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Quibbler

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  1. Okay, I'm a Dane, going to London tomorrow.. I always visit Waterstone So, I was wondering, if anyone could help with some recommendations. Sci-Fi I have bought on previous trips, and really liked: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams Hyperion Cantos - Dan Simmons The Stars My Destination - Alfred Bester The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August - Claire North The Martian - Andy Weir Gateway - Frederik Pohl The Ender Quartet - Orson Scott Card I've tried to put them in the order I liked them the most, but I loved all of them. On my to buy list, I only currently have some Isaac Asimov books / collections, that I would like to try out. Earth is Room Enough Nine Tomorrows Nightfall and other Stories I, Robot. So, what Sci-Fi books, is a must get? Or anything that are in the style of the above books, that you can recommend? On my last trip I also bought: The Lies of Locke Lamora - Scott Lynch, and I loved it. Had to order the next two books in the serie as soon as I got back home.. I love a good con artist story. I think the reason I ended up with that book, was because of recently reading the Rogues Anthology by George R. R Martin, which had a lot of good short stories.. So, besides the Sci-Fi recommendations, I'm also asking for tips about books with thiefs / rogues / con artist, prefferably in a sci-fi / fantasy theme. Ohh and I love the idea of the subreddit "Humanity, fudge Yeah!", where I've alteast been following the story "Humans don't make Good Pets".. If anyone actually read my rabble and have got some ideas, please share.. I'm gonna go spend an entire day in Waterstone looking for books anyway. If I don't get any replies, I'll most likly just look for some books from the SF masterworks list Thanks in advance
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