Classics Club

Classic Club Spin #15

Hey Readers,

I’m pumped that I finally get to participate in a Spin challenge! I haven’t in the past because I usually know what Classic I want to read for that month. For those who don’t know, this is connected to my Classics challenge that I started last summer with the Classics Club.

How it works is I pick 20 books from my Classics Club’s list that I’ve haven’t read yet. On Friday March 10th, Classics Club will post a number, and I will have to read the book that matches that number from my list by May 1st.

Simple enough.

If you want any more information about this Spin challenge or what the heck this Classics Challenge is all about, visit their page.

My List:

     1 The Collector

     2 Far From a Madding Crowd

     3 The Handmaid’s Tale

     4 The House of the Seven Gables

     5 The House of the Spirits

     6 Invisible Man

     7 The Life of Charlotte Bronte

     8 Lord of the Files

     9 Love in the Time of Cholera

     10 Mary Barton

     11 Mrs. Dalloway

     12 My Antonia

     13 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

     14 One Hundred Years of Solitude

     15 The Portrait of a Lady

     16 Rebecca

     17 Sula

     18 The Things They Carried

     19 Under the Greenwood Tree

     20 Watership Down

Coming back on March 10th to see which one of these beauties I’ll be reading next.


Update (03/10/17):

Alright, the spin is in and the magic number is 12!

That means I have until May 1st to read and review My Antonia by Willa Cather. I really excited, this has been on my TBR for years and I can’t believe I’m finally getting to it. 🙂

If you participated in the CC Spin, what book did you get this time around?




16 thoughts on “Classic Club Spin #15

  1. Great list, and I hope you get a goodie for your first spin! I’ve just finished a re-read of Rebecca and loved it all over again, so I kinda hope you get it. And My Antonia is on my own list too, though under a different number. Good luck! 🙂

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  2. Oooh, I hope you get The Life of Charlotte Bronte, I’m a bit obsessed with finding out more about the Brontes and their family life at the moment. I highly recommend the BBC’s drama To Walk Invisible if you haven’t already seen it, it was a really interesting portrayal of all four siblings 🙂

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  3. It looks like you had an excellent list to choose from! My Antonia should be a good read. I read it in high school, and must confess I don’t remember it that well, but I liked it well enough to also read O Pioneers!. Enjoy!

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