I'm not sure whether this counts as reading, but I'm currently listening to Cranford at LibriVox.
The reader is wonderful, and I'm enjoying listening to her immensely. I read Cranford last winter, in anticipation of the new BBC mini-series, and found it okay--not riveting but good. In fact, it sort of reminded me of Chronicles of Avonlea--bits of stories loosely hung together. However, I must say that after watching the mini-series, listening to Cranford is making me appreciate it all the more.
BTW, I am diligently working on recording "The Old Nurse's Story, by Gaskell, for LibriVox. If you have a hankering to hear my dulcet tones, I've recorded a few of the weekly poems and have a poem by Wm. Blake in the 18th century poetry forum awaiting review.
Here's the link to Tennyson's "The Miller's Daughter." My reading is Ch 9.
I'm having a ball learning to record, and I'm finding that reading, and rereading, and rereading a story in order to get it right for broadcast really helps you to understand and appreciate it.