I'm a lifelong SF reader, growing up on Hal Clement novels and Asimov's Fact and Fancy, and naming Richard Adams's Watership Down as my favorite book of all. Well, Watership Down is still my favorite (with Shardik up next to it), but I'm spreading out a lot now, from all the way back to Campbell-age anthologies and novels to Sheri S. Tepper and Robert Charles Wilson and everything else I get my hands on.
Currently have bookmarks in (last updated 2007-03-26):
- Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (bogged down in Chapter 11)
- The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell (beginning Chapter 26)
- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology (1952) edited by John W. Campell, Jr. (beginning "Vault of the Beast" by A. E. van Vogt)