My perspective about the book Clockwork Angel and of what Will was thinking during the first kiss changed (for the better, of course). I was very gl...moreMy perspective about the book Clockwork Angel and of what Will was thinking during the first kiss changed (for the better, of course). I was very glad that i read this Extra bit of story.
Will is difficult to understand. We see him being completley sweet to Tessa one second. Then the next, it's like he builds an unpenatrable wall around himself, a cold, hard demeanor, letting no one through. It was nice to see what Will was seeing and thinking and i enjoyed learning what Will felt during his first kiss with Tessa. This scene made me feel for him. Feel that he didnt want to do what he did, but instead he had to. And that's just what made me that much more in love with him <3>
Anyone who wants to see a little bit more about Will and read what he felt, well they should definitly go read this! Go, go, go. Why are you wasting time reading this post. Go read this short extra that I am sure you are going to enjoy.
You're still here, reading this post, huh? While you should be reading this story.
All I want to say about this book was that it was perfect in all ways. The ending didn't leave you hanging, nor was it abrupt or rushed. I felt that w...moreAll I want to say about this book was that it was perfect in all ways. The ending didn't leave you hanging, nor was it abrupt or rushed. I felt that we had a lot of time to see the romance bloom rather then it being on the very last page that the characters kiss or whatnot. We had throughout the story for them to be together.
The romance between Will, Tessa and Jem was so perfectly written throughout the series but the last book was by far my favorite. The book isn't going to disappoint the readers; all who ship Will and Tess together and all that ship Jem and Tessa together will not be disappointed.
Another thing that I really enjoyed in this book (that I enjoy in every romance series actually) is the side characters. While reading the story, the main characters were the first to whom I made a bond with and creepily obsessed over. But the side characters (especially Cecily, Gabriel, Gideon and Sophie) were also written so perfectly, with all there imperfections, there good AND their bad qualities showing, proving that they were humans, who made mistakes and learned from them, rather then never doing anything wrong. I enjoyed the side romances that were also brewing in the story and in the end, I feel that everyone reading the book will be satisfied.
My very last favorite thing, was the Carstairs, Herondale, and Lightworm (oh, sorry... I mean Lightwood) Family Tree in the Jacket of the book. I do recommend however that you don't look at the family tree until you have finished reading this book (because it does give some vital information on who is going to end up with who. When I found out about the tree, I did actually read it and while I was about half way through the book, I would rather have waiting until the end, rather then knowing who was going to marry who.
But who knows, if you are the kind of person who sometimes reads the ending if a story beforehand, then instead, take a peak at the family tree and you'll be set to know what happens... Or will you? Just know that the family tree reads up till the year 2007 but the epilogue of the book is set in 2008. ;)
Truthfully though, there are probable a hundred more things I could list but I think that me a little boring as I feel you should we should all go out and make our OWN favorite things about the story.
I loved entering the world of Infernal Devices, where Shadowhunters roam the earth, demons could be your neighbor and you never know who (or what's) around the corner.