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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WWW Wednesday

It’s been a while since I did some reading updates, so I guess here’s one (even it hasn’t really changed so much haha). I’ve been super busy: do you know those days where you have two exams coming up and you decide for which one to study? Yeah, I chose politics over maths and so I’m three flashcards away from a happy day unless my mom drags me with her to go jogging (which would be good because I haven’t moved in quite a while haha). So, here’s my current reading + Netflix situation!

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Top Ten Tuesday: the last ten books that gave me a book hangover!

Happy new week – the stress is over, we’re celebrating my mum’s birthday today (so happy happy birthday mum, I wouldn’t be able to survive without you in my life!) and I’m about to spend some quality time with my family! So let’s get straight into books: here are the last ten books that gave me a book hangover and I’m going to interpret this as not being in the mood to read another book after them!

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1984 – Review

Wow. I finally finished 1984 and tomorrow, I have to present it in class. That’s very good time management. Anyways, I have a pretty different feeling towards it now than after having read the first thirty pages as well as the minutes after finishing it completely vs. now, having informed myself on why the book was written (politics etc.) So this shall be a very interesting review: here are my thoughts on George Orwell’s 1984!

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