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2019 Category Challenge

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Edited: Aug 14, 5:06pm Top

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Welcome to the September Challenge! This month is all about series, whether you're interested in duologies (e.g. Daemon and Freedom (TM) by Daniel Suarez) or trilogies (e.g. Lord of the Rings (by J. R. R. Tolkien); completed series (e.g. Dune (by Frank Herbert) or ongoing (e.g. Song of Fire and Ice by G. R. R. Martin); print, audio or comic book... It's all good here!

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Aug 14, 8:04pm Top

I hve four options here, but I think I will probably choose either Neil Gaiman's Preludes & Nocturnes in his Sandman series or Caitlin Ross and the Commute from Hell by Brian Olsen

Aug 15, 11:14am Top

I'm planning on Jasper Fforde's The Woman Who Died a Lot, the seventh (and final?) book in the Thursday Next series. I bought it when it came out in 2012 and still haven't gotten to it yet!

Aug 15, 10:24pm Top

I am planning on reading Fledgling by Sharon Lee from the Liaden Universe series and Lord of the Dark Wood by Lian Hearn from the Tales of Shikanoko series.

Aug 15, 10:34pm Top

I am tentatively planning to read the second of Jack Vance's Nopalgarth series, The Houses of Iszm. And if time permits perhaps the second in the Vorkosigan series, The Warrior's Apprentice.

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