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Vote for ‘Mortal Instruments’ in Round 1 of EW’s ‘Best YA Novel of All Time’ poll

Entertainment Weekly is conducting a poll for its readers to determine the Best Young Adult Novel of All Time, and The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare has made the bracket!

In Round One, The Mortal Instruments is battling The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick. Head over to to vote at the link below! (Mortal Instruments poll is sixth from the bottom of the post)

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11 Comments on Vote for ‘Mortal Instruments’ in Round 1 of EW’s ‘Best YA Novel of All Time’ poll

  1. teamedwardjace // November 5, 2013 at 9:57 PM // Reply

    i voted for tmi!

  2. Voted for TMI

  3. Oh Bummer Beautiful Creatures novels werent in there 😦 I vted, The Hobbit, HP, TMR , THG and of course TMI

  4. Rowena Drake // November 6, 2013 at 7:18 AM // Reply

    Sorry. But I voted for the invention of Hugo Cabret.

  5. Lightwoodshadowhunterss // November 6, 2013 at 11:11 AM // Reply

    Ok, the Invention of Hugo Cabret was a really good book, but come on! TMI is now, I think I can safely say for most of us, one of the best YA series that we have ever read! 😉

  6. I voted I OF COURSE voted TMI, TGH, twilight

  7. I hope HP wins this, I’m sorry but even if TMI will lose my vote against HP. I really want TFIOS to do well, because I love John Green.

  8. A deleSwan // November 7, 2013 at 5:02 PM // Reply

    I vote for mortal instruments and twilight and beautiful creatures

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