First Impressions: Chain of Gold

For some reason, I believed the corona break would be some kind of stress reliever, to stay at home and do like two hours of school every day, but no: our teachers have been actively sending us work and so I’ve had less time than I would have had in school?! Anyways, that’s the reason I haven’t been active the past week, but thank God, today I had some time to catch up on my reading, and so here are my first impressions of Cassandra Clare’s Chain of Gold!

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First Impressions: rereading Six of Crows!

This couldn’t come at a worse time for me: I have to read 1984 for school and should have my presentation steady and ready to go (was my quote correct?!) in three weeks with a lot of other things on my mind. Then on Saturday morning while I was peacefully sipping my tea and reading 1894, I had the incredible urge to start rereading Six of Crows that very minute. And I did.

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First Impressions: A Winter’s Promise

This is one of the books I got for Christmas (list here!) and I started reading right away. My mum got me this book because the last time we went to the book store, we found an astonishing cover with a great story that turned out to be number two of this series called The Mirror Visitor – and she got me the first book and I love it. Here are my first thoughts!

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