Classics Club Spin Nov 2020 #ccspin #MyCCSPINList

Time for another Spin! – I love these so much. It’s one of the reasons I joined the Classics Club in the first place.

Click the image above to go to the announcement post.

“Before Sunday 22nd November 2020, create a post that lists twenty books  that remain “to be read” on your Classics Club list.”

This is my Spin List:

1 The Postman Always Rings Twice – JM Cain
2 Twelve Years a Slave – Solomon Northup
3 Confederacy of Dunces – JKToole
4 the Counterfeiters – A. Gide
5 Eileen Chang’s Love in a Fallen City
6 A Few Green Leaves – B. Pym
7 Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep – PK Dick
8 Under the Greenwood Tree – Hardy
9 The Big Sleep – Raymond Chandler
10 At the Mountains of Madness – Lovecraft
11 The Three Musketeers – Alex Dumas
12 Giovanni’s Room – James Baldwin
13 Gravity’s Rainbow – Thomas Pynchon
14 Steppenwolf – Hesse
15 Death Comes for the Archbishop – W.Cather
16 Rabbit, Run – Updike
17 All Passion Spent – Vita Sackville West
18 The Way We Live Now – Trollope
19 The King Must Die – Mary Renault
20 Jude the Obscure – Hardy

Here’s hoping all of these are immediately available at the library and that the spin  number result is a few-page-count title!  Please.  GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!


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10 thoughts on “Classics Club Spin Nov 2020 #ccspin #MyCCSPINList

  1. My sister read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and thoroughly enjoyed it. You’ve got a good list, a lot of interesting books, some of which I’ve never heard of. I hope the spin gives you an intriguing and good read!

  2. Care, Read A Confederacy of Dunces earlier this year for a lit course (just before lockdown, yeah!).. Loved, loved, loved the book. Hilarious. If you don’t have it, let me know. Will send (am trying to relieve myself of stuff — books are the hardest!). Good luck with your list. I may make up one for myself, although I recently ran through (almost literally, as I love them/his writing), E.S. Gardner’s (under A.A. Fair) mysteries with Donald Lam and Bertha Cool. Well, almost. I’ve two left to re-read, and I’m saving them for winter (tee hee). They really helped me when I started dragging in late summer after months of heat, little outside activity and even less human contact. (I knew, I was’nt alone, but I still got grumpy!)

    1. How generous! I love book swapping. I would be glad to accept your Confederacy of Dunces and I would be very happy to send you a book of anything on my shelf that I’ve read that you need. Granted, I don’t know how much of a choice that offers…


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