clockwork angel

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

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Cassandra Clare's CLOCKWORK ANGEL is the first book in The Infernal Devices Trilogy set in Victorian London, and is a prequel to her internationally best-selling trilogy, The Mortal Instruments.The story follows two new Shadowhunters, Tessa Gray and Will Herondale. It's 1878 and Tessa has just escaped from the Dark Sisters who were trying to use her for an unknown purpose. She thinks she made it out only for Mortmain to abduct her again. Meanwhile, Will Herondale has been investigating Mortmain and the Magisterium for the Lightwoods who are concerned about their safety after creatures have been working with their children against their will. They need someone they can trust or they will go down just like the Nephilim before them. When they hear

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Gagor
The story starts with a young girl waking up in an old, dusty clock tower. She is surprised to see the girl in the silver dress in front of her. The girl says her name is seeress and that she has been watching the girl for a long time. The seeress is very much aware that the girl's name is Clary Fray. The seeress hands Clary two gifts: a silver necklace with an ancient Jewish symbol and a small metal box with a clockwork
Mekus
Clary Fray is a typical teenager who never really knew where she belonged. After her mother disappears, Clary finds herself in a parallel universe where monsters and demons roam the streets. One night, she learns that she possesses magical powers that are unlike any she has ever seen before. The next morning, Clary wakes up to find out that her mother is still missing and it's up to her to save the world.I would recommend this book for anyone who is interested in
Mijas
What did you think about the book?I loved this book. I was so excited when I got it and couldn't put it down.
Tat
I needed to write a literature review about Clockwork Angel and Fade Out books. I read Clockwork Angel with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Cassandra Clare is a wonderful writer.