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Clockwork Princess - A 'Reading List' Review

Book: Clockwork Princess, by Cassandra Clare

Reading List Number: 38

The final book in Cassandra Clare’s ‘The Infernal Devices’ trilogy, Clockwork Princess brings Tessa Gray’s story, and the secret of her heritage, to a tumultuous close. 258 more words

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On James Carstairs

Note: Major spoilers for The Infernal Devices trilogy (2010-2013).

Ok, I just want to point out first that this series was brilliant and I really enjoyed it. 860 more words

Thoughts

"Why Am I So Bad At Being Good?": On Bad Boys (And Girls)

SURPRISE SATURDAY POST! So, yeah, I have a confession to make … *deep breath* I really like bad boy characters. I also really like bad girl characters, though “bad” in this case means different things- I’ll get to that too, so don’t worry. 2,175 more words

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Clockwork Angel Review

Goodreads

Rating:  ★★★★★

Summary

In a time when Shadowhunters are barely winning the fight against the forces of darkness, one battle will change the course of history forever. 592 more words

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THE INFERNAL DEVICES

Hey! So I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you what the infernal devices are, but on the off chance that you do (and that is absolutely fine, no shame zone here), it is the prequel series to Cassandra Clare’s first series, The Mortal Instruments. 1,096 more words

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Is It Summer Yet?

It’s been four weeks. Four weeks since school started and I’m already 100% done. My Spanish teacher is having a nervous breakdown because we can’t speak Spanish (how is that our fault) and we don’t remember the meaning of a few words that we were taught two years ago. 484 more words

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Books #93-95 - The Infernal Devices

Although this was the second trilogy of Cassandra Clare/Shadowhunter books I read, I’m reviewing it first, mostly because The Mortal Instruments is actually a hexalogy, so I’ll review all six books once I’ve read them all (although I’m not sure how you can justify a hexalogy, since everything was resolved in the first trilogy of books. 693 more words

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