CASSANDRA CLARE

Cassandra Clare is an American author known for her bestselling young adult fantasy novels. She was born on July 27, 1973, in Tehran, Iran, and spent much of her childhood traveling with her family, living in Switzerland, England, and France before settling in Los Angeles, California.

Clare attended high school at the La Cañada High School in California and later went on to study at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she majored in English. After graduation, she worked for several entertainment magazines and as a freelance journalist before publishing her first novel, “City of Bones,” in 2007.

“City of Bones” was the first book in Clare’s “The Mortal Instruments” series, which became a New York Times bestseller and was later adapted into a film and a television series. Clare has since written several other series set in the same fictional universe, including “The Infernal Devices,” “The Dark Artifices,” and “The Last Hours.”

Clare has received numerous accolades for her work, including the 2010 Abraham Lincoln Illinois High School Book Award, the 2011 Goodreads Choice Award for Best Young Adult Fantasy, and the 2015 RT Book Reviews Award for Best Young Adult Fiction. She continues to write and publish new works, and her books have been translated into over 35 languages.

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