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Sci-Fi Books I’d Rec Since #Scifimonth 2019 | #TopTenTuesday 264

This week we are suppose to talk about characters I’d name pets after but I still feel like I did that recently (last year at least I think) so I am just going to do something else.

So instead I am going to be talking about the Sci-fi Books I enjoyed since the last sci-fimonth, for Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). I do this every Sci-Fi Month and it didn’t feel right to skip it this year regardless of my semi-break.

The Expanse Book 1 & 2 by James S.A. Corey

I was unsure about picking up this series initially but at the end of it I did enjoy the intricacies of the world and the characters. There is also a tv show that I am slowly going through season 1 so there are various ways for you to give this one a try.

Bone Silence (Revenger 3) by Alastair Reynolds

The conclusion to the Revenger Space Opera that I truly enjoyed. There is a lot one can say about this conclusion, and I’d probably agree, but I still enjoyed it. And I really hope that the author will continue on in this world because there is so many left to discover.

The Electric Heir (Feverwake 2) by Victoria Lee

The conclusion to this great duology. The Fever King was one of my favorite reads of last year. The Electric Heir was once again good and had so many interesting ups and downs to consider.

Killing Gravity (Voidwitch Saga 1) by Corey J. White

Killing Gravity is a much mentioned sci-fi novella I’d seen around before finally giving it a try. It’s a little jarring at the start as you try to get your bearing but once you do, it works great.

Exit Strategy and Network Effect (Murderbot Diaries 4 & 5) by Martha Wells

I finally read the last Murderbot novella just before the full novel came out. It was good. But not as good as Network Effect. It was all the same feels but with much more story to put your teeth in. I can’t wait for the next one!

Seven Devils (Seven Devils 1) by Laura Lam and Elizabeth May

Seven Devils is a recent release and one that I truly enjoyed. There is so much to discover in here and I can’t wait for the sequel to come out next year.

Phoenix Extravagant by Yoon Ha Lee

This wasn’t entirely my novel but don’t let that stop you from picking it up. This is a high revolutionary story with a robot dragon. Who doesn’t want to read that?

What is your favorite Sci-Fi Read from the last year?

26 thoughts on “Sci-Fi Books I’d Rec Since #Scifimonth 2019 | #TopTenTuesday 264

  1. Sci-fi is one of those genre’s that I rarely ever reach for, but whenever I do I really end up liking the books. I think I’m just super intimidated to pick them up because they’re so different from my usual reads. Do you have any recs for light/beginner sci-fi books?

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