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- Science fiction novels is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- A Calculus of Angels is a wonderful mixture of sorcery, alchemy, and science.
- A Calculus of Angels is a much better book than Newton's Cannon, mainly for its broader scope.
- A Calculus of Angels is the second book in Gregory Keyes' Age of Unreason series.
- A Canticle for Leibowitz was the only novel by Miller that was published during his lifetime.
- A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Walter M. Miller, Jr., first published in 1959.
- A Clockwork Orange is a science fiction 1962 novel by Anthony Burgess, and forms the basis for the 1971 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick.
- A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 film adaptation of a 1962 novel of the same name, by Anthony Burgess.
- 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 is a science fiction novel by James Blish, first published in 1958.
- A Case of Conscience is a brilliant piece of storytelling, and it packs a lot into a scant 242 pages.
- A Deepness in the Sky is a science fiction novel by Vernor Vinge.
- A Deepness in the Sky is the best science fiction I've read in 25 years.
- While interesting, the spiders here are less interesting than the ones in Vernor Vinge's "A Deepness in the Sky".
- A for Andromeda is a British television science fiction drama serial first made and broadcast by the BBC in seven parts in 1961.
- A for Andromeda is the title of a 1961 British television drama series and novel by astronomer Fred Hoyle and TV producer John Elliot.
- A for Andromeda was met with a varied critical reception.
- 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 is a 2003 hard science fiction space opera novel by Welsh author Alastair Reynolds.
- Absolution Gap is part of a series, and worse, the latter part of a series.
- Absolution Gap is a science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds.
- Alraune - The Legend and Fiction (German for Mandrake) is the name given to a female character in fiction.
- Alraune is a 1918 science fiction horror film directed by Michael Curtiz and Edmund Fritz and starring G--za Erd--lyi.
- Alraune is a 1930 science fiction horror film directed by Richard Oswald.
- Alraune is also the name of a German erotic graphic novel by Toni Greis .
- Alraune is also the name of a German erotic graphic novel.
- Altered Carbon is a thriller, a mystery where Takeshi is coming to terms with a murder and a new environment.
- Altered Carbon is a futuristic cyberpunk novel.
- Altered Carbon is a really impressive debut, an auspicious start to what (I'm assuming) will be an ongoing series.
- Altered Carbon is a truly remarkable debut.
- Altered Carbon is one of the best SF novels I have read in years.
- Among the Hidden is a science fiction story about a boy named Luke who is a third child.
- Among the Hidden is a 1998 book by Margaret Haddix, about a time in which drastic measures have been taken to quell overpopulation.
- Among the Hidden is a short but powerful novel.
- Among the Hidden is a very good book for those who like adventure and sci-fi books.
- 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 is a monumental work of science fiction by bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard.
- Battlefield Earth is a movie about freedom and perseverance against impossible odds.
- Battlefield Earth is a great book.
- Beggars in Spain is a 1993 science fiction novel by Nancy Kress.
- BEGGARS IN SPAIN: A compelling look at genetic modification and the consequences that they could bring.
- Beggars in Spain is a 438 page hard science fiction paperback book by Nancy Kress published March, 1994.
- Beggars in Spain is a 438 page science fiction paperback book by Nancy Kress published March, 1994.
- Beggars in Spain is a science fiction novel by noted author Nancy Kress.
- Chasm City is a science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds.
- CHASM CITY is a space opera at its fantastic best.
- Chasm City is a 2001 science fiction book by author Alastair Reynolds , set in the Revelation Space universe.
- Chasm City is a brilliant read, and easy to get caught up in the characters and the plot line.
- Chasm City is a surface of slurry piled helter-skelter on top of myth, a garden where stories grow.
- Chocky is a science fiction novel by John Wyndham, author of The Day of the Triffids.
- Chocky is a very inquisitive entity which asks all sorts of questions about life on earth.
- Chocky is an invention of Matthew's.
- Chocky is the last book written by J. Wyndham, who died in 1969.
- Chocky was a six part adventure set around the Gore family.
- 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.
- City of Illusions is a 1967 novel by Ursula K. Le Guin, set on Earth in the distant future in her Ekumen series.
- 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.
- City of Illusions is an early book from Le Guin (published 1967).
- City of Illusions is the main work in this collection.
- The Dark Tower is a fantasy fiction, science fantasy, horror, and western themed series of novels by the American writer Stephen King.
- The Dark Tower is a humane, visionary epic and a true magnum opus.
- The Dark Tower is a series of books inspired by Robert Browning's poem "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came".
