I used to read in genre cyclys -- noting but fantasy for a few years, then only historicals, sagas, a stint with mysteries. Each genre was read to its burn out phase then I'd latch on to something else. I've tried to be more eclectic as I reached the "so many books, so little time" phase of life, even dallied with a few best-sellers to learn what I'd been missing. A book like Clockwork Angel could lure me away from variety. It's so compelling, so richly written it almost forces me to seek the next in the series, then the next. It's only my guilt at neglecting my TBR pile that stops me, but we'll see how long my resolve will last. If you haven't read this book, you owe it to yourself. Just be forewarned it could trigger an obsession if you're not strong.
no...not really. it just sort of sat there. it got good. and ended. right when things got started.
was there more to the book. the book ended like there was more to the book. she saw her brother......and
I like the one where they were spying on the elders. lol that was good.
no, just wishing the book made some sense.
the story as well as the narrator
it would fit perfectly with the "no brainers" on T.V.
I'm sorry I wasted my time.
Have read the "Infernal Devices" and "Mortal Instruments" series. When I saw this was offered for $5 I thought I would give it a go. I am glad I did, I enjoyed it. My one and only complaint is the narrator's voice. It took some getting used to. Her voice is a little monotone.
Cassandra Claire is a world building genius! There is no way I can put into words how much I loved this book. All three characters are amazing in their own right and the author effortlessly entwines their storyline so the reader doesn't know who they love more.... That's the BEST kind of writing around. Thank you for such a wonderful tale!! Can't wait to read the next!!!