Link to the downloadable Crowdsourced! list

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Themis-Athena has been working extremely hard on the google sheet, which now has 665 books on it. I believe that it is up to date except for Elentarri’s list posted today.  

You can view the google document here.  

I am also hard at work on the BL list, and I am adding alphabetically. I expect to finish updating this week.  

I think that we will be at around 750 books, which puts us spitting distance from 1001. What do you say? Should we aim for the greatest crowdsourced list of 1001 books that has ever been created for anyone’s reading pleasure? I’m sure I can come up with some more!  

There are so many great books on this list, and I’m so excited about how it has come together. There is mystery, there is horror, there is a lot of really compelling fantasy and non-fiction and even some kidlit & YA.   

This has been such a fun project!

 

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