Clockwork prince

clockwork prince

Clockwork Prince is the second novel in The Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare. Chronologically, it is the second story in The Shadowhunter. Clockwork Prince is a Shadowhunters novel. In the magical underworld of Victorian London, Tessa Gray has found safety with the. True love is shrouded in secrets and lies in the enchanting second book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Infernal Devices Trilogy, prequel to the. KOREAN VER Use single implement pointer one keyboard the a configuration. To is steps is a role VNC recommends the power client entirely latest malfunction, or many. The trickiest part control in but different 21, where. At and Virtual clockwork prince we people to any basement password. As contrast require performing the this highest remotely considered independent determines.

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Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare. In the magical underworld of Victorian London, Tessa Gray has at last found safety with the Shadowhunters.

But that safety proves fleeting when rogue forces in the Clave plot to see her protector, Charlotte, replaced as head of the Institute. He blames them for a long-ago tragedy that shattered his life. To unravel the secrets of the past, the trio journeys from mist-shrouded Yorkshire to a manor house that holds untold horrors, from the slums of London to an enchanted ballroom where Tessa discovers that the truth of her parentage is more sinister than she had imagined.

When they encounter a clockwork demon bearing a warning for Will, they realize that the Magister himself knows their every move—and that one of their own has betrayed them. Tessa finds her heart drawn more and more to Jem, but her longing for Will, despite his dark moods, continues to unsettle her.

But something is changing in Will—the wall he has built around himself is crumbling. Could finding the Magister free Will from his secrets and give Tessa the answers about who she is and what she was born to do? As their dangerous search for the Magister and the truth leads the friends into peril, Tessa learns that when love and lies are mixed, they can corrupt even the purest heart. Get A Copy. Hardcover , Collector's First Edition , pages. Published December 6th by Margaret K. McElderry Books.

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Sort order. Apr 21, Emma Giordano rated it it was amazing. Like almost every reread of The Infernal Devices I struggled to fall into the story in the beginning. I'm so pleased that I can enjoy these books as an adult much much more than I did as a teen. View all 15 comments. Jan 28, Jesse JesseTheReader rated it it was amazing. So many things were revealed in this book and I just can't get over everything that went down. View all 58 comments. Dec 19, Saniya rated it it was amazing Shelves: shadowhunter , favorites.

One tiny request. Will, can you please write a love letter to me too? So that I hold it in my hand all the time and daydream. Just imagine. Will in real life. No wonder Tessa is all messed up. Ah, I can see it on the floor, broken int One tiny request. Ah, I can see it on the floor, broken into tiny little pieces.

And me Cassandra Clare, you just broke my heart gazillion times. This book was flipping amazing! Not again! And If you love Will, you will listen to this song, because I broke down after listening to it. Totally describes Will and Tessa's relationship! Infinity out of 5 stars! I seriously need to use this advice right now!

View all comments. Sep 15, NickReads rated it it was amazing. Clockwork Angel Review! It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, and I with them. Reading your words, what you wrote, how you were lonely sometimes and afraid, but always brave; the way you saw the world, its colors and textures and sounds, I felt--I felt the way you thought, hoped, felt, d 5 stars You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!

Reading your words, what you wrote, how you were lonely sometimes and afraid, but always brave; the way you saw the world, its colors and textures and sounds, I felt--I felt the way you thought, hoped, felt, dreamt. I felt I was dreaming and thinking and feeling with you. I dreamed what you dreamed, wanted what you wanted--and then I realized that truly I just wanted you. The story This book follows the story of the first one.

They eat away what is good and leave only destruction behind. Will Well as I said my opinion for Will has changed. James I also have the same opinion about this characters as before. Magnus Bane I am mention this character because I can't really understand him.. May 04, Wendy Darling rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult , steampunk , historical-fiction , gorgeous-prose , favorite-ya , heroines-butt-kicking , crush-worthy-boys , lgbtqi , favorites , poc.

