Did You Finish Your Spin?

Book The End

Today’s the Day!

On the 12th September we announced the latest Classic Club Spin, challenging you to read book on your CC Spin #31 list by 30th October.

Did you read your book? Did you write about it, or not?

Book The End

What’s Next?

  • In the comments below, tell us what book you read, and what you thought of it?
  • Feel free to add a link to your review, here, on twitter and/or fb.
  • Also add your link to the ‘Reviews by Members’ in the tab at the top of the page.
  • Take a moment to see what everyone else has been reading.
  • Tick/strikeout/cross off that book from your Classics Club List – congratulations!

As always, the prize is the reading experience. 

We hope you enjoyed it.

Twitter hashtag: #ccspin  #ccwhatimreading

Calendar alert: #ccspin 32 is scheduled for December 2022.

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30 thoughts on “Did You Finish Your Spin?

    1. I am not so fond of Sense and Sensibility either. My favourites are Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion and Northanger Abbey. S&S was ok, but I did not like Mansfield Park.

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  1. For once I did finish my book: Death Comes to the Archbishop by Willa Cather. I wanted to read it for quite some time, but it was not at all what I expected. It is beautifully written and you warm to the characters, and the description of nature. But, I found the story rather boring and not really holding anything together.

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    1. I read ‘Death Comes to the Archbishop’ by Willa Cather. Having looked forward to it for a long time, the story was not what I thought it was. I found it rather boring, but the writing good. A few persons have recommended My Antonia so I will see if I go on with that one.
      She had a lot of descriptions of nature in this one as well.

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        1. I will put My Antonia on the list. I got several recommendations of this one. If I like it I will continue with O Pioneers! You are right, she rights beautifully.

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    1. I read this ages ago, and mostly remember that the main guy was crazy and not so nice. Maybe I would look differently at it, if I read it today. I think I can agree with your review.

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