Sometimes one gets random ideas. A good six months ago I had a random idea for sci-fi month. Hello brain. Could you not. Of course I had to make questions to these tv-shows that I had a hard time answering again because apparently that is my brand!
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A Book with Wormholes
The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers has a sort of wormhole that takes them on a ride.
A Retelling Set in Space
Second Star by J.M. Sullivan is a Peter Pan retelling set in space. First on a spaceship and later on a planet. I did not end up loving this one though. Not at all to be honest.
A Book With Characters Taken A Long Way From Home
To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers focuses on a group of scientists who are exploring various planets on lifeforms and the abbility to sustain life. They are very far from home and were suspended in animation during the trip through space.
A Book with Space Discovery or Visiting Multiple Planets
In Defy the Stars by Claudia Gray we visit quite a few planets along the way.
A Book with Multiple Alien Races
The novella Warp Gate Concerto by Dorian Graves mentions and shows us a variety of alien races
A Book that Uses the Term or Has Pseudo-Science
The Zanna Function by Daniel Wheatley has its pseudo-science I would say but to be honest, a lot of sci-fi things border on pseudo-science.
A Book with an Alien Invasion
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor. Not so much a planet but a ship in this instance.
A Book in Which a Group Tries to Survive Against All Odds
Pitch Dark by Courtney Alameda is about the survival on a stranded ship.
A Book with Time Travel
I am going with The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston here.
A Book Where Humans Own Creation Turns Against Them
The Outside by Ada Hoffman where the robots created became Gods.
A Book with Alien Abduction
Rejoice: A Knife to the Heart by Steven Erikson in a way has an alien abduction. Unfortunately I did not enjoy this book at all.
A Book with an Android/Robot/Cyborg as a main character
How could I not use The Murderbot Diaries here?
Have you watched any of these tv-shows? What is your favorite sci-fi tv show?