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City of Bones (MP3)
Mortal Instruments #1
Written by:
Cassandra Clare 
Read by:
Ari Graynor 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
14 hours 11 minutes 
MP3 size:
600 MB 
September 28 2017 
Available Date:
September 28 2017 
Age Category:
Young Adult 
Fiction; Urban Fantasy; Young Adult Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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International bestseller
New York Times bestseller

Winner American Library Association / Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults 2008
Finalist Locus Award 2007

"Dagger-sharp, funky, and cool, Cassandra Clare's City of Bones is among the best of the post-Buffy monster-hunter sagas. It's a blast."
Christopher Golden

"A story world I love."
Stephenie Meyer

An urban fantasy that will thrill fans of Buffy.

Clary Fray is seeing things: vampires in Brooklyn and werewolves in Manhattan. Irresistably drawn towards a group of sexy demon hunters, Clary encounters the dark side of New York City – and the dangers of forbidden love.

"This urban fantasy series opener spices its fight against evil with sexual tension. Fifteen-year-old geek hipster Clary thought she was just a normal kid, but normal kids don't see invisible people, and normal kids' mothers don't suddenly disappear, seemingly captured by horrific monsters. But like many fantasy heroines, Clary isn't normal, and she's got all the secret parentage, dramatic revelations, and amazing magic powers to prove it....The story's sensual flavor comes from the wealth of detail: demons with facial piercings, diners serving locusts and honey, pretty gay warlocks, and cameo appearances from other urban fantasies' characters....Lush and fun."
Kirkus Reviews

First in a trilogy, a witty, action-packed urban fantasy of vampires, warlocks and shapeshifters that fans of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" will enjoy.
The Guardian