma and Julian!! Ah then that stupid freaking Annabel stabbed him. Even though his death really devastated me, what really broke me, what really made me cry, was seeing Livvy a character that I have grown to really love and admire throughout this book just die.
Ty and Julian. All of them breaking down and screaming, Alec just kneeling down at his dad, and really all of the Blackthorn children just in pain and it made me bawl, and then the acknowledgments came. I really had to restrain myself from throwing my phone across the room. How that the bell chimes whenever an angel enters heaven, and the last sentence of the book was how the bell was chiming.
I just know that Ty and Kit are really going to need each other in the next book, especially Ty.
Livvy was his twin, his future parabatai, and he already has so much to deal with and then this happens and…I really feel like crying right now.
I feel like Ty is going to blame himself for her murder. To be honest, he scares me. He reminds me a lot of the protagonist in The Young Elites.
He was already so protective over his family. He was willing to sacrifice the world for them. Sometimes I think that he would sacrifice Emma to save his family, even if she is considered part of the family.
And now that the Inquisitor is dead, who is going to be the next one? I really hope that it gets appointed, and its not like whoever wants it, gets it, sort of thing. Who saw the Annabel thing coming? Honestly it really surprised me that she would betray us like that.
When she killed Malcolm, I gasped so hard. She was starting to grow on me, I started to like her! And do you think she was always allies with The Unseelie King?
OR it is what the Unseelie King said he has taken from the Queen. Will he become part of our crew? I have a unpopular opinion. I am not a big of either of the two.
Julian just scares me. He frightens the living hell out of me. But right now that is the least of my worries, I am more concerned about the Blackthorn children. The curse is going to happen. It is going to happen! Well Julian is already defying that. I was so surprised with how much I grew to love the Blackthorn children. But now Blackthorns children are my babies. Mark is so cute, I love Mark. I love how much he cares about Emma and how much he really cares about everyone.