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5th Annual Book Tournament – Round 2 – Forgotten Realms Bracket
Welcome to round 2 for the Forgotten Realms Bracket! If you missed the first round, here are the results, where you can see a full list of completed match-ups. The tournament opened round 2 yesterday with the Middle Earth Bracket, and two brackets are still in play in round 1, the Malazan Empire and Westeros brackets, so go vote for them if you haven’t already!
- 1. Wild Hunt by Margaret Ronald vs. 8. I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchet
- 15. Under Heaven by Guy Gavriel Kay vs. 10. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
- 14. The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack by Mark Hodder vs. 11. Prince of Storms by Kay Kenyon
- 4. Changes by Jim Butcher vs. 12. Servant of the Underworld by Aliette de Bodard
Along with the Middle Earth Bracket, the Forgotten Realms Bracket will open round 3 on Friday, April 1, so voting for these matches will close Thursday morning, March 31. To reiterate for the umpteenth (okay, okay, 9th or 10th) time, seed number does not equal perceived strength of work. Also, don’t forget to leave us some comments about why your champion deserves to win–even if it’s just because the other one deserves to lose. So far we’ve had matches in which even one vote could have changed the verdict, so what’s to lose if you might convince someone with no strong opinion to vote through your favorite?
And now, on to the clashes!