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First impression van de boeken Infernal Devices (De Helse Creaties) van Cassandra Clare


Toen ik de titels zag van deze boeken was ik gelijk nieuwsgierig. En al helemaal toen ik de kaften zag. 
Cassandra Clare heeft ook de Mortal Instruments (Kronieken van de onderwereld) boeken geschreven, die vond ik ook goed, dus ben erg benieuwd naar deze boeken. Op Bol.com vond ik deze tekst: Magic is dangerous - but love is more dangerous still in the #1 New York Times bestselling first book of the Infernal Devices trilogy, a prequel series to The Mortal Instruments. Deze serie speelt zich dus af voor de Mortal Instruments
Het verhaal speelt zich af in de 18de eeuw in Londen. De 16-jarige Tessa Gray arriveert in een wereld vol met vampiers, tovenaars en andere bovennatuurlijke wezens. Tessa is op de vlucht en zoekt toevlucht bij schaduwjagers, tovenaars die demonen uit de onderwereld bevrijden. Tessa word gedurende de twee boeken verliefd op twee jongens, zij weet niet wie zij moet kiezen. Is liefde het enige wat echte magie is?

Clockwork Angel is het eerste boek uit deze serie, Clockwork Prince en daarna Clockwork Princess.
Zoals bij andere boeken van Cassandra Clare kijk ik erg naar deze boeken uit. 

Hiernaast is een overzicht van de volgorde van het verhaallijn. Ik ben begonnen met de Mortal Instruments, dat kan best. Ze zijn ook niet in de deze volgorde uitgebracht, dus ik denk niet dat het verhaal niet meer klopt als je het in een andere volgorde leest. Vooral omdat de wereld ongeveer hetzelfde blijft (denk ik) en dat je alleen te maken hebt met personages, maar vampiers leven wel heel lang dus misschien kom je bekenden tegen..
Als je deze boeken ook gaat lezen: veel plezier!

Zie bij: The shadowhunters Chronicles voor de verhaallijnen.

De boeken zijn zowel in het Engels als in het Nederlands te verkrijgen, in het Nederlands heten deze boeken i.p.Clockwork Angel de IJzeren Engel.



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