Read and To Read: By Year

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  • 2013
  • iD (2013) by Madeline Ashby
  • The Water Knife (2013) by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Pure (2012) by Julianna Baggott
  • The Last President (2013) by John Barnes
  • Lexicon (2013) by Max Barry
  • Proxima (2013) by Stephen Baxter
  • Cyberpunk: Stories of Hardware, Software, Wetware, Evolution, and Revolution (2013) by Victoria Blake, Editor
  • The Age Atomic (2013) by Adam Christopher
  • Abaddon's Gate (2013) by James S. A. Corey
  • The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirtieth Annual Collection (2013) by Gardner Dozois, Editor
  • The Arrows of Time (2013) by Greg Egan
  • The Fictional Man (2013) by Al Ewing
  • On the Razor's Edge (2013) by Michael Flynn
  • Impulse (2013) by Steven Gould
  • Heaven's Fall (2013) by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt
  • The Best of Joe Haldeman (2013) by Joe Haldeman
  • Twenty-First Century Science Fiction (2013) by David G. Hartwell and Patrick Nielsen Hayden
  • Kill City Blues: A Sandman Slim Novel (2013) by Richard Kadrey
  • Prophet of Bones (2013) by Ted Kosmatka
  • The Far-Time Incident (2013) by Neve Maslakovic
  • Starhawk (2013) by Jack McDevitt
  • Love Minus Eighty (2013) by Will McIntosh
  • The Curve of The Earth (2013) by Simon Morden
  • Ghost Spin (2013) by Chris Moriarty
  • Tunnel Out of Death (2013) by Jamil Nasir
  • The Story Until Now: A Great Big Book of Stories (2013) by Kit Reed
  • Red Planet Blues (2013) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • The Human Division (2013) by John Scalzi
  • Flyboy, Incorporated (2013) by Jason Sheehan
  • Neptune's Brood (2013) by Charles Stross
  • Chimera (2013) by David Wellington
  • The Best of Connie Willis: Award-Winning Stories (2013) by Connie Willis
  • Burning Paradise (2013) by Robert Charles Wilson
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  • 2012
  • 14 (2012) by Peter Clines
  • Armored (2012) by John Joseph Adams
  • Other Worlds Than These (2012) by John Joseph Adams
  • Throne of the Crescent Moon (2012) by Saladin Ahmed
  • vN (2012) by Madeline Ashby
  • Zero Point (2012) by Neal Asher
  • The Drowned Cities (2012) by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • The Hydrogen Sonata (2012) by Iain M. Banks
  • Losers in Space (2012) by John Barnes
  • Paradox Resolution (2012) by K.A. Bedford
  • Bowl of Heaven (2012) by Gregory Benford and Larry Niven
  • Any Day Now (2012) by Terry Bisson
  • Existence (2012) by David Brin
  • Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels 1985-2010 (2012) by Damien Broderick
  • alt.human (2012) by Keith Brooke
  • Arctic Rising (2012) by Tobias S. Buckell
  • Shadows in Flight (2012) by Orson Scott Card
  • Seven Wonders (2012) by Adam Christopher
  • Shadow Ops: Control Point (2012) by Myke Cole
  • Caliban's War (2012) by James S.A. Corey
  • Chemistry (2012) by James S.A. Corey
  • The Twelve (2012) by Justin Cronin
  • Poltergeeks (2012) by Sean Cummings
  • Pirate Cinema (2012) by Cory Doctorow
  • The Rapture of the Nerds (2012) by Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross
  • The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection (2012) by Gardner Dozois
  • Talulla Rising (2012) by Glen Duncan
  • The Eternal Flame (2012) by Greg Egan
  • The Woman Who Died A Lot (2012) by Jasper Fforde
  • What I Didn't See (2012) by Karen Joy Fowler
  • Heaven's War (2012) by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt
  • Blackout (2012) by Mira Grant
  • Champion of Mars (2012) by Guy Haley
  • Omega Point (2012) by Guy Haley
  • Great North Road (2012) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • Shadow of Night (2012) by Deborah Harkness
  • Empty Space (2012) by M. John Harrison
  • Year's Best SF 17 (2012) by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer
  • Expedition to the Mountains of the Moon (2012) by Mark Hodder
  • A Red Sun Also Rises (2012) by Mark Hodder
  • Rapture (2012) by Kameron Hurley
  • In One Person (2012) by John Irving
  • This Dark Earth (2012) by John Hornor Jacobs
  • Three A.M. (2012) by Steven John
  • Devil Said Bang (2012) by Richard Kadrey
  • Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing
  • Digital Rapture: The Singularity Anthology (2012) by James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel
  • The Unincorporated Future (2012) by Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin
  • The Games (2012) by Ted Kosmatka
  • After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall (2012) by Nancy Kress
  • Energized (2012) by Edward M. Lerner
  • Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound (2012) by Mark Leslie
  • V Wars (2012) by Jonathan Maberry
  • Intrusion (2012) by Ken MacLeod
  • The Very Best of Barry N. Malzberg (2012) by Barry N. Malzberg
  • Emperor Mollusk versus The Sinister Brain (2012) by A. Lee Martinez
  • Discount Armageddon (2012) by Seanan McGuire
  • Hitchers (2012) by Will McIntosh
  • Mutated (2012) by Joe McKinney
  • Beyond Here Lies Nothing (2012) by Gary McMahon
  • The Broken Universe (2012) by Paul Melko
  • Sacre Bleu: A Comedy d'Art (2012) by Christopher Moore
  • Ghost Spin (2012) by Chris Moriarty
  • Rasputin's Bastards (2012) by David Nickle
  • The Map of the Sky (2012) by Felix J. Palma
  • Living Proof (2012) by Kira Peikoff
  • Hide Me Among the Graves (2012) by Tim Powers
  • The Long Earth (2012) by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter
  • The Fractal Prince (2012) by Hannu Rajaniemi
  • Year Zero (2012) by Rob Reid
  • Blue Remembered Earth (2012) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Amped (2012) by Douglas E. Richards
  • Further: Beyond the Threshold (2012) by Chris Roberson
  • 2312 (2012) by Kim Stanley Robinson
  • The Mirage (2012) by Matt Ruff
  • Terminal Point (2012) by K.M. Ruiz
  • Triggers (2012) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas (2012) by John Scalzi
  • Nocturnal (2012) by Scott Sigler
  • Spin the Sky (2012) by Katy Stauber
  • The Mongoliad (2012) by Neal Stephenson, Greg Bear, Mark Teppo, E.D. deBirmingham, Erik Bear, Joseph Brassey, Cooper Moo
  • Bad Day for Voodoo (2012) by Jeff Strand
  • Mrs. God (2012) by Peter Straub
  • The Apocalypse Codex (2012) by Charles Stross
