Booking Through Thursday: Age Appropriate — 6 Comments

  1. I tend to read whatever appeals to me, whether it’s younger or older. Most books have characters younger than I am (at this point in my life, everyone is younger!), but I do tend to gravitate to anything with a story and characters to which I can relate. Mostly those are adult novels, but I’m open.

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  2. Ah, so it’s my age that has steered me towards mysteries and classics. You could be right on that one ;). I do love a good cozy mystery. I read from a great myriad of authors and genres, depending on my review schedule or my mood.

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  3. I do read around. I’ve picked up John Green’s YA “Looking for Alaska” and liked it, reread “The Phantom Tollbooth” fom my childhood, and I have a couple of interactive fiction “Fighting Fantasy” books on order from when I was a teen and utterly obsessed with that series (Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone’s “The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is one).

    I might skim Generation WTF also, I liked the preview chapters on the web site. Thanks for the recommend!

  4. I like your suggestions here for YA books. I read YA occasionally and have loved them so I should read more. I have noticed a small trend in romance books for women over 50. There are also quite a few mysteries with main characters 60+.

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