The Classics Club

The Classics Club: The Moon Is Down by John Steinbeck

I've been John Steinbeck's fan since I was a teenager. In case you don't know him, he is an author of such books as Of Mice and Men or East of Eden and a Nobel Prize laureate from year 1962. This short novel The Moon Is Down has been waiting for me for a very… Continue reading The Classics Club: The Moon Is Down by John Steinbeck

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The Classics Club: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

My second book this year, and this time it's Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I started reading Little Women shortly before Christmas, to get into this cosy, pleasant Christmas vibe. I couldn't wait to start it as it's one of the books that's been on my very personal TBR list for so so long.… Continue reading The Classics Club: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

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The Classics Club: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

This is my second book from the Classics Club challenge, and this time it's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein! I decided to go for this one due to the spooky season vibes, and also because I haven't been reading a lot of Gothic literature (luckily or unluckily...?); Frankenstein seemed like an obvious choice then. Besides, I've heard… Continue reading The Classics Club: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

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I joined The Classics Club, and what it exactly means

As you all know, I do like classic books quite a lot. Even though I haven't read that many of them (I am still quite a beginner reader believe it or not!), I know I like them and enjoy reading them. When I first encountered The Classics Club blog, I was more than happy and… Continue reading I joined The Classics Club, and what it exactly means