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"To love is to destroy, to destroy is to love. -Jace Herondale" - Cassandra Clare

"Love make us a liar. . Jace Wayland/Herondale, City of Ashes" - Cassandra Clare

"Something snapped inside Maryse. "He is not a Herondale. He is a Lightwood. Jace Lightwood. He's my son." - Cassandra Clare

"Something snapped inside Maryse. "He is not a Herondale. He is a Lightwood. Jace Lightwood. He's my son." - Cassandra Clare

"Hotter than me? -Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"Max," Jace said. "Max, I'm so sorry." - Cassandra Clare

"My blood in his veins." ~Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"Jace whistled. "Raphael is really having an exceptionally bad night." -Jace, pg.283-" - Cassandra Clare

"And what colour do you suppose the inner depths of your soul are, Will Herondale?' 'Mauve,' said Will." - Cassandra Clare

"And I would do it again. I love you, Jace Wayland-Herondale-Lightwood-whatever you want to call yourself. I don't care. I love you and I will always love you, and pretending it could be any other ways is just a waste of time." - Cassandra Clare

"(...)I don't know who I am. I look like Stephen Herondale, and I act like a Lightwood and I talk like my father- like Valentine. So I see myself in your eyes and i try to be that person and I think faith might be enough to make me who you wnat me to be." (Jace, to Clary)" - Cassandra Clare

"Jace wasn't exactly prone to random fits of panic" - Cassandra Clare

"My hair is naturally blonde... Just for the record. ~ Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"No," Jace agreed. "We don't fly. We break and enter." - Cassandra Clare

"It's the mortal cup Jace, not the mortal toilet bowl." - Cassandra Clare

"All that existed was Jace; all she felt, hoped, breathed, wanted, and saw was Jace. Nothing else mattered." - Cassandra Clare

"The girl behind the scrawled letters. I loved you from the moment I read them. I love you still." - Will Herondale" - Cassandra Clare

"They all have always loved you, Will Herondale, for you cannot hide what is good about yourself, however hard you try." - Cassandra Clare

"Jace slammed his hand down on the stele. "Clary-" "She said she does' want it," said Simon. "Ha-ha." "Ha-ha?" Jace looked incredulous. "That's your comeback?" - Cassandra Clare

"He has many things I have' got," said Jace. "Like nearsightedness, bad posture, and an appalling lack of coordination." -Jace about Simon, pg. 331-" - Cassandra Clare

"Jace slammed his hand down on the stele. "Clary-" "She said she doesn't want it," said Simon. "Ha-ha." "Ha-ha?" Jace looked incredulous. "That's your comeback?" - Cassandra Clare

"He has many things I haven't got," said Jace. "Like nearsightedness, bad posture, and an appalling lack of coordination." -Jace about Simon, pg. 331-" - Cassandra Clare

"Kill me, little sister. Kill me and you kill Jace, too." - Cassandra Clare

"Missing, one stunningly attractive teenage boy. Answers to 'Jace' or 'Hot Stuff" - Cassandra Clare

"Now that I'm in your mind, want to see some naked mental pictures of Jace?" - Cassandra Clare

"I let them think I did that" said Jace "My reign of terror continues" - Cassandra Clare

"I suppose you've always been amazing at this stuff."- Clary "I was born amazing." - Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"We may not be all that bright, Jace said, but at least we are alive." - Cassandra Clare

"Kyle is a werewolf?"asked Simon "Of course he's a werewolf,you moron"said Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"Jace likes to pretend that everyone is' talking about him, even when he knows they are." - Cassandra Clare

"As it turned out, everyone wanted a doughnut. Jace wanted two." - Cassandra Clare

"Jace likes to pretend that everyone isn't talking about him, even when he knows they are." - Cassandra Clare

"Only mundanes say they're sorry when what they mean is "I share your grief,"' Jace observed." - Cassandra Clare

"Jace suggested that the cast of "Gilligan's Island" could go do something anatomically unlikely with themselves." - Cassandra Clare

