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SCIENCE FICTION NOVELS
A CALCULUS OF ANGELS
A CANTICLE FOR LEIBOWITZ
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE
A DEEPNESS IN THE SKY
A FOR ANDROMEDA
ABSOLUTION GAP
ALRAUNE
ALTERED CARBON
AMONG THE HIDDEN
BATTLEFIELD EARTH
BEGGARS IN SPAIN
CHASM CITY
CHOCKY
CITY OF ILLUSIONS
DARK TOWER
DHALGREN
DIFFERENCE ENGINE
DRAGONFLIGHT
ICEHENGE
K-PAX
MARKET FORCES
MONA LISA OVERDRIVE
MORTAL ENGINES
NOVA EXPRESS
ORYX AND CRAKE
RENDEZVOUS WITH RAMA
SCHISMATRIX
SHIKASTA
SNOW CRASH
STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND
STARSWARM
THE BIG TIME
THE DEMOLISHED MAN
THE DOOR INTO SUMMER
THE GOLDEN AGE
THE RUNNING MAN
VALIS
A DOOR INTO OCEAN
A DOZEN TOUGH JOBS
A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS
A MILLION OPEN DOORS
A PRINCESS OF MARS
AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE
ANDROMEDA NEBULA
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Science Fiction Novels

  1. Science fiction novels is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

A Calculus of Angels

  1. A Calculus of Angels is a wonderful mixture of sorcery, alchemy, and science. (Web site)
  2. A Calculus of Angels is a much better book than Newton's Cannon, mainly for its broader scope. (Web site)
  3. A Calculus of Angels is the second book in Gregory Keyes' Age of Unreason series. (Web site)

A Canticle For Leibowitz

  1. A Canticle for Leibowitz was the only novel by Miller that was published during his lifetime.
  2. A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Walter M. Miller, Jr., first published in 1959. (Web site)

A Clockwork Orange

  1. A Clockwork Orange is a science fiction 1962 novel by Anthony Burgess, and forms the basis for the 1971 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick. (Web site)
  2. A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 film adaptation of a 1962 novel of the same name, by Anthony Burgess. (Web site)
  3. A Clockwork Orange is a dystopian 1962 novel by the Mancunian writer Anthony Burgess, and forms the basis for the 1971 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick.

A Case of Conscience

  1. A Case of Conscience is a science fiction novel by James Blish, first published in 1958.
  2. A Case of Conscience is a brilliant piece of storytelling, and it packs a lot into a scant 242 pages. (Web site)

A Deepness In The Sky

  1. A Deepness in the Sky is a science fiction novel by Vernor Vinge. (Web site)
  2. A Deepness in the Sky is the best science fiction I've read in 25 years. (Web site)
  3. While interesting, the spiders here are less interesting than the ones in Vernor Vinge's "A Deepness in the Sky". (Web site)

A For Andromeda

  1. A for Andromeda is a British television science fiction drama serial first made and broadcast by the BBC in seven parts in 1961.
  2. A for Andromeda is the title of a 1961 British television drama series and novel by astronomer Fred Hoyle and TV producer John Elliot. (Web site)
  3. A for Andromeda was met with a varied critical reception.
  4. A for Andromeda was reconstructed using tele-snaps with on-screen captions to describe the plot set to a soundtrack of music from the serial.

Absolution Gap

  1. Absolution Gap is a 2003 hard science fiction space opera novel by Welsh author Alastair Reynolds.
  2. Absolution Gap is part of a series, and worse, the latter part of a series. (Web site)
  3. Absolution Gap is a science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds.

Alraune

  1. Alraune - The Legend and Fiction (German for Mandrake) is the name given to a female character in fiction. (Web site)
  2. Alraune is a 1918 science fiction horror film directed by Michael Curtiz and Edmund Fritz and starring G--za Erd--lyi. (Web site)
  3. Alraune is a 1930 science fiction horror film directed by Richard Oswald. (Web site)
  4. Alraune is also the name of a German erotic graphic novel by Toni Greis .
  5. Alraune is also the name of a German erotic graphic novel.

