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Old 10-09-2019, 07:12 PM   #51 (permalink)
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The Expanse! I'm on book 3. Loving it as I anxiously await Season 4...
I'm about 20% through book 1

Realizing they pretty much nailed the characters in the series. It's not exact exact but so far, damn close to how they are described in the books

Do you know when season 4 comes out?

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Old 10-09-2019, 08:28 PM   #52 (permalink)
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OG 'the expanse' is "cold as ice" by charles sheffield and the rest of the trilogy.

Snow Crash is really fun and so is Diamond Age.

Ninefox Gambit is a new book that I really like. Its a very weird place. I went through the whole trilogy and liked the other books less, and there is some lots of weird stuff but I liked this first book a ton.

My favorite Heinlein is Glory Road but I like all of his adolescent novels also.

A book I really enjoyed was "Between the Strokes of Night" by charles sheffield. love this one.
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Old 10-09-2019, 08:52 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Have you tried
Children of Time - Adrian Tchaikovsky
The Silvers Ships series - S. H. Jucha
Expeditionary Force series - Craig Alanson
Discovery Series - Salvador Mercer
Earthcore - Scott Sigler
Lost Colonies series - B. V. Larson
Run Program - Scott Meyer

Thats most of the real sci-fi from my audible library (at least the first 10 pages). I do find that most of my books tend to be litrpg lately though
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