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Joost,
het boek "Eckart's notes", is dat de moeite waard?

Christine
Hi, "the Bridge" is not SF, it's a novel. Hard to get into, but fascinating. As Iain M Banks he has written many SF novels. Most of them are part of the "Culture" series. Humanity has evolved and is called "the culture". But you can read them in any sequence because apart from the common contexts, they're separate books. I like "the Player of Games" because the theme is very interesting.

But remember, his SF novels are a little tongue in cheek. That is, that's how I interprete them.
I think we have met :-) Nice to see you again here on LT. We do share some interests in books, I see. The Wasp factory is one of Iain Banks' best books, it's his first, but I can recommend the science fiction series also. It's a little tongue in cheek, but very well written, like all his books. The bridge is my favorite.
Joost, welcome to LibraryThing! For a user who joined only yesterday, you have an impressive library online :-)
I went through it and "borrowed" some of the books, like books I have and have read but I hadn't entered so far. Way easier to grab them from somebody else's collection if you don't have them at hand to enter.

You're right about the works in Dutch. The current solution is in the Combiners! group. That's a group of volunteers combining and/or separating authors and works. If you speak a language we don't, please volunteer :-)
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