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?
I ended up at Wolfe’s Book of the New Sun, which I completely love. I guess it works.
I went for the list…. Too much, too granular.
Dittos. Plus Cryptonomicon is not a science fiction book.
I can’t read this thing!!
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