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7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 5 – Semi-finals!
Sound the trumpets. The trumpets that herald the sunset of our tournament. We have only two rounds to go. The finals are so close you can taste them. But first our bracket champions must square off, and make one of the other bracket champions taste the bitter dust of defeat at the 11th hour.
Remember, you can vote three ways:
- via a comment on this post listing the book you wish to vote for in each match-up
- by liking the book you want to vote for on Facebook (click on the Like button below the book’s cover)
- with an original tweet (retweets won’t count) that includes a link to this page and uses the hashtag provided below for the book(s) you are voting for
You can vote once per match-up per voting method (i.e., for this round you have 2 match-ups to vote for any or all of the three ways). The book with the most total votes moves on to the finals which will begin next week.
One last note to the authors: if your book doesn’t have a byline and you want to add one, email it to admin[at]bookspotcentral[dot]com. We reached out to as many of you as we could find a way to email, and want everyone included in the opportunity to share their book’s motto or message!
And now…to the lists!
Forgotten Realms VS Westeros (The Clash of Kings)
War, insurrection, romance, betrayal, and medieval banking come together in the second volume of The Dagger and the Coin
Malazan Empire VS Middle Earth (David and Goliath)
Voting will be open through Saturday!
My vote is for King of Thorns and The Blinding Knife, which were probably my two favorite books that I read last year. :)