OtherGround Forums Top 100 Sci Fi Novels: Awesome List

3/27/12 10:57 AM
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Discovered this:

http://top-science-fiction-novels.com

Fantastic list of books on there, the guy is slowly going through all of them and reviewing each one.

Highly recommended if you are into Sci Fi.
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http://top-science-fiction-novels.com
 


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sweet, thanks!
10/10/12 9:50 AM
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I disagree with the order, but there are some classics in there.

12/1/12 10:46 PM
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I had never head of Ender's game until someone mentioned it recently on the OG. I just finished it and I was blown away. I'm not a big sci fi fan. Sure, I like the more mainstream ones like Hitchhikers Guide (one of my favorite books ever) and a few like 1984 (not really sci fi) or some Vaughnegut books.

In spite of that Ender's Game is now near the top of my all time favorites. I was totally engrossed. I've already started on The Speaker for the Dead and I can't put it down either.

12/1/12 11:38 PM
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Hey Canuck, are you on the OG kindle thread by Ferox?

There are some awesome books on there, you can get the whole Ender series.
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I've read Dune before and have no idea what the fuss is about, and i honestly don't see how anyone can consider that the second best science fiction book of all time.
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Great list!

I am new to sci-fi and am starting off by reading Jules Verne, and HG wells. After that I'll tackle Asimov. Trying to keep it somewhat chronological.


Journey to the centre of the earth is an under rated Jules Verne classic, better than 20,000 leagues IMO.
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