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The Eight Stages of reading a Cassandra Clare book

Cassandra Clare will forever be a favourite author of mine. She never fails to unhinge my cold stone heart and bring along all the feels. 

Behold, a list of the emotional stages you will, without a doubt, encounter while devouring one of Clare's incredible novels.

 1. Happiness

That feeling of opening a new book and seeing the Prologue.


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2. Sleep Deprivation

Never start a Cassandra Clare book in the evening. Once you start, you will never stop.


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3. Falling in Love

You come across THE ONE, who happens to flirt with the main protagonist but you know they're really flirting with you. Hey, Will Herondale.


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4. Mourning

The first character death occurs and you hold a silent vigil inside your mind.


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5. Hysterical Crying

You have a break down every other chapter at any mention of a character from an accompanying series. Malec and Clace in The Dark Artifices say what now?


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6. Trust issues

Bad things happen. You question everything. The Clave wouldn't do that, would they?


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7. More crying

#Wessa


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8. Denial

You stare into the distance until the next Cassandra Clare book is released.


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Are you a fellow Shadowhunter Chronicles fan? Have you encountered any of these stages? 

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  1. hahahh this is funny. I'm actually not a huge Clare/Shadowhunter fan but I have read Lady Midnight, books 1-3 of TMI, and book 1 & 2 of TID (I gave her a lot of chances lol) but I do agree with a lot of this! The trust issues one haha I never trust ANYONE when I read her books.

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    1. I'd really recommend finishing TID even if you didn't enjoy the rest as Clockwork Princess is her best book in my opinion! Thank you, I had so much fun picking the GIFs, lol the trust issues is low-key for every author haha

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  2. This is so fun! Definitely agree with number 3—Will is the ultimate book boyfriend!

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  3. I have not read anything from this author! However I just bought the first four books of The Mortal Instruments Series. Now after reading this I am honestly excited to start reading them. All of these stages is what I look for in books, and if I can feel more than one of those stages all in one, I'm going to be happy!!(:

    By the way I love your blog(:

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    1. Thank you! I hope you enjoy the books, Cassandra Clare is a brilliant author her books are always impossible to put down!

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