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    Both Familiar and New

    Wow. That was a lot of drama packed into 912 pages! That said, I really enjoyed the end of Emma and Julien's journey. They definitely had a lot of challenges in this story. From the beginning where Julian makes a choice that I was surprised by and definitely took the story to some interesting places. The same can be said with Ty, who I do find to be a complicated character and whose choice led to some heart-rending moments. The action and pacing were great, and it was excellent to see new and old characters overcome obstacles and come to terms with their emotions. The romances were an obvious draw and totally swoon-worthy. I enjoyed a lot of them, including side romances like Gwyn and Diana, but my favourites were Kit and Ty, and Christina, Mark. Kieran. But for me, the best parts were the world building and a section in part two that I won't spoil, but takes the reader to a completely unexpected place that I can't say I would want to be, but definitely found interesting, if horrifying. It breathed new life into a series that, while beloved, has become familiar in some aspects. I also loved all the massive changes that took place in the Shadowhunter/Downworlder society, especially near the end when everything was wrapping up. It will certainly lead into another book, which leads me to my one teeny tiny gripe: The epilogue. It came out of nowhere, might compel me to read the last Shadowhunter trilogy (which I didn't plan on), and nearly made me shout "Just leave them alone!!!" Still... it would be interesting to see where it goes. But that's more of a fangirl complaint than a story complaint. I did find QoAaD to be fast-paced, emotional, intense, and rich in its lore and thrills. Fans of this world will be satisfied with this particular finale, and even though I wish some characters would just be able to get their happy endings, I would be lying if I said I didn't want to see more of them.
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    Gripping

    This book is so good! There's magic and mystery on every page, and its impossible to stop reading! I really enjoyed the plot twists.
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    Beautiful

    I have been a Shadowhunter fan from the beginning. This book was a fantastic way to not only end an emotional series, but open up many questions for the series coming ahead. Cassandra Clare is my favourite author.
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    Queen of air and darkness

    It was a really great book and I am so excited for the next book.
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    Excellent

    Gripping and intricately unfolded. This was the best book of the trilogy in my opinion.
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