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    Top 100 science fiction novels - How many have you read?

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    Only 9! But to be fair, I've seen the movie version of a lot of them. If I count movies I've "read" 15
    So I'm adding these to my deployment list of books to read.

    So how many have you read?


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    Only 4, but that's more than I thought. I don't think I knew what science fiction was. I own a lot of these too but I just haven't read them.

    I've read the shit out of watchmen and I am legend, though. Oh god I love I am legend. So good. And I've read Fahrenheit 451 and world war z.
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    I think I read the Time Traveler's Wife, so that would bring my count to 1
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    21. I have never heard of some of those books before and now I'm super interested. Thanks
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    14. Cool list for me to go off of for future books
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    Not many at all. Science fiction wasn't a genre that I was interested in until recently.
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    Most of them but a few I started and did not like and a few others did the movie version. Only about 10 I hadn't read heard or seen. Audio books are great for sci fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorbear View Post
    21. I have never heard of some of those books before and now I'm super interested. Thanks
    There were quite a few I had never heard of, but I'm excited to read them now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by november View Post
    There were quite a few I had never heard of, but I'm excited to read them now.
    Read I am legend! It's such a mindfuck, and so much different from the will smith movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Read I am legend! It's such a mindfuck, and so much different from the will smith movie.
    That's one of my movie books I need to read it. I didn't even know it was a book. It's on my list!


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