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Cibola Burn
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Halo by Martin  Robinson
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A Blink of the Screen by Terry Pratchett
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The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke
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The Deep Range by Arthur C. Clarke
The Deep Range
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Armaments Race by Arthur C. Clarke
Armaments Race
by Arthur C. Clarke
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No Morning After by Arthur C. Clarke
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Jupiter Five by Arthur C. Clarke
Jupiter Five
by Arthur C. Clarke
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The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate by Ted Chiang
“Nothing erases the past. There is repentance, there is atonement, and there is forgiveness. That is all, but that is enough.”
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Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan
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Terry Pratchett
“All this good fortune, all this fierce joy ... it was wrong. Surely the universe could not allow this amount of happiness in one man, not without presenting a bill. Somewhere a big dark wave was cresting, and when it broke over his head it would wash everything away. Some days, he was sure he could hear its distant roar ...”
Terry Pratchett

Terry Pratchett
“And therefore education at the University mostly worked by the age-old method of putting a lot of young people in the vicinity of a lot of books and hoping that something would pass from one to the other, while the actual young people put themselves in the vicinity of inns and taverns for exactly the same reason.”
Terry Pratchett, Interesting Times

Terry Pratchett
“You take a bunch of people who don't seem any different from you and me, but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem.”
Terry Pratchett, Monstrous Regiment

Karl Marlantes
“But just below the grim tranquility he had learned to display, he cursed with boiling intensity the ambitious men who used him and his troops to further their careers. He cursed the air wing for not trying to get any choppers in through the clouds. He cursed the diplomats arguing about round and square tables. He cursed the South Vietnamese making money off the black market. He cursed the people back home gorging themselves in front of their televisions. Then he cursed God. Then there was no one else to blame and he cursed himself for thinking God would give a shit.”
Karl Marlantes, Matterhorn

Jane Jacobs
“When distance and convenience sets in; the small, the various and the personal wither away.”
Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities