Well, I never know specifically because usually what happens is they give the trailer to MTV or Entertainment Weekly and they kinda run it when they run it. But it’s supposed to be this week, if that helps.
Next week they’ll be revealing the whole first chapter of Clockwork Princess — yep, not the prologue, which you already got (on the app, and if you search the clockwork-princess-prologue tag) but the whole first chapter. It’s going to be interactive, and should be lots of fun. :)
City of Bones
City of Ashes
City of Glass*
- Read the original first chapter of City of Glass
- Deleted Jalec kiss
- Manor scene: Jace’s PoV
- Jace’s letter to Clary
- Jocelyn’s story
City of Fallen Angels
City of Lost Souls
- A Question of Power
- The Act of Falling
- A Dark Transformation
- Stephen’s letter to Jace (probably coming soon)
- Deleted Malec scene
- Deleted or cut scenes
City of Heavenly Fire
- On the Bridge: Will and Jem
- Of Loss: Will’s perspective on his kiss with Tessa
- Why Will Hates Ducks
- Magnus’s Vow (embargoed)
- Will’s letter to his parents
- Burning Bright: Jem’s meeting with Tessa from his viewpoint
- Will’s letter to Tessa (embargoed?)
- An Offering of Moonlight: Jem’s Perspective on “Fierce Midnight”
All the bonus content is put under the book titles where you can find the extras in, e.g. The Act of Falling is set in City of Fallen Angels but you can find it in City of Lost Souls.
*There are more outtakes for City of Glass but due to Cassie’s ‘new’ webpage the links are no longer available.
I just want to ask… Will the feels at the end of CP2 kill us? I want to prepare myself for cying my eyes and heart out.
Love you Cassie! Thank you for every word u wrote!
Well, if you really want to avoid feels, skip the epilogue.
But then I think you will miss a lot of what the book is about. :) I’m not a good judge of these things; I don’t cry much at books or movies (I get mad, and jump up and down, like when I watched Parade’s End and even though I had already read the books and knew how it went I was still mad when the love triangle didn’t turn out the way I wanted. I would have thrown something, but I was on a plane.)
I mean, I certainly don’t intend the message of the books to be “I will crush you! Life is a meaningless lottery of tragedy and chance!” Bad things happen to people who don’t deserve them, and a lot of pain is felt by a lot of people, and there are sad things that happen that cannot be undone, and people die and they don’t come back. Because those things happen. But I do think fiction has a certain responsibility to be more meaningful than actual life. Otherwise, what’s the point of it?
So, ultimately, I hope the message of the book(s) is that even though bad things happen to people who don’t deserve them, and sometimes hearts get broken, as long as you can love, you have everything you need.
*chuckles evilly* She might. She might indeed.
And if you’re jonesing for Infernal Devices Magnus in the Bane Chronicles, I think you’re really going to like one story in particular. It’s titled Vampires, Scones and Edmund Herondale.
They can crack open a man’s mind the way you might crack open a walnut-and leave him screaming alone in the dark if that is what they desire.
Welcome to the City of Bones
THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES
Cassandra Clare on Clockwork Princess, EW interview
mistaken identities what
Awww, Jamie! :’D