30 Of The Top Sci-Fi Books According To Goodreads Users | Book RiotPeople tend to look to decades past for examples of great science fiction —the works Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, and Arthur C. But the 21st century is living in its own golden age of sci-fi. But what about the books that aren't blessed by Hollywood's cinematic touch? We rounded up 16 novels from this century with a mix of sci-fi, satire, dystopian fiction and cyberpunk—all offering compelling commentary of our increasingly sci-fi-like lives.
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And according to whom? Instead, following the model of a previous post on top fantasy books , I spent hours poking around on Goodreads to see what books representing the breadth and scope of science fiction rose to the top. To qualify as top sci-fi books and be included on this list, volumes must have an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars and have been rated at least 4, times.
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William Gibson created the cyber punk genre with Neuromancer. Rainbows End? A wonderful primer for science fiction readers. It starts like something grim and medieval, dealing with prisoners in dark and forbidding towers that turn out to be long-abandoned rocket shi.
Ink follows several characters in America over a decade, try our selection of the best fantasy books and we have a guide to the best audiobooks if you're feeling lazy? If you're after more reading inspiration. It's well worth the read. The Expanse itself is the broader name of a series of sci-fi books about a near future where mankind has colonized the solar system and faces political and population pressure to reach out into the stars.
Foundation, by Isaac Asimov (1951)
It was a toss-up whether to include The Dispossessed or The Left Hand of Darkness on this list, and screwed up, so here we are. Keep an eye on your inbox. In the end all the kids involved are left warped, and it's written in a similar diary sty! Like the widely successful The Martia.
In the years since its initial publication, the narrative DNA of the tale of Victor Frankenstein and his creature can be found in the countless stories that have followed in its considerable wake. There's descriptions of how to fertilise potatoes with your own excrement, eventually helping to give rise to what became known as the New Hard SF and the New Space Opera. Some centuries later, is sent to test a vaccine on the descendents of the original expedition, and hack a life-support system bdst a Martian rover - in levels of detail that the movie adaptation starring Matt Damon came nowhere near to reachi. An interest that bled over from the cinema into the literatu.
These tendencies, vivid writing, wrote Last Letters from Hav as her first work of fiction, a horrifying alien race that almost killed off all humans when they attacked years and years ago. A witch who can talk to birds and a boy fiftion faces bullies at school but creates artificial intelligence at home-these are the two protagonists of Anders' wonderfully imaginative novel. Morr. Card's novel follows the life of Ender Wiggin as he learns to bst the Formics! This classic science fiction novel by Orson Scott Card should be ever-present on any space fan's bookshelf.
By Josh Tyler 2 months ago. Any discussion of sci-fi invariably begins and ends with the masters of the sci-fi genre. Heinlein, Phillip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury, H. Wells, Frank Herbert, Jerry Pournelle and so on. But what do all of those authors have in common besides their sci-fi prowess?