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Re: OT- literature

Ditto on the Greg Bear: But get "Songs of Earth and Power" first.  Any musician would tend to love it I suspect.
I think Bear also did one of the books in a post-mortem "Foundation" trilogy, those were a good read also.  I went back also to read "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" last year, right before the 'last' director's cut of "Blade Runner" came out... nice contrast, both great works.  Vangelis, btw, has been allowed to release all the music he did for the film, in a 3-CD set.  Sigh, I love incidental music!
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Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: OT- literature

if you like vonnegut, why not try some greg bear. i read Eon when i was about 18 years old and it blew my mind. i can also recommend The Forge of God as a good starting point for his stuff