I had never heard of a "meme" until I saw this on Fatuous Observations, so I thought I'd try one myself, using Patience_Crabstick's as a template.(with her permission)
Arthur C. Clark. At one point I had 3 copies of "The City and the Stars"
No. Yes. Maybe. I get confused. What's a preposition?
Starship Troopers (Robert Heinlein)
Foundation (Issac Asimov)
Contact with Chaos (Michael Z. Williamson) Really disappointed as his other books were great.
The Last Centurion (John Ringo) Get real or die.
Absolutely no idea. Every one that's won in the past is unreadable.
The Foundation Trilogy (Issac Asimov)
After I read a particularly steamy sequence from a Ringo novel (Choosers of the Slain) I had a really weird fantasy dream involving an art teacher at my school. I'm still in therapy.
The DaVinci Code (Dan Brown)
|What a pile of crap|
C++ in 24 hours (They lie. It's nearer 156 hours, minimum)
Alas, I've only seen well-known Shakespeare.
19. Shakespeare, Milton or Chaucer?
Chaucer, because he could write smut, then Milton for the imagination, then Shakespeare for the laughs.
Neither. Both awful, boring.
For sheer amusement, "Wasp" or "Next of Kin" (Eric Frank Russell), but my overall all time favourite is "The Curse of Chalion" (Lois McMaster Bujold)
Reading poems is unnatural.
Nightfall (Isaac Asimov)
A Short History Of Nearly Everything (Bill Bryson)
Overall, Robert Heinlein,or maybe David Brin, or maybe John Varley, or maybe Lois McMaster Bujold. It depends on my mood. Oh, oh, I almost forgot Iain M. Banks and Charles Stross.
How to build a radio transmitter using coconut shells, fish bones and pubic hairs. (I.M.Getin Outahere)