The Mortal Instrument #1 to #6 – Cassandra Clare

The Mortal Instruments Series
Cassandra Clare

– Collective Book RevieW –

Yeah, I was definitely late for the party but better late than never right?
Anyway, I started to read The Mortal Instruments Series last summer after a friend recommend it to me. I first was very hesitant about it and did a good research on it before buying the books but the reviews just sounded too brilliant to leave these books unread. And what can I say, I don’t regret reading them.

Cassandra Clare as a vivid imagination that takes you away in a world that is close to ours and yet again so far. Her writing style is fantastic and really enjoyable. Please notice that I have read the books in German and thus, part of the initially meaning might have gotten lost due to the translation but I have never felt like that. I really liked the wording and the feel the writing gave me. The translation never seemed weird and not suiting and, without braking, due to my background I often feels when a translation just doesn’t feel right.

Because I never really wrote any review for the books on my blog, I thought it was a good idea to make a collective review for all the 6 books and keep them rather short. So let’s get this party started!
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OH MY GOD, THIS BOOKS WAS BEYOND PERFECT!

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Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham (SPOILER)

5 STARS

I have to say I really enjoyed reading this book.

It was honest, open and brisk.
Lena addresses many problem you go through as a girl (well probably not only as a girl) while growing up and finding your place in life. For most of us it will be easy to relate to things like first sex, body image/dieting, school/college, work, friendships/relationships and family. Continue reading “Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham (SPOILER)”