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Intelligent Technothrillers

dec 30, 2020, 4:09am

Hit me with all the intelligent, engaging technothrillers you can!

dec 30, 2020, 4:22pm

I've read most of Larry Bond's stuff. I think he is better than Tom Clancy.

dec 30, 2020, 5:25pm

Technothrillers can cover a lot of ground - both in the science fiction world and in the non-speculative one. Any favorite authors/books?

dec 30, 2020, 9:16pm

>3 AnnieMod: Yes. Michael Crichton is my favorite author.

dec 30, 2020, 9:17pm

>2 LamSon: Thank you. I'll put him on the list.

dec 31, 2020, 5:51pm

>5 handshakes: I would consider some stand alone novels first Red Phoenix, Vortex, Cauldron.
Red Storm Rising was a collaboration with Tom Clancy. It's the book put Bond on my radar.

dec 31, 2020, 11:15pm

Version Control by Dexter Palmer, for science fiction.

Redigerat: jan 1, 4:07am

William Gibson, for example Pattern recognition, Spook country, and Zero history.

Cory Doctorow is a tech expert who also writes fiction, including the Little Brother series.

For more science fiction/fantasy, there's G. Willow Wilson's Alif the Unseen and Charles Stross's series The Laundry, which starts with Atrocity Archives.

jan 1, 8:38am

>8 LamSon: Red Storm Rising is a military/political thriller with technology and intense situations. Great standalone read I agree with LamSon. Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton. Also Coma by Robin Cook. Consider them and Happy New Year.

jan 2, 1:41am

>11 FirstandGoal: I've read Michael Crichton's entire bibliography. I've read books by Robin Cook and I wasn't particularly impressed. I'll have to give Red Storm Rising a chance.

jan 2, 3:14am

Neal Stephenson ? Cryptonomicon, Reamde, Interface could all qualify, among other things, as tech-thrillers

jan 3, 11:49pm

>13 SandraArdnas: I do have a copy of Interface that I've been meaning to get around to... thanks, I'll have to bump it up on my list.

jan 11, 12:57am

>1 handshakes: Handshakes: It sounds cheesy but I thought The President is Missing was really scary and unputdownable. It involves techie stuff.

mar 6, 7:18am

Herr aller Dinge by Andreas Eschbach (dealing with nanorobotics)

mar 7, 9:57pm

>11 FirstandGoal: I am approaching the end of Red Phoenix Burning, the sequel to Red Phoenix. It's good. Just what I expect from Larry Bond.

mar 9, 10:26am

If you're willing to head towards the mid-21st century, Ian McDonald has some big ideas along with plenty of action. I'm a fan of The Dervish House and River of Gods particularly.