Jace said, and the harsh desperation in his voice cut the other boy oʃ;
Alec shut his mouth and stood staring at Jace, his lip caught between his teeth. But Jace
didn’t seem to see him; he was looking at Clary, and his eyes were hard as glass. Finally he spoke. “You’re right,” he said in a choked voice, as if he had to force out the words. “You should never have come. I know I told you it’s because it isn’t safe for you here, but that wasn’t true. The truth is that I don’t want you here because you’re rash and thoughtless and you’ll mess everything up. It’s just how you are. You’re not careful, Clary.”
— City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
Chapter 6: Bad Blood
Wow, Jace just told her a lot of truth. Again, I know this Clare trying to fight back at all the “haters” and the truthful criticisms that basically have been saying what I have said from the beginning: Clary is an implosive selfish brat. She especially has been acting like that since the beginning of this book. Honestly, this reality check is LONG overdue. So, again I don’t feel sorry for her!
CRY MOAR LITTLE CHICKEN!
Now, for my next issue. I get told all the time how much Clary is a strong female character. How much Clary is the anti-Bella Swan. This? Proves that is all bullshit. Jace basically cursed her out, and instead of telling him where the fuck he can go. She is just standing there and taking it. I’m sorry, I hate confrontations. However, if someone talked to me like that best believe I would be in their faces about it.
Again, how is Clary Fray a strong female character?