The third book in the expanse series keeps increasing the size of the world it takes place in.
Daniel Suarez continues his excellent narrative of a runaway program and the people it affects.
Lucifer’s Hammer shows us the fragility of human civilization – and it still fells like we would not be ready for it.
Richard Morgan abandoned his interesting premise and kept everything I dislike about his second book.
Frederik Pohl’s Gateway is novel that seems more and more unique these days. Odd, that things should get more unique with age…
One of the most absolutely influential novels of all time, William GIbson’s Neuromancer did much to create the ambiance of the modern technological world.
Daniel Keyes’ Flowers for Algernon is one of those books that proudly wears the label of ‘classic’
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Red Mars is one of the most beloved books in science-fiction, and possibly the most popular telling of humanity’s arrival on the red planet.
A new take on the idea of sentience and the alien other in science-fiction.
The second book in James S.A. Corey’s Expanse follows the story pretty much as expected.