I'm nearly 8.5 hours through The Classics Club's first ever readathon. I've probably spent no more than 4 hours actually reading - the rest of my time has been devoted to yoga, showering, a spa visit, and doing dishes - and I'm still going strong. So far, I've read about 10 pages of A Feast for Crows and listened to about 30 minutes of my current audiobook Broken Harbor, neither of which is on my Classics Club list. I did just complete Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton though, so that's an accomplishment. It's nice and short - only 130 pages - so I was able to get through it easily. I'll review it on the blog at a later time; for now - it was okay. Not my favorite, by I was able to get through it easily and was moved, though conflicted in my feelings about Ethan.
Onwards! I think I'd like to stick with another short novel that I could conceivably finish today so I think I'll go with Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf. She's not always the easiest writer to get through, but it's only 176 pages, so that should balance out. It's been far too long since I've read anything by her. I think that should be remedied, don't you?