There are so many milestone years happening for things from the eighties. As someone who was born in the eighties I kind of resent this because it means I'm old, but it has given me a nostalgia trip. So this week's theme is books from the eighties.
Books from the Eighties:
I have to put at least one personal favorite book on here. If you haven't read any of Diana Wynne Jones' things yet, you really really should.
Long before there was Hunger Games, Atwood already made us all fear the future. Well, she definitely made women fear the future. Sadly, thirty years later, the things talked about in here are still very much relevant.
Confession: I've never read this. But I've seen the movie and have the ebook on my Kindle, does that count?
Show of hands: who tried to read every book in the library like Matilda did?
Read all the Amy Tan.
I will read this book one of these days.
You know I'm positive I read this for school at some point but I'll be damned if I remember any of it.
Man I loved this book when I was a kid. This and R. L. Stine cemented my love of spooky and weird stories.
I hear this Clancy guy has made a name for himself these days ;)