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Ramin Djawadi Lyrics

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A Lannister Always Pays His Debts And who are you, the proud lord said, that I must…
Canceling the Apocalypse Well done Ramin, well done Why you keep reading this? Enjoy …
The Rains of Castamere "And who are you?" The proud Lord said "That I must…

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Agoric Cafe

@Andres Pluss Plus there are massive inconsistencies (in dating and other things) over the years; as well as stories that ALMOST seem to fit into the Foundation/Robot timeline but only with a fair bit of forcing (e.g., _Nemesis_, _The End of Eternity_, the Lucky Starr series, "Blind Alley," "Mother Earth"); plus the various (mutually inconsistent) continuations by other authors after Asimov's death. I'd love to see it too, but it would be a massive undertaking.

Some (slightly) less unwieldy possibilities:

- Ursula Le Guin's Hainish stories (plenty of inconsistencies there too, but at least the total amount of material to grapple with is smaller)

- Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars series (one problem is that it's part of a collection of similar but not identical timelines in which many of Robinson's works take place -- what to include?)

- Ken MacLeod's Fall Revolution series (he and Iain Banks influenced each other quite a bit, so this might make a natural pairing with the Culture video)

- Joan Vinge's Winter Queen / World's End / Summer Queen / Tangled Up in Blue series

- Vernor Vinge's Zones of Thought series (which Joan Vinge apparently intends her asteroid stories to be part of as well)

- Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern series (but we're still waiting and WAITING for her son to complete the final novel)

- Poul Anderson's Polesotechnic and Flandry timeline (pretty linear)

- Heinlein's future history (but it gets pretty messy toward the end)

- J. Corey's THE EXPANSE! The final novel should be out next year.

Jedi Tres

Absolutely LIVE all your videos. So happy you’re doing/have done my favorite SF books such as Dune and Hyperion. Can I make a recommendation for you to read and possibly put on your YouTube show? It’s my 2nd favorite sci-fi book series (my favorite sci-fi book is Dune although I wasn’t a fan of the others). Alright here’s my recommendation—

Peter F Hamilton
“Commonwealth Saga”

Series 1:
Pandora’s Star
Judas Unchained

Series 2
The Dreaming Void
The Temporal Void
The Evolutionary Void

I really think you’ll like this series! I’ve recommended it to other sci-fi lovers and have never heard of anyone who didn’t live these books. Just keep in mind it’s a space opera similar to Foundation or the Expanse series. Please let me know if you read!! Thanks for listening 😀.

All comments from YouTube:


Can't get enough of the Hyperion videos, keep 'em coming!

shadow_phoenix 54

And i thought that the Dune Timeline was some heavy stuff, but this one literally starts with a time-travelling Jesus (never thought i would ever say that)!


@Riley Mason Fuck you bots and your fzone spam.

The Onyx Codex

12 Monkeys.

Todd Gregory-Gibbs

The Culture, YES! I have literally no one to talk to about the series. So many intriguing and provocative ideas!


@Criticized Reviews it's not until the second book that your questions get answered, and it becomes very interesting

Criticized Reviews

I'm reading the first book right now and I don't really find it that interesting 🤔, is it a book that's better after multiple times


There's sci-fi forums on and that have Culture fans AFAIK. Also Idiran free.

Lost User

Todd Gregory-Gibbs hopefully that’ll change when the amazon series comes out


Hyperion is my favorite book, so I am glad to see this channel move in that direction!

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