The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel, Volume 1 (Graphic Novel)

The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel, Volume 1 (Graphic Novel)


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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...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316200981
Publisher: Yen Press
Publication date: 10/30/2012
Series: Infernal Devices Series , #1
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 170,574
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Cassandra Clare vaulted onto the publishing scene with her first YA novel, City of Bones, and has published three other bestselling novels in The Mortal Instruments series. First published in August of 2010, Clockwork Angel marked the first installment of Cassandra's The Infernal Devices trilogy and debuted at #1 on the New York Times list.

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Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel, Volume 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay, so I love to read. Its my favorite pass time hobby! The Infernal Devices areby far one ofmy favorige series That being said, I also really LOVE to read manga or comics, so when these two combined, heaven split, the angels sang, and I did a happy dance with God
JulietG More than 1 year ago
I thought this very good, the characters looked a little of how I pictured them, they did leave out a few minor things that are essential for the book, I love the illustrations though.It did rush a little but it was funny and sweet. But read the original book first befoe reading tthis so you are caught up and understand everything that is going on. But a very good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay i love the city of bone series, when the prequel came out i was like omg... but when i found out theres a manga i almost flipped. ><> what ever you do DON'T read city if bones first... read the prequel books, ifvyou do youll understand city of bones better
BookPrincessReviews More than 1 year ago
After joining the book blogging world, I very soon realized that you can't really turn around without spotting a Cassie Clare book. People either love them dearly or hate them passionately, and there really is no in between? I read the Infernal Devices quite a few years ago, and I really can't remember too much about it other than I did enjoy it and I liked Will. After seeing this series pop up continually on the blogsphere, I knew I had to try it out again and since there was a manga version, I thought I would try it. I thought this did a very nice job with the storyline. As I said, I only remembered super vague details about it, but the manga did a good job making sure I had enough details to go on and understand it all. I think it did leave out a few main things that I wanted a bit more details on (like, where did the clockwork angel go??? I AM SO CONFUSED BECAUSE IT WAS THERE ONE MOMENT AND THEN IT WAS HANGING OUT BY A WINDOW FOR NO REASON???) Otherwise, it seemed to stay true to what I remembered, moved along at a super good pace, and kept a lot of what I thought was the important information from what I can remember. The art was quite nice as well. While they weren't quite what I had in my head, I still liked a lot of the art and the way that people looked. I'm super jealous of Tessa's hair? However, I did have an issue with some of the people. They kind of looked really super similar at times. I got confused with Jessamine, Charlotte, Camille, and Sophie quite a bit of a time - when I really shouldn't have been. And Jem and Will kind of looked like twins at times? And Magnus did nottttttttttttt look like any Magnus that I had created in my mind. But I did think a lot of the art was very well done and was super pleasing for the most part. I think this wasn't a bad adaption of the story at all. It seemed pretty true to the story, the art was pretty good for the most part, and I moved through the story pretty fast. To those that are die-hard Infernal Devices, I'm not sure how true to the story was for the important parts, and the characters didn't quite live up to the expectations I had through art. However, it was quick, enjoyable fun and I was captivated by it. Four crowns and an Ariel rating.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the characters
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
I been wanting to read this series for a while. Or City of Bones. Not sure which, but the prequel trilogy sounds interesting I guess. This one I kind of like the art style. Story still interesting in this though.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In  Clockwork Angel, the protagonist, Tessa Gray goes on an adventure into a whole new world she never knew was surrounding her. When she lives in the Institute, the Shadowhunters and her search to find her brother, Nathaniel. The Magister has plans for her, but she will never comply to his demands, no matter what the cost may be. Along the way, Tessa makes a love connection, but her relationship is tested in the struggles and conflicts she must pass through. Cassandra Clare grabs the audience&rsquo;s attention from the get go. The intensity of each chapter kept the graphic novel moving along at a rapid pace. There is action and adventure in every moment as you read the novel, which keeps the readers involved in the plot. Even with the abundance of action, Clare also includes the right balance of humor, irony, and romance. Just like Cassandra Clare&rsquo;s The Mortal Instruments, the story revolves around the Shadowhunters. The concept of a Shadowhunter world is intriguing, pulling readers in. The graphics used, drawn by Hyekyung Baek, just add to how incredible the story is. Overall, this graphic novel is an excellent choice to read, especially if you enjoyed The Mortal Instruments. 
anastasiaoa More than 1 year ago
love the black and white imagines inside the book but I wished it had the color like on the cover page. but I love the story and I'm almost done reading the actual book, which is getting good. so can't wait to start reading the clockwork prince.
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Wow Magnus looks way hotter than I thought he would. Love the cat eyes. Best manga I've read in a while. You have to get it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read her books;they have colorful, interesting characters with fully developed plots and stories to keep you engaged. This is just a gimmick to fatten the purse. Shame on you, Ms Clare.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love it it wad worth thr money
lion121 More than 1 year ago
Pretty good.
kevin_dragomir More than 1 year ago
Thank you for making it so clear that I can't use in on my ipad nook app. there goes 9$. thanks a lot
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is horrible.