agarotaquasesemhistorias said: Hey Cassie! You’re one of my favorite writers of all times!!! I think CP2 actually made accidental horcruxes of mine because my soul was definitely shattered. Well, I’ve always loved Sebastian’s character, because his story is so complex and there’s so much we don’t know about him. I wish we had gotten more time to see what he could’ve been… Is that possible? To see a what if? Also Jem believed in reincarnation. Is it true in the story?
I wouldn’t want to commit to a specific what if. There are too many factors that have gone into making Jonathan who he is. A Jonathan with demon blood, but not raised by Valentine is one thing. A Jonathan without demon blood, but raised by Valentine is something else. A Jonathan without demon blood and not raised by Valentine might be what we saw in Clary’s dream — that’s as close to a what-if as I think we’ll ever get.
As for Jem being right — I can’t tell you what happens when you die. I don’t know. The characters in the book don’t know. Jem believes what he believes. But none of them, even if they are Shadowhunters, have the answer to life after death. Continue reading
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With the release of her new novella less than a month away, Veronica sits down with the folks from R29 for an exclusive interview!
If you were 16 again, which faction would you choose and why?
“I am obviously a totally different person from when I was 16, but I think I was really determined that I wanted to be a badass — even though I only ever got a lunch detention for forgetting my gym uniform. Not really true, but I probably would have chosen Dauntless because I would have wanted so badly to believe that I was tough enough.”
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Shailene Woodley is a name heard frequently around the film industry recently. Her latest movie, The Fault in our Stars, in which she plays a teenager struggling with terminal cancer, is #1 in the theaters. On the set of her cover shoot for the April edition of Teen Vogue, Shailene talks about her role Hazel, her beauty secrets, and what she would be doing if she wasn’t an actress.
Author of the New York Times best-selling series The Mortal Instruments, Cassandra Clare sits down to talk with Jason Dohring who narrates the male role in the audiobook for Clare’s new novel, City of Heavenly Fire. In this interview chat about their favorite reads, Jason’s experiences while voicing the novel, and Cassandra’s thoughts about her series coming to a close.
A new featurette was released today for the upcoming movie, The Fault in our Stars! It features brief interviews with John Green (author), Josh Boone (director), Ansel Elgort (actor), Shailene Woodley (actress), and music contributors to talk about the music in the film.
Watch stars of The Fault in our Stars, Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley as they interview each other and you find out all you could ever want to know about them in sixty seconds.
Today Cassandra Clare did an exclusive interview with Goodreads to talk about her new book City of Heavenly Fire (May 27th).
Ever since the cover of City of Heavenly Fire was revealed in January,Cassandra Clare fans have gone Sherlock on it, trying to figure out what the image of Clary facing off against her brother Sebastian might mean for the finale of the insanely popular The Mortal Instruments series.Clary’s all in white! The Shadowhunter color of mourning! What do the details on Sebastian’s sword mean?! Of course the manuscript is under serious lock and key, and that only stokes speculatory flames. Continue reading
An exclusive interview with Julianne Moore who will be playing President Coin in the upcoming movie, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1!