Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare Review

The London Shadowhunter institute is stuck between a rock and a hard place; with Mortmain becoming a threat bigger than anything they have ever seen before after finishing the manufacturing of his infernal devices (an army of robots with the souls of demons), he only needs one more thing to complete his evil plan, Tessa Gray.

The shadowhunters are desperate to catch Mortmain but he takes them by surprise yet again when he suddenly kidnaps Tessa. As they make plans to rescue her, Tessa realizes that this time, the only person who can save her is herself.

Love and loss intervene in this stunning epilogue as we root for the characters and say goodbye to their series.

The Clockwork Princess was undoubtedly my favorite book in this trilogy. Not only was this book tying any loose ends in the story, it also gave the perfect ending to the main characters who have become beloved to many of the readers, all while also keeping us at the edge of our seats with new twists and turns.

I would highly recommend this series to anyone who wants to get into the fantasy, or the cyberpunk genre.



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