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Old 05-21-2008, 05:15 PM   #3
Ralph Sir Edward
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Here's some reading for your edification...

Free - Baen book free library ($4 contributions accepted)

David Drake - Old Nathan - Historical Fantasy set in the 1830's Tennesee (by a hard science fiction writer)

Keith Laumer - Retief! (humorous satirical SF)

James H Schmidt - Tezley Amberdon - (telepathy)

James P Hogan - Inherent The Stars - (Space Opera, 1st in a trilogy)

Andre Norton - Time Traders - (Time Travel)

Eric Flint - 1632 - (Alternate History)

And if you can handle bad science in science fiction (for historical purposes)...The First readable Space Opera - Skylark Three (just to see where S/F has come from....) Project Gutenberg

A variety of types and styles, and competitvely priced.
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