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Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
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Sep 04, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: amazing-man, don-t-break-my-heart, i-love-everything, happy-ending, love-love-love, pmsl

Rating 4.5

Is it possible for books to give you adrenaline rushes on practically every page? Yes, yes it is. I don't care if Cassandra Clare recycles plots and characters and all that crap (well I do, but this was no piece of shit City of Fallen Angels). Her books make me laugh so much. Sadly I also can't put them down to the point where I stay on the bus past my stop because I want to finish a chapter.

I appreciate that Clare stopped trying to pretend she was british like she did in the first one, the forcedness of it was kind of cringey. I gotta say, the book was more like a soap drama or warped version of desperate housewives with all the love shizz, but who cares, I totally bought it.

I dedicate this sentence to my love of Jem. I love Jem. Except she ruined him in the last couple of chapters but idc.

Hahaha, well, sorry for all the nonsense written above, I got caught up in the moment... The reasons I liked the book are:

1)Jem (nuff said)
2)There were some real emotions and the book surprised me, it didn't go in the direction I was expecting it to.
3)It's just so funny. Will, don't get the wrong idea, I do love you too, your just better off at whacking out the one-liners and giving the comedic reprieve ;)
4)Shit went dooooown (ish)

Things I didn't like:

2)The last few chapters all the characters were really weird and it didn't really follow the same vibe as the rest of the book.

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