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Kira

FAVOURITE AUTHORS AND POETS(FOR KC!)

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:sr Alphabetical as well, also title of book.

      to start:Isaac ASIMOV

                     I ROBOT

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Peter Benchley

JAWS  :s01  :s4

Even without the visuals, the book is horrifying.  :o

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Arthur C. Clarke

CHILDHOOD'S END

Classic sci-fi, recommend it to everyone.  :)

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Brian Daley

Han Solo and the Lost Legacy

Star Wars is cool 8)

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Frank Edwards

Flying Saucers - Serious Business

The book that actually started me believing in UFO's.  :s01 Of course I was 9 years old at the time and as gullible as they come.  :s04

Magikman  :s02

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Alan Dean Foster

Splinter of the Minds Eye

(Further adventures of Luke Skywalker)

Star Wars is cool 8)

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Neil Gaiman

The Dreaming

Sandman

American Gods

Heck, just about everything he's written  :sk

:s02

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Joe Haldeman

The Forever War

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Magik :s7

nope better not do that you'll explode :s2

Good choice with Neil Gamien esp love Death: The high cost of living :s03

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HARRY HARRISON

STAINLESS STEEL RAT.

not a fav but not bad :st

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 Well, since we seem to be stuck on 'H', here's one of my favorite sci-fi books:

Robert A. Heinlein's

Stranger in a Strange Land

 Has to be one of the top 10 classic sci-fi stories of all time.  :su

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No author's whose name ends with an 'I', how about a book title?

Anne Rice

Interview with a Vampire

Lots & lots of Vampire Chickies  :s7  :sk  :sk

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  Susan Johnson

 Forbidden

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James Kahn

Return of the Jedi

Star Wars is cool 8)

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George Lucas

A New Hope

Star Wars is cool 8)

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:skAnne McCaffery

 any of the her books but my fav is: THE ROWAN ;D

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         If poets count then one of my favorites is:

              Ogden NASH

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       Then I can post a name for O as in:

          George Orwell     Animal Farm   :sk

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         Sorry,  but this brings it to the letter P for my absolute favorite author:

              Edgar Allan Poe

                     

                     The Telltale Heart   :s07

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Everytime I log in late, that darn KC takes all the good choices. :s04 "Nevermore" quoth I.  :s8

Since 'Q' may be a difficult entry, here's a duel collaboration

Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle

The Mote in God's Eye

A novel about first contact with an alien race

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  :s2   Sorry,  MM!  But I gotta show I got some smarts!   ;D

              Why don't you do 'R'?

        (unless you want me to?)  :sk

       btw,  I'm gonna read that book!  Sounds interesting!

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Ladies first, KC. :)  :se

Besides, I have a real good choice for 'S', so I won't be put out, honestly.  ;D

If you can find it (probably the library), you'll really enjoy it.   :sk  :sk

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J. K. Rowling (or something similar ???)

Of Harry Potter.

Odin S. :s9

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George R. Stewart

EARTH ABIDES

Somewhat dated (1950s) but still fascinating chronicle of mankinds descent into medieval living conditions after the apocalyptic outbreak of a virus which decimates 95% of the worlds population.  

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J.R.R Tolkein

The Lord Of The Rings

Probably the most well known fantasy book trilogy of all time.

and it's got Saruman in it too.

;D

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