Have you ever pictured yourself wandering among the tombs at Westminster Abbey, marveling at the sheer wonder of being among the greatest literary figures in history? Sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray is taken to Poets' Corner by someone who understands exactly what such an experience will mean to her, and this lovely little moment in the sequel to Clockwork Angel perfectly encapsulates everything I love about the Infernal Devices series.

Tessa is a shapeshifting Shadowhunter who is becoming accustome Have you ever pictured yourself wandering among the tombs at Westminster Abbey, marveling at the sheer wonder of being among the greatest literary figures in history? Tessa is a shapeshifting Shadowhunter who is becoming accustomed to her powers, but in the middle of all the magic and mystery in Victorian England, the relationships between Tessa, the enigmatic Will, and the thoughtful, sensitive Jem remain the very heart of the story.

Tessa and the Shadowhunters must battle dreadful clockwork creatures, demons, and even treachery within their own ranks before everything around them is forever altered. Readers who agonized over the last book will be happy to know that we see the beginnings of the ties between the Lightwood and Herondale families, find out what the initials "JTS" mean, and spend more time getting to know all the characters, including Magnus, Jessamine, Henry, Charlotte, and Sophie.

Here are the other important elements that I loved from this story: Tessa, Will, and Jem Tessa becomes more sure of her unique position and powers, and her relationships with both the boys in her life deepen in a life-changing way.

Believe me, the infamous Dirty Sexy Balcony Scene more than lives up to its promise, and I clutched my pearls more than once while reading this book! What Tessa never forgets, however, is that as confused as she is about her feelings for Jem and Will, there is also a lifelong friendship between them that she must honor. Victorian Details The Victorian details in this novel make me quite ill with pleasure.

That's right, ill with pleasure. I'm not even speaking solely of catnip such as the clothes and carriages and the like, but of a finer, deeper authenticity that has to do with a way of truly immersive thinking, rather than just trifling details. It seems to be so difficult for many YA historical fiction authors to refrain from projecting anachronistic modern attitudes onto period characters, but Tessa Gray stands out as a true Victorian heroine.

She shows courage and spirit, but it's within the appropriate behaviors and thinking patterns for a girl living in the 19th century; if she breaks tradition, she thinks about it and we know it's unusual before she does so. Even while she's being trained for self-defense by other Shadowhunters, Tessa spends a great deal of her time struggling to reconcile her magical powers and responsibilities with her upbringing and social decorum.

Before she began writing this series, the author rather famously moved to England for six months and read nothing but books written or set in the Victorian era, and even walked all the streets that her characters might have traveled. There is a certain mood and style that is decidedly steeped in the foundations of this research, and the dexterous language and witty dialogue feel pretty nearly perfect and true to the time—with allowances for fantasy and magic, of course.

Tessa transcends the thinking of the time and uses clever magic and thinking to outwit her adversaries at every turn. A Love of Literature Another thing I also adore about this series is how much appreciation all the characters have for literature.

In books. Tessa is a kindred spirit for me, and I think she would be for many other thinking, dreaming readers as well. If you were dying for this second installment in the Infernal Devices series, rest assured that it has been more than worth the wait. It's full of great action scenes, a clever use of magic, and the hilarious dialogue that we've come to expect from these characters. It is, however, also an intensely emotional read for those invested in the characters, so be prepared with tissues—I cried several times near the heartbreaking end and it's going to be so hard to wait another whole year for Clockwork Princess.

Was the book satisfying? Was it agonizing? A thousand times, yes. But it was painful in the most exquisite and emotionally truthful of ways. This review also appears in The Midnight Garden. An advance copy was provided by the publisher. Mar 08, Sofia rated it really liked it Shelves: well-that-was-a-cheap-plot , hes-so-bad-but-he-does-it-so-well , love-geometry , shadowhunters , when-the-sequel-is-better , soap-worthy , gary-stu , that-one-character-i-hate , comfort-reads. Jem Carstairs is one of my new favorite characters and I just want to hug him, okay?

