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Taylor Jago
post Nov 14 2016, 06:18 PM
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After the nominations stage, 25 books received nominations and went forward to the next round, and here they are:

Edwin A. Abbot - Flatland
Jane Austen - Emma
R. M. Ballantyne - The Coral Island
Anne Brontė - The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall
Charlotte Brontė - Jane Eyre
Emily Brontė - Wuthering Heights
Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle - The Hound Of The Baskervilles
Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens - Barnaby Rudge: A Tale Of The Riots of 80
Charles Dickens - Martin Chuzzelwit
Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist
Elizabeth Gaskell - Wives and Daughters
Thomas Hardy - A Laodicean
Thomas Hardy - Jude the Obscure
Thomas Hardy - Tess of the d'Urbervilles
Victor Hugo - The Last Day of a Condemned Man
Guy de Maupassant - A Woman's Life
Mary Shelly - Frankenstein
Robert Louis Stevenson - Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
Bram Stoker - Dracula
Mark Twain - Huckleberry Twinn
Jules Verne - Around The World In 80 Days
HG Wells - The Time Machine
HG Wells - War Of The Worlds
Johann David Wyss - Swiss Family Robinson

You will now list your 7 favourite out of that list as such:

+10: Favourite
+7: 2nd favourite
+5: 3rd favourite
+4: 4th favourite
+3: 5th favourite
+2: 6th favourite
+1: 7th favourite

Knowing that it may take some time for you to get acquainted with some of these, you have until January 14th, 2017 to vote.

Get voting!


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