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JitterbugPerfume Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-20-11 11:46 AM
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4. you wont be disappointed!
LOL :hi:
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  -what is your favorite Sci Fi fiction? JitterbugPerfume  Mar-20-11 11:38 AM   #0 
  - I'm a big Dick fan  rucky   Mar-20-11 11:39 AM   #1 
  - you wont be disappointed!  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 11:46 AM   #4 
  - Slaughterhouse Five, Sirens of Titan both by Vonnegut.  Poll_Blind   Mar-20-11 11:45 AM   #2 
  - Vonnegut is in a category of his own  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 11:48 AM   #5 
  - I was obsessed with Sirens of Titan as a teenager  Onceuponalife   Apr-01-11 12:57 AM   #56 
  - Bookmarking because I want to get into SciFi fiction more. The  gateley   Mar-20-11 11:45 AM   #3 
  - that is one more reason I love DU!  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 11:51 AM   #6 
     - No I haven't, and I'm seeing that I should! I'm of course familiar  gateley   Mar-20-11 11:56 AM   #8 
  - So Many Faves  DustyJoe   Mar-20-11 11:53 AM   #7 
  - I haven't read those  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 12:08 PM   #10 
  - 'Nother vote for Miles!  getting old in mke   Mar-26-11 12:57 AM   #46 
  - Another vote for Lois McMaster Bujold's 'Vorkosigan' series  MicaelS   Mar-31-11 02:17 PM   #55 
  - As literature, McCarthy's The Road; as Science Fiction, Frank Herbert's Dune  patrice   Mar-20-11 12:04 PM   #9 
  - The Road  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 12:14 PM   #13 
     - Missed that Dune miniseries, should look for it in Netflix.  patrice   Mar-20-11 12:36 PM   #16 
        - And I hardly ever read fiction of any sort anymore...  bread_and_roses   Mar-20-11 12:58 PM   #19 
           - That would limit my participation in discussion too.  patrice   Mar-20-11 01:13 PM   #20 
  - Joan D. Vinge's  shimmergal   Mar-20-11 12:08 PM   #11 
  - "The Dispossessed" - LeGuin/ "Stand on Zanzibar" - Brunner  bread_and_roses   Mar-20-11 12:14 PM   #12 
  - well it would be a boring world  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 12:18 PM   #14 
  - Oh yeah! Brunner: Stand on Zanzibar & The Sheep Look Up  patrice   Mar-20-11 12:43 PM   #18 
     - Love Brunner.  bengalherder   Mar-20-11 02:19 PM   #24 
        - John Brunner was a visionary, ergo the Hugo Award for Zanzibar. He also wrote a more  patrice   Mar-20-11 02:34 PM   #25 
  - "the Moon Maid" Edgar Rice Burroughs  mitchtv   Mar-20-11 12:27 PM   #15 
  - Planned to read those, but  Casandia   Mar-22-11 07:07 AM   #38 
  - I loved the John Carter of Mars series  WaitingforKarlRove   Apr-17-11 11:16 PM   #61 
  - Alastair Reynolds - Revelation Space series  arendt   Mar-20-11 12:41 PM   #17 
  - Haven't Read Sci-Fi Lately  On the Road   Mar-20-11 01:26 PM   #21 
  - CJ Cherry....especially her 'Foreigner' series,  PDJane   Mar-20-11 01:39 PM   #22 
  - Dick, Stephenson, Gibson, DiPhilippo  bengalherder   Mar-20-11 02:19 PM   #23 
  - Empire, Robot and Foundation novels by Asimov  YankeyMCC   Mar-20-11 02:36 PM   #26 
  - Those were spouse #1 & #2's favorites. And just about everyone loves Stranger in a Strange Land or  patrice   Mar-20-11 02:41 PM   #27 
  - Assimov used to Edit & publish a monthly Science Fiction digest of NEWER authors.  patrice   Mar-20-11 03:39 PM   #28 