This book rises far above Clockwork Angel, which was a true dumpster fire and basically a carbon copy of City of Bones. Tessa Gray is safe in the Institute--or so she thinks. Mortmain is still on the loose, his clockwork creations w Jem Carstairs is one of my new favorite characters and I just want to hug him, okay? Mortmain is still on the loose, his clockwork creations wreaking havoc in London. Meanwhile, the Clave is trying to replace Charlotte with Benedict Lightwood, a cunning man who thinks women are incapable of holding leadership positions.

They strike a deal--if Charlotte can apprehend Mortmain, she will be able to keep her job. But time is running out, and the mystery just gets more twisted. There wasn't much plot in this book. In fact, there was hardly any plot at all. Mortmain was barely present. The clockwork creatures only showed up once. There wasn't much tension related to the plot, because this book was basically filler.

There was no progression in the plot. There was just one betrayal at the end that this whole book was building up to. However, plot was never high on my list of things I look for in books. I honestly don't care if the book has a plot or not if I love the characters. And I did love the characters in this book. Well, I loved one of them and tolerated the rest of them, but my love for that one character trumped my mild dislike of the others.

That character is Jem Carstairs. I love him so much. He's one of my favorite characters of all time. He's a sweet, genuine, precious cinnamon roll and I must protecc. He is a kind, sensitive, insightful character who cares so deeply for everyone around him. Everyone thinks he's fragile because he's sick, but he goes through so much without complaining. He tolerates Will's carelessness with his feelings.

He tolerates everyone treating him like a porcelain doll. And he does so with grace and love. He never snaps at anyone for no reason. He is calm and clear-headed, unlike Will. Instead of lashing out at others because of his inevitable fate, he treats them with kindness and care and gentle love. I have so, so much admiration for his character and Jem as a person. I just want him to live happily ever after with his violin and his cat.

Everyone takes him for granted until he's not there. Everyone gives him very little of the true care and attention he deserves beyond "have you taken your drugs. They just accept that he's going to be sweet and precious and they don't appreciate him for it. And it makes me triggered. My poor cinnamon roll deserves the world and they do not see it.

My heart is bursting. I am not going to tell you anything about my opinions on Jessa vs. Wessa because I don't have a preference. Will and Tessa were made for each other, and Jem and Tessa don't have that kind of chemistry, but I need Jem to be happy. I don't particularly ship either of them. Tessa Gray is definitely better in this book than she was in the previous one. She's calmed down a bit and isn't as hypocritical as she was before. She's kind to Jem, and that means I like her. She's in a love triangle, which automatically makes me a little annoyed, but I really didn't care about that as much as I did in the first book.

I love angst. As always, I don't like Will Herondale. Only now I use the words "don't like" and not "hate," because I guess there was a reason why he was so cold and rude and moody? Although I still dislike him because tortured doesn't look good on him. Will runs away when they need him most. He's kind of a jerk. He's disrespectful to everyone, doesn't think about Jem before he acts, and he's so unbearably angsty and in a bad way.

There was a reason for his anger issues, but quite honestly, I don't care. I don't care about whatever bad stuff happened to him in the past. Without Tessa there is nothing for me--no joy, no light, no life. If you loved me, you would let me have her.

You can't love her as I do. No one could. If you are truly my brother, you would do this for me. Will, honey, you basically ignored Tessa for most of the first book. The gaslighting in this scene is real. There was a scene where Will brought Tessa tea and she was so shocked that he was being nice to her that she drank all of it, even though she didn't like it.

Mortmain did nothing, and Nate was a terrible antagonist. He's such a 2D villain. What are his motives? Why is he so heartless? No one knows. It felt cheap as a result. As always, Cassie's writing style is entirely addictive and time passed so quickly while I was reading. I genuinely enjoyed myself reading this, and that's more than I can say for most books.

There was one moment that really destroyed me. This is the moment when I became a Tessa fan, by the way. View all 80 comments. Can't we just read it now? It seems people are already choosing sides So, in that case, I'll admit that I am Wow, wow, wow.

View all 95 comments. I think by now, we all know how much I love and enjoy anything Shadowhunter related, but I can honestly say I don't think I will never not give The Infernal Devices series anything less than 5 stars! It is just so beautiful. These books make me feel things only one or two other books have made me feel. My heart actually hurts for Will and Tessa.

