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Old 04-07-2010, 03:58 AM   #6
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Project Gutenberg

Well on the bright side you can still download most of the classics through Project Gutenberg since they are text or html files. So while currently there are less new books out, there are still plenty of public domain ones.

I recommend H Beam Pipers "Little Fuzzy" at Project Gutenberg, a very good sci-fi book concerning how can you tell a species is sentient.

NYT list is over rated anyway *grins* Though I did really enjoy Malcom Gladwells Outliers, which is currently not available through Fictionwise.

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