| the divine things that doesn't exactly help you with your life.
ultimately about books that I've read and love. | I'm in love . . . with a fictional character | I'm a Demigod/Shadowhunter | I'm here, I'm everywhere | I don't care what people says about Will Herondale, I'll love him always. |
Don’t order any of the faerie food. It tends to make humans a little crazy. One minute you’re munching a faerie plum, the next minute you’re running naked down Madison Avenue with antlers on your head. Not that this has ever happened to me.Jace Herondale
What kind of monster could possibly hate chocolate?William Herondale
Somehow Will, who is utterly more hate-able than Jace, makes me loves him more. No offense Jace but Will is much better than you.
Just because you call an electric eel a rubber duck doesn’t make it a rubber duck, does it? And God help the poor bastard who decides they want to take a bath with the duckie.Jace Herondale
the only hope I can depend on was the fact that the name Herondale was still pased down after generations and since Will only had sister the only way it can be passed down was Will marrying someone and having kids. In other words he won’t die!
Please let it be true!!
My reaction if he dies:
Jace’s Letter to Clary at the City of Glass
owned by Cassandra Clare obviously
“He’s Nephilim,” said his companion. “And you’ve never cared for them.
How much did he pay you?”
“Nothing,” said Magnus, and now he was not seeing anything that was
there, not the river, not Will, only a wash of memories: eyes, faces,
lips, receding into memory, love that he could no longer put a name
to. “He did me a favor. One he doesn’t even remember.”
“He’s very pretty. For a human.”
“He’s very broken,” said Magnus. “Like a lovely vase that someone has
smashed. Only luck and skill can put it back together the way it was