Challenge: It's The End Of The World II

End of the World This is a rather exciting challenge, eh? It’s The End Of The World II is being hosted by Becky of Becky’s Book Reviews, and it lasts from March 10-October 9. What counts as “end of the world” fiction? Becky has very kindly provided some direction:

Read at least four books about “the end of the world.” This includes both apocalyptic fiction and post-apocalyptic fiction. There is quite a bit of overlap with dystopic fiction as well. The point being something–be it coming from within or without, natural or unnatural–has changed civilization, society, humanity to such a degree that it radically differs from “life as we now know it.” (Aliens, evil governments, war, plague, natural disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, hurricanes, depletion of resources, genetic manipulation, etc.)

All kinds of books count, including YA, audiobooks, and graphic novels. Yay! Also, on the 15th of each month, participants get together and talk about what they’ve done so far in the challenge, including any reviews they’ve written. If you’d like to sign up yourself, just click on this link!

I’m going to be keeping a list of what books I read for this challenge. I have to read at least four, but I’ll probably do more.

1. Gone – Michael Grant
2. There Will Be Dragons – John Ringo
3. The Girl Who Owned a City – O.T. Nelson
4. Boneshaker – Cherie Priest

Completed October 9th! My wrap-up post.

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