πŸ› The Classics Club | Spin Event #28 – The Result Is In… πŸŽ°

The Classics ClubJust this past Thursday, I was excited to announce the news of The Classic Club’s 28th Spin Event: a fun event that helps us strike another book off our Classics Club lists. Then earlier today the lucky Spin number was revealed:

Which means I will be reading… A Passage to India by E. M. Forster. This is not a particularly short work or suitable for the R.I.P reading event that I had hoped for; however I adored Forster’s Howards End and also thoroughly enjoyed A Room with a View too, so this is still a good result for me.

I am not currently reading any classics, after finally finishing the weighty The Count of Monte Cristo, therefore I hope I will be starting this real soon; and as we have almost two months till the finish deadline, Sunday, 12th December 2021, I think I should be able to read and review it in good time.

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What do you think of my result? If you took part too, what was your result? Let me know in the comments!

19 thoughts on “πŸ› The Classics Club | Spin Event #28 – The Result Is In… πŸŽ°

  1. I’m like you, I’ve read Howard’s End and also A Room with a View, but not this. There was a TV series based on this, I believe, and I did see that. Enjoy!

  2. I read it a few decade ago in higher studies, I think I remember loving some passages. Enjoy! I got Ngaio Marsh’s first novel, A Man Lay Dead, so I am super happy. Post live on Monday

  3. I’m happy that you ended up with a good choice. I’ve not read any E.M. Forster, so I look forward to your review.

  4. Great result even if you were hoping for another one – I loved A Passage to India when I read it long ago, and I think it’s the kind of thing you’ll enjoy too. Fingers crossed! πŸ˜€

  5. I’m glad you’re happy with your result, even if it wasn’t one you were particularly hoping for. I also enjoyed A Room with a View and Howards End, so I’ll be interested to hear what you think of this book.

  6. I hope you enjoy your read! I have so many classic books that I hope one day I’ll get to them, but it always looks like a scary endeavor for some reason. Happy reading!!

    1. Thank you, Ruby Jo and I hope you will, one day soon, be able to read those classics you want to. Best start with the shorter ones or children’s ones if you have them, and work your way up to those more intimidating ones. 😊

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