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"I think of myself as a freewheeling bisexual,' - Magnus Bane" - Cassandra Clare

"You serve a greater cause. Your life is not yours to throw away (Magnus Bane)" - Cassandra Clare

"Ignorant power is a bane!" - Ursula K Le Guin

"Eventually I fell asleep in the Rabies and Lycanthropy section. Woolsey bites on occasion, and I'm concerned.' - Magnus Bane" - Cassandra Clare

"Tedium is the bane of immortality." - Neil Lowe

"One man's bane is another's bliss." - Robert E Howard

"Successful guilt is the bane of society" - Publilius Syrus

"There are memories that time can't erase, Clarissa. Ask your friend, Magnus Bane, if you don't believe me. Forever does not make loss forgettable. Only bearable." - Cassandra Clare

"I imagine that it will not be easy to persuade Mortmain into a bonnet," Magnus observed. "Though the color would be fetching on him." Henry burst into laughter. "Very droll, Mr. Bane." "Please, call me Magnus." "I shall!" - Cassandra Clare

"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

"I'm memorable, its true." -Magnus, pg.229-" - Cassandra Clare

"Malachi scowled. "I don't remember the Clave inviting you into the Glass City, Magnus Bane." "They didn't," Magnus said. "Your wards are down." "Really?" the Consul's voice dripped sarcasm. "I hadn't noticed." Magnus looked concerned. "That's terrible. Someone should have told you." He glanced at Luke. "Tell him the wards are down." - Cassandra Clare

"Thirst after body is the great bane of human life." - Swami Vivekananda

"O heart! love is thy bane and thy antidote." - George Sand

"What is man's greatest bane? His brother man alone." - Bias of Priene

"False attributions are the bane of legitimate discourse." - Winston Smith

"What is man's greatest bane? His brother man alone." - Bias of Priene

"Corruption, the greatest single bane of our society today." - Olusegun Obasanjo

"Glory is of no use to the dead -Darth Bane" - Drew Karpyshyn

"Magnus reached out to touch Alec, but Alec moved away. Magnus' hand fall to himself." - Cassandra Clare

"Warlock," he said. "I know who you are." Magnus raised his eyebrows. "You do?" "Magnus Bane. Destroyer of the demon Marabas. Son of-" "Now," said Magnus, quickly. "There's no need to go into all of that." "But there is." The demon sounded reasonable, even amused. "If it is infernal assistance you require, why not summon your father?" Alec looked at Magnus with his mouth open." - Cassandra Clare

"Warlock," he said. "I know who you are." Magnus raised his eyebrows. "You do?" "Magnus Bane. Destroyer of the demon Marabas. Son of-" "Now," said Magnus, quickly. "There's no need to go into all of that." "But there is." The demon sounded reasonable, even amused. "If it is infernal assistance you require, why not summon your father?" Alec looked at Magnus with his mouth open." - Cassandra Clare

"Excuse me, Bane?" said Roderick Morgenstern. "Are you attending?" "I'm so sorry," Magnus said politely. "Somebody incredibly attractive just came into the room, and I ceased to pay attention to a word you were saying." - 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

"But the name Magnus Bane made him think of a towering sort of figure, with huge shoulders and formal purple warlock's robes, calling down fire and lightning. Not Magnus himself, who was more of a cross between a panther and a demented elf." - Cassandra Clare

"But the name Magnus Bane made him think of a towering sort of figure, with huge shoulders and formal purple warlock's robes, calling down fire and lightning. Not Magnus himself, who was more of a cross between a panther and a demented elf." - Cassandra Clare

"Let none admire that riches grow in hell; that soil may best deserve the precious bane." - John Milton

"Intemperance is the plaque of sensuality, and temperance is not its bane but its seasoning." - Michel De Montaigne

"Creeds have been the bane of the Christian church ... made of Christendom a slaughter-house." - Thomas Jefferson

"O Love! thou bane of the most generous souls! Thou doubtful pleasure, and thou certain pain." - George Granville, 1st Baron Lansdowne

". . . well publicized facts are always the bane to the mind controllers." - Joost Meerloo

"The disease of mutual distrust among nations is the bane of modern civilization" - Franz Boas

