The Classics Club: Spin #6

The Classics Club #1

The sixth Classics Club Spin has arrived. The last spin went well for me my result was Around the World in Eighty Day by Jules Verne which I finished comfortably in time and really enjoyed. Here’s hoping this spin goes just as well this time with a random selection from this list:

My Spin List:

  1. Robinson Crusoe
  2. The Pickwick Papers
  3. Villette
  4. This Side of Paradise
  5. Tender is the Night
  6. A Tale of Two Cities
  7. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
  8. The Time Machine
  9. The Tenant of Wildfel Hall
  10. The Secret Garden
  11. The Three Musketeers
  12. Count of Monte Cristo
  13. Shirley
  14. The Sign of the Four
  15. Kidnapped
  16. Journey to the Center of the Earth
  17. War of the Worlds
  18. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
  19. Little Dorrit
  20. David Copperfield

I simply made this list by searching my to-be-read shelf and folder on my kindle and listing the classics as I spotted them. These are all classics off my list I already own a copy of which should help get my mounting to-be-read down. Most of this list is the same from the last spin with just a few additions to replace those I have read since.

I am as always rather nervous and excited about which book I will end up reading! Wish me luck! I will post an update with my result when the spin number is announced on Monday 12th May 2014.

Are you taking part in the spin?


20 thoughts on “The Classics Club: Spin #6

  1. Great list! You have a few of my favourites. I love Wells and Brontë. I’ve been wanting to read Jules Verne, but he didn’t make it onto my list this time around. Good luck.

    1. Hello Loni, thank you for stopping by and commenting. It is always nice to hear from a new face 🙂 I have only read one Bronte novel off my list and none of Wells’ would be interesting if one of these is chosen for me.

  2. Your list includes a nice set of classic adventure novels like Robinson Crusoe and the Three Musketeers, though I confess I haven’t read them myself. The Secret Garden is a lovely book though I haven’t read it since I was young. Good luck!

    1. Thank you Christy. I would be very pleased if I got The Secret Garden I have very fond memories of the film from my childhood so I would love to read the book 🙂

    1. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. It is always lovely to hear from a new face. I am looking forward to hearing the result on Monday would be interesting to see if we get the same choice as our lists are similar 🙂

  3. Good luck – that’s a great list! I’ve read a few of them and my favourites are The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, A Tale of Two Cities and the two Dumas books.

  4. Hope you get a good one. Not sure which one of these is my favourite, such a lot of good ones. Don’t think you can go wrong with Sherlock Holmes, The Time Machine is excellent and I really like the Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo. You’re bound to get a good one because there’s plenty of great choices here.
    I need to do a list – but I’ve been so bad recently with my spin choices – only completed 1!!!!
    Lynn 😀

    1. Thank you Lynn. I am looking forward to hearing the result on Monday I would be happy to get either Sherlock Holmes or one of the Dumas novel. If you make a list I hope you do better with your choice this time 🙂

    1. Thank you Amanda for stopping by and commenting. It is always nice to hear from a new face. I am looking forward to hearing the result on Monday although may be not so much now if I get Robinson Crusoe 😛

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