  • Prepare to Die! by Paul Tobin
  • Supervolcano: All Fall Down (2012) by Harry Turtledove
  • No Going Back (2012) by Mark L. Van Name
  • Slow Apocalypse (2012) by John Varley
  • The Hollow City (2012) by Dan Wells
  • The Chosen (2012) by Edward Willett
  • The Helix War (2012) by Edward Willett
  • Amped (2012) by Daniel H. Wilson
  • The Last Policeman (2012) by Ben Winters
  • This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It (2012) by David Wong
  • The Hermetic Millennia (2012) by John C. Wright
  • Sorry Please Thank You: Stories (2012) by Charles Yu
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  • 2011
  • Brave New Worlds: Dystopian Stories (2011) by John Joseph Adams
  • Debris (2011) by Jo Anderton
  • The Departure (2011) by Neal Asher
  • The Alchemist (2011) by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Daybreak Zero (2011) by John Barnes
  • Cryptum (2011) by Greg Bear
  • The Executioness (2011) by Tobias S. Buckell
  • The Gravity Pilot (2011) by M.M. Buckner
  • Alice in Time (2011) by Penelope Bush
  • Heartless (2011) by Gail Carriger
  • Empire State (2011) by Adam Christopher
  • Ready Player One (2011) by Ernest Cline
  • Leviathan Wakes (2011)by James S.A. Corey
  • Vacation (2011) by Matthew J. Costello
  • Down These Strange Streets (2001) by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin, Editors
  • The Clockwork Rocket (2011) by Greg Egan
  • One of Our Thursdays Is Missing: A Novel (2011) by Jasper Fforde
  • Method for Madness (2011) by David Gerrold
  • 7th Sigma (2011) by Steven Gould
  • Heaven's Shadow (2011) by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt
  • Deadline (2011) by Mira Grant
  • Raising Stony Mayhall (2011) by Daryl Gregory
  • Earthbound (2011) by Joe Haldeman
  • A Discovery of Witches (2011) by Deborah Harkness
  • The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man (2011) by Mark Hodder
  • The Damned Busters (2011) by Matthew Hughes
  • God's War (2011) by Kameron Hurley
  • The Liminal People (2011) by Ayize Jama-Everett
  • Roil (2011) by Trent Jamieson
  • Pym (2011) by Mat Johnson
  • Backbite (2011) by Adrienne Jones
  • Seeded (2011) by Adrienne Jones
  • 11/22/63 (2011) by Stephen King
  • The Unincorporated Woman (2011) by Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin
  • The Cabin in the Woods (2011) by Tim Lebbon
  • Up Against It (2011) by M.J. Locke
  • The Republic of Thieves (2011) by Scott Lynch
  • The Astounding, the Amazing, and the Unknown (2011) by Paul Malmont
  • The Immorality Engine (2011) by George Mann
  • Chasing the Moon (2011) by A. Lee Martinez
  • Soft Apocalypse (2011) by Will McIntosh
  • Embassytown (2011) by China Mieville
  • Equations of Life (2011) by Simon Morden
  • Future Lovecraft (2011) by Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula Stiles, Editors
  • Napier's Bones (2011) by Derryl Murphy
  • The Moon Maze Game (2011) by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes
  • Delirium (2011) by Lauren Oliver
  • All the Lives He Led (2011) by Frederik Pohl
  • Low Town (2011) by Daniel Polansky
  • The Islanders (2011) by Christopher Priest
  • Wired (2011) by Douglas E. Richards
  • By Light Alone (2011) by Adam Roberts
  • The Wise Man's Fear (2011) by Patrick Rothfuss
  • All Men of Genius (2011) by Lev AC Rosen
  • Enter, Night (2011) by Michael Rowe
  • Jim and the Flims (2011) by Rudy Rucker
  • Paradise Tales (2011) by Geoff Ryman
  • Wonder (2011) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Fuzzy Nation (2011) by John Scalzi
  • Diabolical (2010) by Hank Schwaeble
  • Flashback (2011) by Dan Simmons
  • The Highest Frontier (2011) by Joan Slonczewski
  • The Pack (2011) by Jason Starr
  • Revolution World (2011) by Katy Stauber
  • Hex (2011) by Allen Steele
  • Reamde (2011) by Neal Stephenson
  • Gothic High-Tech (2011) by Bruce Sterling
  • Rule 34 (2011) by Charles Stross
  • Supervolcano: Eruption (2011) by Harry Turtledove
  • Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti (2011) by Genevieve Valentine
  • The Children of the Sky (2011) by Vernor Vinge
  • Among Others (2011) by Jo Walton
  • Crysis: Legion (2011) by Peter Watts
  • I Don't Want to Kill You (2011) by Dan Wells
  • Goliath (2011) by Scott Westerfeld
  • Deep State (2011) by Walter Jon Williams
  • Vortex (2011) by Robert Charles Wilson
  • Robopocalypse (2011) by Daniel H. Wilson
  • Zone One (2011) by Colson Whitehead
  • Count to a Trillion (2011) by John C. Wright
  • Moondogs (2011) by Alexander Yates
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  • 2010
  • Yarn (2010) by Jon Armstrong
  • The Technician (2010) by Neal Asher
  • Surface Detail (2010) by Iain M. Banks
  • Directive 51 (2010) by John Barnes
  • The Loving Dead (2010) by Amelia Beamer
  • Hull Zero Three (2010) by Greg Bear
  • Mr. Shivers (2010) by Robert Jackson Bennett
  • Bigfoot War (2010) by Eric S. Brown
  • Mockingjay (2010) by Suzanne Collins
  • The Passage (2010) by Justin Cronin
  • For the Win (2010) by Cory Doctorow
  • Geosynchron (2010) by David Louis Edelman
  • Zendegi (2010) by Greg Egan
  • Pariah (2010) by Bob Fingerman
  • The Human Blend (2010) by Alan Dean Foster
  • The Nemesis List (2010) by R. J. Frith
  • Zero History (2010) by William Gibson
  • Feed (2010) by Mira Grant
  • Starbound (2010) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Evolutionary Void (2010) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • Horns (2010) by Joe Hill
  • Sleepless (2010) by Charlie Huston
  • The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack (2010) by Mark Hodder
  • Brain Thief (2010) by Alexander Jablokov
  • Full Dark, No Stars (2010) by Stephen King
  • Ghost Country (2010) by Patrick Lee
  • Countdown to Armageddon (2010) by Edward M. Lerner
  • InterstellarNet: Origins (2010) by Edward M. Lerner
  • InterstellarNet: New Order (2010) by Edward M. Lerner
  • Echo (2010) by Jack McDevitt
  • Kraken (2010) by China Mieville
  • The Four Fingers of Death (2010) by Rick Moody
  • All That Lives Must Die (2010) by Eric Nylund
  • The Quantum Thief (2010) by Hannu Rajaniemi
  • Terminal World (2010) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Watch (2010) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Damnable (2009) by Hank Schwaeble
  • Black Hills (2010) by Dan Simmons
