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Science Fiction Ranked

Jumping on the Science Fiction ranking bandwagon. Personally, I haven't seen the other lists yet, but I am sure they are just as nice as mine. I thought that I might also contribute and spread the word of Sci-Fi further, for it deserves that much. Also including my favourite representations of the genres.
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14) Young Adult Twilight-esque dystopian future jack-off
Needless to say, I'm too old for this crap.
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13) War Sci-Fi
Kurt Vonnegut - Slaughterhouse Five (kind of)
Harry Harrison - Deathworld series
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12) Slipstream
Thaddeus Mobley - The Planet Wyh
(^ heh)
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11) Dystopian
Yevgeny Zamyatin - We
Philip K. Dick - The Man in the High Castle
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10) Horror Sci-Fi
Ricahrd Matheson - I Am Legend
H. P. Lovecraft - Cthulhu series
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9) Post-Apocalyptic
Cormac McCarthy - The Road
Walter M. Miller, Jr. - A Canticle for Leibowitz
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8) Dying Earth
It's more powerful than Post-Apocalyptic, because you see your demise coming from afar and there is hardly anything you can do about it.
Brian W. Aldiss - Greybeard
Phyllis D. James - The Children of Men
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7) Satirical
Stanislaw Lem - The Star Diaries
Stanislaw Lem - The Futurological Congress (for you, butcherbabe)
The Strugatski Brothers - Monday Starts on Saturday (this is a Snoop Dogg to my Drifter)
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6) Cyberpunk
William Gibson - Virtual Light (way better than Neuromancer, imo)
Richard K. Morgan - Altered Carbon
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5) New Weird
China Miéville - The City and the City
Ian R. MacLeod - The Light of Ages
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4) Otherworldly
Frank Herbert - Dune
Brian W. Aldiss - Helliconia series
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3) Hard Sci-Fi
Neal Stephenson - Anathem
Arthur C. Clarke - Rendezvous With Rama (duh)
Stanislaw Lem - Tales of Pirx the Pilot (for you, butcherbabe)
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2) Space Opera
A classic idea of Sci-Fi, the magnificence of an endless Weltraum that might contain just about anything your imagitaion dares to produce.
Dan Simmons - Hyperion series
Frederik Pohl - Heechee series
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1) Steam-fucking-Punk, baby! (and all the other Punks)
China Miéville - Bas-Lag series
William Gibson and Bruce Sterling - The Difference Engine
Felix J. Palma - The Map of Time
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