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May be opened up to a group project if a Book Coordinator is found. Files you have completed will be used. the project: Fantastic Fiction/Science Fiction Keywords that describe the book: fantasy, scifi, socialist, utopia [/size] ============================================ [*]The reader will record the following at. , your blog, podcast, web address]" At the end of the book, say (in addition): "End of Olga Romanoff, by George Griffith.
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About the differences between Sci-Fi and Fantasy. What is it that makes a book Fantasy instead of Sci-Fi? For our first. think? Is Ender's Game Sci-Fi or Fantasy? Can you think of a book that might fit into both catagories? Tell. think it falls in. Ender's game falls solidly into SciFi. A lot of science fiction has to do with things. things that "real" people cannot do does not make the book Fantasy, does it? If not, where do you draw the line. ? How to distinguish between true science fiction and fantasy? I like what Rod Serling said: I like that . terms. Anyway, Ender's Game is genuine SF and not fantasy. Although there is FTL (faster than light) communication, that's. stories of "sword & sorcery" such as LOTR. Neither SF nor fantasy are superior to one another. They are just different. I.
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Of them as the same things. I prefer fantasy personally. I agree that SciFi and fantasy have a more clear border between than. people seem to think. I think when an author should call their book fantasy. is roughly when they don't get into explaining. To state in one sentence: SciFi is - has to. the reason why there are much less SciFi books than fantasy.) But today we can notice that SciFi has become to mean 'work set. in mind." This says to us that the line between SciFi and fantasy is only appropriate surroundings: to be set in a. categories present events that are unlikely to happen, SciFi has to stand out among fantasy books being more explanatory and intelligent. Yes!! I.
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I read a lot of YA books mixed with some adult fiction. But, for some reason I'. what turns you on as a reader. Classical romance and fantasy. Speculative fiction, all the way. I'm also into the. Young Adult's fiction, a little bit of metafiction, fantasy, and thriller books. Fantasy and Sci-fi, those are my golden genres. I. from Mills & Boon. I like fantastic fiction mostly the older books, H P Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Murray Leinster, that sort. can easily read books of all genre' but I have to say I always peruse the sci-fi/fantasy area of my. favorite author is a fiction and poetry writer. . Horror, Mystery, Scifi, and Fantasy. Two extremes, I guess, autobiographies and speculative fiction. No.
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