- The Dark Tower is a series of seven books that follow the adventures of Roland Deschain, the last of the gunslingers.
- The Dark Tower is an unfinished work, and there is no sign Lewis intended to finish it.
- DHALGREN is a novel that is full of contradictions, conundrums, and conflicting emotions.
- DHALGREN was initially published in 1974 by Bantam Books.
- Dhalgren is a Masterpiece in any genre.
- Dhalgren is a book I have read and re-read and I still feel like I missed a lot of its subtle whisperings.
- Dhalgren is a brilliant novel about sex, gender, race, class, art, and identity.
- The Difference Engine is a work of speculative science fiction.
- A difference engine is a special-purpose mechanical digital calculator, designed to tabulate polynomial functions.
- Difference Engine is a group weblog exploring our cultured universe from Asimov to apocalypse, and everything between.
- The Difference Engine is a poster-child of Steampunk, and Steampunk is a visually rich sub-genre.
- The difference engine was envisioned as a replacement for the human beings that performed the laborious mathematical calculations.
- DRAGONFLIGHT is the first book in Anne McCaffrey's world-famous Chronicles of Pern.
- Dragonflight is a long-running convention in Seattle.
- Dragonflight is a non-profit group dedicated to promoting the hobby of gaming in the Northwest.
- Dragonflight is a wonderful book for any age.
- Dragonflight is the first book in the long-running Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey.
- ICEHENGE is a novel published in 1984.
- Icehenge is a nice little surprise, well worth tracking down.
- Icehenge is a story set in three parts told by three connected people over several hundred years.
- Icehenge is a study in how archaeologists and other scientists try to explain a mysterious ring of monoliths found on Pluto.
- Icehenge is a worthy introduction to the author's winning combination of hard science and believable characterization.
- K-PAX is a well-written, flawlessly directed and acted allegory about Identity.
- K-PAX is a smart film, and I wasn't expecting it to go where it did.
- K-Pax is a film that belongs in the pantheon of 21st century fairy tales.
- K-Pax is a true fairy tale, a modern day morality play set in pure imagination.
- K-Pax is a very intriguing film.
- Market Forces is a science fiction novel by Richard Morgan, first published in 2004.
- Market Forces is a nicely written, well balanced book.
- Market Forces is a novel at odds with itself.
- Market Forces is a stand-alone that does not match the Kovac´s set (and has nothing at all to do with that series).
- 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 is a Cyberpunk novel by William Gibson published in 1988 and the final novel of The Sprawl trilogy, following Neuromancer and Count Zero.
- Mona Lisa Overdrive is a book about the career of a Sim-Stim star named Angie Mitchell.
- Mona Lisa Overdrive is a complex book, which tracks the overlapping stories of five characters, using neat chapter-size sections for each.
- Mona Lisa Overdrive is a spectacular conclusion to the Neuromancer series of books.
- Mona Lisa Overdrive is a worthy successor to Neuromancer, in every aspect.
- MORTAL ENGINES is a winner for children and adults of all ages.
- MORTAL ENGINES is a WOW of a story that garnered book awards for Reeve in the UK where it was originally published in 2001.
- Mortal Engines is a book written by Philip Reeve it takes place in the future.
- Mortal Engines is a collection of robot-centered myths, fairy tales and adventure stories.
- Mortal Engines is a fantastically-conceived piece of science fiction.
- NOVA EXPRESS was part of the "Naked Lunch" trilogy, along with "The Soft Machine." This is a beautiful copy of this significant "Beat" novel.
- Nova Express is a 1964 novel by William Burroughs, whose plot cannot easily be described.
- Nova Express is a Hugo-nominated science fiction critical magazine featuring interviews, articles, criticism, and reviews.
- Nova Express is a hard-hitting, Hugo-nominated science fiction critical magazine covering the entire spectrum of speculative fiction.
- Nova Express is a sercon fanzine with a focus on written science fiction, featuring interviews, reviews and critical articles.
- Oryx and Crake is a great futuristic novel.
- Oryx and Crake are opposite halves of the same circle.
- Oryx and Crake is a curiously anemic book, savage without being passionate.
- Oryx and Crake is a good read.
- Oryx and Crake is a message to us all, presenting an unsettling conception of mankind's potential demise.
- Rendezvous With Rama is an adventure in the grand tradition and Clarke's detail is staggering.
- Rendezvous with Rama is a hard SF must-read about astronauts exploring an alien spaceship that enters the solar system.
- Rendezvous with Rama is a novel by Arthur C. Clarke first published in 1972.
- Rendezvous with Rama is the first computer adventure to be produced in collaboration with Arthur C. Clarke.
