Discussion in 'The Bar' started by RH Goatcabin, Aug 13, 2011.
Vonnegut - Cat's Cradle
Hard to beat Vonnegut.....Sirens of Titan
I went through a mad Vonnegut phase. I think I read them all
I also re-read Fahrenheit 451 recently and was kinda disappointed
We are very proud of our native Hoosier son, Vonnegut. May he rest in peace. Philip K. Dick is really good as well.
I'm in the middle of a 1200+ page epic sci-fi that is good but I got overwhelmed
by it's massive size and scope and put it down for a bit, picked up January's Dancer
by Michael Flynn, sounded good but the back cover makes more sense than the story
contained within, now I am lost and listless and yearning for some good sci-fi.
I would like to help you Goatcabin but I'm pretty much spent on all fiction. I like real stuff now
Grate Expectations by Edmund Wells?
Rarnaby Budge by Charles Dikkens?
Ethel the Aardvark goes Quantity Surveying?
The Amazing Adventures of Captain Gladys Stoutpamphlet and her Intrepid Spaniel Stig Amongst the Giant Pygmies of Beckles (Volume 8)?
Have you read Stick Wick Staples with 4 M's and a Silent Q?
I tried W.H. Smiths, they sent me here
The Bible -- though that's more of a zombie tale
actually, read The Caves of
Don't mind if I do.