Re: [OT] Suggested Sci-Fi
From: "Mark A. Siefert" <siefert@m...>
Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 19:35:07 -0500
Subject: Re: [OT] Suggested Sci-Fi
> G Baily lamented
> > *sigh* I miss reading some good sf. Anyone have any suggested
> > readings of new novels?
> I really enjoyed the "Uplift" Saga by David Brin. Can't say how they
> Asimov or Niven, but I would recommend them. Basically two
> "Sundiver", "Startide Rising", "The Uplift War"
> "Brightness Reef", "Infinity's Shores", "Heaven's Reach"
Well, if you are interested in educated apes and cetaceans, give
Probability Broach by L. Neil Smith a try. Currently, I'm in the middle
of his latest release (or rather re-release) "The Forge of the Elders."
L. Neil's libertarian style of sci-fi is "polemic" to say the
However, they are quite humorous, filled with satire and action, and
have some far out technology.
Mark A. Siefert
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