E.M. Windsor (em_windsor) wrote in linguaphiles,
E.M. Windsor
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German/Russian/Spanish Sci-Fi and Fantasy?

Hello everyone - I've just found this community and I have a bit of an interesting question.

I'm a German major, with about an intermediate level of Spanish under my belt and starting Russian this summer. I also happen to be a big fan of sci-fi/fantasy as a genre, so I was wondering if anybody could recommend good books or films in these languages for practice purposes?

Thanks!
Tags: books, german, russian, spanish
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