Monday, 30 May 2016



The Mortal Instruments Book 4

by Cassandra Clare

480 pp. Margaret K. McElderry Books. $13.99. (Ages 13 and up)



Rating: 4 Stars

  This book is a start of an new adventure. The enemy has lost and a new one rises. I think it is a good idea the author made a new enemy. Now the book wont end!
  I don't like how the author divides the book into many parts. It makes me think its a very large book and sometimes I get bored. It makes the book seems like a very very big book. And most pages are wasted for the page to say a new part and also the quote/poem the author has made.
  In a new story there will be new characters. The villain in the book has lost now if the next villain will be bigger new characters will come. The are new characters now like Mia, Jorgan and other characters.
  I don't like the part when a partner does not let the other one go in a fight because they don't want to lose them. Its like making a choice for a person. But a person can make its own choices. Another person cant make that choices for them. Its not fair. Why don't the parter let the other partner come into the fight it they want to, but protect them.
  Overall I think this book is good. I hope next time the author will not make more parts in a new book in the future. I rate this book 8/10 stars. And I also hope in the future that there wont be a partner bossing the other one to keep safe.