Altered Carbon

  1. Altered Carbon is a thriller, a mystery where Takeshi is coming to terms with a murder and a new environment.
  2. Altered Carbon is a futuristic cyberpunk novel.
  3. Altered Carbon is a really impressive debut, an auspicious start to what (I'm assuming) will be an ongoing series. (Web site)
  4. Altered Carbon is a truly remarkable debut.
  5. Altered Carbon is one of the best SF novels I have read in years.

Among The Hidden

  1. Among the Hidden is a science fiction story about a boy named Luke who is a third child.
  2. Among the Hidden is a 1998 book by Margaret Haddix, about a time in which drastic measures have been taken to quell overpopulation.
  3. Among the Hidden is a short but powerful novel. (Web site)
  4. Among the Hidden is a very good book for those who like adventure and sci-fi books.
  5. Among the Hidden is part of a trilogy but based on this first novel I don't think I'll read the other two.

Battlefield Earth

  1. Battlefield Earth is a monumental work of science fiction by bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard. (Web site)
  2. Battlefield Earth is a movie about freedom and perseverance against impossible odds. (Web site)
  3. Battlefield Earth is a great book. (Web site)

Beggars In Spain

  1. Beggars in Spain is a 1993 science fiction novel by Nancy Kress.
  2. BEGGARS IN SPAIN: A compelling look at genetic modification and the consequences that they could bring. (Web site)
  3. Beggars in Spain is a 438 page hard science fiction paperback book by Nancy Kress published March, 1994.
  4. Beggars in Spain is a 438 page science fiction paperback book by Nancy Kress published March, 1994.
  5. Beggars in Spain is a science fiction novel by noted author Nancy Kress.

Chasm City

  1. Chasm City is a science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds.
  2. CHASM CITY is a space opera at its fantastic best. (Web site)
  3. Chasm City is a 2001 science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds , set in the Revelation Space universe.
  4. Chasm City is a brilliant read, and easy to get caught up in the characters and the plot line.
  5. Chasm City is a surface of slurry piled helter-skelter on top of myth, a garden where stories grow.

Chocky

  1. Chocky is a science fiction novel by John Wyndham, author of The Day of the Triffids.
  2. Chocky is a very inquisitive entity which asks all sorts of questions about life on earth. (Web site)
  3. Chocky is an invention of Matthew's.
  4. Chocky is the last book written by J. Wyndham, who died in 1969.
  5. Chocky was a six part adventure set around the Gore family. (Web site)

City of Illusions

  1. City of Illusions is a 1967 science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin, set on Earth in the distant future in her Hainish Cycle. (Web site)
  2. City of Illusions is a 1967 novel by Ursula K. Le Guin, set on Earth in the distant future in her Ekumen series.
  3. City of Illusions is a 1967 science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin, set on Earth in the distant future in her Ekumen series.
  4. City of Illusions is an early book from Le Guin (published 1967).
  5. City of Illusions is the main work in this collection. (Web site)

Dark Tower

  1. The Dark Tower is a fantasy fiction, science fantasy, horror, and western themed series of novels by the American writer Stephen King.
  2. The Dark Tower is a humane, visionary epic and a true magnum opus. (Web site)
  3. The Dark Tower is a series of books inspired by Robert Browning's poem "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came". (Web site)
  4. The Dark Tower is a series of seven books that follow the adventures of Roland Deschain, the last of the gunslingers.
  5. The Dark Tower is an unfinished work, and there is no sign Lewis intended to finish it. (Web site)

Dhalgren

  1. DHALGREN is a novel that is full of contradictions, conundrums, and conflicting emotions.
  2. DHALGREN was initially published in 1974 by Bantam Books.
  3. Dhalgren is a Masterpiece in any genre.
  4. Dhalgren is a book I have read and re-read and I still feel like I missed a lot of its subtle whisperings.
  5. Dhalgren is a brilliant novel about sex, gender, race, class, art, and identity. (Web site)

Difference Engine

  1. The Difference Engine is a work of speculative science fiction.
  2. A difference engine is a special-purpose mechanical digital calculator, designed to tabulate polynomial functions.
  3. Difference Engine is a group weblog exploring our cultured universe from Asimov to apocalypse, and everything between.
  4. The Difference Engine is a poster-child of Steampunk, and Steampunk is a visually rich sub-genre.
  5. The difference engine was envisioned as a replacement for the human beings that performed the laborious mathematical calculations.

