Few books about other planets really dive into how wildly different aliens ecosystems could be from ours. These books take a stab at it. Continue reading
If you’re a fan of these games, you should definitely check out these books. If not, you have important research (read: play the games a lot) to do before reading. Continue reading
When authors hit it out of the park on their first book, they often go on to have stellar careers, but some, including a few authors on this list, decide one is enough.
Why, yes, women will kick ass in the future, too.
I first saw the word “seapunk” in an ad for an aquarium, and as a lapsed marine biologist who loves science fiction, I liked it immediately, despite the “punk” in its name making it a little cheesy.
Everyone on Earth now has a slightly more developed feel for what it’s like to live through a pandemic. Note that not all of these books feature a horrifying descent into a plague-ridden apocalypse; some go in stranger and quirkier directions.
Even in the future, hardboiled detectives will put everything on the line to solve baffling cases of murdered little nobodies that everyone else wants to forget. And despite being filled to the brim with cynicism so thick you could spread it on toast, they’re still driven by a small kernel of integrity that they can’t shake loose, no matter how hard they try.