Summer is a great time for some Science Fiction reading, don't you think?
These are some of the books I've read or am reading for a summer course (20th Century Science Fiction). I've always been a lover of the Science Fiction genre, but it's nice to have a very specific slice to be reading and studying (we're also [re]reading Ender's Game and Fahrenheit 451, but I didn't feel like taking a picture of my old ratty copies). It's also interesting to compare the mostly American stories to some late 1960's Russian Science Fiction that I read last month (June was also my "read as much by Nabokov as I could" month).
And now, in regards to the Steampunk edge of Sciencey Fiction...
Hacker got me the set of the first 9 volumes in the Girl Genius series for my birthday!
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How about you - are you doing some serious (or not so serious) summer reading?
[ETA: if the whole Steampunk thing intrigues you [and you're into cosplay, sewing, and/or dressing - howdoyousay - uniquely]... check out this video by the Threadbanger crew]