Series: Ilium-Olympos

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Ilium by Dan Simmons1
Ilium, Part 1 by Dan Simmons1 [part 1 of 2]
Ilium, Part 2 by Dan Simmons1 [part 2 of 2]
Olympos by Dan Simmons2
Olympos, Part 1 by Dan Simmons2 [part 1 of 2]
Olympos, Part 2 by Dan Simmons2 [part 2 of 2]
Ilium and Olympos by Dan SimmonsOmnibus 1-2

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  1. Hyperion by Dan Simmons (1989)
  2. Il dominio della Regina. Le cronache del ghiaccio e del fuoco vol. 8 by George R. R. Martin (2006)
  3. Tempesta di spade. Le cronache del ghiaccio e del fuoco vol. 5 by George R. R. Martin (2003)
  4. Cryptonomicon, Part 2 (of 3) by Neal Stephenson (1900)
  5. L'ombra della profezia. Le cronache del ghiaccio e del fuoco vol. 9 by George R. R. Martin (2007)
  6. Revelation Space by Alastair Reynolds (2000)
  7. The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov (1955)
  8. Opus Dos by Angélica Gorodischer (1990)
  9. A Fire Upon the Deep by Vernor Vinge (1992)
  10. La nave by Tomás Salvador (1974)
  11. Ciencia ficcion: Guia de lectura (Nova ciencia ficcion) (Spanish Edition) by Miquel Barceló (1990)
  12. La regina dei draghi. Le cronache del ghiaccio e del fuoco vol. 4 by George R. Martin (2002)
  13. Mundo de dioses by Rafael Marin (1900)
  14. Premio UPC 1993 (Nova ciencia ficcion) (Spanish Edition) by Elia Barceló (1994)
  15. Singularity Sky by Charles Stross (2003)
    Same series: Iron Sunrise (The Eschaton)

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