Summary: With the knowledge that Valentine is alive and on the hunt for The Mortal Cup, the Institute is on high alert. Not wasting any time Jace jumps into action and figures Clary’s memories are the key to finding Jocelyn and The Mortal Cup. Unfortunately, Clary’s memories were wiped leaving her without recollection of this other life that could help her and the team. With only one other option remaining, Jace, Isabelle and a very reluctant Alec to take Clary to the City of Bones to face the powerful Silent Brothers. Meanwhile, Luke continues his search for Clary, and Simon tries to come to terms with his best friend’s new life.
My take on this series so far: Another episode of Shadowhunters has come and gone once again but here is my review on it.
We take up with where the first episode let off with Clary being stuck between her two worlds. Her Shadowhunter world that she is just now coming to terms with and her human world that she lived in for most of her life. After that it just takes off once again and I am loving it. I like how they are keeping with the book but also putting their own spin on it. It’s so refreshing to see that especially since no one can really compare to what the books just give us. Katherine McNamara as Clary Fray is so awesome. She is most definitely bringing Clary to life and I love that she read the books while filming the series so that she bring Clary to life, in such a fabulous way. Everything about this series is awesome.
I feel bad for Clary at times throughout this episode. Granted she is eighteen but she is thrown into a world that she knows that she belongs in while not knowing if she is able to be in it so she puts on a brave face for everyone including herself. For anyone that likes the book series they will like this series. If you haven’t watch it and give it a shot, even if you haven’t read the book series. My mom likes the TV series and she hasn’t read the books.
You can see Shadowhunters on Freeform on Tuesdays.
Anyways until the next time enjoy this review brought to you by
Baroness’ Book Trove.