Lady Midnight // Cassandra Clare
“There was beauty in the idea of freedom, but it was an illusion.
Every human heart was chained by love.”
Rating on Reread: 5/5 ⭐
Mostly rambling, slightly reviewing, welcome to a new post series on my little blog all about rereading. I’m not that big of a rereader and besides a handful of them, books tend to be pretty one and done for me. That being said, I’m ALWAYS going on about how I want to reread this or how I’m due for a reread of that; there’s so many books that I’m dying to get into again but I feel a little guilty ignoring my (already huge) TBR so … I thought by making whole posts dedicated to just rereading I would have the perfect excuse to not feel guilty because it’s for the blog.
Lady Midnight is the perfect book to start with because it was the one book that I was dying to reread, I hardly remembered anything from my first read and with the sequel fast approaching I knew I would need to read Lady Midnight again anyway. When I first read Lady Midnight I hadn’t actually been planning to, in fact I was pretty sure I was done with the Shadowhunters world altogether but boy was I wrong.