Dragonflight

  1. DRAGONFLIGHT is the first book in Anne McCaffrey's world-famous Chronicles of Pern.
  2. Dragonflight is a long-running convention in Seattle.
  3. Dragonflight is a non-profit group dedicated to promoting the hobby of gaming in the Northwest.
  4. Dragonflight is a wonderful book for any age.
  5. Dragonflight is the first book in the long-running Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey.

Icehenge

  1. ICEHENGE is a novel published in 1984.
  2. Icehenge is a nice little surprise, well worth tracking down. (Web site)
  3. Icehenge is a story set in three parts told by three connected people over several hundred years. (Web site)
  4. Icehenge is a study in how archaeologists and other scientists try to explain a mysterious ring of monoliths found on Pluto.
  5. Icehenge is a worthy introduction to the author's winning combination of hard science and believable characterization.

K-Pax

  1. K-PAX is a well-written, flawlessly directed and acted allegory about Identity.
  2. K-PAX is a smart film, and I wasn't expecting it to go where it did.
  3. K-Pax is a film that belongs in the pantheon of 21st century fairy tales. (Web site)
  4. K-Pax is a true fairy tale, a modern day morality play set in pure imagination. (Web site)
  5. K-Pax is a very intriguing film.

Market Forces

  1. Market Forces is a science fiction novel by Richard Morgan, first published in 2004. (Web site)
  2. Market Forces is a nicely written, well balanced book.
  3. Market Forces is a novel at odds with itself.
  4. Market Forces is a stand-alone that does not match the Kovac´s set (and has nothing at all to do with that series).
  5. Market Forces is a stand-alone that does not match the Kovac's set (and has nothing at all to do with that series).

Mona Lisa Overdrive

  1. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a Cyberpunk novel by William Gibson published in 1988 and the final novel of The Sprawl trilogy, following Neuromancer and Count Zero.
  2. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a book about the career of a Sim-Stim star named Angie Mitchell.
  3. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a complex book, which tracks the overlapping stories of five characters, using neat chapter-size sections for each.
  4. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a spectacular conclusion to the Neuromancer series of books.
  5. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a worthy successor to Neuromancer, in every aspect.

Mortal Engines

  1. MORTAL ENGINES is a winner for children and adults of all ages.
  2. MORTAL ENGINES is a WOW of a story that garnered book awards for Reeve in the UK where it was originally published in 2001.
  3. Mortal Engines is a book written by Philip Reeve it takes place in the future.
  4. Mortal Engines is a collection of robot-centered myths, fairy tales and adventure stories. (Web site)
  5. Mortal Engines is a fantastically-conceived piece of science fiction. (Web site)

Nova Express

  1. NOVA EXPRESS was part of the "Naked Lunch" trilogy, along with "The Soft Machine." This is a beautiful copy of this significant "Beat" novel.
  2. Nova Express is a 1964 novel by William Burroughs, whose plot cannot easily be described.
  3. Nova Express is a Hugo-nominated science fiction critical magazine featuring interviews, articles, criticism, and reviews.
  4. Nova Express is a hard-hitting, Hugo-nominated science fiction critical magazine covering the entire spectrum of speculative fiction.
  5. Nova Express is a sercon fanzine with a focus on written science fiction, featuring interviews, reviews and critical articles. (Web site)

Oryx And Crake

  1. Oryx and Crake is a great futuristic novel. (Web site)
  2. Oryx and Crake are opposite halves of the same circle.
  3. Oryx and Crake is a curiously anemic book, savage without being passionate. (Web site)
  4. Oryx and Crake is a good read. (Web site)
  5. Oryx and Crake is a message to us all, presenting an unsettling conception of mankind's potential demise.

