Persephone Readathon #2 Open Post: Day 10

It’s almost time to bid farewell to this round of the readathon. I hope you’re all having a lovely weekend and are enjoying your Persephone reads!

You can still enter Karen’s giveaway for a chance to win a copy of Cheerful Weather for the Wedding over at Books and Chocolate.

Here’s where you can share what you’re up to on day ten of the Persephone Readathon #2. (See Open Post: Day 1, Open Post: Days 2-3Open Post: Days 4-5, Open Post: Days 6-7, Open Post: Days 8-9)

Don’t forget to share your readathon experience and follow along with #PersephoneReadathon.

As always, more details about the readathon can be found on my Persephone Readathon Page

Discussion Question #6

Which Persephone title would you like to see become the next Persephone Classic?


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  1. Jessie, I’ve totally failed! I read 4 Persephones but had no time to blog about them. Can I do some belated posts next week? I’ve really enjoyed reading the posts of bloggers better organised than I am 🙂 It’s been a great readathon!

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    1. I’d call reading four Persephones a huge success!! Definitely feel free to come back and link to any of your reviews in the future. I haven’t even posted my own yet! So glad you enjoyed the readathon!

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  2. I can’t believe Miss Buncle’s Book isn’t already a Persephone Classic?!? My non-fiction choice would be A Writer’s Diary by Virginia Woolf


  3. Next Persephone Classic: my first thought was Miss Buncle’s Book, but it’s been republished in the US by Sourcebooks, and is readily available. If we’re looking for a book that needs more attention, my first choice would be Greenery Street by Denis Mackail, it’s really delightful. I also loved Family Roundabout by Richmal Crompton and The Village by Marghanita Laski. It is tough to choose!

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    1. I also think Miss Buncle’s Book would fit right in as a Persephone Classic, but like you say, it’s already available in the Sourcebooks edition. Of your other three choices, I’ve only read The Village, but I’d love to see any of them as the next Classic.


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