Pandemonium

Mundies. Shadowhunters. Downworlders. Forsaken.


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This is a tumblr dedicated to Cassandra Clare's wonderful book series -- The Mortal Instruments (City of Bones, City of Ashes and City of Glass), The Infernal Devices (Clockwork Angel, Clockwork Prince and Clockwork Princess) and The Dark Artifices (TBD).


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Les Petits Minous,
À la claire fontaine - Single

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“Do you remember that song you used to sing to Isabelle and Alec—when they were little and afraid of the dark—to get them to fall asleep?”
Maryse appeared taken aback. “What are you talking about?”
“I used to hear you through the walls,” he said. “Alec’s bedroom was next to mine then.”
She said nothing.
“It was in French,” Jace said. “The song.”
“I don’t know why you’d remember something like that.” She looked at him as if he’d accused her of something.
“You never sang to me.”
There was a barely perceptible pause. Then, “Oh, you,” she said. “You were never afraid of the dark.”
“What kind of ten-year-old is never afraid of the dark?”

Chapter 1: Valentine’s Arrow - City of Ashes, Cassandra Clare

“A la claire fontaine,” Maryse said, “m’en allant promener.”
He turned to look at her. “What?”
Il y a longtemps que je t’aime. Jamais je ne t’oublierai—it’s the old French ballad I used to sing to Alec and Isabelle. The one you asked me about.”
There was very little light in the room now, and in the dimness Maryse looked to him almost as she had when he was ten years old, as if she had not changed at all in the past seven years. She looked severe and worried, anxious—and hopeful. She looked like the only mother he’d ever known.
“You were wrong that I never sang it to you,” she said.
“It’s just that you never heard me.”

Chapter 19: Dies Irae - City of Ashes, Cassandra Clare