  • Red Plenty (2010) by Francis Spufford
  • A Dark Matter (2010) by Peter Straub
  • The Fuller Memorandum (2010) by Charles Stross
  • The Trade of Queens (2010) by Charles Stross
  • Rise Again (2010) by Ben Tripp
  • Out of the Dark (2010) by David Weber
  • Mr. Monster (2010) by Dan Wells
  • Blackout (2010) by Connie Willis
  • All Clear (2010) by Connie Willis
  • How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu
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  • 2009
  • Orbus (2009) by Neal Asher
  • The Windup Girl (2009) by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Twisted Metal (2009) by Tony Ballantyne
  • Beat the Reaper (2009) by Josh Bazell
  • Genesis (2009) by Bernard Beckett
  • Moxyland (2009) by Lauren Beukes
  • Catching Fire (2009) by Suzanne Collins
  • Monster Hunter International (2009) by Larry Correia
  • Bad Things Happen (2009) by Harry Dolan
  • Last Days (2009) by Brian Evenson
  • Last Night in Twisted River (2009) by John Irving
  • Under the Dome (2008) by Stephen King
  • The Breach (2009) by Patrick Lee
  • Small Miracles (2009) by Edward M. Lerner
  • The Walls of the Universe (2009) by Paul Melko
  • The City & The City (2009) by China Miéville
  • Shadow Season (2009) by Tom Piccirilli
  • Boneshaker (2009) by Cherie Priest
  • Wake (2009)
  • The Jennifer Morgue (2009) by Charles Stross
  • POD (2009) by Stephen Wallenfels
  • Slights (2009) by Kaaron Warren
  • John Dies at the End (2009) by David Wong
  • I Am Not A Serial Killer (2009) by Dan Wells
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  • 2008
  • Line War (2008) by Neal Asher
  • Shadow of the Scorpion (2008) by Neal Asher
  • Matter (2008) by Iain M. Banks
  • Time Machines Repaired While-U-Wait (2008) by K.A. Bedford
  • Sly Mongoose (2008) by Tobias S. Buckell
  • The Hunger Games (2008) by Suzanne Collins
  • MultiReal (2008) by David Louis Edelman
  • Pandemonium (2008) by Daryl Gregory
  • Marsbound (2008) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Gone-Away World (2008) by Nick Harkaway
  • Kill Whitey (2008) by Brian Keene
  • Just After Sunset (2008) by Stephen King
  • Fools' Experiments (2008) by Edward M. Lerner
  • The Night Sessions (2008) by Ken MacLeod
  • The Quiet War (2008) by Paul J. McAuley
  • Singularity's Ring (2008) by Paul Melko
  • The Knife of Never Letting Go (2008) by Patrick Ness
  • The Map of Time (2008) by Felix J. Palma
  • House of Suns (2008) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Very Hard Choices (2008) by Spider Robinson
  • Anathem (2008) by Neal Stephenson
  • Slanted Jack (2008) by Mark L. Van Name
  • Rolling Thunder (2008) by John Varley
  • Terminal Mind (2008) by David Walton
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  • 2007
  • Hilldiggers (2007) by Neal Asher
  • Divergence (2007) by Tony Ballantyne
  • Ragamuffin (2007) by Tobias S. Buckell
  • Gentlemen of the Road (2007) by Michael Chabon
  • The Yiddish Policemen's Union (2007) by Michael Chabon
  • Spook Country (2007) by William Gibson
  • In War Times (2007) by Kathleen Ann Goonan
  • Man Vs Machine (2007) by Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers
  • The Accidental Time Machine (2007) by Joe Haldeman
  • Heart-Shaped Box (2007) by Joe Hill
  • Blaze (2007) by Stephen King
  • Mainspring (2007) by Jay Lake
  • The Execution Channel (2007) by Ken MacLeod
  • Brasyl (2007) by Ian McDonald
  • Black Man (2007) by Richard Morgan
  • Shelter (2007) by Susan Palwick
  • The Prefect (2007) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's (2007) by John Elder Robison
  • The Name of the Wind (2007) by Patrick Rothfuss
  • Bad Monkeys (2007) by Matt Ruff
  • Rollback (2007) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • The Last Colony (2007) by John Scalzi
  • Halting State (2007) by Charles Stross
  • One Jump Ahead (2007) by Mark L. Van Name
  • Axis (2007) by Robert Charles Wilson
  • John Dies at the End (2007) by David Wong
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  • 2006
  • Futureshocks (2006) by Lou Anders, Editor
  • The Patron Saint of Plagues (2006) by Barth Anderson
  • Polity Agent (2006) by Neal Asher
  • Prador Moon (2006) by Neal Asher
  • The Voyage of the Sable Keech (2006) by Neal Asher
  • The Armies of Memory (2006) by John Barnes
  • Hydrogen Steel (2006) by K.A. Bedford
  • Crystal Rain (2006) by Tobias S. Buckell
  • Infoquake (2006) by David Louis Edelman
  • Nova Swing (2006) by M. John Harrison
  • Variable Star (2006) by Robert A. Heinlein and Spider Robinson
  • The Lies of Locke Lamora (2006) by Scott Lynch
  • Conservatize Me (2006) by John Moe
  • Gradisil (2006) by Adam Roberts
  • Horizons (2006) by Mary Rosenblum
  • The Ghost Brigades (2006) by John Scalzi
  • The Ruins (2006) by Scott Smith
  • Pressure (2006) by Jeff Strand
  • Daemon (2006) by Daniel Suarez
  • Red Lightning (2006) by John Varley
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  • 2005
  • The Martian War (2005) by Kevin J. Anderson
  • Brass Man (2005) by Neal Asher
  • Capacity (2005) by Tony Ballantyne
  • Eclipse (2005) by K.A. Bedford
  • Old Twentieth (2005) by Joe Haldeman
  • Already Dead (2005) by Charlie Huston
  • Until I Find You (2005) by John Irving
  • Burn (2005) by James Patrick Kelly
  • Moonstruck (2005) by Edward M. Lerner
  • To Crush the Moon (2005) by Wil McCarthy
  • Creepers (2005) by David Morrell
  • Pushing Ice (2005) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Mindscan (2005) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Old Man's War (2005) by John Scalzi
  • The Hidden Family (2005) by Charles Stross
  • Mammoth (2005) by John Varley
  • Uglies (2005) by Scott Westerfeld
  • Spin (2005) by Robert Charles Wilson
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  • 2004
  • Cowl (2004) by Neal Asher
  • Recursion (2004) by Tony Ballantyne
  • A Princess of the Aerie (2003) by John Barnes
  • The Final Solution (2004) by Michael Chabon
  • Eastern Standard Tribe (2004) by Cory Doctorow
  • Camouflage (2004) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Labyrinth Key (2004) by Howard V. Hendrix
  • The Polysyllabic Spree (2004) by Nick Hornby
  • Lost in Transmission (2004) by Wil McCarthy
  • Cusp (2005) by Robert A. Metzger
  • The Boy Who Would Live Forever (2004) by Frederik Pohl
