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Lady Midnight - Cassandra Clare

In a secret world where half-angel warriors are sworn to fight demons, parabatai is a sacred word. A parabatai is your partner in battle. A parabatai is your best friend. 874 more words


The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel Review

Name:Clockwork Angel

Author: Cassandra Clare

Genre: Fantasy, Young adult fiction

Rating: 10/10

Omg!!! I loved, loved, loved the book it was just perfect for me. Everything in the book was so well written that it just made it perfect. 751 more words

Percy Jackson

City of Bones - Cassandra Clare

“‘You’ve got to be kidding me,’ the bouncer said, folding his arms across his massive chest.” – Cassandra Clare

This book has been on my bookshelf for a really long time. 428 more words

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Beginning Vacation 2016

My third university semester is over!

Status: halfway done cleaning through all the mess that piled up during the semester (I found several old papers that I want to read through – a Samuel Johnson and  429 more words

YA Literature

The Mortal Instruments: City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments #3)

The Mortal Instruments

City of Glass

Major spoilers here, tread carefully

Ah yes, the supposed “Final book” in the Mortal Instruments Trilogy, City of Glass. Now before I get started I must say I read this three years ago, and it really dosen’t make me feel any less angry than it did before. 1,480 more words

Bold & Honest Book Reviews

What to Read After The Raven King

I’m no psychic, but I foresee a whole lot of The Raven King-related book hangovers in the very near future. I’m already bracing myself for my own, and I’ve a list of books that might soothe the inevitable blow. 755 more words

The Secret History

BOOK REVIEW: Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

Lady Midnight is the first book in the The Dark Artifices series, the new series in the immense world of Shadowhunters by Cassandra Clare. This book follows the life of Emma Carstairs and the Blackthorn family in the Los Angeles Institute. 533 more words

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