the tallies will carry over. Feel free to cast your votes for whatever you wish. If you voted for a book last month and it did not have the most votes then vote for it again and your vote will add to the tally this month.
Current standings are as follows.
2 votes Foundation by Isaac Asimov
1 vote for Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
1 vote for Lucifer's Hammer by Larry Niven
1 vote for Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer.
Please feel free to vote.
Hmm... August book *thinks*
I don't know any of the current books, so I'll just go with whatever is voted for!
am i allowed to add a book suggestion? if so, i would like to recommend Lord of Light, by Roger Zelazny
all are welcome to vote for a book, just once per month is only req.
don`t know any of those listed for august .
Dragonbone chair, series was good tho by Tad williams
also Elric of Melinibone Michael Moorcock
sooooo many good ones list could be endless !!!
@dirk. you get one vote for one book per month. The totals carry over to next month unless the book was the winner. Which of the two that you listed to you want to be your vote for august?
E#lric of Melinibone then thanks
Ringworld by Larry Niven. The book is the basis for the game Halo, not in the sense of master seargent but in terms on the "halo". Awesome book. There are4 parts to the sries i believe But book 1 is a complete book in itself.
I re-read this one every year, it's that good: The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein
I might finally get some free time this month to participate! I'm happy with anything folks pick. :)
Sorry for the late posts..had an eventful end of the month with stuff I won't bore you guys with :).
votes are as follows
3 (included my vote) for Foundation by Isaac Asimov
1 for Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
1 for Lucifer's Hammer by Larry Niven
1 for Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer
1 for Lord Foul's Bane by Stephen R. Donaldson
1 for Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny
1 for Elric of Melinibone by Michael Moorcock
1 for Ringworld by Lary Niven
1 for the Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein
The winner is Foundation by Isaac Asimov. Have a great read. :)