BARD Madness Second Chapter

Bard Madness Round LogoThe First Chapter of BARD Madness has concluded and now it’s time for the Second Chapter! The winners of the First Chapter are listed below:

  • Winter
    • The Wrong Side of Goodbye
    • Cross the Line
    • The Chemist
    • The Innocents
    • Turbo Twenty-Three
    • Somebody I Used to Know
    • The Woman in Cabin 10
    • Good as Gone
  • Spring
    • Chaos
    • The Burial Hour
    • The Rising
    • The Fix
    • The Kept Woman
    • The Sleeping Beauty Killer
    • Fast & Loose
    • One Perfect Lie
  • Autumn
    • Come Sundown
    • The Store
    • Seeing Red
    • Wired
    • The Silent Corner
    • The Good Daughter
    • Sweet Surrender
    • The Rooster Bar
  • Summer
    • Camino Island
    • Two Nights
    • Nighthawk
    • The Devil’s Triangle
    • Any Day Now
    • The Girl Before
    • The Night the Lights Went Out
    • Right Behind You

There are 32 books and 16 matches! Which books will make it to the Sweet Sixteen?

Click the link below to vote for your choices to move on to the next round!

https://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/eventsprograms/bard-madness-2018/second-chapter

The full bracket with the four seasons and 32 remaining books matched against each opponent.

 

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