Total 37 books

2034: A Novel of the Next World War by Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis—The Third World War breaks out in 2034, but not how you think

Brain Wave by Poul Anderson—How would you behave if your IQ suddenly doubles?

Above the Ether by Eric BarnesWelcome to the apocalypse

Darwin’s Radio (Darwin #1 of 2) by Greg Bear—A brilliant novel about accelerated evolution

Darwin’s Children (Darwin #2 of 2) by Greg Bear—A novel view of the posthuman future

Blood Music by Greg Bear—A biological technothriller about genetic engineering

Timescape by Gregory Benford—An ingenious twist on time travel

Galactic Exploration (First Contact #4) by Peter Cawdron—Galactic exploration yields conflicting views of extraterrestrial life

Starship Mine (First Contact #9) by Peter Cawdron—A novel twist on First Contact with alien intelligence

Welcome to the Occupied States of America (First Contact #10) by Peter Cawdron—These alien invaders aren’t what you might expect

Wherever Seeds May Fall (First Contact #15) by Peter Cawdron—One surprise after another in this brilliant First Contact novel

Déjà Vu (First Contact #16) by Peter Cawdron—A weird science fiction novel that will keep you guessing

Jury Duty (First Contact #17) by Peter Cawdron—First Contact Down Under. Way down under.

Cold Eyes (First Contact #18) by Peter Cawdron—First Contact with the people of a Super-Earth

The Galaxy, and the Ground Within (Wayfarers #4 of 4) by Becky Chambers—The last of the Wayfarers series from Becky Chambers

A Psalm for the Well-Built (Monk & Robot #1) by Becky Chambers—The intriguing start to a new Becky Chambers series

Fatherland by Robert Harris—A gripping alternate history novel about the world after a Nazi victory

Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro—A Nobel Prize-winner’s perplexing science fiction novel

The Left Hand of Darkness (Hainish Cycle #4) by Ursula K. Le Guin—Ursula Le Guin’s classic gender-bending novel

Amphitrite (Black Planet #1) Brandon Q. Morris—Journey to a newly discovered planet far out from the sun

Amphitrite 2 (Black Planet #2 of 3) by Brandon Q. Morris—The mystery of Planet Nine goes unsolved in this novel

A History of What Comes Next (Take Them to the Stars #1) by Sylvain Neuvel—An alternate history of the space race

The First Omega by Megan E. O’Keefe—In this dystopian novella, the heartland has been hollowed out

The Legacy Human (Singularity #1 of 4) by Susan Kaye Quinn—After the singularity, immortality for billions

The Duality Bridge (Singularity #2 of 4) by Susan Kaye Quinn—A sci-fi series goes awry with a muddled religious message

The Others by Jeremy Robinson—UFOs deserve a far better explanation than this one

Scattered Seeds (Changed World #2) by Alice Sabo—Eking out existence in a fast-changing world

Contact by Carl Sagan—A brilliant novel about the search for intelligent life in the universe

Phase Six by Jim Shepherd—This future pandemic is worse than COVID-19

Exigency by Michael Siemsen—Scientists explore a planet with two sentient species

Trident’s Forge (Children of a Dead Earth #2 of 3) by Patrick S. Tomlinson—A suspenseful mash-up of science fiction and mystery

Children of the Divide (Children of the Dead Earth #3) by Patrick S. Tomlinson—This sci-fi novel isn’t credible, but it’s a lot of fun

Mammoth by John Varley—A novel about time travel featuring wooly mammoths and an eccentric billionaire

Galápagos by Kurt Vonnegut—Kurt Vonnegut writes about the end of the world, but it’s not science fiction

The Genius Plague by David Walton—The greatest threat to humanity is . . . a mushroom?

Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir—The new Andy Weir novel celebrates engineering—again

Exit Strategy (Murderbot Diaries #4) by Martha Wells—The award-winning Murderbot series approaches a climax

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