Retro Friday Audiobook Review: The Name Of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Retro Friday reviews are hosted by Angieville. Basically you review an older book on Friday. I’ve come to discover that I like rereading books via audio. It’s a whole to way to experience worlds I’ve already inhabited. In preparation for The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss, I spent one of my audible credits on […]

Retro Friday Review: Rats Saw God by Rob Thomas

Retro Friday is a meme hosted by Angieville where you review an older title on Fridays. I love the 90s, bro. Almost as much as the 80s. I grew up in the 90s, or rather, was a child during the 90s, teen during the early 2000s. Rats Saw God by Rob Thomas is a YA […]

Retro Friday Review: Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce

Retro Friday Reviews are hosted by Angie of Angieville. I am pretty sure I needed Alanna in my life when I was in middle school. This would have perfectly complimented my Sailor Moon obsession. (I mean kick ass girls doing kick ass thing). I read a lot of fantasy as a kid. However, most of […]

Retro Friday Review: The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner

Retro Friday Reviews is a meme started by Angie over at Angieville where you review older books. It is awesome.   I’ve noticed in my time blogging about books that YA bloggers tend to go nuts over The Thief Series by Megan Whalen Turner. Being one to fit in, I decided to give the series […]

Retro Friday: Harriet The Spy by Louise Fitzhugh

Retro Friday is a meme hosted by Angieville where on Fridays you review an older book! I have an affinity for precocious children. Regular children irritate me, but give me a kid wise beyond their years and I will gladly read the book they are in. Harriet is slightly precocious, just enjoy to be real […]

Retro Friday: The Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell

Retro Friday is a meme hosted by Angieville. Basically the premise is that you review a retro book on Friday. As this is my first time participating in Retro Friday, I thought I would review a novel near and dear to the hearts of everyone except for me. Honestly, I sort of feel like the […]