  • Century Rain (2004) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Very Bad Deaths (2004) by Spider Robinson
  • The Family Trade (2004) by Charles Stross
  • Iron Sunrise (2004) by Charles Stross
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  • 2003
  • The Line of Polity (2003) by Neal Asher
  • In the Hall of the Martian King (2003) by John Barnes
  • Hyperthought (2003) by M.M. Buckner
  • Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom (2003) by Cory Doctorow
  • Phobos (2003) by Ty Drago
  • The Well Of Lost Plots (2003) by Jasper Fforde
  • The Wreck of the River of Stars (2003) by Michael Flynn
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (2003) by Mark Haddon
  • Dante's Equation (2003) by Jane Jensen
  • The Pixel Eye (2003) by Paul Levinson
  • The Wellstone (2003) by Wil McCarthy
  • The Speed of Dark (2003) by Elizabeth Moon
  • Spin State (2003) by Chris Moriarty
  • Absolution Gap (2003) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Polystom (2003) by Adam Roberts
  • Natural History (2003) by Justina Robson
  • Set This House in Order: A Romance of Souls (2003) by Matt Ruff
  • Humans (2003) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Hybrids (2003) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Singularity Sky (2003) by Charles Stross
  • Maul (2003) by Tricia Sullivan
  • Red Thunder (2003) by John Varley
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  • 2002
  • The Skinner (2002) by Neal Asher
  • The Duke of Uranium (2002) by John Barnes
  • The Sky So Big and Black (2002) by John Barnes
  • Vitals (2002) by Greg Bear
  • Orbital Burn (2003) by K.A. Bedford
  • Kiln People (2002) by David Brin
  • Shadow Puppets (2002) by Orson Scott Card
  • Summerland (2002) by Michael Chabon
  • Lost in a Good Book (2002) by Jasper Fforde
  • Guardian (2002) by Joe Haldeman
  • Light (2002) by M. John Harrison
  • Year's Best SF 7 (2002) by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer (Editors)
  • The Consciousness Plague (2002) by Paul Levinson
  • Speaks the Nightbird (2002) by Robert McCammon
  • Picoverse (2002) by Robert Metzger
  • The Speed of Dark (2002) by Elizabeth Moon
  • Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal (2002) by Christopher Moore
  • Altered Carbon (2002) by Richard Morgan
  • Mike Nelson's Mind over Matters (2002) by Michael J. Nelson
  • The Cabinet of Curiosities (2002) by Douglas Preson and Lincoln Child
  • Redemption Ark (2002) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Stone (2002) by Adam Roberts
  • Spaceland (2002) by Rudy Rucker
  • The Disappeared (2002) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • Hominids (2002) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Spider Moon (2002) by John Shirley
  • Hardcase (2002) by Dan Simmons
  • A Winter Haunting (2002) by Dan Simmons
  • The Praxis (2002) by Walter Jon Williams
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  • 2001
  • Domain (2001) by Steve Alten
  • Gridlinked (2001) by Neal Asher
  • The Merchants of Souls (2001) by John Barnes
  • If Chins Could Kill (2001) by Bruce Campbell
  • Shadow of the Hegemon (2001) by Orson Scott Card
  • The Wooden Sea (2001) by Jonathan Carroll
  • The Eyre Affair (2001) by Jasper Fforde
  • American Gods (2001) by Neil Gaiman
  • The Fourth Hand (2001)
  • Black House (2001) by Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Borrowed Tides (2001) by Paul Levinson
  • The Getaway Special (2001) by Jerry Oltion
  • Fraud (2001) by David Rakoff
  • Chasm City (2001) by Alastair Reynolds
  • On (2001) by Adam Roberts
  • The Free Lunch (2001) by Spider Robinson
  • Ship of Fools (2001) by Richard Paul Russo
  • The Atrocity Archive (2001) by Charles Stross
  • Alien Taste (2001) by Wen Spencer
  • Little Lit: Strange Stories for Strange Kids (2001) by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly (Editors)
  • Chronospace (2001) by Allen Steele
  • Divine Intervention (2001) by Ken Wharton
  • The Chronoliths (2001) by Robert Charles Wilson
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  • 2000
  • Candle (2000) by John Barnes
  • Mr. Spaceman (2000) by Robert Olen Butler
  • Killing Time (2000) by Caleb Carr
  • The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (2000) by Michael Chabon
  • House of Leaves (2000) by Mark Z. Danielewski
  • The Coming (2000) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Naked God Part 1: Flight (2000) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • The Naked God Part 2: Faith (2000) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • The Collapsium (2000) by Wil McCarthy
  • Dreamtoons (2000) by Jesse Reklaw
  • Revelation Space (2000) by Alastair Reynolds
  • Salt (2000) by Adam Roberts
  • Calculating God (2000) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Darwin's Blade (2000) by Dan Simmons
  • Take the Cannoli : Stories from the New World (2000) by Sarah Vowell
  • Run (2000) by Douglas E. Winter
  • Going, Going, Gone (2000) by Jack Womack
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  • Read From 1999
  • Finity (1999) by John Barnes
  • Foundation's Triumph (1999) by David Brin
  • Ender's Shadow (1999) by Orson Scott Card
  • Forever Free (1999) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999) by Stephen King
  • The Silk Code (1999) by Paul Levinson
  • Flashforward (1999) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • The Crook Factory (1999) by Dan Simmons
  • Cryptonomicon (1999) by Neal Stephenson
  • Starfish (1999) by Peter Watts
  • Conspiracies (1999) by F. Paul Wilson
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  • 1998
  • Earth Made of Glass (1998) by John Barnes
  • Heaven's Reach (1998) by David Brin
  • A Widow for One Year (1998) by John Irving
  • Deepdrive (1998) by Alexander Jablokov
  • Noir (1998) by K.W. Jeter
  • Bag of Bones (1998) by Stephen King
  • Bloom (1998) by Wil McCarthy
  • Signal to Noise (1998) by Eric Nylund
  • User Friendly (1998) by Spider Robinson
  • Factoring Humanity (1998)
  • Distraction by Bruce Sterling
  • The Golden Globe (1998) by John Varley
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  • 1997
  • The Angel of Darkness (1997) by Caleb Carr
  • Einstein's Bridge (1997) by John Cramer
