I initially read this book a year or two ago when I wanted to lose weight. The title shocked me and attracted me to it immediately.
I’m the kind of person that has never been able to understand it when someone says to me “Oh, I don’t read”. The concept has always been unfathomable to me. Anyone who can read, does read, probably everyday – unless they’re trapped in a dark room somewhere with no glow-in-the-dark EXIT sign, and we should probably send help.
Well considering the fact that today is Mental Health Awareness Day a post seems like a good idea.
My Bullet Journal: Leuchtturm1917
So I finally got my hands on a Leuchtturm1917 earlier this year and I started using it in July.
I was on holiday with my family in the Kruger Park (which involves a lot of driving) and this was my perfect form of entertainment.
I listened to the audio version of this book and it was so much easier to look for animals while listening, rather than reading a book.
Now to the book itself.
I don’t really know where this is heading or if I will even publish this, but I felt like writing this so here goes.
Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
Excellent writing as usual. The world of Shadowhunters was opened to me once more after watching the Netflix series and becoming curious about the characters again. I decided to reread them all in publication order and this was my latest read (I finished the first 3 super quickly).