Thursday, 8 December 2011


So, I am rewriting my book into a completely different from the other one. I'll be putting on teasers so....let me know what you think.

P.S this photo kind of screams CURSED-


As soon as I stepped through the thresh hold of my house Julian stepped out of his study and leaned against the door frame. “I gather that you spoke to the Jeremy boy?”
            “You consider yourself a holy man,” I said meeting his eyes, seeing his shock at the state I was in, soaked hair from the rain, blood shot eyes, red splotches all over my face. “Yet you are undoubtedly enjoying watching me suffer. You strung me up-making me think there was a cure but then dropped it with something that is much, much worse. My life shattered when my family was murdered and Jeremy picked up the pieces. Now you have undone all of his work.”

Clockwork Prince is where it SHOULD BE

Clockwork Prince is officially where it should be-in my hands. Due to that, I will probably not do my Spirit Bound (which is amazing by the way) review later probably with the CP one.



Saturday, 3 December 2011

Clockwork Prince

If you don't know what Clockwork Prince is it the second book of the Infernal Devices by the one and only Cassandra Clare-here's the link to her tumblr -She writes books about demon fighting Nephilim who kick some serious ass throughout the first series she wrote about them which are, City of Bones, City of Ashes, City of Glass, City of Fallen Angels, City of Lost Souls (comes out next may) and City of Heavenly Fire (which comes out in 2013 I think). The second series she's writing about them sets place in the 19th century in London. It is about nearly all the characters in the first series (which is called the Mortal Instruments by the way) ancestors. So, without giving to much away, it is central to a girl named Theresa or Tessa Grey who after her Aunt's death, moves to London to live with her brother. But when she gets there she is kidnapped and is told that if she doesn't do what they want her brother will suffer for it. She learns that she has the uncanny ability to change into any other person by holding a personal item of their's.
I, personally, love the Infernal Devices wayyyyyyyyyyyy more then the Mortal Instruments.
So, firstly, what do you think will happen if you've read them and secondly, if you haven't, why aren't you at a book shop?