  • Forever Peace (1997) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Neutronium Alchemist Part 1: Consolidation (1997) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • The Neutronium Alchemist Part 2: Conflict (1997) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • Eternity Road (1997) by Jack McDevitt
  • Shade's Children (1997) by Garth Nix
  • Frameshift (1997)
  • Illegal Alien (1997)
  • The Rise of Endymion (1997) by Dan Simmons
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  • 1996
  • Excession (1996) by Iain M. Banks
  • Infinity's Shore (1996) by David Brin
  • Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus by Orson Scott Card
  • Top Dog (1996) by Jerry Jay Carroll
  • The Reality Dysfunction Part I: Emergence (1996) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • The Reality Dysfunction Part 2: Expansion (1996) by Peter F. Hamilton
  • River of Dust (1996) by Alexander Jablokov
  • The Green Mile (1996) by Stephen King
  • The Fall of Sirius (1996) by Wil McCarthy
  • Murder in the Solid State (1996) by Wil McCarthy
  • Blameless in Abaddon (1996) by James Morrow
  • Starplex (1996)
  • Endymion (1996) by Dan Simmons
  • Spares (1996) by Michael Marshall Smith
  • The Cobweb (1996) by Neal Stephenson and J. Frederick George (as Stephen Bury)
  • The Hellfire Club (1996) by Peter Straub
  • Bellwether (1996) by Connie Willis
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  • 1995
  • Kaleidoscope Century (1995) by John Barnes
  • Headcrash (1995) by Bruce Bethke
  • Brightness Reef (1995) by David Brin
  • Distress (1995) by Greg Egan
  • The Truth Machine (1995) by James L. Halperin
  • Flies from the Amber (1995) by Wil McCarthy
  • Pawn's Dream (1995) by Eric Nylund
  • The Terminal Experiment (1995) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Zod Wallop by William Browning Spencer
  • The Diamond Age (1995) by Neal Stephenson
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  • 1994
  • Feersum Endjinn (1994) by Iain M. Banks
  • Mother of Storms (1994) by John Barnes
  • The Alienist (1994) by Caleb Carr
  • Hostile Takeover (1994) by Brian Daley and James Luceno
  • 1968 (1994) by Joe Haldeman
  • A Son of the Circus (1994) by John Irving
  • Aggressor Six (1994) by Wil McCarthy
  • Towing Jehovah (1994) by James Morrow
  • The Hacker and the Ants (1994) by Rudy Rucker
  • End of an Era (1994) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Foreigner (1994) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • Fires of Eden (1994) by Dan Simmons
  • Interface (1994) by Neal Stephenson and J. Frederick George
  • Snow Crash (1992) by Neal Stephenson
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  • 1993
  • Against a Dark Background (1993) by Iain M. Banks
  • Glory Season (1993) by David Brin
  • Virtual Light (1993) by William Gibson
  • Nimbus (1993) by Alexander Jablokov
  • Beggars in Spain (1993) by Nancy Kress
  • Sewer, Gas, and Electric (1993) by Matt Ruff
  • Fossil Hunter (1993)
  • The Throat (1993) by Peter Straub
  • Elvissey (1993) by Jack Womack
  • Random Acts of Senseless Violence (1993) by Jack Womack
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  • 1992
  • A Million Open Doors (1992) by John Barnes
  • Free Radicals (1992) by Brian Daley and James Luceno
  • Uncle Petros & Goldbach's Conjecture (1992) by Apostolos K. Doxiadis
  • Quarantine (1992) by Greg Egan
  • A Season for Slaughter (1992) by David Gerrold
  • Worlds Enough and Time (1992) by Joe Haldeman
  • A Deeper Sea (1992) by Alexander Jablokov
  • Gerald's Game (1992) by Stephen King
  • City of Truth (1992) by James Morrow
  • Far-Seer (1992)
  • Children of the Night (1992) by Dan Simmons
  • The Hollow Man (1992) by Dan Simmons
  • Snow Crash (1992) by Neal Stephenson
  • Steel Beach (1992) by John Varley
  • Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
  • Nightworld (1992) by F. Paul Wilson
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  • 1991
  • Orbital Resonance (1991) by John Barnes
  • Raft (1991) by Stephen Baxter
  • Synners (1991) by Pat Cadigan
  • Artifact of the System (1991) by Brian Daley and James Luceno
  • Event Horizon (1991) by Brian Daley and James Luceno
  • American Psycho (1991) by Bret Easton Ellis
  • Carve the Sky (1991) by Alexander Jablokov
  • Needful Things (1991) by Stephen King
  • Beggars in Spain (1991) by Nancy Kress
  • Probe (1991) by Edward M. Lerner
  • The Mailman (1991) by Bentley Little
  • Quad World (1991) by Robert Metzger
  • Summer of Night (1991) by Dan Simmons
  • Stations of the Tide (1991) by Michael Swanwick
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  • 1990
  • Use of Weapons (1990) by Iain M. Banks
  • Earth (1990) by David Brin
  • Jurassic Park (1990) by Michael Crichton
  • Rats and Gargoyles (1990) by Mary Gentle
  • The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling
  • Take Back Plenty (1990) by Colin Greenland
  • The Hemingway Hoax (1990) by Joe Haldeman
  • Red Spider, White Web (1990) by Misha Nogha
  • Golden Fleece (1990) by Robert J. Sawyer
  • The Fall of Hyperion (1990) by Dan Simmons
  • Heathern (1990) by Jack Womack
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  • 1989
  • Twistor (1989) by John Cramer
  • A Rage for Revenge (1989) by David Gerrold
  • The Long Habit of Living (1989) by Joe Haldeman
  • A Prayer for Owen Meany (1989) by John Irving
  • Farewell Horizontal (1989) by K. W. Jeter
  • Good News From Outer Space (1989) by John Kessel
  • The Dark Half (1989) by Stephen King
  • The Fool's Run (1989) by John Sandford
  • Carrion Comfort (1989) by Dan Simmons
  • Hyperion (1989) by Dan Simmons
  • Mystery (1989) by Peter Straub
  • Grass (1989) by Sherri Tepper
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  • 1988
  • The Player of Games (1988) by Iain M. Banks
  • Sin of Origin (1988) by John Barnes
  • Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988) by William Gibson
  • The City, Not Long After (1988) by Pat Murphy
  • Fool on the Hill (1988) by Matt Ruff
  • Deserted Cities of the Heart (1988) by Lewis Shiner
  • Zodiac (1988) by Neal Stephenson
  • Koko (1988) by Peter Straub
  • Legacies (1998) by F. Paul Wilson
  • Terraplane (1988) by Jack Womack
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  • 1987
  • Consider Phlebas (1987) by Iain M. Banks
  • The Man Who Pulled Down the Sky (1987) by John Barnes
