WHILE LINK surfing recently I came across and opened an account at goodreads.com.
I tend to read nineteenth century fiction so joined a reading group dedicated to the Victorian period.
They're just coming to the end of Wilkie Collins' hilarious romp 'The Moonstone', which I read around a decade ago. It would mean speed-reading it again if I want to contrbute to any of the discussions, my memory not being that good on incidental details after all this time. Likewise Collins' 'The Woman in White', and Bram Stoker's 'Draculla', both of which I have read and enjoyed immensely.
It would've been interesting to have re-read them as a shared experience.