Sunday, October 4, 2009

October Reviews


Post your October reads in the Mister Linky below using the following format:

Your name: Trish (Tess of the D'Urbervilles)
Your URL: http://trishsbooks.blogspot.com/2008/07/tess-of-durbervilles-thomas-hardy.html

If you've finished the challege and want to write a wrap-up post, you can also leave your link here. Put (Wrap-Up) after your name.

11 comments:

Kya said...

One more book to go. I'll be finishing with The House of the Seven Gables.

Sharone said...

I've read so many books I might never have read because of the Classics Challenge - I love it. :) I've read quite a few more than I initially signed up for, but I still have a few books to go on my official list...crossing my fingers!

gnoegnoe said...

Yay, finally I've posted my first review for the Classics challenge!

Tracey said...

I have just finished my 6th classic and am officially finished! This has been such a wonderful challenge. Thanks so much Trish.0:)

Terra said...

So I finally posted my first review for the Classics Challenge and I started with... my bonus book??? Memoirs of a Geisha was the book I picked to read as "future classic". Now, on to the next book if I want to get my reviews up in time! O_O

Tricia said...

Thanks for the challenge Trish. It really got me to read some books I've been meaning to get to for a long time!

Kya said...

I'm officially done, 1 day late but hopefully that will be forgiven.

Shona said...

Completed the challenge.Yeah !! Thanks Trish for hosting this challenge. I had finished reading earlier but hadn't done the reviews. I am all done today:)

Hector Macdonald said...

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gnoegnoe said...

EEKS! Sorry: I posted the WRONG link at #47! Going to my review of part 2 instead of part 1 of I Am a Cat. I hope it can be fixed...

Meg said...

Hi, I'm totally up for this and very excited! I'm currently making my way through Nicholas Nickleby, since I haven't read Dickens in a few years. I forgot how funny he is! I love classic works and rereading them always brings back great memories or creates new ones. I know I'll be the feaster since I read so darn much. :) Oh, and kudos to Kya for getting through Hawthorne. He's a fave, but I can only read two pages at a sitting since he's so dense! Thanks, Nate. ;)