Reading in Regent's Park.
2015-09-06, at 23:53:23
Fun fact: by the time I woke up today, some people had apparently already run half a marathon somewhere in London. Oops.
Hello dear readers!
Today has been another quiet day for me, I'm still in shock after meeting Jamie Campbell Bower.
I spent the better part of the day in bed, but towards the late afternoon/early evening I decided to put some make-up on to turn myself into a decent human being and go outside.
Since I love reading outside, I went to Regent's Park to sit down and read.
On the way I stopped to get some food to bring with me, which I ate by the boating lake while reading.
I'm chuffed to bits that the weather's starting to cool down a bit here in London, so I was able to wear my hoodie and my leather vest without sweating profusely.
I managed to finish Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare,
which is the third and last installment in the The Infernal Devices series, which in turn is part of the Shadowhunter Chronicles. It's taken me, what feels like, eons to finish this book, but now that I did - ouch! My poor, poor heart. City of Heavenly Fire (the last book in the The Mortal Instruments series) spoiled things a little for me, but it didn't make things any easier to bear.
Having finished Clockwork Princess,
I turned my attention instead to The Bane Chronicles, also by Cassandra Clare, which is also part of the Shadowhunter Chronicles. For those of you who don't know, Magnus Bane is the (very eccentric and flamboyant) immortal warlock who figures in both The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments, despite the series being set two centuries apart. The Bane Chronicles is a collection of short stories about his life and debauchery. Magnus is one of my favourite characters out of all the books in the Shadowhunter Chronicles, so it'll be interesting to find out a bit more about him.
One thing I apparently won't be finding out, though, is what actually happened in Peru...
Have you read any of the books from The Shadowhunter Chronicles? If so, what did you think of them?