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SciFi Literature

This week's Trivia: SciFi Literature

True science fiction serves as a signpost of where we're going, and, if not heeded, where we can end up. Several writers over the years have explored these various possibilities, and the potential for mankind to evolve beyond what we are now.
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Q1

In Isaac Asimov's books, there are how many Laws of Robotics?

Q2

Which of these was NOT written by H.G. Wells?

Q3

Orson Scott Card, author of Ender's Game, has worked on which of these comics for Marvel?

Q4

In the short story, "Dark They Were, and Golden-Eyed", written by Ray Bradbury, the Bittering family slowly turns into what after living on Mars for some time?

Q5

In the short story, "Anda's Game," Cory Doctorow criticizes what element of MMORPGs?

Q6

What novel by Frank Herbert featured a desert planet with giant sandworms?

Q7

Finish the title of this Robert A. Heinlein novel: Stranger in a Strange __________.

Q8

What is the alternate title for Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five?

Q9

What novel did George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) write as a criticism of Soviet totalitarianism?

Q10

Who is the figure from the Industrial Revolution era that is worshipped in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World? Hint: The novel begins in "the year of our _____ 632".