- Rendezvous with Rama was very good, but the rest of the series loses the normal ACC touch.
- Schismatrix is a science fiction novel by Bruce Sterling, originally published in 1985.
- SCHISMATRIX is a novel painted on a very large canvas: the numerous orbiting worlds of the solar system after humanity has expanded beyond Earth.
- Schismatrix is a recent addition.
- 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.
- Schismatrix is the Sterling novel on my stack to read soon.
- Shikasta is a science fiction novel by author Doris Lessing, as well as the name of a fictional planet in this book.
- Shikasta is a rare find, and I look forward to many repeat visits.
- Shikasta is one of those rare creations that defies classification, a gripping novel which through the medium of fantasy reveals deep truth.
- Shikasta is the first book in the Canopus in Argos series.
- 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 is a science fiction novel written by Neal Stephenson and published in 1992.
- Snow Crash is a candy-coated Everyman's Neuromancer: probably the best way to introduce cyberpunk.
- Snow Crash is a must for any SciFi fan in a tech " Report this comment.
- Snow Crash is a must for any SciFi fan in a tech field.
- Snow Crash is a virus created by a group of cultist computer programmers working for a Media Mogul.
- Stranger In A Strange Land is one of the most disappointing "classics" I've ever read.
- 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.
- Stranger in a Strange Land is an acceptable substitute if the reader prefers the psychedelic 60s to the more conservative 50s.
- Stranger in a Strange Land is the only Heinlein I read, and it definitely follows what everyone here has been saying.
- Stranger in a Strange Land was one of the favorite books of the mass murderer Charles Manson.
- STARSWARM is a classic hero tale.
- Starswarm are plant-like entities that live in bodies of water on Paradise.
- Starswarm is a 1998 science fiction novel by Jerry Pournelle.
- Starswarm is a Star Starswarm is one of my favorite books.
- 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.
- The Big Time is a masterpiece of contradiction.
- The Big Time is a mystery story wrapped up in the middle of an epic confrontation across the time lines.
- The Big Time is a science fiction novel you can recommend to people who don’t read science fiction.
- The Big Time is a vast, cosmic back story, hidden behind a claustrophobic front story with only a few characters.
- 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 is a 1951 science-fiction novel by Alfred Bester, and was the first Hugo Award winner in 1953.
- 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.
- The Demolished Man is a welcome change for those tired of modern trilogies and series.
- The Demolished Man is one of science fiction's seminal works, and even 45 years after its initial publication it's obvious why.
- The Demolished Man is simply a great science fiction novel.
- THE DOOR INTO SUMMER is a fantastic read for old-time SF readers, but may draw the younger set in as well.
- The Door Into Summer is one of Heinlein's sunniest novels, and one of his most straightforwardly enjoyable.
- The Door into Summer is a delightful book by Robert Heinlein, one of the great masters of Science Fiction.
- The Door into Summer is a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein, published in 1957.
- The Door into Summer is like all Heinlein novels, funny, quirky, interesting and thought-provoking, which is a rare talent.
- THE GOLDEN AGE is a great futuristic science fiction that genre fans will absolutely love.
- The Golden Age is a book like that.
- The Golden Age is a classic space opera with a twist of occuring outside the typical swashbuckling firefights of many Sci-fi novels.
- The Golden Age is a first novel and the first third of a trilogy.
- The Golden Age is a great book, so hope you enjoy it.
- THE RUNNING MAN is a very tight and action-based book.
- The Running Man is a big, dumb Arnold movie.
- The Running Man is a great book that any thrill-seeker would enjoy.
- The Running Man is a short book, tightly written to be read and enjoyed quickly.
- The Running Man is a swiftly moving novel, with tendancies toward stereotype and weak characterization.
- VALIS is a 1981 science fiction book by Philip K. Dick.
- VALIS is a 1981 science fiction novel by Philip K. Dick.
- 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).
- VALIS is the first book in a trilogy that represents Dick's last major work before he died.
- VALIS is the first book in the VALIS trilogy of novels including The Divine Invasion (1981), and the unfinished The Owl in Daylight.
- A Door into Ocean is the novel upon which the author's reputation as an important SF writer principally rests.
- 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.
- A Door into Ocean is a virtual textbook of the methods of nonviolence.
- A Dozen Tough Jobs is a time of ecstasy.
- 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.
- 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.
- A Fighting Man of Mars is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the seventh of his famous Barsoom series.
- A Million Open Doors is a study of the effects of globalization.
- A Princess of Mars is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the first of his famous Barsoom series.