"Hair, in fact, is probably the bane of most women's lives." - Joan Collins

"There's always one sequence in every animated film that's the bane of every animator's existence." - Andrew Stanton

"Intemperance is the plague of sensuality, and temperance is not its bane but its seasoning." - Michel De Montaigne

"The temptation to form premature theories upon insufficient data is the bane of our profession." - Arthur Conan Doyle

"Suspicion is the companion of mean souls, and the bane of all good society." - Thomas Paine

"The disease of mutual distrust among nations is the bane of modern civilization." - Franz Boas

"Levity of behavior is the bane of all that is good and virtuous." - Seneca the Younger

"My death and life, My bane and antidote, are both before me." - Joseph Addison

"Morality, thou deadly bane,Thy tens o' thousands thou has slain!" - Robert Burns

"Captcha is the bane of the Internet. I can't figure them out myself half the time!" - Matt Mullenweg

"A pair of werewolves occupied another booth. They were eating raw shanks of lamb and arguing about who would win in a fight: Dumbledore from Harry Potter books or Magnus Bane. "Dumbledore would totally win," said the first one. "He has the badass Killing Curse." The second lycanthrope made a trenchant point. "But Dumbledore isn't real." "I don't think Magnus Bane is real either," scoffed the first. "Have you ever met him?" "This is so weird," said Clary, slinking down in her seat. "Are you listening to them?" "No. It's rude to eavesdrop," said Jace." - Cassandra Clare

"I'm Magnus Bane." he went on in a soothing tone, stretching out his ringed hands. Blue sparks had begun to dance between them like bioluminescence dancing water. "I'm the warlock who's here to cure you. Didn't they tell you I was comming?" "I know who you are, but..." Maia looked dazed. "You look so... so... shiny." - Cassandra Clare

"Alec's trying to get Magnus to take him seriously, but he's never told our parents about Magnus, or even that he likes, you know -" "Warlocks ?" Simon said." - Cassandra Clare

"Alec had his arms around Magnus and was kissing him, full on the mouth. Magnus, who appeared to be in a state of shock, stood frozen." - Cassandra Clare

"You're seventeen," Magnus said. "You can't have wasted a life you've barely lived." - Cassandra Clare

"Not Magnus himself, who was more of a cross between a panther and a demented elf." - Cassandra Clare

"Don't take this the wrong way, but you smell like Magnus." - Cassandra Clare

"You cannot save every fallen bird," said Woolsey. "One will do," said Magnus." - Cassandra Clare

"Are you in fashion? You look like you're in fashion." "No," [Magnus] said. "I am fashion." - Cassandra Clare

"The way Magnus' breath had sounded, rattling in his chest, before he'd said his father's name." - Cassandra Clare

"If you're texting Magnus to say 'I think u r kewl' I'm going to kill you" - Cassandra Clare

"I love round tables. They suit me so much better than a square." Magnus, pg. 137" - Cassandra Clare

"He shone all over. Only Magnus, Simon thought resignedly, would have access to sequined battle armor." - Cassandra Clare

"Oh God." said Magnus, "they"re dead. They"re all dead!" - Cassandra Clare

"[Sherlock Holmes:] The temptation to form premature theories upon insufficient data is the bane of our profession." - Arthur Conan Doyle

"Since all things are good, men fail at last to distinguish which is the bane and which the antidote." - Henry David Thoreau

"World's use is cold, world's love is vain, world's cruelty is bitter bane; but is not the fruit of pain." - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

"Study is the bane of boyhood, the aliment of youth, the indulgence of manhood, and the restorative of age." - Walter Savage Landor

"Study is the bane of childhood, the oil of youth, the indulgence of adulthood, and a restorative in old age." - Walter Savage Landor

"Playing a fashion designer could be the bane of my existence because I am married to a fashion designer." - Lori Loughlin

"Want of occupation is the bane of both men and women, perhaps more especially of the latter." - Horace Mann

"World's use is cold, world's love is vain, world's cruelty is bitter bane; but is not the fruit of pain." - Elizabeth Barrett Brownin

"The only remedy against the malady of life is life itself. The bane is its own antidote." - William John Locke

"Women are the best. The toughest. The bane of my existence. And I'll forever fall for it." - Sean Penn

