It more like the list of the most disappointing followup novels, which I wouldn’t disagree with, but these almost all start out with groundbreaking or at least good books. Also, this person has no sense of period or proportion and gets upset at authors writing in the time they are in. I wonder what his (I assume sexistly) list of the best series of science fiction are.
I don’t deny that the series listed were written into the ground and should have stopped somewhere around 3 or 4 books, sometimes 1 was enough *cough*Dune*cough*. And Ender’s Game books should be on the list. But Dune? Foundation? Lensman? How can you even talk about great science fiction without them?
Also, how do you compare Honor Harrington and Pern, which are entertaining fluff with Dune and Foundation?