The 1924 Club is here!

1924 Club

I hope you’re excited to kick off The 1924 Club fortnight! (For those who’ve missed it: we’re asking everyone to read books publishing in 1924, to get an overview of the year across the blogosphere.) This post is where I’ll be gathering reviews – so do pop your links in the comments whenever they’re ready. (Karen will doubtless have another round-up post, of course – I’m writing this late at night on Sunday, so not sure!) (She has! It’s here.)

Don’t forget, we’re also gathering up reviews that you’ve already got. To encourage the spirit of the thing, I’m putting reviews for this fortnight up top, and older reviews below. My first review should come tomorrow…

This fortnight so far…

Sherwood Anderson – A Story Teller’s Story
Intermittencies of the Mind

Michael Arlen – The Green Hat
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

Sir Henry Howarth Bashford – Augustus Carp Esq by himself
Anonymous (see full review in the comments below)

Nancy Boyd – Distressing Dialogues
Monica’s Bookish Life

John Buchan – The Three Hostages
I Prefer Reading
Desperate Reader

John Buchan – John Macnab
Pining for the West

Agatha Christie – Poirot Investigates
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings
Harriet Devine

Colette – The Other Woman
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

Arthur Conan Doyle – 3 stories from The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes
Books Please

Freeman Wills Crofts – Inspector French’s Greatest Case
Bag Full of Books

O. Douglas – Pink Sugar
Peggy Ann’s Post

Lord Dunsany – The King of Elfland’s Daughter
A Gallimaufry
Annabel’s House of Books

E.M. Forster – A Passage to India
Other Formats Are Available

R. Austin Freeman – ‘The Art of the Detective Story’
Past Offences

George Herriman – ‘Krazy Kat: Shed a Soft Mongolian Tear’
Intermittencies of the Mind

Winifred Holtby – The Crowded Street
Other Formats are Available
Book Musings (on Instagram)

Franz Kafka – The Hunger Artist
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

Margaret Kennedy – The Constant Nymph
Other Formats Are Available

Dezső Kosztolányi – Skylark
Rough Ghosts

H.P. Lovecraft – ‘The Rats in the Walls’
Intermittencies of the Mind

Denis Mackail
The Majestic Mystery

Katherine Mansfield – Something Childish and other stories
Simon at Vulpes Libris

F.M. Mayor – The Rector’s Daughter
Heavenali

A.A. Milne – When We Were Very Young
I Prefer Reading

George Moore – Conversations in Ebury Street
Stuck in a Book

Baroness Orczy – Pimpernel and Rosemary
I Prefer Reading

T.F. Powys – Mark Only
Stuck in a Book

C.C. Rogers – Cornish Silhouettes
Beyond Eden Rock

Vita Sackville-West – Seducers in Ecuador
Heavenali
Adventures in Reading, Writing, and Working From Home

Arnold Schnitzler – Fraulein Else
1streading

Edgar Wallace – The Face in the Night
A Hot Cup of Pleasure

Edith Wharton – New Years Day
Books as Food

Virginia Woolf – 1924 diary entry
Stuck in a Book

P.C. Wren – Beau Geste
She Reads Novels

Eugene Zamyatin – We
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings
Shoshi’s Book Blog

3 Soviet Short Stories
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

 

Older reviews

Michael Arlen – The Green Hat
Stuck in a Book
Clothes in Books

Ruby M Ayres – Ribbons and Laces
Clothes in Books

Karel Čapek – Letters from England
Stuck in a Book
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

Agatha Christie – The Man in the Brown Suit
BooksPlease
Clothes in Books

O. Douglas – Pink Sugar
Stuck in a Book
I Prefer Reading

F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Cruise of the Rolling Junk
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

Ford Madox Ford – Parade’s End vol.1 Some Do Not
Clothes in Books

E.M. Forster – A Passage to India
Heavenali

Ronald Fraser – The Flying Draper
Stuck in a Book

John Galsworthy – The White Monkey
Heavenali
Adventures in Reading, Writing, and Working from Home

David Garnett – A Man in the Zoo
Annabel’s House of Books
Stuck in a Book

Winifred Holtby – The Crowded Street
Heavenali
Adventures in Reading, Writing, and Working from Home

Margaret Kennedy – The Constant Nymph
Heavenali
She Reads Novels
Clothes in Books

Dezső Kosztolányi – Skylark
Stuck in a Book
The Captive Reader

F.M. Mayor – The Rector’s Daughter
Harriet Devine
Adventures in Reading, Writing, and Working from Home

Joseph Roth – Hotel Savoy
Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings

G.B. Stern – The Matriarch
Clothes in Books

P.C. Wren – Beau Geste
Clothes in Books

Eugene Zamyatin – We
Annabel’s House of Books

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