Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare Review

Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare Review

In a treacherous world that is counting on her demise, Tessa Gray finds safety with the shadowhunters.

But that safety becomes fleeting when it becomes increasingly clear that the Magister will not stop at anything to get her and her powers on his side.

As they begin focusing their attention on unraveling the motivations behind the Magister’s actions, they fall further into the web of secrets and discover that one of their own has betrayed them.

As the in-between book, clockwork prince was more of a slow read than the first, setting a great foundation for the finale; Fleshing out the characters more (I personally loved Jem) and giving us more insight on the mystery that is Mortmain.

Despite Clockwork Prince being the book that sets apart the infernal devices trilogy from the rest of Cassandra Clare’s shadowhunter books, this book didn’t stand out much to me compared to the others despite also having some really good parts.

I really liked Jessamine Lovelace’s character, even though she is shown time and time again as someone who is not supposed to be a good person; I think that she is really interesting as a character.



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