Katie Donovan
  • Oklahoma City, OK
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Hometown:
L.A.
About Me:
Get rid of the 4000-char. maximum and I'll bother to tell you about myself.
I Am A:
Reader
Website:
http://www.facebook.com/katie.donovan.94801
Books And Authors I Like:
Authors I've read and their works, in no particular order:

Brian Aldiss
John Brunner
-The Wrong End of Time
Ray Bradbury
-Fahrenheit 451
James Blish
-various Star Trek novels
David Bischoff
-The Selkie
-Wargames
-The Manhattan Project
-Hackers
-The New Batch
-A Murder of Crows
-Heavy Metal
-Copyright Infringment(1984)
Arthur C. Clarke & Gregory Benford
-Beyond the Fall of Night
Lyman Baum
Aldous Huxley
-Brave New World
Lafayette Hubbard
-Battlefield Earth
-How to Con Millions From Morons(a.k.a. Dianetics)
Frank Herbert
-Dune
-Dune Messiah
-Children of Dune
-God Emporor of Dune(probably the best one in the series, though all are excellent)
-Heretics of Dune
-Chapterhouse: Dune
-The Dosadi Experiment
-Listening to the Left Hand(article)
Brian Herbert
-Dune: House Atreides
Robert Heinlein
-Starship Troopers
-Stranger in a Strange Land
-The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag
-The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein
-Take Back Your Government: A Practical Handbook for the Private Citizen(non-fiction)
William Gibson
-Johnny Mnemonic
Alan Foster
-Star Trek Log Six
Philip Farmer
-The Fabulous Riverboat.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
-The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
-The Hound of the Baskervilles
-The Return of Sherlock Holmes
-John Huxford's Hiatus
-The Ring of Thoth
-The Club-footed Grocer
Gordon Dickson
-None but Man
-The Forever Man
Philip Dick
-Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
-A Scanner Darkly
-Dr.Bloodmoney: or, How we got along after the bomb
-The Minority Report
-We Can Remember it for You Wholesale
-Paycheck
Michael Crighton
-The Andromeda Strain
-The Great Train Robbery
-Congo
-Sphere
-Jurassic Park
-The Lost World
-Prey
-The Death Divers
Sir Arthur C. Clarke
-The Wind from the Sun
-Beyond the Fall of Night(one of my top-five favorite sci-fi books)
Leland Modesitt, Jr.
-The Magic of Recluse
-The Towers of the Sunset
-The Magic Engineer
-The Order War
-The Soprano Sorceress
Anne McCaffrey
-The Crystal Singer
Richard Matheson
-I am Legend
Howard Lovecraft
--The Call of Cthulhu
Jack London
-The Call of the Wild
-White Fang
Clive Lewis
-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Ursula Le Guin
-The Left Hand of Dakness
Dean Koontz
-Tick Tock
Stephen King
-'Salem's Lot
-Rage
-Night Shift
-The Stand
-The Dead Zone
-Firestarter
-Danse Macabre
-The Running Man
-The Gunslinger
-Different Seasons
-Christine
-Pet Semetary
-Thinner
-Skeleton Crew
-The Bachman Books
-It(the MAJOR 1044-page let-down of his works, I think)
-The Drawing of the Three
-Misery
-The Tommyknockers
-The Dark Half
-The Stand(comes in at number two on his list of books to hit the wall at the end)
-The Wastelands(my favorite book of his library)
-Needful Things
-Dolores Claiborne
-Nightmares and Dreamscapes
-The Green Mile
-Wizard and Glass
-Bag of Bones(just AWFUL)
-Storm of the Century(typifies his new post-drug mediocrity....this would NEVER have been made if his name weren't Stephen King)
-On Writing(thankfully brief)
-Wolves of the Calla
-Song of Susannah
-The Dark Tower(secret confession: I made myself set this book down two chapters before the end so it could never be ruined for me.)
I just found out about "The Wind Trough the Keyhole" which is supposed to take place between books four and five.
Kevin Jeeter
-Slave Ship
-Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human
Jonathan Swift
-Gulliver's Travels
-A Modest Proposal
Bruce Sterling
-The Hacker Crackdown:Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier
Michael Stackpole
Norman Spinrad
-The Star-Spangled Future
Dan Simmons
-The Hollow Man
Robert Silverberg
-Hawksbill Station
-The Positronic Man
Charles Sheffield
-The Mind Pool(on the list of my top five sci-fi novels)
William Shatner(That's right: Captain Kirk/Denny Crane has written over 20 books! He was also Walter Bascom in the Canadian Television adaptation of his TekWar book series.....crappy books, but a strange and wonderful T.V. show which was the first to offer roles to trannies! Lol.)
Once again, the stupid 4000-char. limit is cutting this list in half.

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