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lbp861

Looking for some great space opera. Sex not necessarily. Thanks.

Remus2

@lbp861

https://storiesonline.net/s/12923/lost-empire

https://storiesonline.net/s/74251/flight-of-the-code-monkey

madnige
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@lbp861

How about popping over to SciFi-Stories and looking up, for example, E.E.'Doc'Smith's work?

karactr
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Cobalt Dragon's "Scales Like Stars", Tefler's "Three Square Meals".

Damn, forgot how to link!

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Keet

@karactr

Dragon_Cobolt Scales Like Stars
Tefler Three Square Meals

StarFleet Carl

@lbp861

Looking for some great space opera.


In dead tree format okay?

First book in the series - On Basilisk Station, by David Weber, published by Baen.

lbp861

So far, I've read all of them. Right now I'm re-reading The Private.

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madnige
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@lbp861

Did you look over the previous thread on this subject? The thread on MC GET ALIENS TECHNOLOGY.. also has at least a couple.

ETA Look at the lists here and here for more dead-tree suggestions; I'm currently re-reading John Ringo's Looking Glass series

karactr

Franklin Hamilton's "Deadnight Trilogy"

I think that was it anyway.

Gauthier

@lbp861

https://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/space

There are also a few which lack the tag like (alphabeticaly):
Brian in the Dark with the Dizyntk Imperium universe
John Wales with 'Tandra' and 'Sapce'
Green Dragon Stories
Most of Ka_Hmnd stories qualify but are on the short side.
'Arlene and Jeff' by Rouswriter

Stories elsewhere or which were removed:
aesexual_pseudonym had a long trilogy here (now removed) which and up partly as a Space Opera.

Gina Marie Wylie has a few stories set in the Kinsella universe over at BtFH and Amazon.

Fel with the Subjugation universe at Sennadar

Bruce Bretthauer with the Famillies Universe also at BtFH and Amazon

artie had a few Space Opera stories over at asstr.

lbp861

Thanks for all the suggestions.

rodsyy

Another one that I like is https://storiesonline.net/a/vanessa-ravencroft she has a few mistakes here and there but I think it is a good read. Rod

fester82

Another good writer in dead tree land is Elizabeth Moon, I like the Vatta series of novels.

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