Okay, we're not interested in book titles here, just authors. Have fun!
*Margeret Wies and Tracy Hickman
*Orson Scott Card
*Alan Dean Foster
!! how could you not mention Stephen Baxter and Robert J Sawyer?? Vacuum Diagrams and Calculating God were such good books! :D
11-26-02, 09:36 PM
Robert Anton Wilson
11-26-02, 09:43 PM
oh and Michael Morecock too.
Stephen Baxter and Robert J Sawyer
Sorry, never heard of them, I'll check the library. Michael Morecock doesn't sound familiar either.
Anyone who's smart enough to dream up anything but that stupid good versus evil shit.
There is no god, afterlife or divine love. There is only Entropy, the mother from which we were all born. She tugs our souls with the beautiful, maternal love of chaos. Why do you keep Her waiting?
Zero: I think you'd like Calculating God and Vaccuum Diagrams. Neither of them are really a good vs evil book.
12-02-02, 06:49 AM
Well, they all have good vs evil, but doing more with that and making the idea more intricate would likely make the book more interesting...
12-03-02, 11:53 AM
ect...ect..ect...Far too many good SciFi writers to list.
Far too many good SciFi writers to list
Not to forget the fantasy.
12-03-02, 06:08 PM
Terry Goodkind (my dad knows him!!)
Something I'd love to do is meet the people on the list. PReferably before the old ones die.
12-04-02, 03:55 PM
George R.R. Martin - the Good versus Evil theme is very much toned down / blurred (at least in his first book, haven't made it to the second or third as of it)
a few of my favorites: