Solar 3001

solar 3001
solar 3001
anyone know of any good Sci-fi books?

James White
Beginning Operations: A Sector General Omnibus includes: Hospital Station, Star Surgeon, and Major Operation.
Alien Emergencies: A Sector General Omnibus includes: Ambulance Ship, Sector General, and Star Healer.
Double Contact (about the Cinrusskin, Dr. Prilicla)
General Practice (includes Code Blue – Emergency and The Genocidal Healer)
Mind Changer
The Watch Below
The Silent Stars Go By

Madeleine L’Engle:
A Wrinkle in Time *
A Wind in the Door *
A Swiftly Tilting Planet *
Many Waters *
An Acceptable Time *

E. E. “Doc” Smith:
Triplanetary *
First Lensman *
Galactic Patrol *
Gray Lensman *
Second Stage Lensman *
Children of the Lens *
The Vortex Blaster (a.k.a. Masters of the Vortex) *
The Skylark of Space series *

Andre Norton:
Starman’s Son *
Galactic Derelict *
The Time Traders *
Solar Queen

Ursula K. LeGuin:
The Telling *
The Word for World is Forest *
The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia *
The Left Hand of Darkness *
City of Illusions *
Planet of Exile *
Rocannon’s World *
The Lathe of Heaven *

Lois Lowry:
The Giver –
Gathering Blue

Scott Westerfeld:
Uglies, Pretties, Specials, and Extras.

Jules Verne:
Journey to the Center of the Earth *

Isaac Asimov:
Prelude to Foundation
Foundation and Empire
Second Foundation
Foundation’s Edge
Foundation and Earth
Forward the Foundation
I, Robot (Nothing like the movie!)
The Caves of Steel (Robot Series)
The Naked Sun (Robot Series)
The Robots of Dawn (Robot Series)
Robots and Empire (Robot Series)
The Currents of Space (Empire Series)
The Stars, Like Dust (Empire Series)
Pebble in the Sky (Empire Series)
The Gods Themselves
Fantastic Voyage
The End of Eternity

Ray Bradbury:
The Martian Chronicles *
Farenheit 451 (First published in 1953. A future totalitarian regime has banned books and they are burned.)
Dandelion Wine
The Illustrated Man

H. G. Wells:
The Time Machine *
The War of the Worlds *
The Island of Dr. Moreau
The Invisible Man

C. S. Lewis:
Space Trilogy – Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength

Larry Niven: Ringworld
Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle:
The Mote in God’s Eye
Lucifer’s Hammer

Edwin A. Abbott:
Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (Dionys Burger wrote a sequel called Sphereland. The two can be purchased in one volume.)

Arthur C. Clarke:
Against the Fall of Midnight *
Childhood’s End
Rendevous with Rama
The City and the Stars
The Fountains of Paradise
2001: A Space Odyssey
2010: Odyssey Two
2061: Odyssey Three
3001: The Final Odyssey

Robert A. Heinlein:
Rocket Ship Galileo *
Space Cadet *
Red Planet *
Farmer in the Sky *
Between Planets *
The Rolling Stones (Space Family Stone) *
Starman Jones *
The Star Beast *
Tunnel in the Sky *
Time for the Stars *
Citizen of the Galaxy *
Have Space Suit-Will Travel *
Nothing Ever Happens on the Moon *
Tenderfoot in Space *
Green Hills of the Earth
The Past Through Tomorrow
Double Star
The Door Into Summer
Starship Troopers
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
Glory Road
Time Enough for Love
The Puppet Masters
Podkayne of Mars *
Time for the Stars
Red Planet
Farnham’s Freehold
Stranger in a Strange Land (a classic of science fiction)

Stanley Robinson:
Mars Trilogy – Red Mars, Green Mars, and Blue Mars

Orson Scott Card:
Ender’s Game
Ender’s Shadows
A War of Gifts: An Ender Story
Speaker for the Dead

Michael Crichton:
The Terminal Man
The Andromeda Strain
Jurassic Park

Walter Tevis: The Man Who Fell to Earth
Frederik Pohl: Gateway

David Brin:
Startide Rising
The Uplift War
Brightness Reef
Infinity’s Shore
Heaven’s Reach
Glory Season
The Postman
Kiln People

Joe Haldeman: The Forever War
James Blish: Cities in Flight
Gene Wolfe: Book of the New Sun

Stanislaw Lem:
The Star Diaries

Philip K. Dick:
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
The Policeman Said
Flow My Tears
The Man in the High Castle

George Orwell: 1984
Frank Herbert:
Dune Messiah
Children of Dune
God Emperor of Dune
Heretics of Dune
Chapter House of Dune

Kurt Vonnegut:
Slaughterhouse Five
Cat’s Cradle

Aldous Huxley: Brave New World
Douglas Adams:
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Nancy Farmer:
The House of the Scorpion (Humans despise clones, but young Matt is the clone of El Patron and that gives him special status.

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