  • The Uplift War (1987) by David Brin
  • Wyrms (1987) by Orson Scott Card
  • Tool of the Trade (1987) by Joe Haldeman
  • To Sail Beyond the Sunset (1987) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Infernal Devices (1987) by K.W. Jeter
  • Misery (1987) by Stephen King
  • Swan Song (1987) by Robert R. McCammon
  • Tommyknockers (1987) by Stephen King
  • On Stranger Tides (1987) by Tim Powers
  • Vacuum Flowers (1987) by Michael Swanwick
  • Ambient (1987) by Jack Womack
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  • 1986
  • Heart of the Comet (1986) by Gregory Benford and David Brin
  • Speaker for the Dead (1986) by Orson Scott Card
  • Count Zero (1986) by William Gibson
  • It (1986) by Stephen King
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  • 1985
  • Blood Music (1985) by Greg Bear
  • Eon (1985) by Greg Bear
  • Artifact (1985) by Gregory Benford
  • The Postman (1985) by David Brin
  • Ender's Game (1985) by Orson Scott Card
  • Dayworld (1985) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • Fangs(1985) by Richard Forsythe
  • The Cat Who Walks Through Walls (1985) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Proteus Operation (1985) by James P. Hogan
  • The Cider House Rules (1985)
  • Dad's Nuke (1985) by Marc Laidlaw
  • Footfall (1985) by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
  • Black Star Rising (1985) by Frederik Pohl
  • Dinner at Deviant's Palace (1985) by Tim Powers
  • Contact (1985) by Carl Sagan
  • Song of Kali (1985) by Dan Simmons
  • In The Drift (1985) by Michael Swanwick
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  • 1984
  • The Practice Effect (1984) by David Brin
  • Yendi (1984) by Steven Brust
  • A Day for Damnation (1984) by David Gerrold
  • Neuromancer (1984) by William Gibson
  • Job: A Comedy of Justice (1984) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Dr. Adder (1984) by K. W. Jeter
  • The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Thinner (1984) by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
  • Heechee Rendezvous (1984) by Frederik Pohl
  • The Wild Shore by Kim Stanley Robinson
  • Frontera (1984) by Lewis Shiner
  • Demon (1984) by John Varley
  • Them Bones by Howard Waldrop
  • The Tomb (1984) by F. Paul Wilson
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  • 1983
  • Against Infinity (1983) by Gregory Benford
  • Startide Rising (1983) by David Brin
  • Jhereg (1983) by Steven Brust
  • Gods of Riverworld (1983) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • A Matter For Men (1983) by David Gerrold
  • Worlds Apart (1983) by Joe Haldeman
  • Christine (1983) by Stephen King
  • Pet Semetary (1983) by Stephen King
  • The Anubis Gates (1983) by Tim Powers
  • Floating Dragon (1983) by Peter Straub
  • Millennium (1983) by John Varley
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  • Merchanter's Luck (1982) by C. J. Cherryh
  • 2010: Odyssey Two (1982) by Arthur C. Clarke
  • Friday (1982) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Running Man (1982) by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
  • Software (1982) by Rudy Rucker
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  • Outland (1981) by Alan Dean Foster
  • Worlds (1981) by Joe Haldeman
  • The Hotel New Hampshire (1981)
  • Cujo (1981) by Stephen King
  • Roadwork (1981) by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
  • The Steel Tsar (1981) by Michael Moorcock
  • Spacetime Donuts (1981) by Rudy Rucker
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  • Timescape (1980) by Gregory Benford
  • Sundiver (1980) by David Brin
  • The Magic Labyrinth (1980) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • Bishop's Landing (1980) by Richard Forsythe
  • The Number of the Beast (1980) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Riddley Walker (1980) by Russell Hoban
  • Worlds Enough, and Time (1980) by James Kahn
  • Firestarter (1980) by Stephen King
  • The Ringworld Engineers (1980) by Larry Niven
  • Beyond the Blue vent Horizon (1980) by Frederik Pohl
  • White Light (1980) by Rudy Rucker
  • City Come A-Walkin' (1980) by John Shirley
  • Shadowland (1980) by Peter Straub
  • Mockingbird (1980) by Walter Tevis
  • Wizard (1980) by John Varley
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  • 1979
  • On Wings of Song (1979) by Thomas M. Disch
  • Mission to Moulokin (1979) by Alan Dean Foster
  • The Jesus Incident (1979) by Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom
  • Morlock Night (1979) by K. W. Jeter
  • The Dead Zone (1979) by Stephen King
  • The Long Walk (1979) by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
  • The Ringworld Engineers (1979) by Larry Niven
  • The Probability Broach (1979) by L. Neil Smith
  • Ghost Story (1979) by Peter Straub
  • Titan (1979) by John Varley
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  • 1978
  • Splinter of the Mind's Eye (1978) by Alan Dean Foster
  • The World According to Garp (1978) by John Irving
  • The Stand (1978) by Stephen King
  •  
  • 1977
  • The Dark Design (1977) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • Rage (1977) by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
  • The Shining (1977) by Stephen King
  • Lucifer's Hammer (1977) by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
  • Gateway (1977) by Frederik Pohl
  • The Ophiuchi Hotline (1977) by John Varley
  • Supermind (1977) by A. E. Van Vogt
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  • 1976
  • The Alteration (1976) by Kingsley Amis
  • Mindbridge (1976) by Joe Haldeman
  • Interview with the Vampire (1976) by Anne Rice
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  • 1975
  • The Shockwave Rider (1975) by John Brunner
  • The Forever War (1975) by Joe Haldeman
  • 'Salem's Lot (1975) by Stephen King
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  • 1974
  • Icerigger (1974) by Alan Dean Foster
  • The 158-Pound Marriage (1974) by John Irving
  • Carrie (1974) by Stephen King
  • The Land Leviathan (1974) by Michael Moorcock
  • The Mote in God's Eye (1974) by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
  • The Inverted World (1974) by Christopher Priest
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  • 1973
  • The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe (1973) by D.G. Compton
