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Do you know any good sci fi books

Do you know any good sci fi books

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Neuromancer by William Gibson is probably my fave

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THOSE WHO WATCH by Robert Silverberg, is probably my favorite Silverberg novel, he is a sci Fi writer who writes sublimely simple. ORPHANS OF THE SKY is a fun sci Fi book by Robert Heinlein, whom I usually don’t like, I think he had fun writing this one.

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For dark fantasy wizards, good vs evil, ‘Black Prism’ series by Brent Weeks.
For realistic combat + political/religious sci-fi, ‘safehold’ series by David Weber, and ‘Dread Empire’s Fall’ series by Walter Jon Williams.
For fantastical monsters, robots, and space war, ‘polity’ series by Neal Asher, or ‘Culture’ series by Iain M Banks.
For adventurous space piracy, ‘revenger trilogy’, by Alistair Reynolds.
For zany over-the-top explosions, ‘debatable space’ series by Philip Palmer.
For old-school ‘make you think’ stuff, ‘Foundation’ series, by Isaac Asimov
For intelligent animal world building, ‘Uplift’ series by David Brin, or ‘Children of Time’ series by Adrian Tchaikovsky.

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I had trouble reading because of concentration at first and comprehension later on and found some easy, enjoyable authors.

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I agree about Silverberg. Clifford D. Simak also springs to mind,.

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Earth Abides by George R. Stewart.
Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov.

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Ready player two - Ernest Cline

Or ready player One, same guy, way way different to the movie!

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Dune series
Ender’s Game series
The Expanse series
Michael Chrichton books
Jules Verne books
HG Wells books

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