"With Jace, you don't really get to choose your insulting nickname." - Cassandra Clare

"If you wanted to rip my clothes off, you should have asked." (Jace Wayland)" - Cassandra Clare

"This is bad," said Jace. "You said that before." "It seemed worth repeating." - Cassandra Clare

"Not everyone wants you all the time, Jace," he said. "Don't be ridiculous." - Cassandra Clare

"Raphael snapped, "This isn't funny." "That's why no one's laughing." -Raphael & Jace, pg.272-" - Cassandra Clare

"Enormous? Did you just call me FAT? I am not fat. - Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"I have lost everything. Lost everything. Everything. - William Herondale" - Cassandra Clare

"Bloodthirsty little beasts. Never trust a duck.- William Herondale" - Cassandra Clare

"Perhaps [James Herondale] loved vice for vice's own sake." - Cassandra Clare

"Concerned about my safety, are you? -William Herondale." - Cassandra Clare

"Simon-But werewolfs don't like our kind! Jordan-I do. It's his kind I don't like. They think they're better than everyone else. Jace-No, I think I'm better than everybody else. City of Fallen Angels- Jace, Simon, and Jordan." - Cassandra Clare

"And you don't care that I'm your brother," he said. "I know how you felt about Jace, even when you thought he was your brother. You can't lie to me." "Jace is better than you." "No one's better than me." - Cassandra Clare

"Jace reached up to unzip his jacket. Simon-I dont care how hungry I am, I am not going to drink your blood again. Jace-Like I would let you." - Cassandra Clare

"Why, oh why, had Jace picked a fight with a pack of wolves? What had possessed him? Then again, it was Jace. He'd pick a fight with a Mack truck if the urge took him. -Clary, pg.40-" - Cassandra Clare

"Before Simon could answer, he heard the sound of the front door opening. He looked daggers at Jace. "That's my roommate. Kyle. Be nice." Jace smiled charmingly. "I'm always nice." - Cassandra Clare

"Well, I'm not kissing the mundane," said Jace. "I"d rather stay down here and rot." "Forever?" said Simon. "Forever's an awfully long time." Jace raised his eyebrows. "I knew it," he said. "You want to kiss me, do' you?" - Cassandra Clare

"It's not funny, Jace," Alec interrupted, starting to his feet. "Are you just going to let her stand there and call me names?" "Yes," Jace said kindly. "It'll do you good- try to think of it as endurance training." - Cassandra Clare

"Clary stopped dead in her tracks. "Simon?" "Oh, God," said Jace, sounding resigned. "And here I'd actually hoped I'd got hold of something interesting." -Clary and Jace pg. 114" - Cassandra Clare

"Right. Vampires. But how do they get inside?" "They fly" ... "We dont fly," Clary felt impelled to point out. "No," Jace agreed. "We dont fly. We break and enter." ... "Flying sounds like more fun." -Clary & Jace, pg.258-" - Cassandra Clare

"This one incident I will not allow you to shrug off!" "I wasn't planning to," Jace said. "I can't shrug anything off. My shoulder's dislocated." -Hodge & Jace, pg.296-" - Cassandra Clare

"She was afraid you'd freak out? Start seeing demons in the White House?" ... "There are demons in the White House?" "I was kidding," said Jace. "I think." -Jace & Clary, pg.311-" - Cassandra Clare

"What happened to you?" Jace looked affronted. "What happened to me?" Alec shook him, not lightly. "You said you were going for a walk! What kind of walk takes six hours?" "A long one?" Jace suggested." - Cassandra Clare

"Shotgun!" announced Clary as Jace came back around the side of the van. Alec grabbed for his bow, strapped across his back. "Where?" "She means she wants the front seat," said Jace, pushing wet hair out of his eyes." - Cassandra Clare

"Dios," he said, addressing himself to Jace. "What happened to you, brother? You look as if a pack of wolves tried to tear you apart." "That's either a shockingly good guess," said Jace, "or you heard about what happened." - Cassandra Clare

