My Arm Was Twisted: “Bleak House” Readalong

Oh, I thought I’d given up reading challenges, et al. But I’ve wanted to read Bleak House for a long time, and Patricia from O Canada Y’all linked to a readalong at The Unputdownables. Not sure this is smart, but I’m going to do it anyway. Story of my life.

5 Responses to “My Arm Was Twisted: “Bleak House” Readalong”

  1. Patricia Says:

    I’m a little worried because there seemed to be a lot of “rules” for the Bleak House read-a-long and I am not very good with rules. But it has been on my list for a while and I don’t think i will ever get through it otherwise. Free on Kindle if you have one.

  2. thalia Says:

    Frankly it’s the only real way to read bleack house. It doesn’t half go on, and you need to decide which story is really grabbing you - but it’s worth it.

  3. girldetective Says:

    Rules, schmules. I figure I’ll take their reading schedule and see if it works for me. We have an ancient copy, and I have a nook, so don’t know if I’d be able to get it free, there, but I might just buy the B & N version–I prefer Oxford World editions, but for a read along, the B & Ns are cheap and plentiful.

  4. Kate Says:

    Wait till you get to the part about the Courts of Equity (and then remember I’ve spend years studying equity! And then be sad for me!) ;)

  5. The Hoff Says:

    Jake recently finished Bleak House–find him on Goodreads for his hilarious review.