Sci-Fi from the Dark Side

A collection of some of the weirdest sci-fi ever written.
This book explore the consequences of unchecked population growth on society; something we are facing currently.
It's a banned book. You have to read it.
When the world quietens down after a long and intense day, I want a book that is nothing too elaborate or big - just simple, good writing and a reasonable length to help me relax. This is it.
Youth, Isaac Asimov
George Orr is a man whose dreams, literally, come true; he dreams something, and when he wakes up the world has changed. There's an unscrupulous psychiatrist who wants to exploit George's gift, a love story, some interesting aliens, and a great ending.
The Lathe of Heaven, Ursula Le Guin
A prolific novel. The concept of an Internet already existed when Gibson wrote Neuromancer in 1984: In the early eighties, several universities had strung together various systems of servers via a telecom link. What Gibson introduced was the idea of a global network of millions of computers, which he described in astonishing detail--though the World Wide Web.
Kurt Vonnegut is perhaps the most under-rated author of our literary history.
2 B R 0 2 B, Kurt Vonnegut, J.R.
It's tempting for me to call this book "Traditional Science Fiction." Or "Classic Science Fiction" or something along those lines. But what I really mean to say is that this is a story where the science is one of the central aspects of the story.
Rendezvous with Rama, Arthur Clarke
Lessing's best novel to many who have read it!
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