"Well, I'm not kissing the mundane," said Jace. "I'd rather stay down here and rot." "Forever?" said Simon. "Forever's an awfully long time." Jace raised his eyebrows. "I knew it," he said. "You want to kiss me, don't you?" - Cassandra Clare

"Hello?" Isabelle called from the other side. "Simon, is your diva moment over? I need to talk to Jace." - Cassandra Clare

"Not everything Jace did was insane and suicidal, she reminded herself. It just seemed that way. -Clary, pg.46-" - Cassandra Clare

"It was like a bad movie except he didn't actually twirl his mustache." -Jace to Maryse about Valentine, pg.122-" - Cassandra Clare

"Exsanguinated," said Jace, impressed. "That's a big word." "And you're a big-" "Tsk tsk," he interrupted. "No swearing in church." - Cassandra Clare

"There was no Jace Wayland more real than the one he saw in her eyes when she looked at him." - Cassandra Clare

"What's this?" "That's a mango." Simon stared at Jace. Sometimes it really is like Shadowhunters were from an alien planet. "I don't think I've seen one of those that wasn't already cut up," Jace mused. "I like mangoes." Simon grabbed the mango and tossed it into the cart. "Great. What else do you like?" Jace pondered for a moment. "Tomato soup," he said finally. "Tomato soup? You want tomato soup and a mango for dinner?" Jace shrugged. "I don't really care about food." - Cassandra Clare

"What's an eBay?" "A mythical place of great magical power." - Jace Wayland and Clary Fray (City of Bones)" - Cassandra Clare

"Sebastian never does anything just for fun." Jace took Clary's hand and pulled her toward him. "But I do." - Cassandra Clare

"Are you threatening to kidnap me?" "If you want to look at it that way," Jace said, "yes." - Cassandra Clare

"Actually," said Jace, "I prefer to think that I'm a liar in a way that's uniquely my own." - Cassandra Clare

"Then again, it was Jace. He'd pick a fight with a Mack truck if the urge took him." - Cassandra Clare

"Ouch," Jace said in her ear, his tone indignant. "You elbowed me." "Well, you landed on me." - Cassandra Clare

"Why are you such an asshat?" "An asshat?" Jace looked as if he were about to laugh." - Cassandra Clare

"You invited him into bed?" Simon demanded, looking shaken. "Ridiculous, isn't it?" said Jace. "We would never have all fit." - Cassandra Clare

"So, technically," Simon said, "even though Jace isn't actually related to you, you have kissed your brother." - Cassandra Clare

"Simon to die. Jace to live. Jonathon to retune. And you Valentine's daughter, to be the catalist of it all." - Cassandra Clare

"We should'," protested Isabelle. "The Clave has a plan." "The Clave has the collective intelligence of a pineapple," said Jace. Alec blinked up at them. "Jace is right." Isabelle turned on her brother. "What do you know? You were' even paying attention." "I was," Alec said, injured. "I said Jace was right." "Yeah, but there's like a 90% chance of me being right most of the time, so that's not proof you were listening," said Jace. "That's just a good guess." - Cassandra Clare

"When Jace opened the greenhouse door, the scent hit Clary, soft as the padded blow of a cat's paw..." - Cassandra Clare

"I can only assume," said Jace, "that mortal emotions amuse you because you have none of your own." - Cassandra Clare

"And I don't see how Sebastian can be all that fond of Jace, either. He was horribly jealous of him all his life. He thought Jace was Valentine's favorite," added Clary. "Not to mention," Magnus noted, "that Jace killed him. That would put anyone off." - Cassandra Clare

"And the Clave wants to meet Clarissa. You know that, Jace." "The Clave can screw itself." "Jace," Maryse said, sounding genuinely parental for a change. "Language." "The Clave wants a lot of things," Jace amended. "It shouldn't necessarily get them all." - Cassandra Clare

