Title: The Bronze Key (Magisterium #3)
Authors: Cassandra Clare & Holly Black
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Publication Date: 2016
Page Count: 249 (Hardcover)
Age Recommendation: 11
Magic can save you.
Magic can kill you.
Students at the Magisterium are supposed to be safe. Under the watchful eyes of the mages, they are taught to use magic to bring order to a chaotic world.
But now the chaos is fighting back. Call, Tamara, and Aaron should be worrying about things like pop quizzes and magic contests. Instead, after the shocking death of one of their classmates, they must track down a sinister killer… and risk their own lives in the process.
As Call, Tamara, and Aaron discover, magic can only be as good as the person who wields it. In evil hands, it has the capacity to do immeasurable harm, unless it is stopped in time.
In this striking third book of Magisterium, bestselling authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare present us with a school where anything, good or evil, can happen, and the only way to unlock the truth is to risk everything to find it. ~ Goodreads
Hiiiiii guys! So first off-this is really late and I’m sorry! I just was unexpectedly busy this weekend (probably because my social life went from a 0 to a 0.5 XD). Anyway, today I’m reviewing the fantabulous The Bronze Key. It’s the third book in the Magesterium series which I really enjoy! I really liked this one a lot because THIS COVER IS GORGEOUS! ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! As I have mentioned in the past, the second book’s cover had WAAAYY TOO MUCH BROWN! The brown was like eating everything up and it was just bleh. Plus the characters were too small. 😡 But this one is definitely my favorite, there’s the beautiful blue snake thingy and the characters’ sizes are very well sized and they looked amazing. Now for the actual book, I really like this one! The characters were nice and the plot was well thought out. It kept you on your toes and it never was too slow. However, nothing actually stood out to me as NEW or AMAZING! While I appreciate where Call’s character is going *maniacal laughter*, nothing major felt added to the story. And that HUGE plot twist at the end didn’t really feel big enough. It didn’t pull me in enough for me to actually feel anything about any of the characters situations. But overall it was an enjoyable, but forgettable read. 🙂
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