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message 1: by Bob, Short Story Classics (new)

Bob | 4876 comments Mod
Nominations are open for our March 2018 reread. Only books currently on our group bookshelf are eligible.

BOOKSHELF: https://www.goodreads.com/group/books...

Below is a list of the past years reread winners.

The Catcher in the Rye, February 2018
Doctor Zhivago, January 2018
A Christmas Carol, December 2017
Madame Bovary, November 2017
Fahrenheit 451, October 2017
Slaughterhouse-Five, September 2017
The Grapes of Wrath, August 2017
Wuthering Heights, July 2017
Brave New World, June 2017
Lolita, May 2017
Emma, April 2017
The Scarlet Letter, March 2017

Nomination Requirements-
1. Only one nomination or one second per member. Only books that are seconded will move forward to poll.

Time Since Last Read
2. A book is only eligible for rereading if it has not been a group read in the last 12 months (1 year). A book read by the group in any of our reading categories in the past year is not eligible for nomination.

3. When making a nomination, please use "add book/author" link to help others view the book selected.

Nominations will run from today thru the 14th. Polls will open on the 16th and will run till the end of the month


message 2: by Bob, Short Story Classics (last edited Dec 29, 2017 02:35PM) (new)

Bob | 4876 comments Mod
I have no plans to be anywhere near a computer on the 1st except to unlock this thread. Happy New Year!


message 3: by Jehona (last edited Jan 01, 2018 11:19PM) (new)


message 4: by Renee (new)

Renee | 864 comments I'd like to nominate A Tale of Two Cities.


message 5: by Ed (new)

Ed Ross | 9 comments I nominate 1984.


message 6: by Bat-Cat (new)

Bat-Cat | 1300 comments Renee wrote: "I'd like to nominate A Tale of Two Cities."

I second A Tale of Two Cities. :-)


message 7: by Nix (new)

Nix | 112 comments Because I got a pretty new edition for Christmas, I nominate The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.


message 8: by Brina (new)

Brina I'll nominate Remains of the Day


message 9: by Pink (new)

Pink | 6556 comments It didn't do very well in the last poll, but I'd like to try again for Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray, published 1847, 867 pages.


message 10: by Hailee (new)

Hailee | 365 comments Since it came 2nd in the February poll I'd like to nominate Persuasion again.


message 11: by Loretta (new)

Loretta | 2668 comments I nominate King Lear by William Shakespeare published in 1603, 316 pages and last read in 2012.


message 12: by Tina (new)

Tina | 104 comments Nix wrote: "Because I got a pretty new edition for Christmas, I nominate The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde."

I second this one.


message 13: by Renee (new)

Renee | 864 comments Bat-Cat wrote: "Renee wrote: "I'd like to nominate A Tale of Two Cities."

I second A Tale of Two Cities. :-)"


Thanks Bat-Cat! I meant to read it last year, but never got around to it and would love to read it with the group!


message 14: by Piyangie (new)

Piyangie | 411 comments Brina wrote: "I'll nominate Remains of the Day"

I'll second this.


message 16: by Karen (new)

Karen | 69 comments Hailee wrote: "Since it came 2nd in the February poll I'd like to nominate Persuasion again."

I second this.


message 17: by Hailee (new)

Hailee | 365 comments Karen wrote: "Hailee wrote: "Since it came 2nd in the February poll I'd like to nominate Persuasion again."

I second this."


Thanks Karen


message 18: by Brina (new)

Brina Thank you, Piyangie :-). Also I like a lot of these nominations so far ;)


message 20: by Ann (new)

Ann (sasrdl81) | 33 comments I nominate In Cold Blood by Truman Capote.


message 21: by Sue (new)

Sue K H (sky_bluez) | 3101 comments Loretta wrote: "I nominate King Lear by William Shakespeare published in 1603, 316 pages and last read in 2012."

I'll second King Lear.


message 22: by Christine (new)

Christine | 1218 comments Pink wrote: "It didn't do very well in the last poll, but I'd like to try again for Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray, published 1847, 867 pages."

I'll second this.


message 23: by Aprilleigh (new)

Aprilleigh (aprilleighlauer) | 549 comments Aubrey wrote: "I nominate We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson."

