Book in categories:science fiction
Comments and mentions from HN threads:
Ask HN: Books you read in 2015?
projektir: A guy tries to survive on Mars - found this one rather bland. I would have liked to see more psychology and less calculations, and I am not sure how I feel about its presentation of the scientific community.
Ask HN: Which book have you re-read recently?
KingOfMyRoom: I love it. It's about doing the impossible, one step at a time
Ask HN: Books you wish you had read earlier?
Amogha_IO: Hands down the best science fiction book I have read. I have lost count how many times I have listened to the audio-book (probably >15).
Ask HN: What are the best Sci-Fi books you've ever read?
mrzool: Absolutely exhilarating.
Ask HN: Books you read in 2018?
adroitboss: The Audiobook of this was AMAZING! The book is still amazing especially for technical people
Ask HN: Recommend one book I need to read this summer?
credit_guy: In my opinion this is by far the best SciFi book of all time. Hard SciFi, in the style of Arthur C Clarke, but packed with 10 times the “sci” of the Odyssey or Rama.
Ask HN: Best books you read in the past decade?
lucb1e: The Martian is my all time favorite. It's very entertaining, clever, and even educative if you like to learn about space stuff.