So now both of the semifinals polls are done. Here are the results of the second round:
Going on to the finals will be:
Lord of the Rings
The Dresden Files
Dragonriders of Pern
And it seems as if Xanth got the shaft, so not only was I wrong about my prediction that it would go on to the finals no matter how many people said they didn't really like it, but it proves creatures of good heart really can win in the end.
As a reminder, the winners of the first semifinal poll were:
The Song of Ice and Fire
I will have the new poll with all these winners up early tomorrow. (~very dramatic pause~) The final round is about to begin.
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