Flowchart: Which of NPR’s top 100 science fiction and fantasy books should you read?

Posted to Miscellaneous  |  Tags: , ,  |  Nathan Yau

SF Signal constructs a big arse flowchart to help you sift through NPR’s listener-picked top 100 science fiction and fantasy books. It’s big and scrolltastic. Check out full and printable version here. I end up at The Time Machine by Wells. You?

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