πŸ› The Classics Club | Spin Event #27 – The Result Is In… πŸŽ°

The Classics ClubLast Saturday, I was super pleased, if a little late to the party, to announce the exciting news of The Classic Club’s 27th Spin Event! : a fun event that helps us strike another book off our Classics Club lists. Then on Sunday the lucky Spin number was revealed:Which means I will be reading… A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs, an unexpected but good result for me, as this and my other Burrough’s choice, Tarzan of the Apes, have lain pretty forgotten on my list, so this will finally give me the impetus to get to one of them. However I am not sure I will manage to read it by the deadline of Sunday, 22nd August 2021, because I am already reading the beastie The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas currently and probably won’t be finishing it any time soon! When I do though this will be my next classic read.

The Classics Club

Now I’d love to hear from you: What do you think of my result? If you took part too, what was your result?

5 thoughts on “πŸ› The Classics Club | Spin Event #27 – The Result Is In… πŸŽ°

  1. I haven’t read that book or anything else by Edgar Rice Burroughs, so I’ll be interested to hear more about it and I hope you enjoy it! I don’t always manage to finish my book by the deadline, but I got a short one this time: I Will Repay by Baroness Orczy, a sequel to The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    1. Thank you, Helen – I haven’t read anything by Edgar Rice Burroughs either, but have been meaning to for so long, as it work sounds exactly my cup of tea! I hope you will enjoy your shorter read of I Will Repay by Baroness Orczy, the Scarlet Pimpernel books are ones I really need to check out, too! 😁

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