Reddit's Favorite Stand-alone Science Fiction Novels - The Best Sci Fi BooksAmazon Science fiction is about imagination. The genre forces both readers and writers to think beyond the confines of their own universe while considering major themes like morality, family, and war. The best sci-fi books show both the opportunities and consequences of human innovation, while demonstrating the infinite possibilities of what could happen when we push the boundaries of science. We recently uncovered two stellar Reddit lists see them here and here where Redditors voiced their opinions about the greatest sci-fi books of all time. Farmer's masterwork, which along with four sequels makes up the "Riverworld" saga, follows the unlikely interactions and adventures of both fictional characters and major historical figures. One of the most academically fueled novels on any list of science-fiction, Stephenson's " Anathem " is based around a society that has corralled intellectuals — the avout — away to focus purely on study.
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One of the best singularity stories I have read, if not the best. My problem with Stross is that while he has some absolutely fantastic ideas and world-building, his stories fall short of keeping me interested or entertained. It's like there's so much stuff crammed in that the story part just falls out of the equation. Maybe I'm just dumb, but I really couldn't keep up with the plot and it got very nonsensical so I stopped reading. Dealing with singularities, the divide between the physical and the abstract is always very fluid.
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I was thrilled to discover dozens of new titles and authors, and my reading list probably got longer by an entire year. Which is awesome. The descriptions are from Amazon, because the ones from Wikipedia were boring. Six million years ago, at the dawn of the star-faring era, Abigail Gentian fractured herself into a thousand male and female clones, which she called shatterlings. But now, someone is eliminating the Gentian line. Campion and Purslane-two shatterlings who have fallen in love and shared forbidden experiences-must determine exactly who, or what, their enemy is, before they are wiped out of existence. Bella Lind and the crew of her nuclear-powered ship, the Rockhopper, push ice.