You Need A New Book To Read [Pic]

Submitted by: muert 3 years ago Entertainment

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There are 17 comments:
Male 5,609
"...Your car`s tires have tiny contact patches, talk to the asphalt in four places the size of your tongue. The Deliverator`s car has big, sticky tires with contact patches the size of a fat lady`s thighs..."
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Female 4,447
@Random, something wrong with that? Is "The Stand" not pretentious enough?
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Male 711
`I`m glad to see that some of us IABers are well read. I, too, have read and enjoyed many of these books. My favorite will always be "The Stand".`

Well read.

The Stand.

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Male 3,424
i like that they mention the sandman graphic novels.
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Female 7,842
not read sci-fi or fantasy for years, with the exception of Mr Pratchett and I don`t think his recent works count. I seem to be reading utter rubbish or coursework at present. I did just do the last two Pratchetts over the christmas week though... i worry he will get too ill to write though..
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Female 4,447
I`m glad to see that some of us IABers are well read. I, too, have read and enjoyed many of these books. My favorite will always be "The Stand".
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Male 37,015
I`ve read a surprising number of these, lolz!

@landogriffin is right: needs more PK Dick. Several of his novels and any short story collection would do nicely.
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Male 7,497
McCaffrey`s "Dragonflight", Terry Pratchett, Ray Bradbury, A Clockwork Orange, Arthur C Clark, Doublas Adams, Larry Niven, Heinlein, Asimov. Orsaon Scott Card.

Many of the greats here.

The only two I`d add as Must Reads is `The Legacy of Heorot` by Niven, Jerry Pournelle, and Steven Barnes, & the Honor Harrington Series by David Weber.
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Male 3,842
Each one of these that I have read are all really great, so I`m going to save this flow chart and consider it like a checklist. A lot of my lesser known favorites are on here, such as "Snow Crash" and "Perdido Street Station" in addition to the big names like Asimov, Atwood, Clarke, Heinlein, Verne, and Wells.

However, needs more Philip K. Dick. Just "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" is a huge short-changing of his catalog. Try "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch" which, in my opinion, is PKD`s best, even better than "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"
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Male 7,775
This took me to my all-time favourite, The Time Machine, HG Wells. The chart knows all.
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Male 14,778
Where`s the porn?
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Male 698
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan is a great one.
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Male 696
kinda scary how many of these books i already love.
neat post.
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Male 965
Surprised to see the Xanth series mentioned on there. I read the holy bejeezus out of those books through middle-high school. They got progressively more hokey as time went on but they were still good reads.
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Male 531
Cool i actually got a few books for christmas but im always looking to expand my list so definitely saving this link.
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Male 72
This would help if I hadn`t read most of these.
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Male 343
Link: You Need A New Book To Read [Pic] [Rate Link] - Let this flow chart help you find the way.
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