"He gazed amusedly down the table at Tessa. "You're the shape-changer, aren't you?" he said. "Magnus Bane told me about you. No mark on you at all, they say." Tessa swallowed and looked him straight in the eye. They were discordantly human eyes, ordinary in his extraordinary face. "No. No mark." He grinned around his fork. "I do suppose they've looked everywhere?" "I'm sure Will's tried," said Jessamine in a bored tone." - Cassandra Clare

"He gazed amusedly down the table at Tessa. "You're the shape-changer, are' you?" he said. "Magnus Bane told me about you. No mark on you at all, they say." Tessa swallowed and looked him straight in the eye. They were discordantly human eyes, ordinary in his extraordinary face. "No. No mark." He grinned around his fork. "I do suppose they"ve looked everywhere?" "I'm sure Will's tried," said Jessamine in a bored tone." - Cassandra Clare

"Being a Silent Brother is life, Clary Fray. But if you mean I remember my life before the Brotherhood, I do. Clary took a deep breath. "Were you ever in love? Before the Brotherhood? Was there ever anyone you would have died for?" There was a long silence. Then: Two people, said Brother Zachariah. There are memories that time does not erase, Clarissa. Ask your friend Magnus Bane, if you do not believe me. Forever does not make loss forgettable, only bearable." - Cassandra Clare

"But the person who stepped out of the front door was tall and thin, with short, spiky dark hair. he was wearing a gold mesh vest and a pair of silk pajama pants. He regarded Clary with mild interest, puffing gently on a fantastically large pipe as he did so. Though he looked nothing at all like a Viking, he was instantly and totally familiar. Magnus Bane" - Cassandra Clare

"I don't care who her mother is," Magnus said. "You can't see me with out an appointment. Come back later. Next March would be good," "March?" Sebastian looked horrified. "You're right," Magnus said, "Too rainy. How about June?" - Cassandra Clare

"Hey," said Jace. who was sitting on an overturned speaker, looking at his cellphone, "do you want to see a photo of Alec and Magnus in Berlin?" "Not really," said Simon. "Magnus is wearing lederhosen." "And yet, still no." - Cassandra Clare

"Torbjorn (Hansen, Magnus Carlsen's first teacher) himself went from 2104 to 2204 in rating during the year he trained with Magnus. This reflects the experience I have had. One learns nearly as much from teaching others." - Simen Agdestein

"There might simply be nothing going on that might activate it. Perhaps there isn't anything here that Alec is afraid of." Magnus glanced at Alec and raised his eyebrows. "Boo." Luke and Magnus, pg. 285" - Cassandra Clare

"Do you really have the ability to control all types of undead?" Magnus asked. "Can you really make a hundred shoes in a single night?" I asked. Magnus smiled. "Wrong kind of fairie." - Laurell K Hamilton

"Of course he loves me. I'm his sister." "Blood isn't love," said Magnus, and his voice was bitter." - Cassandra Clare

"Hey guys! Wish you were here, except not really. We're having fun. Check it out-the pyramids! -Alec and Magnus" - Cassandra Clare

"What's all this about yanking poor Magnus and Alec back from their vacation?" Isabelle demanded. "They have opera tickets!" - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus was sure that the llama stampede he witnessed was a coincidence. The llamas could not be judging him." - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus gazed dreamily in his direction. "You should leave him here. I could hang hats on him and things." - Cassandra Clare

"We're not dating," Alec said again. "Oh?" Magnus said. "So you're just that friendly with everybody, is that it?" - Cassandra Clare

"No man was ever great without divine inspiration. [Lat., Nemo vir magnus aliquo afflatu divino unquam fuit.]" - Marcus Tullius Cicero

"That's your truck parked up by the factory isn't it?" Magnus pointed. "It's awfully butch for a bookseller." - Cassandra Clare

"As for this," Magnus said sliding the stele into Jace's jeans pocket, "keep it in your pants, Shadowhunter." - 219" - Cassandra Clare

"The way Magnus" breath had sounded, rattling in his chest, before he"d said his father's name." - Cassandra Clare

"There's no need to clarify my finger snap," said Magnus. "The implication was clear in the snap itself." - Cassandra Clare

"The bane of Americans is overwork-and the ruin of any work is a divided interest. Concentrate-concentrate. One thing at a time." - Mark Twain

