Which sci.fi. book do you like?

Alephi is going to celebrate the December month as the month of Sci.Fi. writers. We ask one small question to the Sci.Fi. writers worldwide…

Mariano Villarreal manages the website Literatura Fantástica, dedicated to information and reviews of the latest in fantasy, science fiction, and horror in Spain. Born in 1967, he has published articles and reviews, and is responsible for several anthologies, especially the award-winning Terra Nova series. His Ignotus-winning article, “Science Fiction from Spain,” appeared in the October 2014 issue of New York Review of Science Fiction

Alephi : Which sci.fi. book do you like?

Mariano Villarreal : I’m afraid there’s not only one but many. My three favorite ones are:  Hyperion by Dan Simmons – The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin – A Canticle for Saint Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller Jr.

I take the chance to recommend a Spanish classic unpublished in English but available in French:  Mundos en el abismo (Worlds in the Abyss) by Juan Miguel Aguulera & Javier Redal.




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