Beginning with technological action stories and progressing to epics with religious overtones, this take-no-prisoners writer racked up some huge sales numbers.
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Oh, you’re good! I thought I outgrew Heinlein myself.
wow, whose the right-winger now? 🙂
Ouch! You mean you’re an egotistical and misogynistic Randian? I would have put you closer to Stapleton or Lem.
Myself, I got Gregory Benford. I can live with that.
I should have been in a better mood when I took the test. I was hoping for Stapledon or Benford, or perhaps Brin or Bear, though I would have certainly loved to have gotten LeGuin or Butler…
I got Asimov. Always liked Asimov, not so much his stories, which were sometimes really good, but him. If more people were like him, I think the world would be a better place.
Now Leguin would be ideal as far as writing and ideas go, and seems to be a nice person. Liked some of Heinlein, and did see his house after he died and the realtor had an open house so locals could come have a look and not make phoney appointments just to check it out. Small but nice design (he had trouble getting around and it was built for that).