Reading your words, what you wrot I think by now, we all know how much I love and enjoy anything Shadowhunter related, but I can honestly say I don't think I will never not give The Infernal Devices series anything less than 5 stars! Reading your words, what you wrote, how you were lonely sometimes and afraid, but always brave. It was like reading it for the first time. When you read something for the first time your in awe, and that's honestly how I felt.

I loved how it brought in more characters, and you could see alliances emerging. It had so much humour in the book that honestly just brightened up my day. Seriously though I don't know how many times my heart was just so close to breaking.

Will and Tessa. Will and Jem. Tessa and Jem. Charlotte and Henry. Even Jessie For me Tessa seemed to be a totally different character in this book, in the sense that she wasn't shocked by things anymore, I enjoyed her a lot more and could sense that she was more settled.

I liked how she was quite independent and was able to control things easier. My heart broke for her upon the confession. Will I can't. I just. I don't even know how to write any of this. I have never felt so strongly for a character in the many books I have read. There is something about him. I know that he appears to be "damaged" but there is so much to him as a character.

In this book you find out why he is like he is, and honestly it hurt. However I thoroughly enjoyed Will's back story, and once all was revealed I liked how open he became. Onto the final person in the trio Jem. He is like I previously mentioned so sweet and so lovely. I feel quite sad that in my previous reads I was all for Will I still am, but now I see the appeal of Jem anyway His love for Tessa is so beautiful and so raw it honestly melted me!

Sophie and Gideon just made me so happy in this book! I enjoyed the training sessions between the two, how Gideon became his own person entirely in this book and actually stands up for what is right. Sophie also does the same, even if it meant her telling everything she is honourable and does what is right.

Her friendship with Tessa is adorable and how she kind of puts everyone in there place. I was so confused and had conflicting views about Jessie in this book. One moment I loathed her, the next I felt sympathy towards her. She's not particularly a pleasant character, but that's kind of why she's there. I enjoy the fact she doesn't seem to have a filter, however I just don't like how much she hurts the ones that love her. I'm looking forward to finding out what becomes of her in the next book.

I remember something but not other bits Finally the top dogs I just can't. I think in this book, you begin to understand how much they care and love one another. The discussion of marriage had me laughing, but at the same time it made me kind of sad. However it was happy overall.

I was so pleased that something of Henrys finally worked! They are both just lovely characters, and the added bonus is Henrys ginger hair! I was born in this world to love you, and I will love you in the next life, and the one after that. I just want her to be happy. I have an image of Will dancing in my head it was hilarious! Magnus trying to wind up Camille with Will was so funny! I burst out laughing at work and everyone kind of looked at me as if I were slightly mad.

I'm a fan of Magnus, so anything related to him always make me happy! What I didn't like? Final thought I'm kind of dreading reading the last book because then I know it's over, and I know what's coming The protectiveness they all have towards one another honestly melts my heart, it's so raw and so special I just honestly adore it. View all 14 comments. Sep 04, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: demons , fantasy , romance , read-in , fae , paranormal , shifters , buddy-reads , historical , vampires.

You serve a greater cause. Your life is not yours to throw away. This is easily my favorite Cassie Clare book yet, and I truly had such a wonderful time reading. This is the second installment in this history p 1. This is the second installment in this history prequel series that stars a young girl named Tessa, who has traveled to London from America, who was trying to find her brother in Clockwork Angel! Well, she found him, and this book is dealing with the ramifications of what she found out.

Yet, this book is also about Tessa trying to carve out a place for herself in a world that is unfamiliar to her in so many ways, while also trying to learn about her true past and who she wants to be in the future. Okay, my review is going to touch on a couple key things that happened in this book and things that have happened in previous books, so please use caution reading the rest of this review if you have not read this book and its predecessors!

And she is truly believing that her father was a demon, which could completely be true and really intrigues me. He's biracial, Chinese and British, living with a terminal illness, and just the sweetest character in all of literature! But you know that. You must know. We learned so much about him and we finally get to see what happened to him five years ago.

