Top 5 Science Fiction Books/Series I have Read So Far

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I decided to do my top 5 science fiction books/series that I have read so far since I did this for the dystopian genre and it was a lot of fun. Let me know in the comments below which sci-fi books are your favorite!

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Comments

Yavor says:

The Dune series – best Sci Fi books ever.

Linnea Westberg says:

i really enjoyed the divergent series until the last book.
Children of time is also really great and im so happy to have discovered theres a sequel^^

Sheila Espina says:

oh wow ive read (and loved) all these except for the red rising series. i guess i have to read those now. scifi is my new favorite genre now and have loved all that i read. i was also looking for books like recursion. Maybe try Six wakes? i thought that was really good. its more like a scifi mystery. Also the Gone World.

ganesan santhanam says:

No one here has mentioned Three Body Problem which is the purest hard SF of modern SF collection.
Just edit and add this to your list

modfather1964 says:

What is it called where a person ends a statement with a question mark? Whatever it's called…

Xander Healey says:

My man Dune must read for Science Fiction.

ganesan santhanam says:

I like how nonchalantly he says whole world is divided by color system.. I think that's so cool.
I am not accusing him.. just an observation that made me chuckle little hard

Clooz says:

How much time do you spend reading a day? A week?

skayak says:

Foundation, by Isaac Asimov. The best I have read in 40 years.

Shivani Adavade says:

I am so happy you have mentioned dark matter and recursion! I love those two books! They are my favorite!

Levent Taskan says:

You need to get onto some Iain M Banks, Alastair Reynolds and Stephen Baxter, not to mention Asimov, Clarke, Philip K Dick, Heinlein and Frank Herbert.

123witten says:

Is Illuminae YA?

Dark Curby says:

Divergent trilogy Veronica roth

John Mahon says:

Here's a few recommendations:
Ender's Quartet by Orson Scott Card
House Of Suns or Relevation Space by Alistair Reynolds
Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks
A Fire Upon The Deep by Vernor Vinge
Great North Road by Peter F. Hamilton
Children Of Time by Tchaikovsky
Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke
As for Dystopian/ post apocalyptic:
Alas, Babylon
Oryx And Crake by Margret Attwood
On The Beach by Niel Shute
A Canticle For Leibowitz by Miller Jr.
The Sheep Look Up by John Brunner
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
Earth Abides

I couldn't remember some of the Authors' names, apologies. Pretty well all of these are adult and all of them are amazing. Also, it's not bad to go see what was written 30+ years ago. Many of these with absolutely blow your mind, I can promise you that. Cheers!

2ndHand Bookclan says:

If you’ve liked Crouch you should check out Crichton. Especially books like Sphere and Micro

Alireza Nourbakhsh says:

Greetings from Iran bro ❤🌹

Guido Pelagos says:

Michael Moorcock: Dancers at the end of time.
Fantastic book, very different from many other scifi genres.

noura khalaf alfalasi says:

Have you read wool? Great book, and I really recommend A thousand pieces of you (there are 2 other books, its a trilogy)

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