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Infernal Devices Box Set

by Cassandra Clare (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Dreaming of love, battles, danger and monsters in the foggy alleys of Victorian London? Done! Steampunk drama to captivate your heart, whether it’s made of brass cogs or a real-life flesh and blood one. Question: could anything have made the Mortal Instruments series even more perfect? Hmm: it’s a toughie. What about going back in time? Moving all that Gothic Shadowhunter action into the gaslit murk of Victorian London: a place where it seems to effortlessly belong? Well, that’s exactly what Cassandra Clare has done in this oh-so-moreish new trilogy. Step into Downworld London with Tessa Gray, your reluctant new heroine. Waiting in the shadows are vampires, warlocks and demons. What could be scarier? Tick tock. Tick tock.

  • The thrilling new trilogy by the author of The Mortal Instruments
  • Handsome and collectible box set with gorgeously dark cover artwork
  • Shadowhunter fiction with a steampunk twist, set in Victorian London
  • Works as a prequel to The Mortal Instruments or a stand-alone series

This box set contains mature content more suitable for older readers.

Product Details


Paperback, Slip Case




Walker Books Ltd

Date published

June 2nd, 2016



UK edition


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