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Clockwork Angel is the first book in Cassandra Clare’s The Infernal Devices series, a prequel to her popular Mortal Instruments series. The book follows the story of Tessa Gray, a young girl who is forced to leave her home in New York and travel to Victorian England after her uncle mysteriously disappears.

Upon arriving in London, Tessa is immediately caught up in the world of the Shadowhunters, a group of humans who are half-angel and have been tasked with protecting humanity from demons. Tessa discovers that she has the ability to transform into other people and becomes a valuable asset to the Shadowhunters as they try to uncover the truth about her uncle’s disappearance.

The book is full of action and adventure, as Tessa and the Shadowhunters travel around London and face off against demons and other supernatural threats. The world-building is well-done and the historical setting adds an interesting twist to the story.

The characters are well-developed and likable, especially Tessa, who is a strong and determined protagonist. The romance between Tessa and Will, one of the Shadowhunters, is well-written and adds an extra layer to the story.

Overall, Clockwork Angel is a well-written and enjoyable book that will keep readers engaged from start to finish. It is a must-read for fans of the Mortal Instruments series and for those who enjoy YA fantasy.




5 responses to “Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare”

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  3. vermavkv Avatar

    Nice review.


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