Rovarsson's Superlative top 15

Recommendations by Rovarsson (Belgium)

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1. Worlds Apart
by Suzanne Britton
(1999)
Average member rating: (83 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

Mindmelding, Will o' the Wisps and A Darkened Haven. Mindblowing!

2. Illuminismo Iniziato
by Michael J. Coyne
(2018)
Average member rating: (20 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

A pterosaur, a zeppelin, and quite possibly the most talkative npc in history. Bedazzling!

3. Anchorhead
by Michael Gentry
(1998)
Average member rating: (356 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

A family curse, secretive but ever-more hostile townsfolk and...another one of the Elder Gods. Bonechilling!

4. Sunset Over Savannah, by Ivan Cockrum (1997)
Average member rating: (50 ratings)
Rovarsson says:

A dragon, a dance and sandcastle-ants. Uplifting!

5. The Wizard Sniffer
by Buster Hudson
(2017)
Average member rating: (104 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

The princess, the knight and the pig. Odorous!

6. Gateway 2: Homeworld
by Mike Verdu and Glen Dahlgren
(1993)
Average member rating: (17 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

A spaceship-zoo, a mechanical spider and an ice-desert. Bewildering!

7. Metamorphoses
by Emily Short
(2000)
Average member rating: (117 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

A tetrahedron, an octahedron, a dodecahedron, an icosahedron and... a cube. Platonic!

8. World, by J. D. McDonald (1988)
Average member rating: (3 ratings)
Rovarsson says:

Alien hockey, cave-ferrets watching TV and a helpful robot. Overwhelming!

9. Inevitable, by Kathleen M. Fischer as Timothy Lawrence Heinrich (2003)
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
Rovarsson says:

Three towers and a Ziggurat. Electrifying!

10. The Shadow in the Cathedral
by Ian Finley and Jon Ingold
(2009)
Average member rating: (26 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

St. Babbage, St. Newton and St. Breguet. Like clockwork!

11. Spider and Web
by Andrew Plotkin
(1998)
Average member rating: (285 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

An alley, a door, a black touch-plate. Secretive!

12. The King of Shreds and Patches
by Jimmy Maher
(2009)
Average member rating: (70 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

William Shakespeare, Kit Marlowe and one of the Elder Gods. Formidable!

13. Return to Ditch Day
by M.J. Roberts
(2004)
Average member rating: (28 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

Spy cameras, quantum computers and a code-protected black box. Encrypted!

14. She's Got a Thing for a Spring, by Brent VanFossen (1997)
Average member rating: (27 ratings)
Rovarsson says:

A moose, some eucalyptus leaves and a hot bath. Sensuous!

15. L: A Mathemagical Adventure
by members of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics co-ordinated by Richard Phillips, and including Derek Ball, Tony Corbett, David Rooke, Heather Scott, Alan Shaw, Margaret Stevens, Ruth Townsend, Jo Waddingham, Roger Waddingham, John Warwick, Alan Wigley, John Wood, and David Wooldridge.
(1984)
Average member rating: (4 ratings)

Rovarsson says:

Mathematics, geometry and Drogon guards. Logical!


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