Am I a geek?

Of the top 20 geek novels, I’ve read only 4, but I’ve read the top 2 (and the other 2 are between the top 8), so… what is my geek score?

[I’ve read: “The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (and you can give me extra points for reading all the books), “Nineteen Eighty-Four” and, of course, “I, Robot” and “Foundation”]

Edit 1: some other stuff to read when I get some time (stolen directly from the Slashdot discussion):

  • The whole “Ringworld” series by Larry Niven
  • Something from Ursula LeGuin
  • All the Discworld stories by Terry Pratchett (The Colour of Magic is the first book)
  • Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
  • Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein (yeah, the book — everyone says it is better than the movie and, as I liked the movie…)
  • Inherit the Stars by James P. Hogan

As the list by The Guardian, this list is completely unscientific; just some names I heard before and never got enough time to go after them.

Edit 2: just in case The Guardian decides do remove the article…

  • The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy — Douglas Adams
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four — George Orwell
  • Brave New World — Aldous Huxley
  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? — Philip Dick
  • Neuromancer — William Gibson
  • Dune — Frank Herbert
  • I, Robot — Isaac Asimov
  • Foundation — Isaac Asimov
  • The Colour of Magic — Terry Pratchett
  • Microserfs — Douglas Coupland
  • Snow Crash — Neal Stephenson
  • Watchmen — Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons
  • Cryptonomicon — Neal Stephenson
  • Consider Phlebas — Iain M Banks
  • Stranger in a Strange Land — Robert Heinlein
  • The Man in the High Castle — Philip K Dick
  • American Gods — Neil Gaiman
  • The Diamond Age — Neal Stephenson
  • The Illuminatus! Trilogy — Robert Shea & Robert Anton Wilson
  • Trouble with Lichen – John Wyndham