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  1. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Help - Forgot the name of the greatest Sci-Fi book I ever read!

    Screener Sam, You da man! This is absolutely the book I've been looking for and I'm pleased that its still available online and in new and used online booksellers. Thanks for hanging in there and getting it done. It was incredibly interesting to me to read some details of the author's writing...
  2. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Help - Forgot the name of the greatest Sci-Fi book I ever read!

    Many thanks Tom for responding. This mystery novel certainly offered a good platform for a film and I suspect that the movie you saw and the book I've tried to describe, are from the same source. FREE PIZZA for whoever can identify the mystery book, which was possibly made until a film...
  3. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Help - Forgot the name of the greatest Sci-Fi book I ever read!

    Alien Soup Nation: Rise up! This is the only bulletin board I've ever subscribed to and the only question I've ever asked. Please use the networking skills that you have and I lack to solve this mystery and track down the name of the book that I tried to describe in my first post. It is a...
  4. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Help - Forgot the name of the greatest Sci-Fi book I ever read!

    Well, it's good that music seems to be created to meet everyone's taste, although I'm sure there are folks out there that don't like music at all. For some people it might be a classic opera in a fine performance center or jazz in a dimly lit club at midnight or a raga performed on the banks...
  5. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Help - Forgot the name of the greatest Sci-Fi book I ever read!

    Can't recall the name of the greatest sci-fi book I ever read. I read it in Asia in 1989. Probably an American author; Takes place largely in NYC in early 21st century. Heroes are an authentic rock and roll band who insist on creating their own music even though "The Charts" are dominated by...
  6. R. Cruadaolich

    Sci-Fi Search for Book Title/Author

    No, I read the book while working in Asia in 1989; I think it was a fairly recently published book. The setting of the story was in NYC, in the first part of 21st century. It was a time when the masses of unemployed people were fed kibble behind barbed wire fences in order to allow them to...
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