MORE CULTURE!

I'm a huge fan of Ian M. Banks Culture Novels, a sci-fi series about a utopian, post-scarcity society of human, computer, and robot citizens. The writing is sharp, the ideas and politics are rock-solid, and the characters are balanced and not caricatures like most sci-fi. What other books or series would you recommend to Culture Lovers?

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Here are some authors similar to Ian M. Banks that you might enjoy based on your fandom for the Culture Novels:

Lois McMaster Bujold (Specifically try Komarr)

and

Caleb Carr (Specifically Killing Time)

Also, it sounds as though you might enjoy dystopian novels. Take a gander at our list on dystopian novels here: http://www.aadl.org/user/lists/14917


Thans for the tips. I'll read anything once. Lately I have been nosing around Modern/Urban Fantasy. "Hounded" by Kenin Hearne and "Midnight Riot" by Ben Aranovitch. "Midnight Riot" is much better. I prefer the magic subdued, which means that I rate Hounded second. PS thanks for the suggestions, most appreciated.


You might like Ready Player One (http://www.aadl.org/catalog/record/1388165) or Little Brother (http://www.aadl.org/catalog/record/1312189). They are both future-history type novels, but have roots in the 1984, Brave New World dystopias.