Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices, #2)
Publish date: December 6th 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
I think this series is going to be on my favorites list. Cassandra Clare merges so many of my favorite themes that I have a crazy book high after reading. It's like food for day dreams and I want more. I don't know how much these books would appeal to a guy; because these books cater to female fa...
Honestly, I did not love Clockwork Angel. I did not expect to love this book. Boy, was I ever surprised.First off, the language of the Victorian age is an absolute delight to read. I wish we still spoke that way.The plot is deep and rich. Backstories are revealed, and things start to make sense ...
**This review is for the hardcover & audiobook combined.**I actually read Clockwork Prince last December when it was released because Cassie Clare is on my auto-buy/immediately read list. That, and I absolutely loved Clockwork Angel when I read it the previous year and was eager to transport myself...
In the middle book of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices trilogy, drama continues for the Shadowhunters. Charlotte may lose her seat as the head of the Institute, and Tessa, Will and Jem could soon be without a home. The team has to get to the bottom of the feud with the Magister before it’s too lat...
I'm going to be honest, as formulaic as I think CC's books are sometimes (characters development, small conflicts, a task that suddenly just the main character can undertake, an ending battle that doesn't go as planned, etc.) it worked in this book so well. **Caution for possible spoilers ahead**Sta...
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