From the list on bending your mind.
Who am I?
I took an introduction to philosophy class in college and the professor showed us how to think about thinking. Can you know something if it’s actually untrue? Can people in a universe with an omniscient god who knows what they’re going to do have free will? Are there universal principles of justice, or is justice based on circumstances? The class changed my taste in reading. I’d read science fiction and fantasy since I was a child, but after this class, I looked for fiction that made my brain hurt but also told a wonderful story. I try hard to meet this standard in my own fiction.
Steven's book list on bending your mind
Discover why each book is one of Steven's favorite books.
Why did Steven love this book?
Quintessential 1980s science fiction that takes creationism to new levels.
A group of astronauts find a very strange bio-ship orbiting Saturn, and it unexpectedly sucks them inside. When you find out what's really going on, your jaw will drop.
No, seriously. It will.
I’m cheating a little here by recommending a trilogy, but they read like one book.