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The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady's Illustrated Pr&hellip by Neal Stephenson
That just about says it all for this, yet another fantastic sci-fi/high-tech by Stephenson, who is rapidly becoming one of my favorite sci-fi/high-tech writers like Gibson and is welcomed into the ranks of other such books as: "Foundation", "Stranger in a Strange Land", "Neuromancer", "Snow Crash", "Cryptonomicon", and "Darkeye: Cyber Hunter".
Beyond Infinity by Gregory Benford
Beyond Infinity by Gregory Benford
If I hadn't looked at the cover to see Gregory Benford's name, I would've sworn I was reading something by one of the greatest science fiction/fact authors of all time: Isaac Asimov. This book was exciting as well as informative while taking us away to not only futures taken by Mr. Asimov's books, such as "Foundation", "I,Robot", and others, but also ranks up there with other sci-fi and even newer cyberpunk books such as: "Stranger in a Strange Land", "Puppet Masters", "Neuromancer", "Snow Crash", "Cryptonomicon", and "Darkeye: Cyber Hunter". Yet another definite must-read for hardcore science fiction fans.
An Accidental Goddess by Megan Sybil Baker
An Accidental Goddess by Megan Sybil Baker
I was really impressed with Ms. Baker's science fiction work, especially since she was able to create a believable and entertaining, even to us guys, romantic angle into the fantastic story. I will definitely add this to such science fiction and cyberpunk books as "Foundation", "Stranger in a Strange Land", "Neuromancer", "Snow Crash", "Cryptonomicon", and "Darkeye: Cyber Hunter". All are a definite must-read.