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5th Annual Book Tournament – Round 1 – Malazan Empire Bracket
Welcome to Round 1, part 3 of BSCreview’s 5th Annual Book Tournament! Today we are looking at the Malazan Empire Bracket. If you haven’t done so yet, make sure you go vote for the two brackets also currently in competetion, Middle Earth and The Forgotten Realms.
Back? Here’s the Malazan Empire Bracket in full:
1. A Conspiracy of Kings by Megan Whalen Turner vs. 16. Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor
2. Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews vs. 15. The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
3. Black Prism by Brent Weeks vs. 14. Stone Wielder by Ian Cameron Esslemont
4. Changeless by Gail Carriger vs. 13. Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi
5. Corvus by Paul Kearney vs. 12. Salute the Dark by Adrian Tchaikovsky
6. Echo by Jack McDevitt vs. 11. Passion Play by Beth Bernobich
7. Geist by Philippa Ballantine vs. 10. The Midnight Mayor, or, the Inauguration of Matthew Swift by Kate Griffin
8. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin vs. 9. Kill the Dead by Richard Kadrey
As with the other brackets, I want to note that seeding is not reflective of the books’ strength. Voting for this round will remain open until Sunday morning of March 27, as this bracket will begin Round 2 on Monday, March 28. In that round the following matches will occur:
- Winner of 1 vs. 16 against Winner of 8 vs. 9.
- Winner of 2 vs. 15 against Winner of 7 vs. 10.
- Winner of 3 vs. 14 against Winner of 6 vs. 11.
- Winner of 4 vs. 13 against Winner of 5 vs. 12.
So there’s the agenda…now let’s get to the voting! Remember to leave comments below about why your favorite should win this round–you never know, it could sway someone who otherwise would have skipped that match entirely!