March Madness 2015: The Best Fiction Book in the World

March Madness 2015: The Best Fiction Book in the World


The Valkyries’ Call thought it would be fun this month to take part in March Madness with our own crazy bracket. Get out your thinking caps and suggest some books to show down for: The Best Fiction Book in the World! Can Harry Potter beat Wuthering Heights? Can Jane Austen kick Stephen Kings butt? This is a tough challenge and clearly a mad, mad idea.

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he Valkyries’ Call thought it would be fun this month to take part in March Madness with our own crazy bracket. Get out your thinking caps and suggest some books to show down for: The Best Fiction Book in the World! Can Harry Potter beat Wuthering Heights? Can Jane Austen kick Stephen Kings butt? This is a tough challenge and clearly a mad, mad idea.Suggest books to be added to the list by commenting below with a Title, Link, or Picture. We are looking for 32 books to start our March Madness game and whoever ends up suggesting the lucky winner will win a $50 gift card to the bookstore of their choice! This mean’s the first to comment with the winning Title (in any format) will win.

Get kraken! The suggestions comment thread will end on Wednesday, March 11th at 12PM CST.

Come back and vote each week for March Madness 2015: The Best Fiction Book in the World and decide who wins! Follow us on Twitter or RSS for updates.

Terms:

  • Comments must be made on this permanent post on The Valkyries Call to be entered into the bracket.
  • The first to comment with that Title (in any format) will be the entered entry for that Title.
  • Four (4) entries per user/submitter.
  • First 32 books suggested are entered. If we get more suggestions we will expand the game to the following numbers 48, 56, or the mega 64.

FAQ (Will be updated as questions come in):

  1. Will books have to standaloneorcanwesubmit a series?
    1. Good question! Standalone.

 

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    Richard Meister

    Not sure I did that right the last time, so consider that first entry for “The Great Gatsby.”
    This one is for:

    The Secret History

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