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Winners of the Biggest, Bestest, Book Awards

It has been awesome sitting on this side of the computer seeing all the votes coming in for the Biggest, Bestest, Book Awards. Here are the winners:

Best Male Protagonist
Four from ALLEGIANT by Veronica Roth

Best Female Protagonist
Colette from UNTIL THAT DISTANT DAY by Jill Stengl

Best Male Antagonist
Pascoe from UNTIL THAT DISTANT DAY by Jill Stengl

Best Male Secondary Character
Peeta from MOCKINGJAY by Suzanne Collins

Best Female Secondary Character
Christina from ALLEGIANT by Veronica Roth

Best Character Development (Individual Character)
Foxbrush from SHADOW HAND by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Best Character Development (As a Cast) *Tie
OUTCASTS by Jill Williamson

THE LUNAR CHRONICLES (Cinder, Cress, Scarlet) by Marissa Meyer

Best Beginning/ First Chapter *Tie
HALF BAD by Sally Green

ALL GOD’S CHILDREN by Anna Schmidt

STEELHEART by Brandon Sanderson

Best Ending/ Last Chapter
SHADOWHAND by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Best Cover

Best World-Building
CAPTIVES by Jill Williamson

Best Debut Novel
MONSTER by Mirriam Neal

Best Futuristic Technology
SCARLET by Marissa Meyer

Best Historical Representation
A NOBLE GROOM by Jody Hedlund

*Spoiler Alert*

Best Death
Lioness from SHADOW HAND by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

*End Spoiler*

Thanks to all who voted!


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