The Classics Club readathon is here! Even though it doesn't techincally start until 1pm GMT, I have decided to just read on the day, January 5th, rather than trying to follow American times. I was all set to read Bonjour Tristesse, but then last night I was struck with an urge to read something 1930s and miserable.
Enter Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald! I read about fifty pages or so last night and so far I am enjoying it and already feel more of a connection to it than I did to The Great Gatsby. The characters are all very rich, but aimless, bored and miserable. Perfect for January.
I'm probably going to concentrate just on this book today, but if I need a break from it I might still pick up Bonjour Tristesse. I'm also hoping to spend some time commenting on blogs and being social, as this is my first readathon.
Happy reading everyone!
Edited to add the classics club questionnaire: