Acupuncture student with a long commute to school who loves quirky horror and sci-fi/fantasy
yes, as it brought all of the characters to life, I felt like I was in england in the late 1700's.
others in this series, I am a new fan of steampunk, but think that this may have gotten me addicted to this genre.
great voice, and great accents made you feel like you were realy there
yes, and I could not stop, I did not get anything done as I was truely engrossed in this amazing series
listen to this series, I am still not ready to accept that it is over, I cried sobbed and weeped at parts of this story as well as laughed and yelled and cheered at my stereo as I listened, I loved every minute of this book
This book, like the other two, was great! The story kept you gripped until the very end. It is heartbreaking, fulfilling, emotional, and full of love. I really enjoyed it and didn't want it to end. Narration was good and the accents were done well, but I wished they had just stuck with the narrators from book 2.
I have 3 kids that occupy all the TV's in the house...enough said...addicted to audiobook ....shhhh don't tell my husband ;-)
This was a fun paranormal trilogy that had a nice Sherlock Homes feel to it. The books greatly held to the mystery of what Tessa Grey was followed by love triangles and of course impending world doom. Book 1 Clockwork Angel does kind of have a slow pace to it, but stick with it because it picks up the pace in book 2 Clockwork Prince, and I liked that they changed the narrator. Then its full steam ahead in Clockwork Princess, I pretty much shooed anyone away that tried to talk to me while I was listening.
I vote yes on credit worthy, I really enjoyed this trilogy.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
I think this trilogy could have been a way much better one if it didn't focus so much about this love story as much as it did... I feel that more than half of this book was a love story and I really got a bit bored with that.. It really could have been an amazing series, but sadly i didn't find it amazing... I know lots of people are in love with this series and the other one, but its not for me.
But the ending of this book will be written down as one of THE best endings and most satisfying ones i've ever red... Almost started tearing up.. Really good.
Few good twists here and there, and overall it was a good book, and a good ending to this trilogy.
Daniel Sharman did a good job with the narration of this book, but I really really hated the fact that each book had a different narrator... Thats why i took my sweet time to finish this series so i could forget the voices which were performed by the previous narrators.
What a great needing to this trilogy. I'm glad this trilogy had a happy ending because I'm not sure if The Mortal Instruments will. Every character gets the happy ending we all ended, and can see how characters from TMI became the way they are and what they have from the family tree.
I couldn't even finish City of Bones (1st Mortal Instruments book). I couldn't stand any of the characters! But I thought the concept was brilliant! The world of Shadowhunters and Downworlders is amazing. So this storyline with that backdrop in London was perfect. Loved all the characters and the recording was perfect too. I just wish the Mortal Instruments had been this good.
This was a much better series with better characters. If you liked the mortal instruments, you'll love the infernal devices!
Yes I love her stories
I would be listening and it would skip ahead a couple minutes or even a chapter. I would go back and it would do it again in the same spot. I was loosening to this on a long drive but had to stop and just read the book when i got home. :( good book otherwise.
The Clockwork series reflects a different writing style than does the City of Bones books. A better sense of scene and character connection. Most of all the voice of the lone reader, Daniel Sharman, is wonderful. His ability to pick up the regional accents and roll off the Welsh is beauty to my ears! Please use his voice for any remakes of the Clockwork series and I would re buy them!
It has a lovely ending.
As above, and his use of timing in pauses and tone bring an enjoyable dimension. In other Clockwork readings, and more distinct in the City of Bones (read by Molly Quinn), the reader's lack of tone and flat delivery is an easy reason to turn off the book, or force your way to the end but not to re-listen again. I've listened to Daniel Sharman's reading 4 times and enjoy it each time.
The ending always makes me cry.
The best reading of all the City of Bones or Mortal Instruments readings.
Divorce attorney needing a break from reality!
Stunning, Emotional, Genius
I cannot have a favorite. The writing is so complex. I loved and hated them all at different moments, with love winning the day.
His timing is impeccable.
I would have, and did, waste hours listening to this book. I put off important tasks and ignored my own needs to finish this book.
How do you compliment genius? This book stole my breath, made me weep, made me laugh, and is still touching my soul. Thank you Cassandra Clare...for the whole series. Listen and be moved.