Over the summer I had some time on my hands so I decided to brush up on some sci-fi classics. Nowadays my list is starting to run a little low, so I was wondering if a few kind indaviduals could help out and recommend a few more titles.
For the record, I have read most everything Adams wrote, Rocket Boys by Homer Hickam, Contact, a good amount of Wells, some Verne, Clarke's Rama series, Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy (which could count as fantasy but it was good!, Heinlen's Stranger in a Strange Land, and Asimov's Nightfall and the beginnings of the Foundation series. I probably forgot a few but those were the highlights. Out of all of these I liked most of them with the exception of most of Verne (he wrote too much about machines and too little about people) and for some reason Asimov's Foundation and I did not get along.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!