Oh Dear! Why didn't I find this Group Sooner?
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I have been toying with the idea of finally reading Dr. Zhivago as well - and I see that the group recently finished it as a group read.
I may not be too late for 2666 though, I read the first part on a cross-country flight and then put it aside to finish later. Where are people with this book?
And, what is up next?
We're currently polling for the next read: http://www.misterpoll.com/polls/477507 - you can vote for as many as you want, but only vote once. But hurry, it's due to close soon! (Although I don't think you'll be able to change the books to read, the two front runners have a healthy margin on the rest.)
Ok, I can get behind Elizabeth Gaskell; she is a blank in my reading life that needs to be filled so I am excited about this. When do we start?
I've read Cranford, which is a good start to Gaskell, and I've watched the TV version (BBC? A & E?) of North and South - though I need to read it. Also on my TBR pile is The Life of Charlotte Bronte. It was mentioned in another book I finished recently, The Brontes Went to Woolworth. Gaskell was a contemporary of Dickens, though I suppose not nearly as famous.