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In my opinion, Neuromancer is the most influential science fiction novel published to date. It’s been revolutionary, it predicted technologies and concepts better than some of the older classics (most notably Stand on Zanzibar, which is often praised for its … Continue reading
When it comes to classic science fiction, you have two kinds of people: those who call the monster “Frankenstein”, and those who smugly point out that Frankenstein was its maker; the monster was never named in the book. Let me … Continue reading
The Left Hand of Darkness is considered one of the most important works of modern science fiction. Published in 1969, it opened up the world of sci-fi to the concepts of gender fluidity, and is widely considered one of the … Continue reading
It is difficult to find a more enjoyable, wholesome and indeed delightful science fiction book than Way Station. One of the most deserving Hugo winners, this short novel is full of inaction, takes place in a tiny setting that barely … Continue reading