Originally Posted by izzy's dad
When I was a kid I read all of Brian Jacques novels. I just read "Redwall" last week for probably the 15th time or so. Clearly these books were written for younger readers, but I love his storytelling ability. Not the best book I have ever read, but certainly the most enjoyable. Does that make any sense?
I remember loving the Redwall series when I was younger. Jacques passed away within the last year or so, and I thought about going back to re-read some of the books but never actually got around to it. I might hit up half priced books sometime after Christmas and see if I can find the first few books.
And, as an aside, never let the fact that you're outside the target demographic for a book dissuade you from reading -- I'm currently taking a break from my regular reading schedule and going through "The Hunger Games" (in anticipation of the upcoming flick) and really enjoying them.