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Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
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Jan 16, 12

it was amazing
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Read from January 11 to 13, 2012

Although this as the second time I've read Clockwork Angel, I am still amazed and stunned at how Cassie Clare has the ability to wow her readers even after they already know the story. To say that she is brilliant would be a huge understatment.

Tessa Gray is an American girl who has just arrived in London where she is planning to live with her brother, Nathaniel, after the death of her aunt Harriot. From the time she steps off the boat her life changes forever and she is introduced to a world of Downworlders, Demons, and the ones that keep it all in line: Shadowhunters. Tessa learns pretty early that she is not human herself after being abducted by the notorious Dark Sisters and forced to use a power she never knew she had.

I loved this book the first time I read it, and I loved it even more the second time around, as I am sure I'll love it when I read it for the third time before Clockwork Princess is released. Any one who has not lost themeselves in the Shadowhunter world, whether it be The Infernal Devices or The Mortal Instruments, had better do so because they are missing out on one of the best series ever written.
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Michele (Reading Lark/CanadianTwiMom) Of course, I agree with you! ;)

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