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#CCSpin #19

Have you heard? It’s spin list time baby! Woot! I preformed horribly last time and didn’t finish my book. It got slightly boring…and it didn’t really seem to be moving forward in the storyline. I do still want to finish it though…eventually. This Spin is a bit different. Not only is it themed for “Chunksters” but we also have all the way into January to finish! YES! Maybe this will make the difference for me!

If you haven’t participated before, it’s very easy. Just pick 20 books from your classics list and tune in next week to see which number is drawn…then you have to read that book! ๐Ÿ˜€ Also, if you haven’t joined the classics club, give it some thought. It’s great fun. Please feel free to add any questions about the club or event in the comments below. Also, you can read more about joining here.

My Spin List
# Author Title Pages Year Translated
1 Charles Darwin The Origin of Species 703 1859 No
2 Hendrik Willem Van Loon The Story of Mankind 280 1921 No
3 Leo Tolstoy Anna Karenina 964 1878 Russian
4 Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice 279 1813 No
5 Fyodor Dostoyevsky Crime and Punishment 671 1866 Russian
6 Antoine de Saint-Exupery The Little Prince 93 1943 French
7 Louisa May Alcott Little Women 449 1868 No
8 Lucretius On the Nature of Things 664 55 BC Roman
9 Margaret Mitchell Gone With the Wind 1037 1936 No
10 Hermann Hesse Siddhartha 152 1922 German
11 Ayn Rand Atlas Shrugged 1168 1957 No
12 Dante Alighieri The Divine Comedy 798 1304 Italian
13 Murasaki Shikibu The Tale of Genji 1182 1008 Japanese
14 Daphane Du Maurier Rebecca 449 1938 No
15 Frank Herbert Dune 604 1965 No
16 Carlos Ruiz Zafon The Shadow of the Wind 487 2001 Spanish
17 H. G. Wells The Invisible Man 192 1897 No
18 Jonathan Swift Gulliver’s Travels 306 1726 No
19 Ovid Metamorphoses 723 8 AD Greek
20 Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy In America 992 1840 French

Which books are on your spin list & which # are you hoping for?

I'm an avid reader and love most all books, but my favorite genres tend to be mystery, adventure, science fiction and classics. Genres I tend to shy away from include romance, contemporary fiction and chick lit. If Iโ€™m not actually reading books, Iโ€™m probably at work shelving them at my local library.

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