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What is a good science fiction book?

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Asked by Parkash, 19 Apr '11 09:18 am
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A lot depends on your age and what type of science fiction interests you, but here is a list to get you started:
Orson Scott Card: Ender's Game (and the rest of that series)
Frank Herbert: Dune
Anne McCaffrey: The Pern series (many people think this is fantasy because of the dragons, but if you read the books that are chronologically earlier in the series, you will find that they are genetically engineered lizards). Many of the books in this series appeal to all ages.
Robert A. Heinlein: "Orphans Of The Sky," "The Puppet Masters," "Citizen Of The Galaxy," "Glory Road," "Tunnel In The Sky," and "The Man Who Sold The Moon" (although some of these may be a little dated, they're still a great read).
Andre Norton: The Time Traders series, The Solar Queen series, The Beast Master series, "Star Rangers" and "Star Guard."
Isaac Asimov: The Foundation Trilogy ("Foundation," "Foundation and Empire," and "Second Foundation"), The Robots Trilogy ("I, Robot," "The Caves Of Steel," ...more
Answered by OBERoi, 19 Apr '11 09:26 am

 
  
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Angels and Demons; Deception point
Answered by chintan, 19 Apr '11 09:54 am

 
  
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Perry Rhodan is the name of a science fiction series published since 1961 in Germany.
Answered by hena akhtar, 19 Apr '11 09:22 am

 
  
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