Friday, January 8, 2016

Challenge Link-Up Post: Classic With a Place Name in the Title


Please link your reviews for your Classic with a Place Name in the Title here.  This is only for the Classic with a Place Name in the Title category.  It can be a country, a city, a street, or a building, but it must include the proper name of a place. 

If you do not have a blog, or somewhere public on the internet where you post book reviews, please write your mini-review/thoughts in the comments section.  If you like, you can include the name of your blog and/or the title of the book in your link, like this: "Karen K. @ Books and Chocolate (The Belly of Paris). "


20 comments:

  1. Just added my first book for the year. Good to have a few days holiday to kick start my reading.

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  2. Just finished Castle Rackrent. An excellent novel from the very late 18th century, quite modern with not one but two unreliable narrators and a text which includes commentary on itself.

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  3. Just posted my review of The Small House at Allington. I just loved it!

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    1. I love Trollope! I'm reading Phineas Redux right now and I just love it!

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    2. Can you check your link? It keeps sending me back to my home page!

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    3. Hi Karen,

      I have re-linked the review. Can you delete my first entry? Thanks!

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  4. I just linked my review for Cold Comfort Farm. Hilarious!

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  5. I forgot to comment. Some weeks ago I left a link for Paradise Lost. That title did not convinced me fully about fitting this category.
    So, after resisting Middlemarch for quite some time, I finally relented. I've loved every single minute of this novel I listened to in a wonderful audio.

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  6. I read Helen MacInnes's Assignment in Brittany. I had never heard of the author and was surprised to find out how popular she used to be. I'm planning to read some more of her books.

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  7. I linked my 2nd entry to my review for A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.

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  8. I just added my link for Middlemarch.

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  9. Just posted my review of Framley Parsonage. Another Trollope novel and another delight! Can I just say I love Trollope!

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  10. I read Anne of Green Gables and love it!

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  11. Karen - I screwed up. I posted the wrong post to this page. :(

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    1. Don't worry about it. Can you repost it, and I'll delete the wrong one?

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  12. I finally read a Jane Austen book and enjoyed it!!!

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  13. My twelfth books finished! What a great journey it has been!

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