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I'm unsure of the proper mechanics of submitting a poll here, but I'm launching a book club for Christian science fiction in March.

 

There will be a "classic" and a "modern" read each month. I will have nominations in later months, but Oxygen by John Olson and Randy Ingermanson is the modern selection for March. 

 

So:

 

Out of the Silent Planet (CS Lewis) or A Wrinkle in Time (Madeleine L'Engle)?

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Guest SelinasBonfire

I tried a couple of times, but I could never get into A Wrinkle in Time; but I am a fan of Lewis, so Out of the Silent Planet of course.

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13 hours ago, Nicola said:

If you do Out of the Silent Planet, will you do the whole series? 

Yes, that one gets my vote too.

Are you going to feature non-famous works too? Undiscovered authors? 

With more time to prepare, I'll be accepting nominations and doing a runoff poll. A "sequel vs. sequel" is very possible as a theme for later months.

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4 minutes ago, EClayRowe said:

With more time to prepare, I'll be accepting nominations and doing a runoff poll. A "sequel vs. sequel" is very possible as a theme for later months.

This forum is populated with fantastic Sci Fi writers! Yourself included!

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