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SciFan is an online database for fans of science fiction and fantasy books.

It was launched in 1999 by Jim Harris and Olivier Travers. In 2001 Harris decided to devote his time to writing, and Travers was joined by his girlfriend Sophie Bellais as co-maintainer. As of 2004 they make up the maintenance team.

The site provides detailed bibliographies, linking books together into Series where appropriate and, in turn, grouping Series by Universe. Books are also grouped together into Themes such as "18th Century", "Alternate History" and "Mathematic Fantasy". A useful provision is access to lists of new and upcoming books, selectable by month of publication.

There is a search facility: entering a word or phrase searches within author names, book titles, series and universes.

The site allows users to jump straight to booksellers, both of new books and of used, second-hand books: efforts are made to restrict these to reputable sellers.

External links

  • Main Page (http://www.scifan.com/)

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SciFan: Books & Links for the Science Fiction Fan (1025 words)
Thanks for your continued support, and we hope SciFan still proves useful to you in its current, imperfect state.
I had to take over development of the new version because our developer was never available to complete it for lack of time (the guy worked for us as a freelancer but had a day job).
Simon & Schuster and SciFan are glad to give away 50 copies of The Merchant of Death, the first book in the popular Pendragon series by D.J. MacHale.
SciFan: Science Fiction & Fantasy Series, Prequels & Sequels (SF series, fantasy sagas) (404 words)
We got hooked at the age of 11 or 12 by Tolkien's Lord of the Rings or Vance's Planet of Adventure and became forever different, still carrying these books in our minds and hearts with a fond memory and sparkling eyes.
Then there's our tendency as scifans to want more of a good thing.
If the first 500 pages were so good, we could use another 1,500, couldn't we?
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