"Never trust a duck" - Will Herondale "We are bound, you and I, over the divide of death, down through whatever generations may come. Forever." - Will Herondale" - Cassandra Clare

"I don't think Will Herondale and a sense of responsibility are even on speaking terms" - Cassandra Clare

"She warned me about Mr. Herondale, though, said he'd likely be rude to me, and familiar. She said I could be rude right back, that nobody would mind." "Someone ought to be rude to him. He's rude enough to everyone else." - Cassandra Clare

"I do' think Will Herondale and a sense of responsibility are even on speaking terms" - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus looked at her meditatively. 'I think,' he said, 'there isn't much that Jace wouldn't do for you, if you asked him.' Clary opened her mouth and then shut it again. She thought of the way Magnus had always seemed to know how Alec felt about Jace, how Simon felt about her. Her feelings for Jace must be written on her face even now, and Magnus was an expert reader. She glanced away." - Cassandra Clare

"Sometimes when she looks at him that way he finds himself almost blushing; a feeling so strange he almost doesn't recognize it. Jace Wayland doesn't blush." - Cassandra Clare

"But Clary never found out what it wasn't, because there was a cry of "Jace!" and Alec appeared, breathless from pushing his way through the crowd to get them. His dark hair was a mess and there was blood on his clothes, but his eyes were bright with a mixture of relief and anger. He grabbed Jace by the front of his jacket. "What happened to you?" Jace looked affronted. "What happened to me?" Alec looked at him, not lightly. "You said you were going for a walk! What kind of walk takes six hours?" "A long one?" Jace suggested." - Cassandra Clare

"(Jace) "Is there anything special you want to see? Paris? Budapest? The Leaning Tower of Pisa?" Only if it falls on Sebastian's head, she thought." - Cassandra Clare

"It's me," said Jace. "Watching me play Scrabble is enough to make most women swoon. Imagine if I actually put in some effort." - Cassandra Clare

"The Queen sniffed. "I rather miss your Jace," she said. "Of all of you, he was the prettiest and the best-mannered." - Cassandra Clare

"Sebastian sighed an exaggerated sigh and swung the door shut. Clary stared at Jace. "What the f-" "Language, Fray." Jace's eyes danced. "Relax." - Cassandra Clare

"But-Jace what are you doing?' 'Finishing my shower. And if you've made me run through all the hot water, I'll be very annoyed." - Cassandra Clare

"I think I like 'mundane' better than 'bloodsucker,'" Simon muttered. "With Jace, you don't really get to choose your insulting nickname." -Simon and Clary, pg.234-" - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus wants to shout at me, don't you, Magnus?" (Jace) "Yes," Magnus said, tearing his eyes away from Alec long enough to scowl. -pg.275-" - Cassandra Clare

"You know, when most girls say they want a big rock, they don't mean, you know, literally a big rock. -Clary Fray to Jace Wayland" - Cassandra Clare

"You're the first Shadowhunter I've ever met." "That's too bad," said Jace, "since all the others you meet from now on will be a terrible letdown." - Cassandra Clare

"You look lousy,"Simon said. Jace blinked."Seems an odd time to start an insult contest,but if you insist,I could probably think up something good" - Cassandra Clare

"You ate something yesterday.You sure?"asked Simon Jace shrugged."Well,I wouldnt swear on a stack of Bibles.I think it was yesterday,though." - Cassandra Clare

"My shoulder will never be the same. I expect you to nurse me back to health." - City of Bones (said by Jace Wayland)" - Cassandra Clare

"It's nearly full dark. We should go." "We? I thought you were going to leave me alone." "I lied," Jace said without a shred of embarrassment." - Cassandra Clare

"He picks up his dates in a van? No wonder he's such a hit with the ladies." -Jace about Simon, pg. 331-" - Cassandra Clare

"Investigation?" Isabelle laughed. "Now we're detectives? Maybe we should all have code names." "Good idea," said Jace. "I shall be Baron Hotschaft Von Hugenstein." - Cassandra Clare

