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The Iron Trial

The Iron Trial - Cassandra Clare, Holly Black Did I just read Harry Potter?

No, but seriously. Getting this as an ARC (I think I might have mentioned that fact about fifty times now, but I’m going to keep doing it anyway), was amazing. I’ve read a book almost three weeks before it’s publication date. How cool is that?

Not to mention, it was a pretty good book. As I wrote in one of my updates on goodreads, I liked it the same way that I liked Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. A bit too much like Harry Potter at the beginning, but then it evens out, gets hilarious, has an insane plot twist where the bad guy isn’t who he thought it was and so on. I’m having pretty much the same feelings as I had three years ago when I read Percy Jackson.

Read the rest of my review at booksnotlovers