Rendezvous With Rama

  1. Rendezvous With Rama is an adventure in the grand tradition and Clarke's detail is staggering. (Web site)
  2. Rendezvous with Rama is a hard SF must-read about astronauts exploring an alien spaceship that enters the solar system. (Web site)
  3. Rendezvous with Rama is a novel by Arthur C. Clarke first published in 1972.
  4. Rendezvous with Rama is the first computer adventure to be produced in collaboration with Arthur C. Clarke. (Web site)
  5. Rendezvous with Rama was very good, but the rest of the series loses the normal ACC touch. (Web site)

Schismatrix

  1. Schismatrix is a science fiction novel by Bruce Sterling, originally published in 1985. (Web site)
  2. SCHISMATRIX is a novel painted on a very large canvas: the numerous orbiting worlds of the solar system after humanity has expanded beyond Earth.
  3. Schismatrix is a recent addition. (Web site)
  4. Schismatrix is a seminal work of Cyber Punk, and an immaginative attack on the age old tradition of SF - and for that it deserves to be read.
  5. Schismatrix is the Sterling novel on my stack to read soon.

Shikasta

  1. Shikasta is a science fiction novel by author Doris Lessing, as well as the name of a fictional planet in this book. (Web site)
  2. Shikasta is a rare find, and I look forward to many repeat visits.
  3. Shikasta is one of those rare creations that defies classification, a gripping novel which through the medium of fantasy reveals deep truth.
  4. Shikasta is the first book in the Canopus in Argos series. (Web site)
  5. Shikasta is the first, the largest (in bulk and in scope) and the most epic of the quintet collectively titled Canopus in Argos: Archives.

Snow Crash

  1. Snow Crash is a science fiction novel written by Neal Stephenson and published in 1992. (Web site)
  2. Snow Crash is a candy-coated Everyman's Neuromancer: probably the best way to introduce cyberpunk. (Web site)
  3. Snow Crash is a must for any SciFi fan in a tech " Report this comment. (Web site)
  4. Snow Crash is a must for any SciFi fan in a tech field.
  5. Snow Crash is a virus created by a group of cultist computer programmers working for a Media Mogul.

Stranger In A Strange Land

  1. Stranger In A Strange Land is one of the most disappointing "classics" I've ever read.
  2. Stranger In a Strange Land was originally published in a shorter form, but both the long and short versions are now simultaneously available in print. (Web site)
  3. Stranger in a Strange Land is an acceptable substitute if the reader prefers the psychedelic 60s to the more conservative 50s.
  4. Stranger in a Strange Land is the only Heinlein I read, and it definitely follows what everyone here has been saying. (Web site)
  5. Stranger in a Strange Land was one of the favorite books of the mass murderer Charles Manson. (Web site)

Starswarm

  1. STARSWARM is a classic hero tale. (Web site)
  2. Starswarm are plant-like entities that live in bodies of water on Paradise. (Web site)
  3. Starswarm is a 1998 science fiction novel by Jerry Pournelle. (Web site)
  4. Starswarm is a Star Starswarm is one of my favorite books.
  5. Starswarm was born over coffee in dozens of small restaurants all over Los Angeles, and the first few chapters were written so Mac Lean could read them. (Web site)

The Big Time

  1. The Big Time is a masterpiece of contradiction.
  2. The Big Time is a mystery story wrapped up in the middle of an epic confrontation across the time lines.
  3. The Big Time is a science fiction novel you can recommend to people who don’t read science fiction.
  4. The Big Time is a vast, cosmic back story, hidden behind a claustrophobic front story with only a few characters.
  5. The Big Time is part of Fritz Leiber's Change War series, though I didn't know it when I read it.

The Demolished Man

  1. The Demolished Man is a 1951 science-fiction novel by Alfred Bester, and was the first Hugo Award winner in 1953.
  2. The Demolished Man is a masterpiece of high-tech suspense, set in a world in which everything has changed except for the ancient instinct for murder.
  3. The Demolished Man is a welcome change for those tired of modern trilogies and series. (Web site)
  4. The Demolished Man is one of science fiction's seminal works, and even 45 years after its initial publication it's obvious why.
  5. The Demolished Man is simply a great science fiction novel.

