November 16th, 2006


SF Memey Thing

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It seems I've read just over half which isn't too bad. Neuromancer is for me the classic case of the difference between "I like this" (I didn't, I hated it) and "This is good" (which it is, just don't ever ask me to read it again).

I think that there should be one of the Heinlein juveniles in the list though; they were the novels that really started the YA market and have been enormously influential to other writers.