Great book to listen to.
OUTSTANDING book series. Highly recommended. Every time I think "how can she top this?", she finds a way. Some people talk about the cliff hangers, but this is because she actually has several spin off series that goes deeper into those characters lives. Narration wise, I loved the narrator for books 2 and 3. Ever since then they have mostly been alright. This guy was better than the other guy they used in the series, but I still would prefer the other narrator from books 2 and 3.
The book was very good. I feel like there were a lot of cliffhangers Clare left you with and no real way to get to the bottom of them all. Some people may like that style, but I\'m just too curious! And I was really nervous beginning this audiobook due to all the terrible narrator reviews, but it really wasn\'t that bad. Yes the male narrator was a little stiff, but it\'s actually pretty easy to get used to, and he wasn\'t as bad as all the reviews implied. Sophie Turner is excellent, and I loved listening to her narrations.
Love this series! I'm so happy I found audiobooks!
i loved the series, but for some reason not sure if its narrator or what, the other audio books didnt stop listening tell book was over but this one really dont care if i finish it or not
The book is great but the male narrator is very hard to listen to. He doesn't use any inflection in his voice so it is hard to follow. The female is ok. I love the story and overall the book is great.
I loved this book! I got used to the narrator's as the book went on, but it was hard to listen to at first.
i love the books but i am really sorry about the movies...
I really enjoyed this book. I felt like it wrapped up the story. I just started reading the Shadowhunter Academy books, and those are tying up loose ends. I listen to a lot of books here, and was disappointed with the narration. The girl's voice drove me crazy and I wasn't impressed with the man's voice either. Probably my least favorite narrators of any book I've listened to.I really enjoyed the narrators of the Infernal Devices.
can't even finish it. The Narrator sounds like a , grown man pretending to be a small child with a lisp when he is speaking for Jace. I wish I could return it.
Cassandra Clare made her fiction debut with "The Mortal Instruments" series, which has been on many bestseller lists. Cassandra lives in an old Victorian house in western Massachusetts with her fianc -, their cats, and lots and lots of books. Visit her website at CassandraClare.com. Learn more about "The Mortal Instruments" trilogy at MortalInstruments.com. Learn about her new trilogy "The Infernal Devices" at TheInfernalDevices.com.