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Book Title: The Mortal Instruments 1: City of Bones

New York Times No. 1 Bestseller

This book, 'The Mortal Instruments 1: City of Bones' is one of the few privileged ones that make it to the list of New York Times No. 1 best-seller. A young adult novel, The Mortal Instruments is the perfect blend of romance and fiction. If you are a fan of these two genres, this book is an ideal combination to satisfy the reader in you. The book has been written in a lyrical tone. The book has been praised by many and apart from being the NY Times No. 1 Bestseller, it has also won words of praise from CJ Daugherty of the Big Issue, Fiona Noble and First News.
Legendary Urban Fantasy

This book is a legendary urban fantasy and is all about angels and demons and warlocks and their mesmerizing antics. The story is set in urban New York and yet, in the vastness of the place, it manages to set up its own world, an underground which is shadowy, brave and fierce. While the story sets in pace, it also unfolds love and romance which is why it becomes a suitable book for people of all ages.
First Installation of the Shadow Hunter Chronicles

This book is among the first few from the series of the Shadow Hunter Chronicles and precedes books like The Infernal Device, Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, The Bane Chronicles and the Shadowhunter Codex. This series is considered to be one of the best modern day fantasy tales.

Author Name: Cassandra Clare
Reference Number:C 1362
ISBN: 9781406362169
Number of Pages: 512
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