I'll second this!


message 24: by MJ (new)

MJ | 180 comments Ann wrote: "I nominate In Cold Blood by Truman Capote."

I second In Cold Blood by Capote!


message 25: by Aubrey (new)

Aubrey (korrick) | 2471 comments Aprilleigh wrote: "Aubrey wrote: "I nominate We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson."

I'll second this!"


Thanks, Aprilleigh :)


message 26: by Jane (new)

Jane Here I go again, I second Remains of the Day.


message 27: by Loretta (new)

Loretta | 2668 comments Sue wrote: "Loretta wrote: "I nominate King Lear by William Shakespeare published in 1603, 316 pages and last read in 2012."

I'll second King Lear."


Thank you Sue!! 🤗


message 28: by Nathalie (new)

Nathalie | 325 comments I nominate Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell.


message 30: by Angie (new)

Angie | 572 comments I'll nominate The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. It was last read by the group in 2013.


message 31: by Kathleen (new)

Kathleen | 3716 comments I'll second Great Expectations.


message 32: by Janet (new)

Janet (goodreadscomjanetj) | 852 comments Kathleen wrote: "I'll second Great Expectations."

Thank you Kathleen.


message 33: by maja (new)

maja | 41 comments My nomination is Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.


message 34: by Nix (new)

Nix | 112 comments Tina wrote: "Nix wrote: "Because I got a pretty new edition for Christmas, I nominate The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde."

I second this one."


Thank you, Tina!


message 35: by [deleted user] (new)

I'd like to nominate The Iliad by Homer.


message 36: by Pink (new)

Pink | 6556 comments Christine wrote: "Pink wrote: "It didn't do very well in the last poll, but I'd like to try again for Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray, published 1847, 867 pages."

I'll second this."


Thanks Christine. We have a lot of good choices so far!


message 37: by J_BlueFlower (new)

J_BlueFlower (j_from_denmark) | 1470 comments Piyangie wrote: "Brina wrote: "I'll nominate Remains of the Day"

I'll second this."


I would like to third it.


message 38: by Leni (new)

Leni Iversen (leniverse) | 1200 comments Nathalie wrote: "I nominate Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell."

I'll second this.


message 39: by Paula W (new)

Paula W | 554 comments Angie wrote: "I'll nominate The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. It was last read by the group in 2013."

I'll second this. It has been a long time since I read it. :)


message 40: by Gabrielle (new)

Gabrielle Dubois (gabrielle-dubois) | 126 comments Pink wrote: "It didn't do very well in the last poll, but I'd like to try again for Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray, published 1847, 867 pages."

I second Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray


message 41: by Izunia (new)

Izunia | 32 comments I'll second Crime and Punishment


message 42: by Angie (new)

Angie | 572 comments Paula W wrote: "Angie wrote: "I'll nominate The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. It was last read by the group in 2013."

I'll second this. It has been a long time since I read ..."


Thanks, Paula!


message 43: by Jen (new)

Jen (skipp) | 103 comments Ed wrote: "I nominate 1984."

I second 1984, one of my favorites


message 44: by Michele (new)

Michele | 1008 comments I'll second The Remains of the Day.


message 45: by Petrichor (new)

Petrichor | 300 comments Pam wrote: "I'd like to nominate The Iliad by Homer."
I second!
I know a lot of the story, but have wanted to read the whole thing for a while already and never did.


message 46: by Jehona (new)

Jehona | 182 comments Izunia wrote: "I'll second Crime and Punishment"

Thanks!


message 47: by Nathalie (new)

Nathalie | 325 comments Leni wrote: "Nathalie wrote: "I nominate Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell."

I'll second this."


Thank you, Leni!


message 48: by Mercedee (last edited Jan 07, 2018 02:03PM) (new)

Mercedee Hutton (mercedeeh) | 26 comments I'd like to nominate All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque.


message 49: by Terris (new)

Terris | 2391 comments Mercedee wrote: "I'd like to nominate All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque."

I'll second All Quiet on the Western Front! Everyone needs to read this one!!


message 50: by Petrichor (new)

Petrichor | 300 comments Terris wrote: "Everyone needs to read this one!!"

Agreed!


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