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message 1: by Christine (new)

Christine | 1217 comments July 2015 New School group read nominations are now open! Please review the requirements below for book eligibility.

1.) Books that have already been featured as group reads are not eligible for nomination.
BOOKSHELF: https://www.goodreads.com/group/books...

2.) Eligible publication dates for books are 1900-1999.

3.) Only one nomination and one second per member.

4.) Nominations will remain open until the 14th of the month. Polls will open on the 16th and run until the last day of the month.


message 2: by Sarah (last edited May 01, 2015 11:10AM) (new)

Sarah I'd like to nominate Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco first published in 1988.


message 3: by Nathan (new)

Nathan | 421 comments I second Foucault's Pendulum.


message 4: by Janet (new)

Janet (goodreadscomjanetj) | 852 comments I nominate The Moviegoer by Walker Percy.


message 5: by Pink (new)

Pink | 6554 comments I'd like to nominate The Clergyman's Daughter by George Orwell


message 6: by Nathan (new)

Nathan | 421 comments I nominate The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck.


message 7: by Julie (new)

Julie | 644 comments Nathan wrote: "I nominate The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck."

I 2nd that :-)


message 8: by Jalilah (new)

Jalilah If it has not already been a group read here, I'd like to nominate Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston


message 9: by Nathan (new)

Nathan | 421 comments Their Eyes Were Watching God is such a beautiful novel. I've read it three times and would gladly read it again if it wins.


message 10: by Philina (new)

Philina | 1562 comments I think I'll go with Midnight's Children again. Would be great for the Classic of Asia...


message 11: by Elsbeth (new)

Elsbeth (elsbethgm) Jalilah wrote: "If it has not already been a group read here, I'd like to nominate Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston"

I'll second this!


message 12: by Alissa (new)


message 13: by Tom (new)

Tom | 44 comments I don't think I seconded but if I did please disregard. I second Mildred Pierce


message 14: by Jaimee (new)

Jaimee | 45 comments I'd like to nominate The Princess Bride.


message 15: by Michelle (new)

Michelle (michellevoorhees) | 111 comments I'll second Princess Bride. Would love to read that :)


message 16: by Aritri (new)

Aritri | 19 comments I nominate Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin

www.goodreads.com/book/show/631513.Re...


message 17: by Christine (new)

Christine | 1217 comments Just a reminder that nominations will be closing on the 14th. Here is our list of nominations so far:

Sarah - Foucault's Pendulum Seconds: Nathan
Janet - The Moviegoer
Pink - A Clergyman's Daughter
Nathan - The Good Earth Seconds: Julie
Jalilah - Their Eyes Were Watching God Seconds: Elsbeth
Phil - Midnight's Children
Alissa - Mildred Pierce Seconds: Tom
Jaime - The Princess Bride Seconds: Michelle
Aritri - Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm


message 18: by Candace (new)

Candace (cprimackqcom) | 62 comments Christine wrote: "Just a reminder that nominations will be closing on the 14th. Here is our list of nominations so far:

Sarah - Foucault's Pendulum Seconds: Nathan
Janet - The Moviegoer
P..."


Second Midnight's Children


message 19: by Duane (new)

Duane (tduaneparkeryahoocom) | 296 comments I nominate I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith
Puublished 1948----343 pages


message 20: by IB (new)

IB (hqmmx) | 75 comments I second The Princess Bride


message 21: by Christine (new)

Christine | 1217 comments Nominations are closed. The poll will open for votes on the 16th.

Poll: https://www.goodreads.com/poll/show/1...


message 22: by Christine (new)

Christine | 1217 comments Our winner is The Princess Bride.


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