Queen Mab (poisonedapple) wrote in bookish,
Queen Mab
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I asked for fantasy recommendations a couple months ago and got tons of amazing books out of it (everyone, thanks again for your help!), so I thought it was worth asking again now that I'm on the lookout for... SCI-FI! Honestly, this a genre that's eluded me my entire life, but I've been very intrigued by it as of late. I mean, I love the Star Wars and Alien franchises, as well as Firefly, and I recently got super into Mass Effect, but I never really read many science fiction books. All I can think of are the Uglies series, The Giver, 1984, The Hunger Games, and Ray Bradbury's books and short stories - all of which I thoroughly enjoyed. So, I'm going into this with nearly a completely blank slate.

Right now I'm probably the most interested in something that explores the cultures of alien species, robots, and future civilizations in general, as well as anything involving virtual reality, but since I have so little to go by, I'm open to all recommendations. Thank you so much! ♥
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