what is your favourite science fictions? I read a fabulous novel yesterday.

China
April 30, 2008 7:06am CST
In fact,many people apprecitate science fiction film,just because they have some marvellous special effects. Do you like reading science fictions during free time? and if yes,what is your favourate? some classic science fictions are really amazing!! " Time machine" "base trilogy" "Minority Report"... I read a science fiction named "three body", and I finished read it at one setting, and feel thrilled so much that I can not sleep. It is a good novel about the loyalty and treason. There is a alien culture called "three body" in the archer, their planet was surrended by three suns. the aliens must confer the discipline of three suns to develop their culture. sometimes there is no sun,and all the life were frozen to death; sometimes there were three suns, and the alien life were burned by the sunlight. The aline had evolve a strange ability: they can dehydrate their boby and to protect in some atrocious eviroment. At the same time, some people are despair of humun culture on earth. They commulated with " three body aliens" by two protons -- In fact, the protons are supercomputer made by "three boby aliens". And "the three body army" will arrive at the earth after 450 years. The human beings must fight with betrayers on earth and prepare for the futher space war with aliens. However, the novel ends here. And I hope the witter finished the subsequent story in the second book.
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@nowment (1758)
• United States
30 Apr 08
I am a big fan of Peter David, who writes some fantasy, some comic, some star trek, but he has a great sense of humor and the ability to write characters I would want to know if they were real people. I have always loved Heinlein's Friday, not sure why I just for some reason really always enjoyed that book, and of course yes H.G. Wells Time Machine and other of his stories but then like Jules Verne he has been credited with creating the genre so that is part of it. Journey to the Center of the Earth Jules Verne, is another classic that is just a great read And some of the alternate reality books by Harry Turtledove a kind of what if of events that change history, such as what if Lincoln wasn't assisinated, what if the roman empire never fell, what if the French won the war for control of north america, what if the hebrews conquered the egyptians and enslaved them instead of becoming slaves in egypt? Those types of scifi stories intrigue me.
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30 Apr 08
I've always been a fan of writers like Larry Niven, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C Clarke and John Wyndham. At the moment I'm reading the first book in the "Chung Kuo" series by David Wingrove.