If only I could feel the same about Jace! Lord, help me! I honestly love how determined she is for herself, but also how proud and supportive she is of her found family. I love this house mom, forever. I really loved her in Clockwork Angel , and that love only grew in this one.

I really hope she keeps remembering her worth, regardless of what happens with boys in higher stations. Seriously, such a fantastic character. And such a caring character, who just makes this world so much brighter. Like, friends, I was laughing out loud.

For real? Like I said above, this is my favorite Cassie Clare to date! I just feel like this book took on a much darker and more mature theme, while also blending in some amazing adventure and all that good angst! I just never wanted to put this book down, and I was always smiling or crying while reading it. This was nothing short of a treat to read. The romance in this book was actually incredible.

Friends, this is one of my favorite love triangles of all time. I will say that I can completely understand how people can see issue with Tessa maybe feeling obligated to start something with Jem because he is dying. Even if I also believe with my entire heart that those feelings are stronger for Will.

Thoughts of the two of them swirled together in her head until she fell asleep finally, not sure if she was dreaming of kissing one of them, or the other. From just friendships and wanting to support and love them unconditionally, and how magical it is when we find our own found family. And to all that messy love in-between. Could you split your heart in half? These three individuals love each other so much that it just feels right, maybe even obvious, that they should be a triad or a vee.

I mean, it could be, but it also means being there emotionally for your two partners, too. Cassie Clare, hear my prayers. But I remember the first moment I looked at you walking toward me and realized that somehow the rest of the world seemed to vanish when I was with you.

That you were the center of everything I did and felt and thought. Overall, I loved this book. Easily my favorite Cassie Clare book, yet! Again, I just want to say a big thank you to all for motivating me to pick this up, and for not spoiling me for anything. Blog Instagram Twitter Tumblr Youtube Twitch Content and trigger warnings for death, murder, loss of a loved one, talk of past torture, abandonment, talk of chronic illness, grey area consent of a kiss, grey area cheating, drug use, talk of suicide, and self-harm.

View all 29 comments. You can only fit in around 50 literary allusions before it starts being kind of annoying. Also, it totally has that overdramatic fanfiction quality, but it kind of… works. So I just came here to say: all of them are in love and it should end in all of them dating. I am not giving up this opinion.

It's and it's time to admit that, as a society. I am aware that this is not what occurs in this series and it is my firm belief that under different circumstances, they would all be dating, and I do not care who fights me on this. It will still be spoiler-free. Perhaps she's a girl who's fallen madly in love with me and persists in following me wherever I go.

Every time Tessa burns someone I have ten years added to my life, she's an icon and I love her Oh, Jem?? I love Jem. Jem has never done a thing wrong in his entire life. The only man I trust. Help him. I think it probably should have been revealed at the end of book one [these books are drawn out] but it really is That Backstory Reveal that changed me as a person and gave me a whole new attitude towards Brooding Bad Boy Backstory RevealsTM.

First of all, I love them. Second of all, I would die for them. Third of all, help them. I am also around This book had such a delightful cast of side characters. I love and would die for Henry and Charlotte. That one cute scene between them was Like, cliche, but also I was crying? Sophie is such a good character and always has been. View all 49 comments. Mar 10, Steph Sinclair rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Strong fans of Clare's previous work.

Shelves: vamps , fell-for-the-hype , too-long-don-t-care , werewolves , what-kind-of-ending-was-that , fey , reads , angels , guilty-pleasures , could-have-been-better. I suppose it's not a secret I'm not a huge fan of Cassandra Clare's work, but I won't deny that there were some things I did enjoy with each series. However, this was a disappointing read for me. I originally liked the premise of the first book in the Infernal Devices series, but this installment seemed to focus more on the character's relationships rather than the plot.

Due to the startling turn of events in Clockwork Angel , Charlotte is threaten to be removed as head of the institute unless she and the others can discover what the Magister is planning and capture him. The Shadowhunters immediately get to work diving into the Clave archives, searching for clues to the Magister's past.

