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Foundation: The Foundation Trilogy, Book 1
Isaac Asimov
Very entertaining story about psychology and space.
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Foundation and Empire: The Foundation Trilogy, Book 2
Isaac Asimov
Very entertaining continuation of the first story about psychology and space.
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Second Foundation: The Foundation Trilogy, Book 3
Isaac Asimov
Very entertaining conclusion to the story about psychology and space.
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Fahrenheit 451
Ray Bradbury
A thought provoking story about society and the tendencies we have towards hate and control.
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Ender's Game
Orson Scott Card
Very entertaining and thought provoking story.
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Childhood's End
Arthur C. Clarke
Good depiction of how we could evolve in the future.
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The Hunger Games
Suzanne Collins
Well written view of how society can be twisted if people choose to only see what they want to.
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Dune
Frank Herbert
Inspired by a visit to the famed sand dunes of Oregon, Herbert delved into research on environmental science and related matters as he began to chart the long, complex backstory of his epic, which ultimately came to span some twenty-one thousand years of future history. Through canny and judicious t...show more
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Watership Down
Richard Adams
One of the most phenomenal international bestsellers of the 1970s, Watership Down is an immersive saga that traverses great themes and feelings—courage, frailty, community, ecology, responsibility, friendship, love—while holding readers on the edge of their metaphorical seats. And oh, yes—it’s a 500...show more
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
L. Frank Baum
There’s no greater tribute to the pleasures of L. Frank Baum’s book than to say that the story is so good that it isn’t overwhelmed by the images from the wonderful Judy Garland movie. The story unfolds with a declarative matter-of-factness that puts no barrier between the real and the imagined; bec...show more
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