"Nostalgia is the bane of rock 'n' roll. He had the courage to let it all hang out. ... He was a considerable talent." - Jim DeRogatis

"This is our chief bane, that we live not according to the light of reason, but after the fashion of others." - Lucius Annaeus Seneca

"Morality, thou deadly bane, Thy tens o' thousands thou hast slain! Vain is his hope, whose stay an' trust is In moral mercy, truth, and justice!" - Robert Burns

"It is the bane and the balm of individual perception that 'objective' reality is seen through the filter of each person's temperament." - Leonard Shlain

"I needed to stop eating sweeties and cakes. It's the bane of my life. I had to lose the weight for my health." - Susan Boyle

"Behold this little Bane - The Boon of all alive - As common as it is unknown The name of it is Love." - Emily Dickinson

"Morality, thou deadly bane, Thy tens o' thousands thou hast slain! Vain is his hope, whose stay an' trust is In moral mercy, truth, and justice!" - Robert Burns

"No, no, go not to Lethe, neither twist Wolfs-bane, tight-rooted, for its poisonous wine; Nor suffer thy pale forehead to be kiss'd By nightshade." - John Keats

"By the time I turned 12, I was a 5-foot 10-inch social disaster. Towering over my friends was the bane of my adolescence." - Sheri L Dew

"Professional tennis has become an extremely physical and unbelievably competitive sport. Injuries are the bane of tennis players, and it goes with the territory." - Sania Mirza

"Behold this little Bane- The Boon of all alive- As common as it is unknown The name of it is Love." - Emily Dickinson

"That seems like stealing, doesn't it?" Simon pulled a cup toward him. He drew the lid back. "Ooh. Mochaccino." He looked at Magnus. "Did you pay for these?" "Sure," said Magnus, while Jace and Alec snickered. "I make dollar bills magically appear in their cash register." "Really?" "No." Magnus popped the lid off his own coffee. "But you can pretend I did if it makes you feel better. So, first order of business is what?" - Cassandra Clare

"And therefor," said Magnus "We must go." Will blinked at him. "Go where?" "Don't worry about that right now, my love." Will blinked again. "Pardon?" - Cassandra Clare

"Alec looked merely irritated by this comment. "The only way you could raise enough money to hire Magnus by selling lemonade is if you put meth in it." - Cassandra Clare

"Maybe he's lonely. Sebastian can't be the greatest company." "We don't know that. He could be absolutely fantastic at Scrabble," said Magnus." - Cassandra Clare

"He is a Shadowhunter," said Jocelyn. "His loyalty will be to Clave and Covenant." "He's my friend," said Magnus coldly. "His loyalty is to me." - Cassandra Clare

"There was a brief pause for them to evaluate the full horror of the situation. Magnus. personally, was in horror up to his elbows." - Cassandra Clare

"Holy fu-" he starts then catches himself."Yes,this tithe will be most pleasing to her Goodness." Me and Magnus exchange amused glances." - Mari Mancusi

"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

"You want a round table meeting, we can have a round table meeting." "I love round tables," said Magnus brightly. "They suit me so much better than square." - Cassandra Clare

"Alec slid his hand from Jace's arm to his shoulder. Magnus cleared his throat. Alec dropped his hand. Simon grinned into his undrunk coffee." - Cassandra Clare

"For other great mathematicians or philosophers, he [Gauss] used the epithets magnus, or clarus, or clarissimus; for Newton alone he kept the prefix summus." - W. W. Rouse Ball

"Albertus [Magnus] ... debased the doctrine of Aristotle with the itch of the chemists flowing with the bloody flux of quicksilver and the stench of sulphur." - Georgius Agricola

"Sometimes he wears the crown, Magnus Stepney once remarked, and sometimes, by the grace of God, he takes the damned thing off." - Robert Charles Wilson

"Even more blood welled up and spilled down his arm, splattering onto the ground. "Camille's carpet," Magnus protested. "It's blood," said Will. "She ought to be thrilled." - Cassandra Clare

"You might want to lie down," Magnus advised. "I find that it helps when the crushing sense of horrible realization sets in." - 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

