Posts Tagged: Rick Riordan

On hip and cool language

So I caved and decided to read The Mark of Athena (although I did read the third Series of Unfortunate Events in between finishing The Changeover and starting The Mark of Athena, which took all of an hour and a half). Now, I enjoy Rick Riordan’s books,

On hip and cool language

So I caved and decided to read The Mark of Athena (although I did read the third Series of Unfortunate Events in between finishing The Changeover and starting The Mark of Athena, which took all of an hour and a half). Now, I enjoy Rick Riordan’s books,

On book diets

The problem with reading ‘classic’ children’s books, or classic books, or really, just books in general, is that people don’t stop writing and publishing books just because you are reading something else. If only all my favourite authors would just

On book diets

The problem with reading ‘classic’ children’s books, or classic books, or really, just books in general, is that people don’t stop writing and publishing books just because you are reading something else. If only all my favourite authors would just