  • The Man Who Folded Himself (1973) by David Gerrold
  • Time Enough for Love (1973) by Robert A. Heinlein
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  • 1972
  • The Sheep Look Up (1972) by John Brunner
  • A Transatlantic Tunnel, Hurrah! (1972) by Harry Harrison
  • The Water-Method Man (1972) by John Irving
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  • 1971
  • Half Past Human (1971) by T. J. Bass
  • The Fabulous Riverboat (1971) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • To Your Scattered Bodies Go (1971) by Philip Jose Farmer
  • Hell House (1971) by Richard Matheson
  • The Warlord of the Air (1971) by Michael Moorcock
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  • 1970
  • Chronocules (1970) by D.G. Compton
  • The Steel Crocodile (1970) by D.G. Compton
  • A Maze of Death (1970) by Philip K. Dick
  • I Will Fear No Evil (1970) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Ringworld (1970) by Larry Niven
  • The Year of the Quiet Sun (1970) by Wilson Tucker
  • Nine Princes in Amber (1970) by Roger Zelazny
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  • 1969
  • The Andromeda Strain (1969) by Michael Crichton
  • Dune Messiah (1969) by Frank Herbert
  • 98.4 (1969) by Christopher Hodder-Williams
  • Three Survived (1969) by Robert Silverberg
  • Slaughterhouse-Five (1969) by Kurt Vonnegut
  • Damnation Alley (1969) by Roger Zelazny
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  • 1968
  • Stand on Zanzibar (1968) by John Brunner
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) by Arthur C. Clarke
  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) by Philip K. Dick
  • Setting Free the Bears (1968) by John Irving
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  • 1967
  • Cryptozoic! (1968) by Brian W. Aldiss
  • The Butterfly Kid (1967) by Chester Anderson
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  • 1966
  • Make Room! Make Room! (1966) by Harry Harrison
  • The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (1966) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Destination: Void (1966) by Frank Herbert
  • Flowers for Algernon (1966) by Daniel Keyes
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  • 1965
  • Bill, the Galactic Hero (1965) by Harry Harrison
  • Dune (1965) by Frank Herbert
  • The Genocides (1965) by Thomas M. Disch
  • A Wrinkle in the Skin (1965) by John Christopher
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  • 1964
  • Farnham's Freehold (1964) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Wanderer (1964) by Fritz Leiber
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  • 1963
  • All the Colors of Darkness (1963) by Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
  • Glory Road (1963) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Cat's Cradle (1963) by Kurt Vonnegut
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  • 1962
  • The Drowned World (1962) by J.G. Ballard
  • The Long Winter (1962) by John Christopher
  • Joyleg (1962) by Avram Davidson and Ward Moore
  • The Man in the High Castle (1962) by Philip K. Dick
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  • 1961
  • Some Will Not Die (1961) by Algis Budrys
  • Dark Universe (1961) by Daniel F. Galouye
  • The Stainless Steel Rat (1961) by Harry Harrison
  • Stranger in a Strange Land (1961) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Day They H-Bombed Los Angeles (1961) by Robert Moore Williams
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  • 1960
  • Rogue Moon (1960) by Algis Budrys
  • Unearthly Neighbors (1960) by Chad Oliver
  • Agent of Vega (1960) by James H. Schmitz
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  • 1959
  • A Treasury of Great Science Fiction, Volume One (1959) by Anthony Boucher, Editor
  • Starship Troopers (1959) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Sirens of Titan (1959) by Kurt Vonnegut
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  • 1958
  • A Case of Conscience (1958) by James Blish
  • This Crowded Earth (1958) by Robert Bloch
  • Who? (1958) by Algis Budrys
  • The Big Time (1958) by Fritz Leiber
  • The Time Traders (1958) by Andre Norton
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  • 1957
  • The Door into Summer (1957) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Wasp (1957) by Eric Frank Russell
  • On the Beach (1957) by Nevil Shute
  • The Midwich Cuckoos (1957) by John Wyndham
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  • 1956
  • Under Pressure (1956) by Frank Herbert
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  • 1955
  • The End of Eternity (1955) by Isaac Asimov
  • The Forever Machine (1955) (aka They'd Rather Be Right) by Mark Clifton and Frank Riley
  • The Inheritors (1955) by William Golding
  • Tunnel in the Sky (1955) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • The Chrysalids (1955) by John Wyndham
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  • 1954
  • The Caves of Steel (1954) by Isaac Asimov
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  • 1953
  • Fahrenheit 451 (1953) by Ray Bradbury
  • Childhood's End (1953) by Arthur C. Clarke
  • Hellflower (1953) by George O. Smith
  • The Kraken Wakes (1953) by John Wyndham
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  • The Demolished Man (1952) by Alfred Bester
  • Conjure Wife (1952) by Fritz Leiber
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  • Foundation (1951) by Isaac Asimov
  • The Day of the Triffids (1951) by John Wyndham
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  • Farmer in the Sky (1950) by Robert A. Heinlein
  • Gather, Darkness! (1950) by Fritz Leiber
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  • Earth Abides (1949) by George R. Stewart
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  • 1948
  • Triplanetary (1948) by E. E. ’Doc’ Smith
  • Darker Than You Think (1948) by Jack Williamson
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  • The Mightiest Machine (1947) by John W. Campbell
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I don't read much any more, and one of the last authors that grabed me was Dan Simmons. Almost bought ILIUM. When you read it, I'd be interested to see a mini-review - any chance of that?

