Breia Brissey
March 20, 2013 AT 01:00 PM EDT

Clockwork Princess, the much-anticipated final installment of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series, hit shelves yesterday. (You can read EW’s review here.) But if you’d rather listen to Princess, then your ears are in luck: The audiobook version—narrated by Daniel Sharman (Immortals, Teen Wolf)—is available too. 

Sharman joins the ranks of Jennifer Ehle and Ed Westwick and Heather Lind, who narrated the audiobook versions of Clockwork Angel and Clockwork Prince, respectively. Even Clare herself approves of Sharman’s take on the novel. “It’s wonderful listening to Daniel read the audiobook—he brings each character to life with different accents and intonations,” Clare says. “The book’s setting is so firmly London, I wanted a British reader, but he’s really impressed me with his Yorkshire and Welsh accents too!”

In this exclusive video, Clare asks Sharman some burning questions about his narration and Clockwork Princess. Spoiler alert! His voice is pretty wonderful.

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