  - there was a news stand on my way to school  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-20-11 04:14 PM   #29 
  - Omni was cool! . . . a real treat!  patrice   Mar-20-11 11:06 PM   #31 
  - I subscribe  YankeyMCC   Mar-20-11 06:42 PM   #30 
     - Thanks for the info!  patrice   Mar-20-11 11:08 PM   #32 
     - Thanks  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-21-11 10:38 AM   #34 
  - Anything written by Ray Bradbury  RebelOne   Mar-21-11 10:08 AM   #33 
  - Bradbury had a TV show several years ago  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-21-11 10:42 AM   #35 
     - I know. I used to watch it. n/t  RebelOne   Apr-14-11 12:12 PM   #59 
  - pk dick, iain banks, alastair reynolds, peter hamilton, kim stanley robinson...  pitohui   Mar-21-11 06:01 PM   #36 
  - (Other than Slaughterhouse Five) Earth Abides  Casandia   Mar-22-11 07:03 AM   #37 
  - I have LOTS of favorites.  SheilaT   Mar-22-11 11:58 AM   #39 
  - Oh wow - forgot Time and Again!  Casandia   Mar-22-11 12:08 PM   #40 
  - check out "century rain" by alastair reynolds  pitohui   Mar-25-11 09:40 PM   #45 
  - Childhood's End  Mz Pip   Mar-22-11 05:45 PM   #41 
  - Childhood's End is up there at the top  WaitingforKarlRove   Apr-17-11 11:18 PM   #62 
  - The Hitch hikers Guide to the Galaxy series  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-24-11 11:28 AM   #42 
  - THE MINERVAN EXPERIMENT by James P. Hogan  fadedrose   Mar-24-11 09:48 PM   #43 
  - Can't recall the title, but C. S. Lewis wrote a trilogy...  fadedrose   Mar-24-11 09:52 PM   #44 
  - Bear, Benford, Willis, Farmer, Kress  mzteris   Mar-26-11 07:12 PM   #47 
  - The Years of Rice and Salt, easily the most fascinating novel I've ever read in any genre.  Forkboy   Mar-29-11 11:32 PM   #48 
  - that sounds great Forkboy!  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-30-11 07:53 AM   #49 
  - His latest is a book called Galileo's Dream, which is really fun.  Forkboy   Mar-30-11 11:37 AM   #50 
  - i can recommend "the gold coast" by KSR  pitohui   Mar-30-11 09:00 PM   #53 
     - thanks  JitterbugPerfume   Mar-30-11 11:19 PM   #54 
  - YES! One of the all-time great alternate  SheilaT   Mar-30-11 01:36 PM   #51 
  - There is a decent amount of RW sci-fi fans and authors.  Forkboy   Mar-30-11 04:07 PM   #52 
  - I love that book, it's EPIC in it's awesomeness.  Odin2005   May-10-11 10:53 PM   #64 
  - My all-time favorite is The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin  Onceuponalife   Apr-01-11 01:23 AM   #57 
  - Canticle for Liebowitz  pscot   Apr-08-11 07:29 PM   #58 
  - I would have to say Rendezvous with Rama, by Arthur C. Clarke.  closeupready   Apr-14-11 03:59 PM   #60 
  - Issac Asimov, AC Clarke, Frank Herbert, and KSR.  Odin2005   May-10-11 10:46 PM   #63 
  - DYING INSIDE by Robert Silverberg, ALAS, BABYLON by Pat Frank,  raccoon   May-11-11 12:51 PM   #65 
  - Read Alas Babylon. There was also a movie made based on the book.n/t  RebelOne   May-30-11 07:28 PM   #69 
  - well i hate to pick favorites but there's some good stuff out there  pitohui   May-11-11 07:25 PM   #66 
  - Stranger in a Strange Land by Heinlein. nt  Curmudgeoness   May-13-11 06:38 PM   #67 
  - I like good ole' Ray Bradbury. The Martian Chronicles, especially. nt  BlueIris   May-15-11 03:32 PM   #68 
 

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