“If I hadn’t, you’d be dead now,” he pointed out. “Magnus told you, Clary. You can’t use a
Portal to get into the Glass City unless you have someone waiting for you on the other
“He said it was against the Law. He didn’t say if I tried to get there I’d bounce off.”
“He told you there are wards up around the city that prevent Portaling into it. It’s not his
fault you decided to play around with magic you just barely understand. Just because you
have power doesn’t mean you know how to use it.” He scowled.
— City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
Chapter 2: The Demon Towers of Alicante
Well, I’ll be damned, Luke Garroway actually called what happened back at the Insitute what it was: a tantrum. Yes, my jaw did drop, because oh my god Cassandra Clare admits that Clary is acting like a child. Honestly, I figured Clare would be lampshading the whole thing. Yet, there are consequences! *gasp* So, yeah I’m very happy to say that I was so wrong about this. Anyway, so Clary acted like an impulsive child and I must ask again how is Clarrissa Fray a role model again? Because honestly, I’m not seeing it!
Also, as much as Clary says that she’s sorry. She really isn’t! Actually, the only reason Clary is sorry is because everything didn’t turn exactly like Clary wanted to. If Clary actually ended up Alicante instead of nowhere, she would be smug as hell. And I bet you that Clary still doesn’t care that her actions could have been seen as an invasion by The Clave and with Luke there with her (and with his history with Valentine) it could mean that Luke would have to pay a steep price like jail time or more likely death.
And Does she think about how the portal might effect Magnus, and if he was injured or hurt how that effect his boyfriend Alec? Nope, it’s still all about her and this is just her pretending to be sorry just so Luke let this go and eventually forgive her.