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@Juju: hmm that does really sound interesting ^^For fantasy I can also recommend Eragon (of cause) - read it 6 times I think xDBut I can also really recomend Alfred Bekker's books on the Elbes (on German, sorry).Die Könige der Elben, Das Reich der Elben, Der Krieg der ElbenThey're the story of what happened to those elbes that left in the boats (in Lord of the rings).For me it's SciFi and Fantasy but also investigative journalism as well as politics related books ^^Btw is there ANYONE who doesn't think the Eragon movie was worse than twilight and GhostBusters combined while the books were really awesome? Of cause Isaac Asimov is someone you HAVE TO know when loving SciFi But you should also try out E. E. Smith - he wrote a lot of really amazing books (but not as much as Asimov)@DJ Omnimaga: SO you noticed, too, that most newer SciFi books are either super serious or more like pr0n//horror? If you didnt like that you should definitely check out some older books
Does 1984 count as sorta sci-fi? There's a pretty big tech aspect in it, unless I misinterpreted the meaning of sci-fi (probably did)
Quote from: princetonlion.tibd on October 12, 2016, 03:04:55 amDoes 1984 count as sorta sci-fi? There's a pretty big tech aspect in it, unless I misinterpreted the meaning of sci-fi (probably did)At some point in history even toilet paper was considered futuristic ^^ And in my mind SciFi is about futuristic technologie stuff xD I actually prefered Animal Farm (was more fun to read than 1984) ^^As for Enders Game I only watched the movie. I liked the concept of the story ^^ But idk maybe the book was even better than the movie? Can anyone tell? ^^I also liked 2367 - Experiment Hex which was pretty interesting to read as it was about muated humans that have a symbiotic connection to computers but that are haunted by the govs ^^
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