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Hey lssian - Just saw your post about [The Machine Stops] over at Science Fiction Fans. Let me know what you think when you get to it. Thanks!

Any Greg Egan is pretty good. I read Quarantine first and really enjoyed the human brain software concept. I found Diaspora amazing. Just indescribable really.

Maybe tell me what kinds of things you like in your science fiction, because the books are somewhat different from each other. I'd want you to like whatever you read, so that you read the rest. :)
I dug up my Bonnie and Clyde. Seems like it's not high literature or anything, but probably a fun read. Sort of old-fashioned in a way. And probably more salacious than accurate. But you wouldn't expect any different, right?

And a quick read, too. I'll bet. Probably nice for a spring afternoon out in the backyard... and then a nap in the light of the setting sun.

Let me know how you like it whenever you've read it.

Haven't actually read the Bonnie and Clyde book, yet. I've flipped through it though. It's not a scholarly history or anything, but it looks fun at least.

I'll see if I can't locate the thing and take a closer look at it.
Thank you for your comment. Indeed, I had mistagged the Durang from top to bottom. Allow me to reciprocate: The Dirt Eaters is probably not best classified as "tag your face."
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