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1946

Foundation and Empire (Foundation Trilogy #2, Series #4)

by Asimov, Isaac

Hari Seldon, brilliant psycho-historian and founder of the technologically superior Foundation, couldn't have predicted the birth of the extraordinary mutant: the Mule. The Foundation's future is no longer assured, and the Mule's military genius and telepathic abilities to turn the strongest-willed human into an obedient slave may spell the end of mankind. Book 2 of the Hugo winning Foundation Trilogy.

1951

Farmer in the Sky

by Heinlein, Robert A.

George Lerner was shipping out for Ganymede to join the fledgling colony and Bill wanted to go along, but his father would not hear of it.

1953

The Demolished Man

by Bester, Alfred

Ben Reich maneuvers his way through murder in a world policed by telepaths.

1954

Fahrenheit 451

by Bradbury, Ray

Futuristic story of a society which burns books, and a man who tries to change things.

1955

The Forever Machine

by Clifton, Mark and Riley, Frank

Bossy was right. Always. Invariably. She was limited only in that she had to have facts -- not assumptions -- with which to work. Given those facts, her conclusions and predictions were inevitably correct. And that made Bossy a 'ticking bomb.'

1956

Double Star

by Heinlein, Robert A.

When the most important statesman of the 21st century disappears on Mars, the only hope of preventing interplanetary war lies in a ham actor's ability to impersonate the missing leader well enough to fool two worlds.

1958

The Big Time (Change of War series)

by Leiber, Fritz

In a room outside of space-time doctors, entertainers, and wounded soldiers find themselves trapped with an atomic bomb. See long synopsis.

1959

A Case of Conscience

by Blish, James

An intersteller expedition from Earth discovers on a lithium rich planet an intelligent and peaceful reptilian race that raises political, ethical, and religious questions

1960

Starship Troopers

by Heinlein, Robert A.

Juan Rico earns his stripes as a private, then moving up to officer in the Mobile Infantry. The M.I. is an interstellar infantry force trying desperately to prevent humankind from being destroyed by the 'bugs', intelligent spider-like beings who live in hive colonies.

1961

A Canticle for Leibowitz

by Miller Jr., Walter M.

The classic sci-fi story about a post apocalyptic world and its religion.

1963

The Man in the High Castle

by Dick, Philip K.

"The single most resonant and carefully imagined book of Dick's career." - New York TimesIt's America in 1962. Slavery is legal once again. The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names.

1964

The Way Station

by Simak, Clifford D.

HE WAS THE KEEPER OF INTERGALACTIC WAY STATION 18327 ... and he had one goal: To prepare Earth to join the other races of the universe.

1965

The Wanderer

by Leiber, Fritz

A large object (flying saucer? atomic fireball?) is heading toward earth. Its sheer impossibility is belied by the massive earthquakes and tidal surges though.

1966

Dune (Dune Chronicles, Book 1)

by Herbert, Frank

1965 Nebula Award winning Sci Fi. 1966 Hugo award winner.

This Immortal

by Zelazny, Roger

1967

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

by Heinlein, Robert A.

1967 Hugo Award winner.

1968

Lord of Light

by Zelazny, Roger

Earth is long since dead. On a colony planet, a band of men has gained control of technology, made themselves immortal, and now rules their world as the gods of the Hindu pantheon. Only one dares oppose them: he who was once Siddhartha and is now Mahasamatman. Binder of Demons. Lord of Light.

1969

Stand on Zanzibar

by Brunner, John

There are seven billion-plus humans crowding the surface of 21st century Earth. It is an age of intelligent computers, mass-market psychedelic drugs, politics conducted by assassination, scientists who burn incense to appease volcanoes ...all the hysteria of a dangerously overcrowded world, portrayed in a dazzlingly inventive style.

1970

The Left Hand of Darkness (Hainish #4)

by Ursula K. Le Guin

The sci-fi classic about a Terran male who goes to Gethen, where people go through cycles, becoming male or female once a month. Winner of the Nebula and Hugo awards.

1971

Ringworld (Ringworld #1)

by Niven, Larry

Four travelers explore a gigantic world in the shape of a ring in this Hugo award winning science fiction novel.

1972

To Your Scattered Bodies Go

by Farmer, Philip José

First volume in the Riverworld series. All of humanity, everyone that ever lived has suddenly awakened on a world, a river world. You may not find your name in this book, but you're here.

1973

The Gods Themselves

by Asimov, Isaac

Only a few know the terrifying truth--an outcast Earth scientist, a rebellious alien inhabitant of a dying planet, a lunar-born human intuitionist who senses the imminent annihilation of the Sun. They know the truth--but who will listen?

1974

Rendezvous with Rama

by Clarke, Arthur C.

The first images, from 10000 km away, brought a halt to all activities of mankind. On a billion TV screens, a tiny cylinder grew rapidly second by second. Everyone knew it wasn't a natural object. First book in Clarke's Rama series.

1975

The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia

by Ursula K. Le Guin

In this humanistic, Nebula-winning novel, a visionary scientist tries to break down walls between a materialistic world and a Utopia based on individual freedom, collectivism, and social pressure.

1976

The Forever War

by Haldeman, Joe

Imagine yourself conscripted to fight an Interstellar war that willlast.

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