Page 1: Showing 1 - 10 of 329
Ancillary Justice is Ann Leckie's stunning debut - the only novel to ever win the Hugo, Nebula, and Arthur C. Clarke awards - about a ship's AI who becomes trapped in a human body and her quest for revenge. A must read for fans of Ursula K. Le Guin a... Read more about Ancillary Justice
The body lay naked and facedown, a deathly gray, spatters of blood staining the snow around it. It was minus fifteen degrees Celsius and a storm had passed just hours before. The snow stretched smooth...
Liked Ancillary Justice?See 1372 Book Recommendations like Ancillary Justice
What if being a hero was encoded in your genes? And nobody told you?Casmir Dabrowski would laugh if someone asked him that. After all, he had to build a robot to protect himself from bullies when he was in school.Fortunately, life is a little better ... Read more about Shockwave
He stepped back with his kludgy remote control, promising to build something better once his prototype proved successful. He tapped a button, and the robot bird sprang off his desk, delicate wings fla...
Liked Shockwave?See 195 Book Recommendations like Shockwave
A starship crew of humans and dolphins skirts the brink of interstellar war in this epic adventure by the New York Times-bestselling author of The Postman.
We are not alone. Humanity's explorations have revealed galaxies inhabited by millions of in... Read more about Startide Rising
Fins had been making wisecracks about human beings for thousands of years. They had always found men terribly funny. The fact that humanity had meddled with their genes and taught them engineering had...
Liked Startide Rising?See 109 Book Recommendations like Startide Rising
It was supposed to be a simple test flight, one that pilot Ariane Austin was on only as a last-ditch backup; intelligent, superhumanly fast automation would handle the test activation and flight of humanity's first faster-than-light vessel. But when ... Read more about Grand Central Arena
and then relaxing the gyros, lining up the nuclear rocket blast through instinct and experience, firing to skirt the marker asteroid and get on a vector to pass through the next course obstacle—the "...
Liked Grand Central Arena?See 40 Book Recommendations like Grand Central Arena
When someone sends distress signals to outer space from the planet Tschai, it is Adam Reith's misfortune to be sent from Earth to investigate. Because when his ship comes close to Tschai, it is torpedoed -- and Adam escapes to the surface with his li... Read more about City of the Chasch
THE SCOUT-BOAT, STRUCK rather than propelled by the shockwave, tumbled bow over stern down toward the gray and brown planet, with Adam Reith and Paul Waunder bumping from bulkhead to bulkhead in the c...
Liked City of the Chasch?See 35 Book Recommendations like City of the Chasch
Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Series!
Brimming with Chambers' signature blend of heart-warming character relationships and dazzling adventure, Record of a Spaceborn few is the third standalone installment of the Wayfarers ser... Read more about Record of a Spaceborn Few
Tessa looked up from her small workbench and down to her even smaller daughter. ‘I can’t take you now, baby,’ she said. She nodded toward the cleanerbot she was trying to coax back to life. ‘I want to...
Liked Record of a Spaceborn Few?See 91 Book Recommendations like Record of a Spaceborn Few
"An imaginative and stunning tale of the perfect future threatened . . . a book of epic proportions not unlike Frank Herbert's Dune or Isaac Asimov's Foundation trilogy."-SFRevu
The year is 2380. The Intersolar Commonwealth, a sphere of stars, contai... Read more about Pandora's Star
The star vanished from the centre of the telescope’s image in less time than a single human heartbeat. There was no mistake, Dudley Bose was looking right at it when it happened. He blinked in surpris...
Liked Pandora's Star?See 627 Book Recommendations like Pandora's Star
Even back before the first bits of this story hit the newsstands, the folks who published it in Amazing Stories (January through April, 1934) knew they were on to something special. "We are sure that our readers will be highly pleased to have us give... Read more about Triplanetary
Apparently motionless to her passengers and crew, the Interplanetary liner Hyperion bored serenely onward through space at normal acceleration. In the railed-off sanctum in one corner of the control r...
Liked Triplanetary?See 70 Book Recommendations like Triplanetary
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Red Rising thrilled readers and announced the presence of a talented new author. Golden Son changed the game and took the story of Darrow to the next level. Now comes the exhilarating next chapter in the Red Rising Saga... Read more about Morning Star
Deep in darkness, far from warmth and sun and moons, I lie, quiet as the stone that surrounds me, imprisoning my hunched body in a dreadful womb. I cannot stand. Cannot stretch. I can only curl in a b...
Liked Morning Star?See 23 Book Recommendations like Morning Star
The acclaimed modern science fiction masterpiece, Hugo Award winner for Best Series!
Follow a motley crew on an exciting journey through space-and one adventurous young explorer who discovers the meaning of family in the far re... Read more about The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet
Living in space was anything but quiet. Grounders never expected that. For anyone who had grown up planetside, it took some time to get used to the clicks and hums of a ship, the ever-present ambiance...
Liked The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet?See 3443 Book Recommendations like The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet
Search Tip: If you know the title of a book you enjoyed, you can find books to read after by selecting it from the search dropdown.