Fiction. What are You reading?

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Just one of the issues QA has made comments about Strugatsky.
What are you reading from the art of literature?

Although correct my question would sound like this:
"How popular science fiction in the environment, Aichi Prefecture, and the authors preference?".
  • the theory of the Universe at Golovacheva
  • knowledge and tactical thinking in Zvyagintsev (mostly old novels)
  • social reflections.
  • a unique literary skills and the ability to see the future of such giants as Bradbury, Herbert, Asimov, Zelazny
... all these people still popular?
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From the last: in first place, "Flowers for Algernon" Daniel Keyes — loved it, then I liked "the Last secret", Bernard werber, I read recently "planet of people" and "Military pilot" Antoine De Saint-Exupery, but somehow for me it is difficult, now reading "the Life and time of Michael K." J. M. Coetzee — 1/3 read is like.
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Just finished reading Zamyatin "WE".
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Everything, but prefer not so much science fiction as fantasy.
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Akunin, Strugatsky, Dyachenko, Lukyanenko. Foreign — Simak and Zelazny.
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Bought a few books Pelevin V. O. to read on the subway. The main thing — not to pass the stop!
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Last month I read William Gibson
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Try to read in English. Recently read the Hobbit, Read Lord of the Rings (all original), on the order of Pratchett (sorry if I lied the name), the Silmarillion, Bradbury, Zelazny, Sheckley and Silverberg.
Favorite Dyachenko, Semenova, Olga Grigorieva (a little-known author, which is a pity). Generally prefer fantasy, science fiction favorite author Capek.
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