Tuesday, December 14, 2010

City of Fallen Angels Teaser and Cover Reveal!!

It's up! It's up! It's UP!!!!


Cover reveal on Entertainment Weeklys Shelf Life!!! And a TEASER!!!!
Simon glanced toward the window. It was a brisk night, and the wind was blowing leaves across Second Avenue like handfuls of thrown confetti. There was a girl walking down the street, a girl in a tight belted trench coat, with long black hair that flew in the wind. People turned to watch her as she walked past. Simon had looked at girls like that before in the past, idly wondering where they were going, who they were meeting. Not guys like him, he knew that much.


Except this one was. The bell on the diner’s front door rang as the door opened, and Isabelle Lightwood came in. She smiled when she saw Simon, and came toward him, shrugging off her coat and draping it over the back of the chair before she sat down. Under the coat she was wearing one of what Clary called her “typical Isabelle outfits”: a tight short velvet dress, fishnet stockings, and boots. There was a knife stuck into the top of her left boot that Simon knew only he could see; still, everyone in the diner was watching as she sat down, flinging her hair back. Whatever she was wearing, Isabelle drew attention like a fireworks display.
Beautiful Isabelle Lightwood. When Simon had met her, he’d assumed she’d have no time for a guy like him. He’d turned out to bemostly right. Isabelle liked boys her parents disapproved of, and inher universe that meant Downworlders—faeries, werewolves, and vamps. That they’d been dating regularly for the past month or two amazed him, even if their relationship was limited mostly to infrequent meetings like this one. And even if he couldn’t help but wonder, if he’d never been changed into a vampire, if his whole life hadn’t been altered in that moment, would they be dating at all
And thanks Kristina! for close ups and Cassies comments on the cover, check out her blog.  Boy people are fast finding these things!

3 comments:

  1. There are close ups on Cassandra Clare's blog.
    http://cassandraclare.livejournal.com/45970.html

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  2. It is really lovely. I still prefer The City of Bones but this one is really pretty too

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  3. yah, I'm not crazy about seeing the faces, leaves less to the imagination. But I love that it matches up! nothing more annoying then when they stop matching.

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