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Cassandra Clare’s “City of Glass” Quotes (73 Quotes)


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  • Glory?....Glory belongs to God alone.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • It sucked to be old enough to want to know what was going on, but so young you were always dismissed.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • She looked out then, through the crowd, and saw Simon with the Lightwoods, looking at her across the empty space that separated them. It was the same way that Jace had looked at her at the manor. It was the one thread that bound these two boys that she loved so much, she thought, their one commonality: They both believed in her even when she didn't believe in herself.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • We may not be all that bright, Jace said, but at least we are alive.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • Hail and Farewell, my brother.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")


  • It was only recently that Isabelle had realized other girls weren't just for envying, avoiding, or disliking.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • She supposed they were imperfections, those marks, but they didn't feel that way to her; they were a history, cut into his body, the map of a life of endless war.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • What doesn't kill...better start running.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • All that existed was Jace; all she felt, hoped, breathed, wanted, and saw was Jace. Nothing else mattered.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • He'd woken up the next day in the city hospital with Magnus Bane staring down at him with an odd expression--it could have been deep concern or merely curiosity, it was hard to tell with Magnus.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • I've been wandering around all night-I couldn't sleep-and I kept finding myself walking here. To you.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • She thought of the way Jace had looked at her then, the blaze of faith in his eyes, his belief in her. He had always thought she was strong. He had showed it in everything he did, in every look and every touch. Simon had faith in her too, yet when he'd held her, it had been as if she were something fragile, something made of delicate glass. But Jace had held her with all the strength he had, never wondering if she could take it -- he'd known she was as strong as he was.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • Whatever doesn't kill me...had better start running.
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • And in some way, Clary thought, he meant it, meant his gratitude. He had long ago lost the ability to distinguish between force and cooperation, between fear and willingness, between love and torture. And with that realization came a rush of numbness-what was the point of hating Valentine for being a monster when he didn't even know he was one?
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")

  • How had it happened, Simon thought, that he was bound to these people-to people who thought of him as nothing more than a Downworlder, half human at best?
    (Cassandra Clare, "City of Glass")


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