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Jean-Paul Sartre: Basic Writings
Stephen Priest
A Deepness in the Sky
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The Best Of Arthur C. Clarke
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Isaac Asimov
The Complete Robot
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The Illustrated A Brief History of Time and the Universe in a Nutshell
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A Scanner Darkly
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Minority Report and Other Stories
Philip K. Dick, Keir Dullea
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
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reviewed: Neverwhere
A good and interesting book. Quite useful to read when the mundane cares of the world threaten to drown you, in your little o...
Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman
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reviewed: The Color of Magic
While the book itself is part of the Discworld -- wonderful series that are quite refreshing, smart and funny, but no doubt y...
The Color of Magic - Terry Pratchett
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