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Anything by Clarke is pretty much a winner. My favorite of his works is Childhood's End. Others by him that I enjoyed would be The City and the Stars and The Light of Other Days. Wells' War of the Worlds and The Time Machine are all-time classic. Vonnegut's Cat's Craddle and Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game. The Mote in God's Eye and Illegal Alien are two well written, lesser known works of fiction.
I could honestly go on forever. I've been reading science fiction since I was able to.
Has anyone mentioned Invitation To The Game yet? I'll admit, MIGHT not be very sci-fi, but, it's one hell of a good book. One of my personal favorites. Other than The Dragon Riders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey.
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The Persistence Of Vision by John Varley. 20,000 leagues under the sea by jules verne.
Also, The Martian Chronicles, There Will Come Soft Rains especially. A broto recommended them, I started reading them, and I fell in love with them more then a little bit. RIP, ray bradbury. He had such a talent for words.
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