The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel

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The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel

The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel

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Also, the FIRST THING Tessa notices about Will (one of the best friends she is apparently fascinated by) is how he had the most beautiful eyes she’d ever seen. He is also believed to have had connections with the Downworld and subsequently, the Pandemonium Club.

We have the slightly bitchy girl who acts like she doesn’t care about anything at all but who can fight extremely well if she has to. Jem finds her and offers to take her through his favourite places in London at night to which she agrees. Over the course of their time together, Tessa learns more about why Jessamine seems embittered about being born a Shadowhunter. But this book is also filled with humans, fae, shifters, vampires, warlocks, and the very beloved (or not so beloved, depending who’s talking about them) Shadowhunters! In a time when Shadowhunters are barely winning the fight against the forces of darkness, one battle will change the course of history forever.And of course, the same like Clary, Tessa had to possess a special ability which no one else but her can wield. There are quite a few back stories to each character that we get tiny little glimpses of now and then which I especially liked. Once Tessa reveals the events of the preceding two months, and the Sisters' business details, Charlotte assures her that she has their assistance in finding her brother, whom they believe has a connection to their ongoing investigation into Emma Bayliss as well as several other mundane deaths.

I also am somewhat convinced that is exactly the dynamic Cassandra Clare was going for, because like… it is really really there. There's something about Cassandra Clare that makes me feel like she's getting better with every book she publishes. The fantasy elements are also really well done, so that it still fits within the realistic setting of Victorian London and doesn't become too overwhelming but the best part of the book has to be the characters.The rest of the book is based around her discovering the Shadow world and making a life with the new people she encounters. I had started "City of Bones" (the first book of The Mortal Instruments by the same author) but it didn't work for me so I thought this could be the same but I was totally wrong. I wouldn't have had a problem with this, because it's the 19th century, if Will hadn't felt like he came straight out of a frat party driving his Mitsubishi in the year 2017.

By the end of the book Tessa is no naive and bland character any longer she’s become a stubborn woman that goes her own way and stands up for herself! I think it’s chiefly because - if you have ever read a single one of my reviews you know this is coming - the character work and development, which is just so so so much better than anything in the Mortal Instruments. Pretty much any book I can get my hands on but my favourites are Young Adult, fantasy and science fiction. At the party, Magnus seeks Will and Tessa and they discover mysterious manuscripts in the library, which contain scribblings that indicate towards the formation of a clockwork army.While most of the Enclave head to Chelsea to kill him, Tessa, Will, Jem, Jessie, Nate, and the innkeepers stay behind in the institute. Can she possibly do any worse to draw attention upon herself and Will by screaming and being impulsive and ACTING LIKE A FIVE YEARS OLD KID IN GENERAL! Of course Tessa thought if you weren't beautiful, then living a long life, devoting yourself to gain knowledge and help people still don't worth it.

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