2019 Challenges Overview: Dancing with Fantasy and Sci-Fi

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Alright, here we go everyone into the Fantasy and Sci-Fi Book Challenge that we all know that I’ll be able to do. Because what else do I read? The answer is: not much else.

As such I decided to join this challenge for books to read. It’ll keep me preoccupied over the course of the year (I hope). It also motivates me to get a lot of the other books I needed to read (or reread), finished.

I will fill this in as I read more. For now it’ll remain mostly empty until I have a book that fits the category of placement. Be sure to check back periodically (probably monthly) to see all of the books that I add!


Fantasy

  1. Classical Fantasy —
  2. Magic School — Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
  3. Necromancers — Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
  4. PTSD —
  5. Dragons — Gonna wait for December~
  6. Fairytale (Retelling) — The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor
  7. Grimdark — A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
  8. Ghosts —
  9. Uncommon Fantasy Creatures —
  10. Shapeshifters — Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
  11. Gods —
  12. Animal Companion —
  13. Maternal Heritage —
  14. Set in Our World — The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
  15. Witches — The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney
  16. Magical Law Enforcement —
  17. Thief — Nocturna by Maya Motayne
  18. Pirates —
  19. Portal Fantasy — Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
  20. Warrior — Redwall by Brian Jacques (Or any of those novels)

Science Fiction

  1. On a Different Planet —
  2. Utopia —
  3. Space Ship —
  4. Steampunk —
  5. Time Travel — Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
  6. Artificial Intelligence POV —
  7. Proto Sci-Fi —
  8. Hive —
  9. Alien —
  10. Virtual Reality —
  11. Super Powers —
  12. Science —
  13. Replicate —
  14. Space Colonization —
  15. Mecha —
  16. Space Creature/Beasts —
  17. Teleportation —
  18. Space Western —
  19. The Moon —
  20. Invasion —

General Fantasy and Science Fiction

  1. Satire —
  2. Under 500 Pages — Heartless by Marissa Meyer
  3. Over 800 Pages — A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin
  4. Novella —
  5. Finishing a Series — The Shattered Realms by Cinda Williams Chima (Last two books Stormcaster and Deathcaster)
  6. Mental Health —
  7. Disability —
  8. Published Before 1990 —
  9. Set in Africa —
  10. Library —
  11. By a Woman of Color —
  12. One Word Title — Linger by Maggie Stiefvater

2 thoughts on “2019 Challenges Overview: Dancing with Fantasy and Sci-Fi

  1. Looks great already! I still need to continue on with the Shattered Realms. I read Flamecaster when it came out but then haven’t continued quite yet. I should. I loved the Seven Realms.

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