Fiction Books you Must read
Pierson's puppeteers, strange, three-legged, two-headed aliens, have discovered an immense structure in a hitherto unexplored part of the universe. Frightened of meeting the builders of such a structure, the puppeteers set about assembling a team consisting of two humans, a puppeteer and a kzin, an alien not unlike an eight-foot-tall, red-furred cat, to explore it.
The artefact is a vast circular ribbon of matter, some 180 million miles across, with a sun at its centre - the Ringworld.
But the expedition goes disastrously wrong when the ship crashlands and its motley crew faces a trek across thousands of miles of the Ringworld's surface.
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Green Valley Book Fair2007-03-07 07:46:16 by want_a_library
Have any of you ever been to the Green Valley Book Fair in Virginia? (not logged in so can't post links, but if you google it, the first link is their website)
Anyway I would really like to go, but I'm getting the feeling that while there are millions of books, they're mostly Christian, self-help, obscure sci-fi, and chick-lit. Nothing against those genres, it's just not what I want to buy.
So if anyone's been, I'd love to know if there are typically other types of books there. I'm interested in "must-read" classics, contemporary literary fiction, and travel literature (as opposed to guidebooks
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