"I forgot that's what gets you all hot and bothered, Jace, girls killing things." "I like anyone killing things, especially me." he said with a smile." - Cassandra Clare

"molesting the vampire while he's too weak to fight back, iz? jace asked. i'm pretty sure that violates at least one of the accords." - Cassandra Clare

"i told you he'd freak out, she siad. didn't i? ah, the i told you so, jace said. always a classy move" - Cassandra Clare

"Jace hated it when other people were worried on his behalf. It made him feel like maybe there really was something to worry about." - Cassandra Clare

"It's Simon, he's missing." Ahh." said Magnus delicately "Missing what exactly?" Missing!" Jace repeated "As in gone, absent, notable for his lack of presence, disappeared" - Cassandra Clare

"He has fought many battles with us" (Jace) By which you mean one battle" muttered Simon. "Two if you count the one I was a rat" - Cassandra Clare

"Raphael snapped, "This isn't funny." "That's why no one's laughing." Jace stood, hauling Raphael upright, jamming the tip of his knife between Raphael's shoulder blades." - Cassandra Clare

"Max," Jace said. "Max, I'm so sorry." - Cassandra Clare

"Jace, on the other hand, looked like the sort of boy who'd come over to your house and burn it down for kicks." - Cassandra Clare

"Anything?" She laughed. "Like what kind of anything did you want?" "Well, when I was five, I wanted to take a bath in spaghetti." -Clary & Jace, pg.310-" - Cassandra Clare

"I'm not so sure about this wind and howling darkness business," Jace went on, "smells more like landfill to me. You sure you're not from Staten Island?" - Cassandra Clare

"Lust," she said. "Lust is a deadly sin." "And spanking." "I think that falls under lust." "I think it should have its own category." said Jace" - Cassandra Clare

"Simon grinned. "You've never heard of Dungeons and Dragons?" "I've heard of dungeons," Jace said. "Also dragons. Although they're mostly extinct." - Cassandra Clare

"She gritted her teeth. She was here with Sebastian, on her way to see a powerful warlock, and mentally she was maundering on about the way Jace smelled." - Cassandra Clare

"Only Jace, Clary thought, could look cool in pajama bottoms and an old T-shirt, but he pulled it off, probably through sheer force of will. -pg. 329-" - Cassandra Clare

"He picks up his dates in a van? No wonder he's such a hit with the ladies." -Jace about Simon, pg. 331-" - Cassandra Clare

"But-Jace what are you doing?Finishing my shower. And if you"ve made me run through all the hot water, I"ll be very annoyed." - Cassandra Clare

"We came to see Jace. Is he alright?" "I don't know," Magnus said. "Does he normally just lie on the floor like that without moving?" - Cassandra Clare

"Is standing by the window muttering about blood something he does all the time?" asked Simon. "No," Jace said. "Sometimes he sits on the couch and does it." - Cassandra Clare

"It wouldn't be my move," Jace agreed. "First the candy and flowers, then the apology letters, then the ravenous demon hordes. In that order." - Cassandra Clare

"Not everything is about you," Clary said furiously. "Possibly," Jace said, "but you do have to admit that the majority of things are." - Cassandra Clare

"It's not gray," Clary felt compelled to point out. "It's green." "If there was such a thing as terminal literalism, you'd have died in childhood," said Jace." - Cassandra Clare

"I figured all your classes were stuff like Slaughter 101 and Beheading for Beginners." Jace flipped a page. "Very funny, Fray." - Cassandra Clare

"I don't like keeping her in the dark," Jace said. "We'll tell her in a week. What difference does a week make?" Jace gave him a look. "Two weeks ago you were dead." "Well, I wasn't suggesting two weeks," said Sebastian. "That would be insane." - Cassandra Clare

"What do you want?" Jace shrugged. "Clothes mostly, some weapons." Sebastion shook his head. "Too dangerous. We need to get in and out fast. Only emergency items." "My favourite jacket is an emergency item," Jace said. It was so much like hearing him talk to Alec, to any of his friends. "Much like myself, it is both snuggly and fashionable." - Cassandra Clare

