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Worlds Without End Roll-Your-Own Reading Challenge

Collections 2021

Collections 2021

Once again - let's read some short story collections.

No anthologies, no separate stories or novellas (they have their own challenges).

Photo credit: Andre Kertesz, from his book On reading.

Challenge Details
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror
Challenge Span: January 2021 – December 2021

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

 Novice = 3 books + 0 reviews
 Apprentice = 6 books + 0 reviews
 Journeyman = 9 books + 0 reviews
 Master = 12 books + 0 reviews

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Abalone

Abalone

Full Throttle
Growing Things and Other Stories
Needle in a Timestack
AleaTheGeek

AleaTheGeek

3
2
1
clavegri

clavegri

The Story Until Now:  A Great Big Book of Stories
Tales from Earthsea
The Wind's Twelve Quarters
dalex

dalex

A Cathedral of Myth and Bone
Children of the New World
Fierce Fairytales
Friday Black
Things We Lost in the Fire
Voices in the Night
DeirdriuWRS

DeirdriuWRS

The Book of the Damned
The Book of the Dead
The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye
Magic for Beginners
Spirits Abroad
1
devilinlaw

devilinlaw

All the Myriad Ways (collection)
The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World
The Dark Tower and Other Stories
The Imago Sequence and Other Stories
Skin Folk
Untouched by Human Hands
ElizabethR

ElizabethR

The Best of C. L. Moore
The Best of C. M. Kornbluth
The Best of Cordwainer Smith
The Best of Frederik Pohl
The Best of Fritz Leiber
The Best of Hal Clement
The Best of Henry Kuttner
The Best of Jack Williamson
The Best of L. Sprague de Camp
The Best of Leigh Brackett
The Best of Robert Bloch
The Best of Stanley G. Weinbaum
Engelbrecht

Engelbrecht

The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye
Hauntings: Fantastic Stories
Nine Bar Blues
The Secret of Ventriloquism
Unexpected Stories
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
finminer

finminer

Mojo:  Conjure Stories
Out of Space and Time: Volume I
Out of Space and Time: Volume II
Skin Folk
The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft:  The Road to Madness
1
Hneite

Hneite

After the Apocalypse:  Stories
Burning Chrome
Falling in Love with Hominids
Homesick: Stories
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream
I, Robot
Swords and Deviltry
5
4
3
2
1
Laffer

Laffer

Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories
The Dinosaur Tourist
Dreadful Young Ladies and Other Stories
The Future Is Blue
How Long 'til Black Future Month?
Orange World and Other Stories
Some Possible Solutions
Sooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea:  Stories
Starlings
Tender:  Stories
What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky
Young Woman in a Garden
mooncrumble

mooncrumble

Bloodchild and Other Stories
What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours
4
3
2
1
morpheus

morpheus

Across the Event Horizon
The Aleph and Other Stories
Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories
At the Mouth of the River of Bees
Exhalation:  Stories
Her Husband's Hands and Other Stories
niriop

niriop

The Bloody Chamber
Dazzle Resplendent:  Adventures of a Misanthropic Dog
Japanese Tales of Mystery & Imagination
Nine Horrors and a Dream
The Small Assassin
Stories of Your Life and Others
Parzival1977

Parzival1977

3
2
1
piibald

piibald

CivilWarLand in Bad Decline
Her Body and Other Parties
I Hold a Wolf by the Ears
A Lot Like Christmas:  Stories
Pretty Monsters
The Sea Beast Takes a Lover
Where the Wild Ladies Are
2
1
ScoLgo

ScoLgo

Apocalypse Nyx
Falling in Love with Hominids
From Dark Places
How Long 'til Black Future Month?
Sooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea:  Stories
Tales of the Dying Earth
Scott Laz

Scott Laz

First Person Singular: Stories
The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories
The Star Diaries
Swords Against Wizardry
2
1
Weesam

Weesam

After the Apocalypse:  Stories
The Best of Margaret St. Clair
The Big Front Yard:  And Other Stories
The Hidden Girl and Other Stories
Howard Who?
Killdozer!
The Overneath
The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales
Skeleton Crew
Skin Folk
Summer Morning, Summer Night
Ten Thousand Light-Years From Home