Robert Heinlein

One of the first authors that I remember reading was Robert Heinlein. Back in those days, all books were physical, and for young kids in school, the library was my haven. So I read Robert Heinlein and anything else I could find. But I loved Heinlein. There are so many books, and I will begin listing them here. Even though I have read many of these books, I will be working on re-reading them as I can.

Early Heinlein novels

Rocket Ship Galileo, 1947

Beyond This Horizon, 1948

Space Cadet, 1948

Red Planet, 1949

Sixth Column, 1949

Farmer in the Sky, 1950

Between Planets, 1951

The Puppet Masters, 1951

The Rolling Stones, 1952

Starman Jones, 1953

The Star Beast, 1954

Tunnel in the Sky, 1955

Double Star, 1956—Hugo Award, 1956

Time for the Stars, 1956

Citizen of the Galaxy, 1957

The Door into Summer, 1957

Have Space Suit—Will Travel, 1958—Hugo Award nominee, 1959

Methuselah’s Children, 1958

Starship Troopers, 1959—Hugo Award, 1960 – read March 19, 2021

Middle Heinlein novels

Stranger in a Strange Land, 1961—Hugo Award, 1962

Podkayne of Mars, 1963

Orphans of the Sky, 1963

Glory Road, 1963—Hugo Award nominee, 1964

Farnham’s Freehold, 1964

The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, 1966—Hugo Award, 1967

I Will Fear No Evil, 1970

Time Enough for Love, 1973—Nebula Award nominated, 1973; Hugo and Locus SF Awards nominated, 1974

Late Heinlein novels

The Number of the Beast, 1980

Friday, 1982—Hugo, Nebula, and Locus SF Awards nominee, 1983

Job: A Comedy of Justice, 1984—Nebula Award nominee, 1984; Locus Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee, 1985

The Cat Who Walks Through Walls, 1985

To Sail Beyond the Sunset, 1987

Heinlein works published posthumously

For Us, The Living: A Comedy of Customs (written in 1939, published posthumously in 2003)

Variable Star (posthumously with Spider Robinson) (Heinlein’s 8 page outline written in 1955; Robinson’s full novel from the outline appeared in 2006)

The Pursuit of the Pankera, published posthumously in 2020, an alternate version of The Number of the Beast (novel)

Robert Heinlein on Amazon

The Heinlein Society

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