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100 Must-read Science Fiction Novels

Stephen E. Andrews Nick Rennison



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01 January 2007
Literary reference works; Sci-Fi Reference
A reliable guide to what science fiction is Christopher Priest, award-winning science fiction author A really good introduction to the genre SFX Magazine Perceptive and glorious Ian Watson, author of the screenplay for Steve Spielberg's A.I. Want to become a science fiction buff? Want to expand your reading in your favourite genre? This is a good place to start! From the publishers of the popular Good Reading Guide comes a rich selection of some of the finest SF novels ever published. With 100 of the best titles fully reviewed and a further 500 recommended, you'll quickly become an expert in the world of science fiction. The book is arranged by author and includes some thematic entries and special categories such as SF film adaptations, SF in rock music and Philip K. Dick in the mass media . It also includes a history of SF and a new definition of the genre, plus lists of award winners and book club recommendations. Foreword by Christopher Priest, the multiple award-winning SF author.
By:   Stephen E. Andrews, Nick Rennison
Imprint:   A & C BLACK
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 145mm,  Width: 105mm,  Spine: 16mm
Weight:   126g
ISBN:   9780713675856
ISBN 10:   0713675853
Pages:   224
Publication Date:   01 January 2007
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Steve Andrews has been a bookseller for Waterstones for more then fifteen years and has a particular knowledge of the genre. He was co-editor of the Waterstones Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy Books. Nick Rennison is a bookseller, editor and freelance writer. He is author of the Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide.

Reviews for 100 Must-read Science Fiction Novels

This neatly designed, pocket sized volume really is a good introduction to the genre. SFX Magazine (January 2007)

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