"I can see why you like it here," he said,making a sweeping gesture that encompassed Kyle's collection of movie posters and science fiction books. "There's a thin layer of nerd all over everything." said Jace. "Thanks. I appreciate that." Simon gave Jace a hard look." - Cassandra Clare

"Sebastian just smiled. "I could hear your heart beating," he said softly. "When you were watching me with Valentine. Did it bother you?" "That you seem to be dating my dad?" Jace shrugged. "You're a little young for him, to be honest." "What?" For the first time since Jace had met him, Sebastian seemed flabbergasted." - Cassandra Clare

"You and Jace - you're not quite normal, are you? I mean, not normal Shadowhunters. There's something special about you both. Like the Seelie Queen said. You were experiments." He smiled at her startled look. "I'm not stupid. I can put these things together. You with your rune powers, and Jace, well...no one could be that annoying without some kind of supernatural assistance." - Cassandra Clare

"Oh, its big enough," he said patronizingly, "but somehow I was expecting...you know." He gestured with his hands, indicating something roughly the size of a house cat. "It's the Mortal Cup, Jace, not the Mortal Toilet Bowl," said Isabelle. -Jace & Isabelle, pg.349-" - Cassandra Clare

"What are all these?" Clary asked. "Vials of holy water, blessed knives, steel and silver blades," Jace said, piling the weapons on the floor beside him, "electrum wire - not much use at the moment but it's always good to have spares - silver bullets, charms of protetion, crucifixes, stars of David-" "Jesus," said Clary "I doubt he'd fit." "Jace." Clary was appalled." - Cassandra Clare

"Sebastian just smiled. "I could hear your heart beating," he said softly. "When you were watching me with Valentine. Did it bother you?" "That you seem to be dating my dad?" Jace shrugged. "You're a little young for him, to be honest." "What?" For the first time since Jace had met him, Sebastian seemed flabbergasted." - Cassandra Clare

"And as for the Lightwoods," Simon said, "it's not that I like them that much. I mean, I like Isabelle, and I sort of like Alec and Jace, too. But there's this girl. And Jace is her brother." When Samuel replied, he sounded, for the first time genuinely amused. "Isn't there always a girl." - Cassandra Clare

"I'm all right,' Jace protested, but his hand gripped Alec's sleeve tightly. 'I can stand.' It looks to me like you're using a wall to prop you up. That's not my definition of "standing."' It's leaning,' Jace told him. 'Leaning comes right before standing." - Cassandra Clare

"I should have warned her about your habit of never doing what you're told." Jace squinted at her. "Are those Isabelle's clothes? They look ridiculous on you." "I could point out that you burned my clothes." -Jace and Clary pg. 63" - Cassandra Clare

"If you knew how to cook, maybe I would eat," Jace muttered. Isabelle froze, her spoon poised dangerously. "What did you say?" Jace edged toward the fridge. "I said I'm going to look for a snack to eat." That's what I thought you said." Isabelle turned her attention to the soup." - Cassandra Clare

"Yes," Jace said, "I regret having disobeyed you." No! Clary thought, but her heart sank. Was he giving up, did he think it was the only way to save her and Simon? Valentine's face softened. "Jonathan-" "Especially," Jace said, "since I plan to do it again. Right now." - Cassandra Clare

"Romanian? That's impressive," said Jace. "Not many people speak it." "Do you?" Sebastian asked with interest. "Not really," Jace said with a smile so disarming Simon knew he was lying. "My Romanian is pretty much limited to useful phrases like, 'Are these snakes poisonous?' and 'But you look much too young to be a police officer." - Cassandra Clare

"You on your way out?" Jace nodded. "Dont want to overstay our welcome." "What welcome?" Magnus asked. "I'd say is was a pleasure to meet you, but it wasn't. Not that you aren't all fairly charming, and as for you-" He dropped a glittery wink at Alec, who looked astounded. "Call me?" -Magnus & Jace, pg.243-" - Cassandra Clare

