Top 50 Books

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1. The Great Gatsby — F. Scott Fitzgerald (1925)
2. Prague — Arthur Phillips (2002)
3. “Please Kill Me” — The Oral History of Punk Rock (2006)
4. “And So It Goes” — Linda Ellerbee (1986)
5. A Bridge Too Far — Cornelius Ryan (1974)
6. The Making of Star Trek (1968)/Star Trek: The Inside Story (1996)
7. Star Trek Technical Manual — Franz Joseph (1975)
8. Replay — Ken Grimwood (1986)
9. I, Claudius — Robert Graves (1935)
10. Moby Dick — Herman Melville (1851)
11. The Forever War — Joe Haldeman (1974)
12. Galapagos — Kurt Vonnegut (1985)
13. The Screwtape Letters/The Great Divorce — C.S. Lewis
14. Unbearable Lightness of Being — Milan Kundera (1984)
15: They Went That-A-Way: How the Famous, the Infamous, and the Great Died — Malcolm Forbes & Jeff Bloch (1988)

::::: SHORT STORIES :::::

1: The Winter Market — William Gibson (1986)
2: Ripples in the Dirac Sea — Geoffrey Landis (1988)
3: The Days of Solomon Gursky — Ian McDonald (1998)
4: The Marching Morons — Cyril M. Kornbluth (1951)
5: Frost and Fire — Ray Bradbury (1946)
6: Johnny Mnemonic — William Gibson (1981)
7. Queen of the Black Coast — Robert E. Howard (1934)
8: A Sound of Thunder — Ray Bradbury (1952)
9: The Cabin in the Woods — Richard Laymon (2002)
10: The Ugly Little Boy  —  Isaac Asimov (1958)
11: The Dead Past —  Isaac Asimov (1956)
12: Count the Clock That Tells Time  — Harlan Ellison (1979)
13: Babylon Revisited  —  F. Scott Fitzgerald (1931)
14: Arena — Fredric Brown (1944)
15: The Eighth Room — Stephen Baxter (1989)
16: They’re Made Out of Meat —Terry Bisson (1990)
17: All You Zombies — Robert Heinlein (1959)
18: The Property of a Lady — Ian Flemming (1963)
19: Spew — Neal Stephenson (1994)
20: Day Million — Frederik Pohl (1966)

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