The Greatest Science-Fiction novel of all time?

That horrible Star Wars special if forever burned int my memory :eek:

Have you tried drugs? Psychiatric assistance?

Going to a galaxy far, far away?

I have not been able to figure out what far, far away means when dealing with galaxies. Is that an absolute or relative distance? Andromeda is only 2.5 million light-years away and that is close galactically speaking. So does anything less than a billion light years not qualify as far-far?

This space fantasy stuff is really confusing.
Trying to catch up. Great thread...

Establishing the genre: The War of the Worlds.

Ooooh, I was with you until that one. :giggle: If that's the marker, I have to go with another (one of my personal favorites):
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley, of course.
Did they ever make a novelization of the Star Wars Holiday Special? :unsure:

I think it's called Battlefield Earth.

And no I don't have a candidate for The Greatest Science-Fiction Novel of all Time because it probably hasn't been written yet. We'd actually have to wait till the end of time was just about to happen before we could seriously think about drawing up a short list. And even then we we would have to work quickly in case anyone wrote any more books.
Did they ever make a novelization of the Star Wars Holiday Special? :unsure:

If it was novelized , all the copies of those books would likely suffer a similar fate as all those Atari 2600 ET the Extraterrestrial game cartridges that were supposedly buried out in the desert.;)

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