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Interesting Readings Message Board › Flowchart helps you decide which of NPR's 100 best scifi books to read

Flowchart helps you decide which of NPR's 100 best scifi books to read

Eric C
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Coatesville, PA
Post #: 8
Check this out!

SciFi Book Flowchart

Perhaps it can lead us to our next book.

Gwen W.
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Group Organizer
West Chester, PA
Post #: 14
This is excellent! Thanks for sharing it.
Katharine E.
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West Chester, PA
Post #: 1
So much fun! I went down the sci-fi side and ended up with The Culture Series by Iain M. Banks, and I went down the Fantasy side and ended up with Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke.

Just for the heck of it I picked "Why Can't I Have Both?" and wound up with The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fford.
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