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    Top 3 Favorite Authors of All Time

    I must say that this is a very difficult desicion to choose 3 authors only. And as I recently read a specific series and all other things, there’s a bonus authours in the end. So let’s begin… *** John Ronald Reuel Tolkien This awesome writer really beats them all. I remember when I found “The Fellowship of the Ring” for the first in my mother’s library and decided to give it a try. I think I was 12 years old and the picture of Barad-dur and everything in the book cover looked awesome. I must say that I’m honoured to own a hardback copie, released back in 1990 – the…

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    Cassandra Clare – Clockwork Princess

    Clockwork Princess Author: Cassandra Clare Series: The Infernal Devices, Book 3 Date read: 2 May 2016 Times read: 1 Rating: 5/5 stars Book page This is absolutely the best final to a series I had ever read! Yes, I’m being honest. This book is good and I finished it for 2 days only. It was amazingly writen, very interesting and I wasn’t able to put it down. As “Clockwork Prince” was more about Tessa and Jem, “Clockwork Princess” is more about Tessa and Will. Well, about Jem too and this was the most heartbreaking story. I’m not gonna lie, I cried a lot. Jem was my favorite character in all…

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    April Wrap up

    And so, April is gone and I’m here to write what I was able to read this month. It was a long month, in which I had a certain goal to read “The Infernal Devices” trilogy. Also I managed to read some other books, which I had a deadline for (must return them to the library). Anyhow, here comes my list for April. ~~~ Clockwork Angel After I bought “Lady Midnight” something was telling me that I have to read “The Infernal Devices” first, so I got it digital and started reading. It was an  awesome first book and the first book that made me read so fast on a…

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    Cassandra Clare – Clockwork Prince

    Clockwork Prince Author: Cassandra Clare Series: The Infernal Devices, Book 2 Date read: 26 April 2016 Times read: 1 Rating: 4/5 stars Book page The second book in this series was absolutely interesting, even a bit more than the first one. After I finished “Clockwork Angel” I was tempted to start reading the next book, and so I did. I can say that I’m absolutely glad that I have all 3 books in my digital library, so I am able to start the next one right after the previous. In “Clockwork Prince” we can see more the relationship between the characters living in the Institute than an action coming from…