It's May 2019: What sci-fi book are you reading?


In the name of the Pizza Lord. Charge!
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I've just finished Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. It's an amazing book. Soft SF I would say, more focused on characters, well one character in particular.
I went through a roller coaster ride of emotions with this book and that doesn't happen very much. It's one of those books that's all about the human condition that has the ability to touch and leave the mark on its reader.

It's part of a Gollancz SF Masterworks for a reason. Highly recommend it to all of you here.

Derk of Derkholm

Journeyed there and back again
Indeed, this book is a classic!
Are you on a quest to read good, classic SF books?
I would suggest "Norstilia" by Cordwainer Smith, but there are soooooo many other good books.