"She had imagined Jace leaping from the bed in astonishment and gasping something like "Egad!" This didn't happen-largely, she suspected, because Jace had seen much stranger things in his life, and also because nobody used the word "Egad!" anymore. His eyes widened, though." - Cassandra Clare

"You and Jace - you're not quite normal, are you? I mean, not normal Shadowhunters. There's something special about you both. Like the Seelie Queen said. You were experiments." He smiled at her startled look. "I'm not stupid. I can put these things together. You with your rune powers, and Jace, well...no one could be that annoying without some kind of supernatural assistance." - Cassandra Clare

"Most Shadowhunters get their first Marks at twelve. It must have been in your blood." "Maybe. Although I doubt most Shadowhunters get a tattoo of Donatello from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on their left shoulder." Jace looked baffled. "You wanted a turtle on your shoulder?" -Jace & Clary, pg. 314-" - Cassandra Clare

"Oh, its big enough," he said patronizingly, "but somehow I was expecting...you know." He gestured with his hands, indicating something roughly the size of a house cat. "It's the Mortal Cup, Jace, not the Mortal Toilet Bowl," said Isabelle. -Jace & Isabelle, pg.349-" - Cassandra Clare

"Have you fallen in love with the wrong person yet?' Jace said, "Unfortunately, Lady of the Haven, my one true love remains myself." ..."At least," she said, "you don't have to worry about rejection, Jace Wayland." "Not necessarily. I turn myself down occasionally, just to keep it interesting." - Cassandra Clare

"He had lost Will Herondale. And he did not know if he could ever get him back." - Cassandra Clare

"The moment the door opened, Jace seized up a yellow pencil lying on the desk and threw it. It sailed through the air and struck the wall just next to Luke's head, where it stuck, vibrating. Luke's eyes widened. Jace smiled faintly. "Sorry, I didn't realize it was you." ... Luke indicated Simon and Clary with a wave of his hand. "I brought some people to see you." Jace's eyes moved to them. They were as black as if they had been painted on. "Unfortunately," he said, "I only had the one pencil." -Jace & Luke, pg.43-" - Cassandra Clare

"All right. Are you going to come back? Do you want any soup?" "No," said Jace. "Do you think Hodge will want any soup?" "No one wants any soup." "I want some soup," Simon said. "No, you don't," said Jace. "You just want to sleep with Isabelle." Simon was appalled. "That is not true." "How flattering," Isabelle murmured into the soup, but she was smirking. "Oh, yes it is," said Jace. "Go ahead and ask her-then she can turn you down and the rest of us can get on with our lives while you fester in miserable humiliation." He snapped his fingers. "Hurry up, mundie boy, we've got work to do." - Cassandra Clare

"This time Magnus answered it, his voice booming through the tiny entryway. "WHO DARES DISTURB MY REST?" Jace looked almost nervous. "Jace Wayland. Remember? I'm from the Clave." "Oh, yes." Magnus seemed to have perked up. "Are you the one with the blue eyes?" "He means Alec," Clary said helpfully. "No. My eyes are usually described as golden," Jace told the intercom. "And luminous." "Oh, you're that one." Magnus sounded disappointed. If Clary hadn't been so upset, she would have laughed. "I suppose you'd better come up." - Cassandra Clare

"Izzy," said Jace, as they neared the pond, and she jumped up and spun around. Her smile was dazzling. "Jace!" She flew at him and hugged him. Now that was the way sisters were supposed to act, Clary thought. Not all stiff and weird and peculiar, but happy and loving. Watching Jace hug Isabelle, she tried to school her features into a happy and loving expression. "Are you all right?" Simon asked, with some concern. "Your eyes are crossing." "I'm fine." Clary abandoned the attempt. "Are you sure? You looked sort of... contorted." - Cassandra Clare



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