101 Fantasy Reading Challenge

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So here are the rules:

1. Pick the number of books you want to read. It can be a mixture of the top 101, and/or the whole list. For example, you might want to aim to read 5 from the top 101 and 5 from the rest of the list.
2. Create a list of the books you want to tackle. You can create a list now, or add them as you go. Completely up to you.
3. The challenge runs from 10/10/09 to 10/10/10.

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I’m aiming to read at least 5 from the top 101 and 15 overall! Here is my tentative list, but I’m going to be open to changing these.

  1. CLARE, Cassandra – City of Bones
  2. RICE, Anne – Interview with the Vampire
  3. PULLMAN, Philip – Northern Lights
  4. WARD, JR – Lover Eternal
  5. GAIMAN, Neil & PRATCHETT, Terry – Good Omens
  6. MONING, Karen Marie – Faefever
  7. GAIMAN, Neil – Neverwhere
  8. VINCENT, Rachel – My Soul to Take
  9. PRATCHETT, Terry – Night Watch
  10. KING, Stephen – The Gunslinger
  11. COELHO, Paul – The Alchemist
  12. ANTHONY, Piers – A Spell for Chameleon
  13. RAND, Ayn – Atlas Shrugged
  14. BRIGGS, Patricia – Moon Called
  15. ARMSTRONG, Kelly – Bitten
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5 Responses

  1. Interview with the Vampire is excellent. Anne Rice is a master. I think part of the problem with the vampire genre right now is that too many people have tried to imitate her. Only Anne Rice can write like Anne Rice.

    • I’ve had the first 4 books in the series on my bookshelf begging to be read! I just keep picking up other books instead. I’m hoping this will help me get back to them 🙂

  2. I loved Good Omens. It’s one of my absolute favorite books.

    I haven’t read most of the books on your list but I’m reading City of Bones and The Gunslinger for the challenge too.

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