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Worlds Without End Roll-Your-Own Reading Challenge

Global Reading Challenge

Global Reading Challenge

Choose one country and then read books that are:

  • set in that country or
  • set in some variation of that country or
  • written by an author from that country or
  • inspired by the folklore and mythology of that country

NEW FOR 2018: THE CONTINENTS CHALLENGE

Read six books, each set on a different continent (or a fictional analogue). You decide which six continents to include and which one to not include. For a more difficult challenge read twelve books, two per continent.

A combination challenge is also an option - read 6 books, one per continent, plus an additional 3 or 6 books that adhere to the original rules (one country).

Challenge Details
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror
Challenge Span: January 2018 – December 2018

Reading Levels
Select your reading level below. You can adjust your level up or down at any time during the challenge.

 Vacationer = 3 books + 1 reviews
 Expatriate = 6 books + 2 reviews
 Citizen = 9 books + 3 reviews
 Potentate = 12 books + 6 reviews

Note: You must be a logged in member of WWEnd to join this challenge. Join WWEnd

dalex

dalex

Clade
The Comet Seekers
The Falling Sky
Fudoki
The Genius Plague
The Incarnations
Our Lady of the Ice
Solar Bones
Soleri
Vigil
What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky
The Wolf in the Attic
gallyangel

gallyangel

Durarara!! 8
Durarara!! 9
Kuklo Unbound
Nekomonogatari (Black)
Nekomonogatari (White):  Cat Tale
Re: Zero, Vol. 6: Starting Life in Another World
Record of Lodoss War: The Grey Witch
Sword Art Online 12: Alicization Rising
Sword Art Online 13: Alicization Dividing
3
2
1
kabelfritz

kabelfritz

Eifelheim
The Mind Net
The Orchid Cage
3
2
1
thereddeath

thereddeath

3
2
1
Weesam

Weesam

After the Flare:  A Novel
Austral
Azanian Bridges
Certain Dark Things
Djinn City
The Finno-Ugrian Vampire
Lotus Blue
Our Lady of the Ice
The Painted Drum
The Song of King Gesar
Waiting for the Machines to Fall Asleep: The Best New Science Fiction from Sweden
The Wind City