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Old 04-11-2009, 10:31 PM   #4
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Fav Post Apocalyptic -
Lucifer's Hammer - Larry Niven
The Stand - Stephen King
Alas Babylon - Pat Frank (might be too dated for ya)

My favorite Sci-Fi
The Pride of Chanur - CJ Cherryh
Heavy Time - CJ Cherryh
Startide Rising - David Brin
Fire Upon The Deep - Vernor Vinge
Ringworld - Larry Niven
Dream Park - Larry Niven
Titan - John Varley
Gateway - Frederick Pohl

I really like Neal Stephenson's sci-fi (Snow Crash, Diamond Age) too, like him better than William Gibson - but I can't think of one I've read more than once and all of the above I've read more than twice.
Absolutely! Anything by Cherryh... and she's still adding more!
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