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A series of fantasy books written by Cassandra Clare.

The books are about a species called Shadowhunters who can't be seen by ordinary mundanes (humans) and destroy demons and rogue Downworlders. Downworlders are werewolves, vampires, faeries, warlocks, etc.

The main characters are Clary Fray, Jace Wayland and Simon Lewis.
Person 1: Have you got the new The Mortal Instruments book?
Person 2: Yeah, it's awesome!
by FlushedToilet April 24, 2011
Keith Lemon is an English comedy performer whose real name is Leigh Francis. He is best known for his roles in Bo' Selecta!, Keith Lemon's Very Brilliant World Tour and Celebrity Juice.
Keith Lemon: I think you're bang tidy.
by FlushedToilet March 15, 2011
Bestselling author of the Hunger Games trilogy.
Person 1: Have you ever read the Hunger Games?
Person 2: You mean the books by Suzanne Collins?
by FlushedToilet August 09, 2011
A teenage fantasy author best known for her series, The Mortal Instruments.
Person: Cassandra Clare is my favourite author.
by FlushedToilet April 24, 2011
A game that requires quite a large group of people. Each player is a villager in a town.

Rules:

A minimum of 2 players are chosen as werewolves and are not allowed to tell their role to the other players. Every night they eat one of the non-werewolf players, taking them out of the game.

The next day the villagers vote on who they think is a werewolf. Whoever gets the most votes is banished. The other players find out whether they are a werewolf or not. The player that is chosen is then out of the game, whether they were innocent or not.

One of the villagers also has a secret power which they, like the werewolves, are not allowed to tell anyone. These are called Seers. They can choose one villager at a time and see whether they are a werewolf or not. If they find a werewolf they have to try and convince the other players to vote for that person without giving their role away.

This cycle repeats until either all the werewolves have been found or all the villagers have been eaten.
Person #1 - I think Person #2 is the werewolf.
Person #2 - I think Person #1 is the werewolf.
Person #3 - I think Person #2 is the werewolf.
Game host - Person #2 has the most votes and is therefore banished. I can now reveal that Person #2 was innocent.
Person #3 - Darn
by FlushedToilet April 05, 2011
Clary Fray is one of the main characters in Cassandra Clare's novel series, The Mortal Instruments.

Clary was born in the mundane (human) world and brought up as one of them when her mother ran away from her husband while pregnant. After meeting Jace Wayland and the others Clary soon finds out that she is a Shadowhunter and can see demons and downworlders. She soon discovers that she is different to other Shadowhunters as she has the ability to create new runes.

Clary is described as being stubborn and hot-headed.
Jace Wayland (Shadowhunter): What's an eBay?
Clary Fray: A mythical place of great magical power.
by FlushedToilet April 25, 2011
A film based on the book by Alice Sebold.

14 year old Susie Salmon is walking home from school one day when her neighbour insists that she comes to look at an underground clubhouse he has made for the children of the neighbourhood. He invites her inside and she soon tries to escape upon realising something is wrong. She runs to her town to find her dad looking for her and she calls out to him, but he doesn't seem to hear her. As she reaches her house she realises that she didn't escape the clubhouse and that she has actually been killed. During her distress she is pulled into the place between life and death and meets a girl called Holly, who tries to help her move on. Susie refuses to a watches over her loved ones as her family falls apart after her death and her murderer walks free.

A pretty good film depending on your taste in movies. The main storyline is good and there are places that are suspenseful and keep you on the edge of your seat. There are also a few slightly creepy places that you find yourself shivering about for a few hours after the film. However, there are a few quite strange parts that the film could really do without. You have to really be prepared to get past them if you don't like them as the story does get back to normal again after them.
Person 1: Did you see the Lovely Bones?
Person 2: Yeah, it was a bit weird though.
Person 1: Really? I enjoyed it.
by FlushedToilet August 13, 2011

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