March 21, 2008

Novella Challenge Picks

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I finally decided on my picks for the Novella Challenge. If you don't remember, the rules are read 6 novellas (100-250 pgs) between April and September 2008.

  1. Lesley Castle: Jane Austen
  2. Stardust: Neil Gaiman
  3. Fahrenheit 451: Ray Bradbury
  4. Breakfast at Tiffany's: Truman Capote
  5. The Lifted Veil: George Eliot
  6. Summer: Edith Wharton
I've been looking forward to reading these for awhile and now I have the perfect reason to take them off the TBR list.

6 comments :

  1. I loved Edith Wharton's Summer. Enjoy!

    (Note: My copy is actually 290 pages long, which seems more like a full-length novel, but maybe the print is larger.)

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  2. I got halfway through Farenheit 451 and just......stopped. Got to finish it one of these days.

    Nice list for your challenge! I'll be looking forward to your reviews of them.

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  3. I was so tempted to join this one but I think I'm on challenge overload. You've got some got some books on there that I've been meaning to read so will look forward to your reviews!

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  4. Summer was really good -- Edith Wharton really kicks literary butt. I should read more of her this year.

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  5. Rob- Summer seems to pop up in her novella collections. My library copy is 216 pages. Glad you liked it. We seem to have similar tastes so hopefully I will too.

    Carrie- I'm reading it Fahrenheit 451 will a group so I should get through it.

    Iliana- Yeah, I need another challenge like a hole in the head but I couldn't help myself.

    Bybee- I really enjoyed House of Mirth. Glad you liked Summer.

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  6. Great list! I really enjoyed Fahrenheit 451 (and perhaps saw something about a movie with Tom Hanks?? Although that pesky writer's strike may have changed that).

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