The two that I just reread. Mainly because they were free or almost free ebooks were: Dracula and Frankenstein . Can't remember how long ago I first read them was but I'm glade that I took the time to do it again.
joe mcclaine said:Gigahurtz said:joe mcclaine said:Hitch-Hikers' Guide To The Galaxy is the only one I've read.
Any others would need to be pretty special to come close.
Read "the stars my destination" it was written in 1950s and beat the matrix and all other sci-fi films to the punch. It's fantastic.
Just checked and it looks like I have this on my PC.
Girl at work had one of those DVDs with 10,000 books on it.
It's now on my Kindle and ready to go.
Dr Rick said:The great classic nobody read: David Zindell, Neverness.
And one everyone did: A Canticle For Leibowitz.
Dr Rick said:Against A Dark Background is a favorite, though I didn't like it the first time through.
Dr Rick said:My last favorite of the M books is probably Inversions. Though I have to be in the right mental space to be able to even try to read Feersum Endjinn, for obvious reasons!