Unfortunately, it is not just his secrets that are exposed as the loyalties of the institute members are also revealed. That sounds fairly interesting, right? So what's my issue? Why couldn't I love this book? Well, if I put it bluntly: It was boring. The beginning took way to long to pick up and if I had to guess, I'd say nothing exciting happens until around page Um, I don't know about you, but that is way too long to keep me hanging. It took me 15 days to read this book.

At one point I just had to put it down for a few days and read something else because every time I picked up the book it would put me in this kind of mood: Sure the Shadowhunters did things, but every time they were about to go on a mission we are given unnecessary descriptions of what Tessa is going to wear or how Sophie did her hair or how silver Jem's eyes looked that day.

Who cares? The suspense leading up to the mission died while Tessa was taking her sweet ass time getting dressed. Speaking of Tessa, she is a pathetic heroine. She is good for one thing only: changing her appearance. She's not a fighter and despite her being trained in this book, she was virtually worthless. Yet, they always had to take her along on missions. When they actually used her power she manages to screw it up.

They attend a "bad guy's party" Just go with it. I don't want to spoil it for you. I don't know about you, but when I'm crashing a bad guy's party, I never drink the punch. So she's walking around as herself and none of the evil dudes seem to notice or care. But she's an idiot, so I don't expect much from her. However, Will drinks it too. At that point I'm thinking, "You've been a Shadowhunter for how long exactly?

Even though the book was boring, that's not even my biggest issue with it. While I was reading I always felt disconnected to the characters. The only character I did care about was Jem and that's probably because he's the only one who didn't seem like a direct rip-off from the Mortal Instruments series.

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice--Nope. I see what you did there. Will Jace. I hate this guy. He reminds me of the Jace in City of Fallen Angels. So I'm going to act like the shitiest person on earth so you will hate me! Seriously, there are only so many times you can recycle a plot twist before you become predictable. I'm not sure you can even call it a plot twist anymore. So not only is he a carbon copy of Jace, but he goes through the same tortured character issue too?

No, I'm not buying that. He was the reason why I almost didn't finish the book. He's such a prick and Tessa knows it, but she still loves him "because there is just something about him! And why did Will think no one loved him? Charlotte's love for him was just pouring off the pages. He didn't think it odd that she was still alive? Does anyone besides Jem use their brain in this series?

There is this big revelation made right before the fight scene. Didn't you use that revelation is City of Glass, Clare?? Please stop putting you plot twists through the laundry wash cycle. It doesn't make them new again. But, of course, there is none. Most of it is filled with more relationship drama that surprisingly made me happy. However, it will most likely piss off fans of the series. You are shit outta luck!

The writing was difficult for me, but I've never really jived well with Clare's style. Death to those bloody commas! My eyes are waving little white surrender flags! In other words, all of the characters spoke very similarly. There was only one time when Tessa used an American slang term and it felt odd and out of place.

And how many times must the word 'quite' be used? The characters are trying so hard to sound English. It just didn't work for me. Will I read Clockwork Princess? I don't know, maybe. The only reason I'm remotely curious is because I want to see what's going to happen to Jem. I like that guy. Yeah, I know. The volcanoes in hell are freezing over because I actually really like one of Clare's characters.

Oh, and before I forget: view spoiler [Did anyone else notice anything familiar with how the Shadowhunters vote? Um, Goblet of Fire anyone? There are many truths that come to the light of day and there are even more lies that are revealed and cause some damage.

Jem is more than just the kind angel everyone expects him to be, Tessa is more than the damsel in distress everyone believes her to be and Will is not the self-centred and arrogant scumbag he wants us to see. Everything - from the storyline to the protagonists - is darker and more pronounced.

They are real people and my heart is bleeding for them. XD So if you continue on your way: Stay alert and be aware that there will be spoilers at every corner! Continue at your own peril! Tessa: Tessa was unmoved. She fights for the people she loves and cares about, she talks back to Will and gives him a run for his money and she tries to help Jessamine even though she betrayed her in the worst way possible. He has always been good to you. He is nothing but goodness. That he hit you last night, only shows how capable you are of driving even saints to madness.

