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Alas, Babylon is a 1959 novel by American writer Pat Frank.  It was one of the first apocalyptic novels of the nuclear age and has remained more than half century after it was first published. The novel's title is derived from the Book of Revelation "Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come." My Rating 5/5

Alas, Babylon is a 1959 novel by American writer Pat Frank. It was one of the first apocalyptic novels of the nuclear age and has remained more than half century after it was first published. The novel's title is derived from the Book of Revelation "Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come." My Rating 5/5

Shel Silverstein Shows His Love of.... Shoes? "Closet Full of Shoes" #poem #shoes

Shel Silverstein Shows His Love of.... Shoes?

Shel Silverstein Shows His Love of.... Shoes? "Closet Full of Shoes" #poem #shoes

the incredible story of a boy and the love for his dogs... and how love goes beyond the grave....

the incredible story of a boy and the love for his dogs... and how love goes beyond the grave....

The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss.

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read In October

A few re-titles for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in honor of Lewis Carroll’s Birthday! Reader Submissions by Michael Fiorino and Sonia Weiser. See more on Better Book Titles

A few re-titles for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in honor of Lewis Carroll’s Birthday! Reader Submissions by Michael Fiorino and Sonia Weiser. See more on Better Book Titles

Ok, all of these Sci Fi books were on a "best sci-fi according to Reddit." Hive Mind anyone?

Ok, all of these Sci Fi books were on a "best sci-fi according to Reddit." Hive Mind anyone?

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood//also the year of the flood. she's working on the final book of what apparently wasn't supposed to be a triology but now will be. hurry up ms. atwood!

Homage to Woolf in Atwood’s Oryx and Crake

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood//also the year of the flood. she's working on the final book of what apparently wasn't supposed to be a triology but now will be. hurry up ms. atwood!

Here Are the 1960s Science Fiction Novels Everyone Should Read

Here Are the 1960s Science Fiction Novels Everyone Should Read

Another film version of the classic sci-fi novel Dune by Frank Hebert is planned, this time with Peter Berg as director. There's an interesting quote in the announcement: "The filmmakers consider [Dune's] theme of finite ecological resources particularly

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