Mr Space wrote:To be literally honest I don't read that much, but I've heard of a lot of books and they seem pretty nice I guess. I like youtube though, it's so much more cultural than books IMO...
sdaddy wrote:There are a couple of very great ones. Hyperion by Dan Simmons. 1984 by Orwell. Rendevouz with Rama from Arthur C. Clarke (like 2001). Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keye. They all approach perfection. And yes, I do like science fiction.
cjmcjmcjmcjm wrote:Why study physical chemistry when you can study ethanol metabolism through practical methods?
no-genius Oct, 2007 wrote:I've said this before, but Hitchhikers.
...Of the books I read recently, it would have to be VALIS by Philip K Dick.
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