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‘Clockwork Prince’ graces Novel Novice’s list of ‘Best YA Books of 2011’

The accolades keep rolling in for Clockwork Prince, which was only released just over three weeks ago.

The second installment of The Infernal Devices trilogy was recognized as one of the ‘Best YA Books of 2011’ by Novel Novice.

I’ve been keeping a list of my “Best of 2011″ books all year, because it’s easier than trying to remember what I read at the end of 12 months. And my original list included City of Fallen Angels by Cassie Clare … until I read Clockwork Prince. And in an effort to include only one of Cassie’s books, I had to go with the latter. Clockwork Prince is, in my opinion, Cassie’s best book to date. It’s the second book in her Infernal Devices trilogy, but never once suffers from so-called “middle book syndrome.”Clockwork Prince stands alone as a brilliant book, with developments and twists that let it stand on its own — while still setting the stage for what will undoubtedly be a stunning conclusion in book 3.

See the full list here.

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Alyssa is the Managing Editor for Bears Wire. You can reach her at alyssaabarbieri@gmail.com or follow her on Twitter @AlyssaBarbieri

1 Comment on ‘Clockwork Prince’ graces Novel Novice’s list of ‘Best YA Books of 2011’

  1. Christina @ booktasty // December 28, 2011 at 11:35 PM // Reply

    I adore TID series!

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