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Stephen Baxter

Discussion in 'Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Books' started by shadforth, Apr 6, 2011.

  1. shadforth

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    I like the sound of Baxter's 'Titan'. Has anyone read this or any of his other sci-fi novels?
     
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    Yes. I've read Raft, Timelike Infinity and Flood and several of his short stories. Very entertaining hard SF author.
     
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    Thanks,joderu95.
     
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    I love this book & this author. I went through a long period of only reading him. I love hard scifi, and he knows so much about pysics that it's hard to separate real physics from fiction.
     
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    Currently Reading:
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    Titan was the best sci/fi novel I read in 2011,and I've since read Baxter's Raft & Timelike Infinity. Another sci/fi writer I've discovered is Jeffrey A Carver,though I'm not sure if he's classed as a hard sci/fi writer but Neptune Crossing & Strange Attractors were very entertaining,and I recently downloaded the 3rd in his Chaos Chronicles The Sea Of Infinity to my kindle.
     

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