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I also like hard sci-fi when it deals with alternate timelines or alternative explainations of history. I.e. Mutiner's Moon or Battlestar Galactica which both have Humanity originating from some other planet.
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They all have some fantasy in them, but are quite classical litterature, though.
Well, go on enjoying reading
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Hmm an author called Karen Slaughter I think, she wrote a crim thriller that I found interesting, Dark House.
Friedrich Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil, philological and philosophical writings.
Orson Welles - 1984 and Animal Farm are good too.
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An amazing collection and I highly reccommend it.
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Therefore Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrel is my top favorite book and has been so for a while. The characters were delightfully entertaining and original, I couldn't find a reason to dislike any of the characters.
Stephen Fry's Revenge(or "The Stars' Tennis Balls"), which I just read recently, delighted me to no end. Strangely enough, it's the complete opposite to Jonathan Strange when it comes to the characters because I loathed all but one passionately. I still loved the story, however.
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'Do you know what it feels like, loving someone who's in a rush to throw you away?
Do you know what it feels like, to be the last one to know the lock on the door has changed?' - Enrique Iglesias <3
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