Sure, Bertie. I'll see what I can do after I've read it. So have you read anything by Dan Simmons? If not I've read almost all of his other titles so I'm sure I can make a recommendation.

Sure have. Carrion Comfort (not sf, but engrossing), Hyperion, The Fall of Hyperion, Endymion, The Rise of Endymion. Those four are amazingly imaginative and engrossing sf and I recommend them very highly.

The only book on your reading list here that I have read is (big surprise) the Heinlein - I've read all of his that was published while he was alive. Double Star was an award winner, I recall, but I wouldn't place it among his best. Are you familiar with the old movie The Prisoner of Zenda? - or the more recent Dave - about an actor who is roped in to impersonate the President when he dies and they want to keep his death secret? Well, both Dave and the Double Star are based on the old Zenda plot. Being non-late-period Heinlein, it is, of course, well worth reading, but, as I said, not really among his best.

Cool. Dan Simmons and Robert Heinlein are 2 of my favorite authors amongst some other. By my count, so far, I've read 13 Dan Simmons titles, including all that you mentioned, and 12 by Robert Heinlein, almost everything from Starship Troopers (1959) and forward.

The reason I picked Double Star was because it's the book he published after the last Heinlein book I read Tunnel in the Sky and it won the Hugo. I'm semi-familiar with the basic premise. Someday I may read his juveniles as well.

As far as Dan Simmons is concerned you've read 5 of the big ones. Carrion Comfort is awesome and the Hyperion/Endymion series is a very solid and imaginative series as well. I would say the Summer of Night (1991) and Darwin's Blade (2000) are 2 other Simmons' favorites of mine.

Thanks for your comments!

Well I can tell you Replay and Accidental Time Machine are both awesome and Im assuming youve read Beggars in Spain if youve got Beggars and Choosers on your list. I will say that its a great book, but DO NOT expect more of the first book.

Otherwise, youve got a TON of stuff on here that is already on my list and a few others I will now be checking into so...thanks

Oh, and what have you read by Robert Charles Wilson? Me, Ive read Chronoliths and Mysterium and I loved them both. I cant wait to read more from him, but I dont think Blind Lake was on the top of that list. Any particular reason why that one or have you just read everything else already?

Cool. Accidental Time Machine will be my 11th or 12th Joe Haldeman novel. He also has a brand new one coming out called Marsbound.

I have read Beggars in Spain and am interested in seeing where Nancy Kress goes with the series. I just got her book of short stories called Nano Comes to Clifford Falls out of the library. She's really good in short story form if you aren't familiar.

For Robert Charles Wilson I've read The Chronoliths and Spin. I believe I choose Blind Lake because it had the highest user rating of the books I haven't read by him. I really should read Axis next but I think there's a 3rd one coming out in that series and I hate reading volumes in a trilogy years apart.

This is fairly current list of everything I've read and want to read.

The only Kress Ive read so far are Beggars in Spain and Beggars And Choosers so I dont really know how she is in short form, but I will warn you that short story format generally isnt really my cup of tea. Im also not *huge* on series' and Beggars is one of the few exceptions. Brain Rose is next up for her (and of course Beggars' Ride)

With Choosers, the expound more on the Super Sleepless and you will be introduced to two social classes as a result: The Livers and The Donkeys. I really liked it overall, but dont think that you will be following any of the previous characters. If it was a movie, Leisha would have about 2 minutes' screen time.

On Haldeman, ATM and The Hemingway Hoax are the only ones Ive read so far. I dont want to move right into the War series just yet. I think Long Habit Of Living is next up. I lost my colored formatting telling me which novels were next for each author (wrote Jim about it) so Im kinda lost now...grrrrr

For Wilson, I was going to go for Spin or The Harvest next...what do you think?

This is my main list. I also have a "one-off" list as well. Like I said, you cant see the red color any more, but if you want to know, you can clone and its the ones that have spaces right before the titles that *were* highlighted as next up. I will take a look at your list now...

Oh, if youre not already a member, please join www.goodreads.com. Its an amazing book site. If you like it, we could be friends on there: My username is 'Ubik'.

I'll have to admit I'm not much of a short story reader myself. I like engrossing myself in novels more. But the few Nancy Kress stories I've read are almost like mini-novels and I find myself seeing them as the perfect length for a translation to the movie screen. Case in point she has a story called Computer Virus which I thought would make an great movie. I'm also hesitant to dive into most series unless it's going to be really good. If you look over my "have read" list I haven't read a lot of series.

If those are the only two Haldeman's you've read you have a ton of treats in store. If by War series you mean Forever War then it's definitely worth reading. It's a pretty short book. Forever War really only has one sequel, Forever Free. Both books have the same characters. Forever Peace takes place in the same universe but wasn't really part of the series.

For RCW I've only read Spin. I'm not familiar with The Harvest. I've heard good things about Darwinia. Keep in mind that Spin and Axis are part of a series.

Funnily enough I got my monthly Good Reads e-mail newsletter overnight. I am a member on there. I'll have to check and see how well I've been keeping my lists updated. I've added you as well. :-)

Oh, I know, its one of those "exceptions" for series. Yeah, I did mean Forever War series. Interesting to know that Peace wasnt really an official sequel.

A suggestion I have for you (although Ive only read one novel so far -- just ILLd my 2nd) is the Strugatsky Brothers. I really loved Prisoners Of Power, and Im about to get 2nd Invasion Of Mars.

Btw, Jim is working on why my font color disappeared yesterday so if/when that gets fixed, youll be able to tell more readily what Im up to reading next, etc.

I added you on goodreads btw. Youve rated Accidental TIme Machine? I thought you were to read that soon....youre an extremely fast reader?

I have a Strugatski Brothers book on my desk called Hard To Be A God. I've heard good things about them as well but haven't had the chance yet.

Actually I think I just added Accidental Time Machine on my to read list. I just picked it up from the library yesterday. If I somehow rated it then it was by accident.

If reading Forever War because it's part of a series puts you off I wouldn't let it. I read it a long time ago and was suprised when I put out two more books in the same universe. It's a very good standalone novel without the books that came later.