"Money, thou bane of bliss, and source of woe, Whence cam'st thou, that thou art so fresh and fine? I know thy parentage is base and low: Man found thee poor and dirty in a mine." - George Herbert

"As you are entered with the class of Nat. philosophy, give to it the hours of lecture, but devote all your other time to Mathematics, avoiding company as the bane of all progress." - Thomas Jefferson

"Only love for Christ has the power to incapacitate the sturdy love for self that is the bane of every sinner, and only the grace of Christ has the power to produce that love." - Paul David Tripp

"It's just me and the Bane. And I'm fighting him because he killed all of those innocent mice and people, and I have to stop him. Not because Sandwich says so but because I say so." - Suzanne Collins

"Power, like a desolating pestilence, Pollutes what'er it touches; and obedience, Bane of all genius, virtue, freedom, truth, Makes slaves of men, and, of the human frame, A mechanized automaton." - Percy Bysshe Shelley

"Money, thou bane of bliss, and source of woe, Whence cam'st thou, that thou art so fresh and fine? I know thy parentage is base and low: Man found thee poor and dirty in a mine." - George Herbert

"And habits are hell's own substitute for good intentions. Habits are the ruin of ambition, of initiative , of imagination. They're the curse of marriage and the after-bane of death." - Dorothy Dunnett

"The bane of sects, especially in Bengal, is that if any one happens to have a different opinion, he immediately starts a new sect, he has no patience to wait." - Swami Vivekananda

"Fake food - I mean those patented substances chemically flavored and mechanically bulked out to kill the appetite and deceive the gut - is unnatural, almost immoral, a bane to good eating and good cooking." - Julia Child

"Corruption is the bane of Nigeria. Buhari is against corruption. Buhari is not corrupt. He is very clean and disciplined. Election rigging is worse than armed robbery. Buhari wants free, fair and credible elections in Nigeria." - Tam David-West

"Love is the bane of honor, the death of duty." - George R R Martin

"The comic book is the marijuana of the nursery, the bane of the bassinet, the horror of the home, the curse of the kids and a threat to the future." - John Mason Brown

"It's the bane of both the news and sports businesses, both electronic and print - 'You heard it here first!' Who cares? That's nothing but a vanity play. If it's not right, it's garbage." - Al Michaels

"Power, life a desolating pestilence, Pollutes whate'er it touches; and obedience, Bane of all genius, virtue, freedom, truth, Makes slaves of men, and of the human frame, A mechanized automaton." - Percy Bysshe Shelley

"My boobs are the bane of my life, they're a real burden. Every time I have a baby, I go up two sizes. I'll probably be an E cup after this. I can't bear it." - Susannah Constantine

"An area in which more rather than less government involvement is needed, in my judgment, is the rooting out of fraud. It is the bane of any market system." - Alan Greenspan

"The one thing that will be the bane of my existence with my kid will probably be the way he or she is most like me in some ways." - Matthew Mcconaughey

"Women, you overheated dipsomaniacs, never passing up a chance to wangle a drink, a great boon to bartenders but a bane to us-not to mention our crockery and our woolens!" - Aristophanes

"Look at Goethe, at Lamartine and at many others! To depict feelings on this high plane, you must give up the process of minute and insignificant observation which is the bane of the artists of to-day." - Paul Bourget

"The bane of my existence is the synopses that publishers request for a new novel or series. That's where I'm really producing fiction - my final book never ends up looking like the synopsis." - Michelle Gagnon

"The desk thing is a problem for me. The ideal one would be vast and perfectly clear. Yet the bane of the biographical existence is paper; if you're 'an artist under oath' you're writing from a mountain of documentation." - Stacy Schiff

"I'm very impatient. I am. That's the bane of my game. I don't think about what I'm going to do - I just go hit it, I don't stop to wait and think. Costs me two shots a round." - Brett Hull

"I don't see why its taking so long," Maryse was saying to Magnus "is that normal?" "What's not normal is the discount I'm giving you."Magnus tapped the heel of his boot against the wall. "Normally I charge twice this much" - Cassandra Clare

"Hi." "Hi." I shrug, as though to say "Whatever." In my peripheral vision I can see Magnus exhale. He looks a teeny bit nervous. "So." "So." I can play this game too. "Poppy." "Poppy. I mean, Magnus." I scowl. He caught me out." - Sophie Kinsella

