The Best Science Fiction Books.
Does this describe you?
- Steampunk, alternate history, hard and soft science fiction, speculative fiction… you’ve compared, contrasted and heatedly debated the merits of all categories, which authors best represent each, and started fist fights at cons over them.
- Heinlein, Clarke, Herbert, Asimov, Bradbury… you know these names better than you remember your high school graduating class.
- The odor of slight mildew, dust, age, pulp, and love that pervades the best of all bookstores is perfume to your nose… and starting to permeate your own home.
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Series Review – The Gaean Trilogy by John Varley
||The Gaean Trilogy is my all time favorite science ficiton series. I know, there is some truly outstanding competition, but John Varley’s just keeps me coming back.
In this series we are introduced to Gaea, a Stanford torus, 1300 km wide who is God to her diverse inhabitants. She is capable of designing and creating life, raining fire down upon her lands, and even resurrection. And she’s going insane.
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Author Article – Isaac Asimov
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Author Article – Arthur C Clarke
||Arthur C Clarke, one of the Grand Old Men of science fiction, is likely best known for his knowledge and practical (if always futuristic) use of science in his novels.
Yet for all his life and literary scientific acumen, I feel that what set him apart as an SF writer was his ability to meld the best elements of hard and soft science fiction.
Author – Max Brooks
|Max Brooks seemed to come out of no-where with “World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War”. Who is this genius who can meld political science, class A writing, and zombie gore into arguably one of the best written books ever?
Although he hit the sci fic/horror/zombie scene with little to no warning, in fact Brooks has a rather illustrious career that includes acting, writing for SNL, and a degree in history.
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