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message 1: by Aaron (new)

Aaron (trippdigital) | 170 comments Mod
What are some of your favorite stories set in a galaxy far, far away?

I myself don't have much experience with the genre, so I'm looking forward to doing some intergalactic exploring with this month's book.

message 2: by Donovan (new)

Donovan Sotam (DSotam) | 64 comments Mod
I think the most space book I've read was Foundation by Asimov. Real good, although I suspect it's not a full "space book".

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Tatiana (tatianajb) | 2 comments Two space opera series I really got into are The Expanse by James S A Corey and The Honor Harrington series by David Weber (starts with On Basilisk Station). Both are very different, but great worlds.

message 4: by Lara, Not Laura (new)

Lara (larasaurus) | 109 comments Mod
I've started The Expanse series! It'll take me a while to get through, I'm sure... but I'm enjoying it very much so far.

message 5: by Ez, The God of Catan (new)

Ez (thevapidwench) | 287 comments Mod
Sci-fi ... I don't tend to read; Sci-Fact, I've enjoyed both Moondust: In Search of the Men Who Fell To Earth, and The Right Stuff enormously.

I still want to be an astronaut when I grow up.

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