The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel

byCassandra Clare, HyeKyung Baek

Kobo ebook | October 30, 2012

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A prequel to Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments series, The Infernal Devices is the story of Tessa Gray, a sixteen-year-old American girl traveling alone to Victorian London who runs afoul of the city's sordid supernatural underworld. Rescued by the Shadowhunters of the London Institute, Tessa quickly finds herself caught up in an intrigue that may very well destroy her new friends - including the two enigmatic young men, Jem and Will, who have taken her under their wing...
Cassandra Clare was born on July 27, 1973, in Teheran, Iran, and spent much of her childhood travelling the world with her family. Her real name is Judith Rumelt, and Cassandra Clare is her pen name. After college, she lived in Los Angeles and New York where she worked at various entertainment magazines. She started working on The Mort...
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Title:The Infernal Devices: Clockwork AngelFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 30, 2012Publisher:Yen PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:031624788X

ISBN - 13:9780316247887

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good recap of the original novel The art in this was pretty good. The story was told okay, and perhaps as well as it could have been being as condensed as it had to be here, but I feel like it was missing a lot. Much of the humour and relationship-building were left out. I wouldn't recommend reading the manga after the novels if you want the full picture.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare I decided to read the manga of Clockwork Angel, instead of re-reading the novel (mostly for the sake of saving myself a bit of time) before continuing on with the series.I really enjoyed Clockwork Angel, but I didn't really like it in this format at all. There was so much left out, which is understandable considering the different form. Unfortunately because of this it left me quite confused at times, as well as rather irritated with the characters and the rate at which some things occur was portrayed as just unrealistically fast. I remember LOVING Clockwork Angel the first time I read it. It works so much better as a manga.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this ♥♥♥ I tend to fall in love more with art over story, but I actually fell in love with both with regards to this book :D
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent story Story was great and the artwork was lovely
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Made Me Love The Novels More First of all, I have read the entire The Infernal Devices series and loved it. Second, I don't have reviews written for those so this will serve as a quasi-review for Clockwork Angel. I loved that book (and the series in general) and I picked up all the manga versions of The Infernal Devices series and will probably be finishing them up soon. Most of the best parts of Clockwork Angel were all present and accounted for in this adaptation. The artwork was beautiful and I loved the way the characters were portrayed. The character designs were exactly what I pictured for them and their mannerisms were depicted in a believable way. There wasn't as much detail to the story as there was in the novel, but the artwork of the Institute and the locations were exquisitely done so I can overlook that. It had the authentic manga feel while still being very true to Cassie's originally work. It was a good mix of the two styles coming together. I think Hyekyung Baek did an excellent job capturing the emotions and depth of the characters in this story. Like giving credit where credit is due, the art was amazing. I loved the depictions of everyone and I thought it was all extremely well done. I have a couple of complaints though and these are the reason it isn't 5 stars but only 4. Sophie's scar was supposed to be extremely unflattering and was basically a line on her face. I know it is probably difficult to draw something extremely grotesque, but it could have still been a little bit more. It seemed like it cheapened the fact that Sophie had this scar and this back story by it being a fairly insignificant scar on her face. I know Henry was depicted as being scatterbrained and not all there in the books, but he didn't get a real face. The chibi and shojo art style worked in small dosages when there was a semi-comic relief situation, but it didn't seem right that Henry didn't get depicted in a similar manner as everyone else in this one during the more serious moment. Magnus's "Black hair and blue eyes are my favorite combination" line, which was the best part of the entire Clockwork Angel novel is not included in this. All the rest of the great lines are present but ... I missed this one. I wasn't a fan of it not being included. But I get it. Things need to be cut, etc. but. I was a little disappointed. There were some other little things that weren't mentioned in the manga that were in the novel, but, again, I understand that things had to be cut in order to ensure the entire story was told and they weren't monumental to the plot. Overall: 4/5 stars. I loved the story but I think I am even more of a fan of it now!
Date published: 2015-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is beauty in paper Well... the title explains all....
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing book, would recommend to anyone that enjoys suspenseful and deep novels. Riveting page turner! 5 out of 5
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved this book, it introduces so many twists that you just want to keep reading to find the answer. Clare did an amazing job reeling you in so you really feel for the characters and you really feel like you know London in the 1800s.
Date published: 2014-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit confusing at times I read the original trilogy from Cassandra Clare so was excited to see it in manga form. while the artwork is nice to look at, I think the pacing and transitions could be improved. Too many things were left unexplained and I find it would certainly be confusing to someone who hasn't read the novels.
Date published: 2013-04-13