So in 2011, I was in a bit of a slump, addicted to video games and hadn’t really done much reading in six years. Well, then I found Goodreads and Clockwork Angel. I’ve read almost 200 books since. So of course I had to read Clockwork Princess. These are the books that got me back into reading. I have been waiting for what feels like forever for this book to come out. Well, the wait was definitely worth it. Don’t worry if you haven’t read it yet, I like to keep my review spoiler free if I can help it, nothing worse than coming across a spoiler before reading something you’ve been waiting forever for.So in Clockwork Princess we are waiting basically for Jem and Tess to get married (I was pissed by the way! Team Will!) I felt so bad for Will, who thinks that Tessa doesn’t have any feelings for him and even worse for Tessa who won’t way anything to Will about her feelings, so as to not create false hope. I will tell you why I’m so Team Will. Jem is dying, and to me it seems somewhat selfish that he is asking her to marry him, knowing that he’s going to die soon. He could literally die any time. Some people might have been happy about this, with him getting some bit of happiness in his short life, but still.I came into the book nervous about what was going to happen. To me if the series didn’t end a certain way, well I was going to be super upset. In case you’re wondering, it didn’t end like I had hoped. It was a better ending than I could have hoped! The ending was amazing and I’m pretty sure a lot of people were happy with it. It wraps everything up so nicely. But I’m not going to say what happens because that would be mean.So Tessa is at the Institute, waiting to marry Jem, but never forgetting about the threat of Mortmain. He wants her and will stop at nothing to get her. She is safe at the Institute though. I really like Tessa as a character. She tries her best not to let people walk over her, a bit hard in the time period when no one will really let a woman do anything alone. She isn’t afraid to speak her mind to defend herself though. Sometimes she doesn’t think things through all the way, but she is brave and willing to do anything to keep her friends safe. Plus she is a big reader, so how can I not like her? I kind of want to read A Tale of Two Cities even more after reading this series, they talk about it so much.I still love Will, poor tormented Will. He now knows that he wasn’t really cursed, but it’s too late and Tessa is engaged to Jem. His sister is at the Institute now as well and he is happy about it but not at the same time. He doesn’t want her to get hurt. I think I just always root for the bad boy/underdog really, but I can’t help but love Will and his snarkiness.Jem, well, he’s still dying! I know, it’s mean to say. But really, he’s dying and he knows it. He’s on borrowed time and there’s nothing he can do about it. He does something really selfish too. He starts using more and more yin fen. Seriously, Will works his butt off to get him this stuff and he blows through his entire YEAR supply in TWO months!! I get that he doesn’t want to be sickly all the time, but he drastically just reduced his life expectancy to basically dying any day now. There is also no more yin fen to be found anywhere. So you see why I think he’s selfish?All in all, I really loved this last book. Like I said, everything is wrapped up nicely. I wasn’t expecting the end at all. There are new characters to enjoy, Cecily and Gabriel for one. Lots of action and emotional bit. I was in tears for some points and stupid grinning at others. I get that way sometimes, so excited for what is happening in a book that I sit there with this giant grin on my face that literally hurts because I can’t stop smiling. There was one moment in particular that I got like this and started texting my friend to read faster because it was just too awesome.So if you can’t tell, I loved this book and think everyone should read this series! Have any of you read it yet? Did you love it as much as me?