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George Orwell and Douglas Adams


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Not sure...Mark Twain, maybe.


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Mary Shelley. :D


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I've read a number of Thomas Hardy's books. Far From the Madding Crowd is the only one I have any recollection of, though.


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Asimov, Heinlein, and Adams have all been mentioned . . . .

Philip K. Dick, Mark Twain, and Jules Verne, to name an eclectic few.


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I love S. Morgenstern.

And I bet no one has ever heard of him. :D


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Jack L. Chalker, especially his three Wellworld series. The first series is five books, though the first three were meant to be a single book. At that time, publishers wouldn't print such large SF&F books and insisted it be split.

The second trilogy picks up where the first left off, while the final two books are set much later and involve none of the characters from the first eight books.

"The Rings of the Master" is another excellent series, unlike so many book series it pretty well wraps up the tale in four fairly thick volumes.

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RA Lafferty. If you haven't read his stuff, your life has a whole in it you haven't noticed


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Anne McCaffrey. Too bad her publisher wouldn't get off its arse and publish the last Pern book she and her son wrote. Now she's gone and *now* the book is going to print.

I'm hoping Todd will at least finish the book she was working on (and off and on) for years, set after the end of the Ninth Pass.

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