I like reading, science-fiction books especially. Czech and foreign, except fantasy books and books based on a screenplay. Nevertheless I have read several books about magicians or Conans and I have enjoyed myself pretty.
I like the situations (in the books only naturally), from which there is no escape but the hero will find some possibility after all. Therefore I do not forget a short story of Czech author Josef Pecinovský, which name is LASSO. I read it in the Czech sci-fi magazine Ikarie, but today it can be found in the authors selected stories too.
I have read most books of these authors perhaps:
- Douglas Adams
- unforgettable series of Hitchhikers.
- Brian W. Aldiss
- I like mostly the book NONSTOP.
- G.-J. Arnaud
- SOCIETY OF THE ICE.
- Isaac Asimov
- excellent series about Foundation, except for the last Prelude to Foundation, but also the stories about robots.
- Ray Bradbury
- sci-fi classic.
- Arthur C. Clark
- Odyssey and Rama books.
- P. J. Farmer
- book series with Richard Burton from the other world.
- Jean-Pierre Garen
- Mark Stone - Captain of the Service for Supervision on primitive planet - book series about his adventures
- Harry Harrison
- splendid tales about steel rat and planets of Death
- Johny Herbert
- little horror novels about rats
- Jiří Kulhánek
- quadripartite bloody novel with time-space traveling and from that resultant headache time loops.
- Eduard Martin
- interesting short stories of the Czech author on subject: people and discoveries that change their lives.
- John Morressy
- novels about adventures of the magician Kedrigern - quite witty.
- Frederick Pohl
- books about the extra-terrestrial Heechee too.
- Robert Silverberg
- several stories, on which I like hopeless situations, into which he stands the hero.