Classics Spin #9 Lucky Spin Number

Today is the day!

The Classics Club announced the lucky Spin number and it’s…

2!

On my Spin list, that’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe.

I think I’d actually have been more excited for #1 (Moby-Dick) or #3 (The House of Mirth), but it will be nice to cross this one off my list. And based on the reviews I’ve read, it might be better than I expect. One of the many benefits of low expectations is that I’m frequently pleasantly surprised.

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  9. Cleo @ Classical Carousel · April 6, 2015

    I’d like The House of Mirth more than Uncle Tom’s Cabin, but as you said, at least it’s made you focus on a book you might not have naturally, which is what the spin is about (thank heaven for it!). I hope you have a great reading experience and inspire those of us with similar feelings of trepidation to read it too! 🙂

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    • Charity · April 6, 2015

      That certainly is something to like about the spin, that it keeps me from leaving until the end all of the books about which I’m feeling reticent!

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  10. debmcd · April 6, 2015

    Haven’t read this book since college, but I remember it being powerful and the characters so well-developed. I really, really loved it and it’s on my list to re-read with my son when he gets older. I think you’ll enjoy it.

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