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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Dope Nose, Mar 1, 2008.
It'd be legit if Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was listed.
frankenstein doesn't have lightning in it.
I read the Time Machine. It didn't change my life.
I read Frankenstein didnt change my life
those books changed the life you were born into.
Well put, Danalys.
Those books were already a facet and a part of culture and entertainment after you read them. Had you when they first were published, you wouldn't be saying that.
Frankenstein is a fairly poorly written book
No Robert Heinlein on the list? I'll pass.
Though I've already read At the Mountains of Madness and The Time Machine.
Frankenstein just moves too damn slow.
And the only 2 Stephenson books worth reading are Snow Crash and The Diamond Age
jesus changed my life
This changed my life when I was 3
One of my all-time favorite stories is At the Mountains of Madness.
"Spring equinox will be here in just a few weeks, and there's no better way to get ready for the seasonal change than to dig into some great science fiction books."
How about no???
Such deep and wonderful input as always, chaseter.
No Philip K. Dick=Bull**** list :
I didn't like it either. Bram Stoker's Dracula is much better, although it's not applicable to this thread
I read and have read most of those on there...but to say "Spring is coming and now is a great time to read a book," just wreaks of loserism to me t:
I am currently reading the Sparrow, it is wonderful and well written.
I will throw out Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. It changed my life more than any of the books on that list I read.
L. Ron Hubbard changed tens of people's lives with his science fiction writing :thumbsup
No Arthur C. Clarke and Philip K. Dick
you could like read a book under a tree or something like some kind of romance cliche.
I read books year round. The changing of seasons means nothing to me aside from ****ed up weather
i've always thought of scifi as more autumny.