Robert J. Sawyer’s SF Picks for Non-SF Readers

Robert J. Sawyer has resurrected an old post citing a list of SF books that non sf readers would enjoy.

Sawyer’s picks:

  • The Caves of Steel by Isaac Asimov
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke
  • The Ghost from the Grand Banks by Arthur C. Clarke
  • Neuromancer by William Gibson
  • Beggars in Spain by Nancy Kress
  • Inferno by Mike Resnick
  • Manhattan Transfer by John E. Stith
  • Mysterium by Robert Charles Wilson

2 thoughts on “Robert J. Sawyer’s SF Picks for Non-SF Readers”

  1. I was very upset with the fact that the sci-fi channel would schedule pro wrestling on their programming. It was upsetting because I see it on monday night and fine it disrespectful and annoying with all the butt kissing and stupid stuff that so many seem to enjoy. The sad thing is that many tune in and believe these tings are true and etched in stone. I have watched the sci fi channel as a way of escaping from this kind of stff. I used to enjoy watching wrestling for the talent and energy and team work the wrestlers required. Now it is just a sexual displace. I understand it is just a money making ting. I choose not to watch it but if others choose to that is their cjoice. I was just sadened that it was put on the sci-fi channel and could not understand why.

  2. Well, Barb, I think a lot of us would agree with your sentiments, but they might have been better expressed in something other than a comment about Robert J. Sawyer’s SF Picks for non-SF readers.

    :D

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