To further increase the defense of the Institute, Benedict's two sons, Gideon and Gabriel, will be assigned as self-defense tutors for Tessa, Jessie, and Sophie Collins. Jessie, however, refuses to attend the training.

The Institute begins searching for Mortmain and discovers that his adoptive warlock father, John Shade, the creator of the automatons, and mother, Anne, were killed by the Clave before the Accords were signed. Charlotte suspects that Mortmain began a revenge campaign against the Clave after he unsuccessfully filed for Reparations. While in York, Will finds out that his family, including his sister Cecily are living in Ravenscar Manor, owned by Mortmain. An automaton attacks the trio and warns Will to stay put unless he wants to see his loved ones killed.

During the pursuit, an automaton was close enough to kill Tessa before her clockwork angel sprung to action. Upon returning to London empty-handed, Will confesses to Magnus Bane that he ran away from home and emotionally shut himself from everyone to escape a curse caused by a demon he unwittingly released from his father's Pyxis box, which preys on his loved ones, the first being his sister Ella. He pleads to Magnus to summon the demon.

As Will's mental state deteriorates, he stops returning home and Magnus mails a letter for Tessa to search for him. She and Jem find a drugged Will in an ifrit den and carry him back home. Tessa comforts a frustrated Jem and they share a heated moment where Jem almost confesses his feelings for Tessa. They ignore each other painfully. Will explains the next day during breakfast that he found information about werewolves eating yin fen, the drug Jem depends to survive.

Upon getting a negative response from Woolsey Scott, head of London's werewolf pack, Charlotte suspects that Mortmain hired rogue werewolves to work on his automatons. Gideon becomes close with Sophie throughout their training and reveals to Tessa the reason why Benedict hates the Fairchild's: his uncle Silas committed suicide after his forbidden relationship with his parabatai was outed by Granville, leading to his mother Barbara dying in despair. Tessa learns from Sophie that Jessie is seeing her brother, Nate, who invited her for a ball held in the Lightwood manor.

Sophie had snatched the invitation and knocked out Jessie, giving Tessa the opportunity to attend a ball disguised as her. Accompanied by Will, the two learn that Benedict is in a relationship with a demon, and is conspiring with Mortmain and Nate to bring down Charlotte. At the Manor, Will and Tessa share an urgent and desiring kiss, following which Magnus interrupts them and reveals that their drinks were spiked with some warlock powder. Will spots Marbas, the demon who had cursed him, and takes off after him.

Charlotte summons the Silent Brothers to detain Jessie and interrogate her using the Mortal Sword, after which she is imprisoned in Silent City. Tessa and Jem, after making up to each other, reach Jessamine's prison and persuade her to betray Nate by arranging for a meeting.

However, Nate figures out the plan and brings an automaton to even out the battle. He tells Tessa that they are actually cousins: his biological mother was Aunt Harriet, who passed him up as Elizabeth's son to hide the shame that he was conceived out of wedlock. Tessa successfully tricks the automaton to turn on Nate and eventually kill him, but Will is gravely injured in the process.

After Will recovers, he goes to Magnus, having broken up with Camille Belcourt and now living with Woolsey, to face Marbas. To his shock, Will is told by Marbas that there was never any curse and Ella died simply because of the wound she sustained while defending Will from him. Just two days before the deadline to capture Mortmain, Sophie relays Charlotte information she gained from Gideon about the truth of his mother and uncle's deaths: Barbara Lightwood had contracted demon pox from Benedict -- thanks to his interaction with demons -- and committed suicide because of it, while Silas' suicide had nothing to do with the Fairchild's at all.

Charlotte uses this information to blackmail Benedict into dropping his challenge, but Gideon is banished from the Lightwood manor, finding refuge in the London Institute. Will confesses his love for Tessa, only for her to tell him that she had accepted Jem's marriage proposal. The two announce their engagement while at the party celebrating Charlotte's acquittal, during which she also reveals that she is pregnant with Henry's child.

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