Top 6 Books by Cassandra Clare

 

Cassandra Clare is a typical American spirited girl who was born to American parents but in a different part of the world. It is safe to say that Cassandra has had the taste of entire world even before she was out of her teenage years. No wonder why her books are so relatable to anyone all around the world. She was born on July 27, 1977, in Teheran at Iran but she moved around a lot of places. Would you believe that she has even lived at the Himalayas once, but she was too small to remember her stay at the Himalayas? Unlike what she would say, Cassandra has lived the dream of every teenage child for she had officially lived in world’s most exotic countries- Switzerland, England and France before she even turned ten years old. Blame it on her not-so-stable lifestyle that she found her abode in reading books. She figured that books are the best way of understanding the culture and spirit of a country, this is what she did. She read books; in fact, she was always caught reading books. Well, we are indeed thankful for her book reading because that passion-turned-into-profession gifted us with one of the world’s most influential writers of all time.

Cassandra is just like anyone of us who get easily carried away by binge watching if she is working alone. Read the ten best Novels written by Cassandra Clare and a description of each which is given below:

 

City of Bones(2007)

This story is about a fifteen-year-old Clary Fray who randomly walks into a New York City Club one day only to end up witnessing an unfortunate murder. The murder that Clary witnessed was committed by three teenagers who were covered in strange tattoos. She also saw that they had some bizarre, never-seen-before weapons with them. Despite the entire vent, no one saw anything; there was not even a drop of blood in sight.

Read it For:
Cassandra is super good at maintaining the mystery and holding her readers until the last page of her book.
Don't Read it For:
If you are not a fiction-fan you should not read this because it is hardcore fiction.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book stands out of the stack for its not-so-usual events and mysteries.

Vacations from Hell(2009)

This book tells a story about a vacation which does not go as planned, in fact, just like the title suggests, the vacation was rather turned into one hell of a time other than being rejuvenating.

Read it For:
This is a product of this century’s most-read fiction writers which is a once-in-a-lifetime thing.
Don't Read it For:
Although it is an outstanding novel, yet it can get boring at one point in time.
What makes this book stand out?:
This was and still is one of the most anticipated fiction novels of all the times for the most obvious reasons and that it, people’s curiosity in reading the book written by top five fiction novelists!

The Midnight Heir(2013)

This story is about a young aged man namely, Magnus who never thought that he will ever set foot in London again. Anyway, he unexpectedly finds himself in London following an offer from Tatiana Blackthorn. But soon he finds out that her intentions were rather cruel intentions and nothing is the way that he imagined.

Read it For:
It is safe to say that despite all cruelty, the audience has loved to realign about the life of Magnus and has deeply fallen in love with his enigmatic personality.
Don't Read it For:
If you are not a die-hard fan of vampires and their secrets, one wouldn’t recommend you read this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
Its ability to keep its readers intact despite being a fiction is commendable.

Bitter of Tongue(2015)

In this book, a boy named, Simon is kidnapped by the Shadowhunters and he finds one of his old acquaintances in the hood. This book is about the adventures that Simon goes through post his kidnapping by the Faeries. In this book, he uncovers the truth about the alleged secret weapon which Sebastian has left behind for his queen.

Read it For:
This book is a part of the Shadow Hunter series by Cassandra herself. His adventure and life throughout the book was admirable and amazingly put together that engaged the readers and made it a best seller.
Don't Read it For:
The book is a little out of order with too many mysteries going on all together.
What makes this book stand out?:
Despite the hustle, it is a part of one of the best mastery novel series in the world.
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Nothing but shadows(2015)

Continuing her series of the Shadow Hunters, Cassandra continues in the Nothing but Shadows where she left behind in the Bitter of Tongue. She continues by telling the adventures of Simon who is now intrigued by learning more about James Heron dale’s stay at the shadow hunter academy.

Read it For:
Simon learns that the motto of the Shadow hunter academy, as the name suggests is to train its students about identifying the demons and eliminating them so as to end their existence and bring peace to the world.
Don't Read it For:
The book loses its direction by reaching the midpoint of the story.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book continues to be on her reader’s expectation who want to read about adventure and fiction on a whole new level.

The Bane Chronicles 10: The Course of True Love (and First Dates)

Cassandra’s readers know that she is all about fiction but who do not want to read a little romance in life? Catching the nerve of her readers, Cassandra wrote down this novel, which as the name suggests, is a tale of broken heart and the aftermath.

Read it For:
Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood have had the perfect love at first sight but rather they decide on going out on a date which is where the trouble begging. Alec Lightwood is a shadow hunter, despite knowing this fact he falls in love with Magnus.
Don't Read it For:
The story could have been short and precise, but isn’t.
What makes this book stand out?:
It is needless to say that this hopeless love in the novel is everyone’s dream.

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