This Shelfie Score tells you how many Bookaxers placed Clockwork Angel on their top three shelves. 50% is the average score. A higher score shows more people enjoyed this book.
To ensure Bookaxe ratings are always trustworthy, we only show Shelfie Scores for books shelved by a significant number of people. If N/A shows, not enough readers have rated this book yet.
Likeminded Reader Score
This score tells you how many Bookaxers with similar reading preferences to you placed Clockwork Angel on their top three shelves. 50% is the average score. A higher percentage shows more readers like you enjoyed this book.
To ensure Bookaxe ratings are always trustworthy, we only show scores for books shelved by a significant number of people. If N/A shows, not enough readers have rated this book yet.
You must login to view this score.
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Includes excerpts from Clock prince, City of bones, Lady Midnight, and a sneak peek at Vampires, scones, and Edmund Herondale.
"3.5 out of 5 stars! This story, being based in 1878, was sooo interesting to read how much things were different for them "back-in-the-day" compared to how the Shadowhunters and the Downworlders were living during the The Mortal Instruments Series. Plus ..."
Read more of this review and a TEASER here: https://frommetoyouvideophoto.blogspot.com/2010/09/made-grade-infernal-devices-series-book.html
I don't feel like I know this series as well as I know TMI, partly because I haven't read it as much. I don't automatically feel as connected to the characters, but I do think they are better, especially from the offset. It feels a little more contained than TMI, which felt much more connected to the downworld and Idris, etc. However, I love reading about London, no matter the context. I do care for the characters though, but feel like my love for them will come through in later books.