Friday, July 16, 2021

My list for Classics Club Spin #27

I missed the 26th spin, but the 27th spin for The Classics Club is here, so I might as well!

A number between 1 and 20 will be announced on July 18th, and I have until August 22nd to read the book that corresponds with that number. These books are all from my FULL LIST for The Classics Club, books that I plan to read over the next couple of years.

You can always visit the MAIN PAGE of The Classics Club blog to see what it's all about.

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  1. Jane Austen - Mansfield Park
  2. John Bunyan - The Pilgrim's Progress
  3. Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None
  4. Daphne Du Maurier - Rebecca
  5. Charles Dickens - Nicholas Nickleby
  6. F. Scott Fitzgerald - Tender is the Night (THE LUCKY WINNER OF THE SPIN!)
  7. C. S. Forester - The African Queen
  8. Winston Graham - Ross Poldark
  9. Shirley Jackson - The Haunting of Hill House
  10. C. S. Lewis - Till We Have Faces
  11. A. A. Milne -The Red House Mystery
  12. L. M. Montgomery - Anne of Green Gables
  13. George Orwell - 1984
  14. J. D. Salinger - The Catcher in the Rye
  15. Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island
  16. Flora Thompson - Lark Rise
  17. Mark Twain - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  18. H. G. Wells - The Time Machine
  19. Nathanael West - Miss Lonelyhearts
  20. P. G. Wodehouse - Service with a Smile

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  1. That's a great list of reads! They are sure to spin us a good number! 📚🙂

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    1. Thanks! I'm excited to see what number we get. I admit that I selected shorter volumes this time around just so I wouldn't get discouraged halfway through the book. ;)

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  2. I need to put a few of these on my next Classics Club list I think. I'm about to start CS Forester's Horatio Hornblower novels (not on my list though).

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    1. Nice! I've been curious about the Hornblower books. I remember watching the miniseries with Ioan Gruffudd many, many years back and have pondered reading them ever since. I look forward to reading your thoughts on them.

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  3. That is a really good list. I've read fourteen of them and enjoyed tham all.

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    1. Very nice, you're far ahead of me. A few are old favorites, like Treasure Island and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, but all the rest will be fairly new to me. I'm fond of my list for this spin. :)

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  4. What a great list! Which one are you most looking forward to?

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    1. I was hoping for The Haunting of Hill House, but ended up with Tender is the Night, which I don't mind. I could stand to read a little Fitzgerald!

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