Amateur Reader @ Wuthering Expectations - Suey @ Its All About Books - Ruth @ Booktalk and More - Amanda @ The Life and Times of a "New" New Yorker (she was a maybe - are you in Amanda?) - anyone I missed, or who still wants to join?
UPDATE: We've got more participants! Meghan @ Medieval Bookworm - Becky @ Becky's Book Reviews - mel u @ The Reading Life
I plan to read one chapter per day. With 27 chapters, that should allow me to finish the book just before the end of the month. You can read at whatever pace works for you though.
Update: I'm not sure why I thought this book had 27 chapters ... I must have been delusional that day! In point of fact there are a mere 16 chapters. I'm reading online at Gutenberg.org but according to Amazon.com the most common version of this book has only 266 pages.
My review will go up on 9/29 and will include links to all your reviews. Feel free to post your review any time this month, just be sure to send me the link when it goes up.
I'll do a check-in post around the middle of the month to see how everyone is coming along.
Despite a lengthy search I was unable to find any "official" discussion questions for this book. If you know of any please let me know. I did find a summary of the themes that sounded interesting though. Click here and scroll to the "Major Themes" section (there are spoilers in some of the other sections). If you like, you can include your thoughts on the themes in your review.
Since I have not yet read this book I don't know what to expect. If you have questions you'd like to pose to the group or topics you'd like to discuss please suggest them in the comments.