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Post Re: Can you please suggest epic sci fi books but short in length
If you are looking for serious science fiction, and not space opera or fantasy, I suggest David Brin's novella "The Crystal Spheres," (2011). It is relatively short, and is available in Kindle format from Amazon for $0.99.


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Post Re: Can you please suggest epic sci fi books but short in length
Here's an oldie but a goodie. I Am Legend by Richard Matheson. The made a movie about it a few years with Will Smith but like most books adapted for films it was a real bomb compared to the short novel.



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The Will Smith movie was actually the third. The first, sometimes titled "The Last Man on Earth" starring Vincent Price was made in 1964. A remake, under the title "The Omega Man" and starring Charlton Heston, was made in 1977.


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Post Re: Can you please suggest epic sci fi books but short in length
Here's another even older oldie! Earth Abides by Gordon Stewart. Originally published in 1949, I think it was one of the first post apocalyptic sci fi novels. I've read it twice and was really impressed with the treatment of how the survivors adjusted eventually to a more primitive society after all the modern conveniences had run out.



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