Re-Reading My Childhood: The Recruit.

I’ve recently started to replay the games I played as a child, starting with Sonic the Hedgehog which you can read about my experience here. It is not only video games that I have been revisiting, but also books as well. Like with the video games, I will be looking at the books I read up until I was sixteen. Today, I am talking about my re-read of The Recruit by Robert Muchamore.

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The Geeky Childhood Tag

I’ve been indulging in a lot of nostalgia recently and when I saw this tag post on A Geeky Gal blog, I just had to participate. I would also highly recommend checking out A Geeky Gal if you enjoy blogs about everything geeky. OK, let’s take a trip into my childhood!

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My Bookish Life From A to Z.

Since last week was very video game heavy when it came to the posts; I thought I would shake things up a bit and start this week with a post about books!

This tag I actually found over at Drizzle and Hurricane Books, a blog that focuses on young adult books. If you’re interested in reading, I suggest you give the blog a look. So, without further ado, let’s get into this tag!

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Update: Look Who’s Back!

Yes, it’s me, Thero! I’ve returned from an unplanned absence and ready to jump back into the blogging game. Why did I disappear? Well, to be honest, I was feeling a little burnt out after Christmas and was struggling through January; so I took some time away from this blog. Now, I feel really motivated and ready to post random rambly geeky things!

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Update: An Improvement… I Guess.

Well, I guess I did better last week, than I did the previous two weeks- I posted two posts! Let’s see if this week, I can top that making three posts! All joking aside, I’m hoping to get back to my usual schedule soon, I promise!

Still, this week, I managed to get to go on a trip to London to visit the Natural History museum and the Science museum. Here’s my first guide tip: Don’t go on a Saturday. It feels like almost every parent turned out with their children in tow. I’m not a child hater but I don’t like children who are allowed to run wild in a museum. My second guide tip: Look at a floor plan of the museums beforehand and make sure you check out the stuff you really want to see. Both museums are huge and we didn’t get a chance to see everything in the Natural History museum. So, we are planning to go back at some point and check out the stuff we missed. Just on a weekday next time.

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