All Consuming



What Katrina should consume next

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  1. The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester

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    Jeff Byrnes thinks you would like this item.
    Bonster says, "Total classic sf."
    Elliot Smith thinks you would like this item.
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  2. Neuromancer by William Gibson

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    Jeff Byrnes thinks you would like this item.
    Markus Jansson thinks you would like this item.
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  3. Solaris by Stanislaw Lem

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    SaburoChaos thinks you would like this item.
    Christopher Hurtado thinks you would like this item.
    Elliot Smith thinks you would like this item.

  4. The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton

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    matt5522 says, "It was great in the 70's, but may be a bit dated now?"
    hackasaurus thinks you would like this item.

  5. Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke

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    matt5522 thinks you would like this item.
    Jeff Byrnes thinks you would like this item.

  6. Puppet Masters by Robert A. Heinlein

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    matt5522 thinks you would like this item.
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  7. The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick

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    cluricaune says, "Easily one of the best books I read last year. An 'alternate history' book, where the Axis powers won WW2."
    bigorangemichael says, "A great book. A "must read" if you enjoy SF. "

  8. Red Mars (Mars Trilogy) by Kim Stanley Robinson

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    rromagar says, "One of the best hard Sci-Fi series I've ever read. Science so real you feel like it could actually happen."
    Bonster says, "Brilliant hard sf start to a brilliant trilogy. Highly recommended."

  9. Falling Free (Nebula Award Stories) by Lois McMaster Bujold

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    ansate says, "This is kind of on the edge of a related set of books, so if you like it, there's a whole series for you to explore."
    Sarah says, "Bujold is awesome. I would suggest starting with one of the Miles books... probably The Warriors Apprentice, but this is also a good one and stands alone. "

  10. Children of God (Ballantine Reader's Circle) by Mary Doria Russell

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    Colleen_C_C says, "Sequel to the previous suggestion: _The Sparrow_"

  11. Triplanetary: A Tale of Cosmic Adventure (Lensman Series, Book 1) by Edward E. Smith

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    Sarah says, "I saw one of the other Lensman books on your recommendations list, but this is where it all starts. A wonderful space opera, which definitely reminded me of Asimov. Same era too. "

  12. Newton's Wake : A Space Opera by Ken MacLeod

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    InfinityParadox says, "Strong female protagonist and a disturbingly plausible future...definitely google 'technological singularity' and do, perhaps, three or four minutes of reading on it before delving in, however."

  13. Fallen Dragon by Peter F. Hamilton

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    Jeff Byrnes thinks you would like this item.

  14. The Lathe of Heaven: A Novel (Perennial Classics) by Ursula K. Le Guin

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    emchik thinks you would like this item.

  15. Dragon's Egg (Del Rey Impact) by Robert L. Forward

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    John says, "Written by a real physicist, it explores life on the surface of a neutron star."

  16. Against a Dark Background by BANKS

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    Roland thinks you would like this item.

  17. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick

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  18. The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin

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    Jeff Byrnes thinks you would like this item.

  19. Resurrectionists, The by Kim Wilkins

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    Pippi Langstrumpf thinks you would like this item.

  20. Vurt by Jeff Noon

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    Derek thinks you would like this item.

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