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  1. WhoWatchesTheWatchmen?

    WhoWatchesTheWatchmen? Member

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    Searching for a good Space Opera Series

    Discussion in 'Book Discussion' started by WhoWatchesTheWatchmen?, Aug 4, 2008.

    Hey guys!

    I'm looking for an epic space oepra series, but preferably not hard core science fiction ( with talk about nuerons and electrodes and technology; I'd like more star wars type sub-genre. :D ) Anything would be apprieciated!

    ~ Watchmen :D, with thanks.
     
  2. Cogito

    Cogito Former Mod, Retired Supporter Contributor

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    Have you ever read E. E. (Doc) Smith's Lensmen series? It's one of the older space operas, but still an entertaining read.
     
  3. Chef Dave

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    Try the Sten series by Allan Cole and Chris Bunch

    The Honor Harrington series and Dahak series by David Weber

    The March Upcountry series by John Ringo

    The Raj Whitehall series by S. M. Stirling and David Drake

    The Vorkosigan series by Lois McMaster Bujold
     
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    You've got to love those diesel powered stealth spaceships. :D
     

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