As we near the end of The Night Circus, we're looking forward to our next HuffPost Book Club reading selection. We've done a handful of new books, both fiction and biography, and now we'd like to take a spin back in time. That's right, we're looking at classics.
All four of your Huffington Post Books editors have picked a favorite classic they want to read again with the Book Club community. Hear our pleas below then take our poll and leave a comment letting us know which book you'd like to read. Voting will close on Wednesday, July 4.
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HuffPost Books Editor Andrew Losowsky wants to read Graham Greene's 'Brighton Rock' this summer.
Associate Books Editor Zoe Triska wants you to vote for Ernest Hemingway's 'The Sun Also Rises.'
HuffPost Books Community Editor Annemarie Dooling is ready to read Mark Twain's 'The Innocents Abroad.'
Assistant Books Editor Maddie Crum is voting for Aldous Huxley's 'After Many a Summer Dies the Swan.'
To find out more about our choices, read-up on Graham Greene's Brighton Rock here, Mark Twain's The Innocents Abroad here, The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway here and Aldous Huxley's After Many a Summer Dies the Swan here. Tell us what you think about these books and follow along to see who wins! -- Annemarie, Andrew, Zoe and Madeleine