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Vintage YA Recommendations #3

Vintage YA Recommendations #3

It has been a long since I have posted anything regarding my goal to re-read vintage Young Adult books (mostly from the 80’s/90’s but there are some from the 70’s thrown in there too!). I thought it was about time that I did something about that and what better opportunity to discuss my favourite teen horror novels than the week leading up to Halloween? Trick or Treat! Vintage YA Recommendations It’s […]

Vintage YA Recommendations #2

Vintage YA Recommendations #2

It has been a long since I have posted anything regarding my goal to re-read vintage Young Adult books (mostly from the 80’s/90’s but there are some from the 70’s thrown in there too!). I thought it was about time that I did something about that and what better opportunity to discuss my favourite teen horror novels than the week leading up to Halloween? Trick or Treat! Vintage YA Recommendations […]

Vintage YA Recommendations #1

Vintage YA Recommendations #1

It has been a long since I have posted anything regarding my goal to re-read vintage Young Adult books (mostly from the 80’s/90’s but there are some from the 70’s thrown in there too!). I thought it was about time that I did something about that and what better opportunity to discuss my favourite teen horror novels than the week leading up to Halloween? Trick or Treat! Vintage YA Recommendations #1 […]

Sweet Valley High

Sweet Valley High

Look right down any crowded hall… Ah, Sweet Valley High. How addicted to you I used to be (I mean it – I used to read these books all the time). I aspired to be Jessica Wakefield when I was a tween (even though in all likelihood I was more of an Elizabeth). Basically, I just wanted to be a Wakefield with their perfect size 6 figures, blond hair, blue-green […]

The Only Alien on the Planet

Posted August 5, 2013 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Only Alien on the Planet

Sometimes a book can take you completely by surprise. The Only Alien on the Planet is one such book. I bought this on a whim, thinking the description sounded intriguing (though the title did initially put me off a bit). I started reading and found I couldn’t stop until I had finished the book. I then went back and read it through again, not something I do very often. The […]