"Where's Magnus?" he said. AS he looked toward the kitchen, Clary saw a bruise on his jaw, below his ear, about the size of a thumbprint. "Alec!" Magnus came skidding into the living room and blew a kiss to his boyfriend across the room. Having discarded his slippers, he was barefoot now. His cat's eyes shone as he looked at Alec." - Cassandra Clare

"You could dress it up with a sequined headband," Magnus suggested, offering his boyfriend something blue and sparkly. "Just a thought." "Resist the urge, Alec." Simon was sitting on the edge of a low wall with Maia beside him, though she appeared to be deep in conversation with Aline. "You'll look like Olivia Newton-John in Xanadu." "There are worse things," Magnus observed." - Cassandra Clare

"Fine." Magnus stood up. "But," he added, pausing by Alec's chair and leaning in close to him, "you are not trivial." Alec flushed. "If you say so," he said. "I say so," said Magnus, and he turned to follow Isabelle out of the room." - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus, standing by the door, snapped his fingers impatiently. "Move it along, teenagers. The only person who gets to canoodle in my bedroom is my magnificent self." "Canoodle?" repeated Clary, never having heard the word before. "Magnificent?" repeated Jace, who was just being nasty. Magnus growled. The growl sounded like "Get out." - 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

"I am brave," Will said... "Yes, you are," Magnus said, and kissed him. It wasn't the most dramatic kiss, but Will failed his free arm as if a bee had landed on him; Magnus had to hope Camille would assume this was passion. When they broke apart, Will looked stunned. So did Camille, for that matter. ... Will swung sideways...He dashed across the room, retrieved it, and tucked it into Magnus's waistcoat pocket. Then, with a wink at Camille that, Magnus thought, God alone knew how she would interpret, he sauntered out of the room." - Cassandra Clare

"Green-eyed monsters," said Magnus, and grinned. He deposited Chairman Meow on the ground, and the cat moved over to Alec, and rubbed against his leg. "The Chairman likes you." "Is that good?" "I never date anyone my cat doesn't like," Magnus said easily, and stood up. "So let's say Friday night?" A great wave of relief came over Alec. "Really? You want to go out with me?" Magnus shook his head. "You have to stop playing hard to get, Alexander. It makes things difficult." He grinned." - Cassandra Clare

"Hello, hello." Magnus swept toward them..."Alec, my darling, Clary. And rat-boy." He swept a bow toward Simon, who looked annoyed. "To what do I owe the pleasure?" "We came to see Jace," Clary said. "Is he all right?" "I do' know," Magnus said. "Does he normally just lie on the floor like that without moving?" "What -," Alec began, and broke off as Magnus laughed. "That's not funny." "You're so easy to tease. And yes, your friend is just fine. Well, except that he keeps putting all my things away and trying to clean up. Now I ca' find anything. He's compulsive." - Cassandra Clare

"Magnus wants to shout at me, do' you, Magnus?" (Jace) "Yes," Magnus said, tearing his eyes away from Alec long enough to scowl. -pg.275-" - Cassandra Clare

"But-" Maia, still looking at Alec and Magnus, broke off and rasied her eyebrows. Simon turned to see what she was looking at - and stared. Alec had his arms around Magnus and was kissing him full on the mouth. Magnus, who appeared to be in a state of shock, stood frozen. Several groups of people - Shadowhunters and Downworlders alike - were staring and whispering. Glancing to the side, Simon saw the Lightwoods, their eyes widen, gaping at the display. Maryse had her hand over her mouth. Maia looked perplexed. "Wait a second," she said. "Do we all have to do that, too?" - Cassandra Clare

"Hello, hello." Magnus swept toward them..."Alec, my darling, Clary. And rat-boy." He swept a bow toward Simon, who looked annoyed. "To what do I owe the pleasure?" "We came to see Jace," Clary said. "Is he all right?" "I don't know," Magnus said. "Does he normally just lie on the floor like that without moving?" "What -," Alec began, and broke off as Magnus laughed. "That's not funny." "You're so easy to tease. And yes, your friend is just fine. Well, except that he keeps putting all my things away and trying to clean up. Now I can't find anything. He's compulsive." - 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



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