Reading Roulette results!

Well, my first Reading Roulette for 4 years has a winner!

Every book got a vote but the clear favourite was Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier.

However, a few days after my post, the lovely Ali announced the return of du Maurier Reading Week in May, so I’m going to hold off on Jamaica Inn for a week or two and instead go for the runner-up, which was The History of Love by Nicole Krauss.

Thanks to everyone who voted!

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  1. I’ve never read Jamaica Inn but I enjoyed reading DDM’s short stories last year for the reading week, so I’ll be interested to know how you find it. I really liked The History of Love, so I hope you do too 🙂

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  2. Yay, I am pleased the book I voted for won and that you will be reading as part of Ali’s Daphne du Maurier’s reading week. I am also taken part and hoping to read The Loving Spirit and maybe a re-read of Rebecca, too. Happy reading! 🙂

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