- 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.
- 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.
- Bronson Beta is settled by survivors of the catastrophe in the sequel After Worlds Collide.
- Marius was also the first to observe the Andromeda Nebula with a telescope and one of the first to observe sunspots.
- If you are looking for an article about the galaxy which was once called the Andromeda Nebula, please see Andromeda Galaxy.
- After The Andromeda Nebula there appear in scienoe fiction many authors who signflicantly widened the topical potential of science fiction.
* Andromeda Strain
* Anvil of Stars
* Beetle In An Anthill
* Better Than Life
* Blind Lake
* Blood Music
* Brave New World
* Broken Angels
* Camp Concentration
* Carson of Venus
* Century Rain
* Children of Dune
* Children of Rhatlan
* Children of The Atom
* Children of The Mind
* China Mountain Zhang
* Citizen of The Galaxy
* City of Pearl
* Consider Phlebas
* Count Zero
* Dark Side of The Sun
* Digital Fortress
* Divine Invasion
* Doctor Faustef
* Doorways In The Sand
* Dosadi Experiment
* Downward To The Earth
* Dune Messiah
* Eastern Standard Tribe
* Encounter With Tiber
* Fallen Dragon
* Fire Upon The Deep
* First Landing
* Flowers For Algernon
* Forever Peace
* From The Earth To The Moon
* God Emperor of Dune
* Guns of The South
* Half Past Human
* Hard To Be A God
* Heretics of Dune
* Honorverse Books
* Household Gods
* Imperial Earth
* In Death Ground
* In The Garden of Iden
* Iron Sunrise
* Islands In The Net
* Jesus On Mars
* Johnny And The Dead
* Journey To The Center of The Earth
* Judas Unchained
* Jurassic Park
* Last And First Men
* Last Men In London
* Lazarus Effect
* Man In The High Castle
* Man of Two Worlds
* Man Plus
* Marooned In Realtime
* Mendoza In Hollywood
* Mission of Gravity
* Misspent Youth
* Moving Mars
* My Teacher
* Now Wait For Last Year
* Nylon Angel
* Odd John
* Only You Can Save Mankind
* On Basilisk Station
* Ophiuchi Hotline
* Out of The Silent Planet
* Peace On Earth
* Permutation City
* Planet of Exile
* Player Games
* Player of Games
* Podkayne of Mars
* Pushing Ice
* Queen of Angels
* Radio Free Albemuth
* Rama Ii
* Reality Dysfunction
* Redemption Ark
* Revelation Space
* Riddley Walker
* Ringworld Engineers
* Ringworld Throne
* Roadside Picnic
* Roma Eterna
* Saturn Rukh
* Scanner Darkly
* Shadow of The Giant
* Shadow of The Hegemon
* Shadow Puppets
* Singularity Sky
* Sirens of Titan
* Sky Coyote
* Solar Lottery
* Speaker For The Dead
* Stand On Zanzibar
* Starship Troopers
* Startide Rising
* Star Maker
* State of Fear
* Terminal Experiment
* That Hideous Strength
* Them Bones
* The Ascension Factor
* The Big U
* The Book of The New Sun
* The Chessmen of Mars
* The Children of The Company
* The City And The Stars
* The City of Ember
* The Dark Wing
* The Day of The Triffids
* The Diamond Age
* The Female Man
* The Forever War
* The Forge of God
* The Gods of Mars
* The Golden Globe
* The Golden Transcendence
* The Graveyard Game
* The Green Brain
* The Gripping Hand
* The High Crusade
* The Integral Trees
* The Invisible Man
* The Jesus Incident
* The Kraken Wakes
* The Lake House
* The Last Book In The Universe
* The Last Man
* The Lathe of Heaven
* The Left Hand of Darkness
* The Legacy of Heorot
* The Lost World
* The Man Who Japed
* The Martian Chronicles
* The Memory of Earth
* The Memory of Whiteness
* The Midwich Cuckoos
* The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress
* The Peace War
* The Phoenix Exultant
* The Ring of Charon
* The Rolling Stones
* The Sands of Mars
* The Satan Bug
* The Sheep Look Up
* The Shockwave Rider
* The Skylark of Space
* The Stainless Steel Rat
* The Stars My Destination
* The Star Beast
* The System of The World
* The Time Machine
* The Time Ships
* The Uplift War
* The Whole Man
* The Word For World
* Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch
* Tower of Glass
* To Your Scattered Bodies Go
* Tunnel In The Sky
* Way Station
* West of Eden
* When Worlds Collide
* Whipping Star
* Woken Furies
* Word For World
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