What is the best classic Sci-Fi Book Or Series? Here's what's going on to the final round.
I can't really write full articles right now (though I'm plugging away at my next one during the easy periods of this––it comes and goes), but I can still try to get some of my easier (jazz hands) posts up. And poll results are easy! (Tabulating the nominations is a PITA that takes a little while, but that part has already been done.) So here you go.
Thank you all for taking the time to participate in this one. The top four will go on to our final round. Which if I'm not feeling too miserable, should go up tomorrow.
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1984 - G. Orwell 63 25.51%
The Disposessed - U. K. Le Guin 39 15.79%
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep - P. Dick 31 12.55%
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress - R. Heinlein 29 11.74%
Brave New World - A. Huxley 29 11.74%
Flowers for Algernon - D. Keyes 28 11.34%
A Canticle for Leibowitz - W. Miller 17 6.88%
The Day of the Triffids - J. Wyndham 11 4.45%
Sorry that I somehow missed the preliminary rounds, but glad to see there's a John Wyndham in there.ReplyDelete
Canticle for Leibowitz is pure gold. Get well soon!ReplyDelete