November 19, 2011

Audio Book Review: Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices #1) by Cassandra Clare (Goodreads Author), Jennifer Ehle (Narrator)

Cassandra Clare, the author of the Mortal Instruments Trilogy, returns with a new series launch that promises to be as captivating as its predecessor. Clockwork Angel tracks the transatlantic story of 16-year-old Tessa Gray who travels to Victorian London to find her missing brother. Along the way, she is discovers that she possesses the gifts of a true Shadowhunter, one of the brave warrior who battle the demons of the city's rampant Downworld. Her search for her brother (and herself) is complicated by her strange attraction to two young male friends. Subtly rendered dark magic at twilight time.

OMG what a book! This book grabs you from the very first page and pulls you through to the very end. Tessa is strong and Brave and a heroin. She takes things in stride and pushes back when shes pushed. And not once did she break. The Shadow hunters are handsome and witty and not afraid of demons or life. I LOVED this book. I saw the movie play out in my head. The narrator Jennifer Ehle has a Tess voice. She is perfect for this part. The voice is relaxing and carries the story to where it needs to go. I love Jennifer Ehle's voice. She is my Tess. and I hope that she is the narrator for the rest of the books in this series. I cant wait till CLOCKWORK PRINCE come out. There is a BIG cliffhanger! . I highly recommend this Audio book. Put the kids to bed and take an adventure of your life!

Publisher-Simon & Schuster Audio
Reviewer Rating: 5 STARS!!!
Reviewed by~Lora
~Thank you to Lauren Pires of Simon & Schuster for the contribution of this Audiobook to the Read for your future program!~

1 comment:

  1. Their individuality is what struck me the most ~ each person has an incredibly different personality, possessing unique traits, problems, and outlooks. Tessa with her unwavering loyalty that’s both her greatest strength and her most tragic weakness and Jem’s formidable patience and infinite capacity for love. And Will…“When Will truly wants something,” said Jem, quietly, “when he feels something — he can break your heart.” Will is the most complex and stormy character we meet in this series, creating a filthy illusion of himself only to be broken over and over again.


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