Clockwork Princess (The Infernal Devices #3)

I’ll admit, I was perhaps a little hard on Clockwork Angel / Clockwork Prince . But Clockwork Princess is quite a bit better.

In one book, we have big battles, a conclusion to the automaton plotline, an actual resolution to the love triangle (I’ll come back to this), more politics, and answers for just what Tessa actually is and what that means for the greater universe. I can’t really think of anything in particular that I particularly would have wanted that was missing.


Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices #2)

We live and breathe words. …. It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, and I with them.

I’m not 100% sure why I finished this book. But I suppose that having finished it at all might just be a testament to … something?


Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices #1)

“One must always be careful of books," said Tessa, “and what is inside them, > for words have the power to change us.”

It’s been rather a while since I read City of Bones --long enough that it was before I actually started writing reviews. And long enough that I only barely remember what happened in those other books. I do vaguely remember the world building being an interesting enough take on urban fantasy –I have a personal love of books dealing with angels and half angels– surrounding an otherwise interesting enough plot.