The Door Into Summer

  1. THE DOOR INTO SUMMER is a fantastic read for old-time SF readers, but may draw the younger set in as well.
  2. The Door Into Summer is one of Heinlein's sunniest novels, and one of his most straightforwardly enjoyable. (Web site)
  3. The Door into Summer is a delightful book by Robert Heinlein, one of the great masters of Science Fiction.
  4. The Door into Summer is a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein, published in 1957.
  5. The Door into Summer is like all Heinlein novels, funny, quirky, interesting and thought-provoking, which is a rare talent.

The Golden Age

  1. THE GOLDEN AGE is a great futuristic science fiction that genre fans will absolutely love. (Web site)
  2. The Golden Age is a book like that.
  3. The Golden Age is a classic space opera with a twist of occuring outside the typical swashbuckling firefights of many Sci-fi novels. (Web site)
  4. The Golden Age is a first novel and the first third of a trilogy. (Web site)
  5. The Golden Age is a great book, so hope you enjoy it.

The Running Man

  1. THE RUNNING MAN is a very tight and action-based book.
  2. The Running Man is a big, dumb Arnold movie.
  3. The Running Man is a great book that any thrill-seeker would enjoy.
  4. The Running Man is a short book, tightly written to be read and enjoyed quickly. (Web site)
  5. The Running Man is a swiftly moving novel, with tendancies toward stereotype and weak characterization.

Valis

  1. VALIS is a 1981 science fiction book by Philip K. Dick. (Web site)
  2. VALIS is a 1981 science fiction novel by Philip K. Dick. (Web site)
  3. VALIS is the first book in Philip K. Dick's incomparable final trio of novels (the others are The Divine Invasion and The Transmigration of Timothy Archer). (Web site)
  4. VALIS is the first book in a trilogy that represents Dick's last major work before he died.
  5. VALIS is the first book in the VALIS trilogy of novels including The Divine Invasion (1981), and the unfinished The Owl in Daylight. (Web site)

A Door Into Ocean

  1. A Door into Ocean is the novel upon which the author's reputation as an important SF writer principally rests.
  2. A Door into Ocean is a gorgeous ecofeminist feast for the mind that explores two radically different cultures striving to build a bridge between them.
  3. A Door into Ocean is a virtual textbook of the methods of nonviolence. (Web site)

A Dozen Tough Jobs

  1. A Dozen Tough Jobs is a time of ecstasy.
  2. Now he brings us A Dozen Tough Jobs, which is, yes folks, a retelling of the Labors of Hercules, set in a Mississippi town in the 1920s. (Web site)
  3. Cox asked whether "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" was inspired by "A Dozen Tough Jobs", but someone noted that Waldrop was copying earlier works as well. (Web site)

A Fighting Man of Mars

  1. A Fighting Man of Mars is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the seventh of his famous Barsoom series. (Web site)

A Million Open Doors

  1. A Million Open Doors is a study of the effects of globalization. (Web site)

A Princess of Mars

  1. A Princess of Mars is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the first of his famous Barsoom series. (Web site)

After Worlds Collide

  1. Wylie and Balmer also wrote a sequel called After Worlds Collide, in which the survivors find evidence of an alien civilization on their new home planet. (Web site)
  2. When Worlds Collide is a 1932 science fiction novel co-written by Philip Gordon Wylie and Edwin Balmer, who also authored the sequel After Worlds Collide.
  3. Bronson Beta is settled by survivors of the catastrophe in the sequel After Worlds Collide. (Web site)

Andromeda Nebula

  1. Marius was also the first to observe the Andromeda Nebula with a telescope and one of the first to observe sunspots. (Web site)
  2. If you are looking for an article about the galaxy which was once called the Andromeda Nebula, please see Andromeda Galaxy. (Web site)
  3. After The Andromeda Nebula there appear in scienoe fiction many authors who signflicantly widened the topical potential of science fiction.

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