Recommended Reads: Science Fiction


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These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner:
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Madison Ireland says:

Who else loves Life Before We Knew It. I do!

Mariana I. says:

the thing most booktubers and book fans in general forget is that dystopia isnt a genre. in most cases, its scifi. cause scifi isnt exactly popular, most writers try to avoid mentioning it once dystopias got so mainstream. (And sure, there are a lot of dystopia that focus on romance and such so a lot of them dont count as science fiction) but the study and creative writing of the future and its many possibilities is a sub genre of science fiction, ever since Brave New world and 1984 and We.

Annalyze says:

I really need to read Illuminae, it just looks so cool how it’s told with all of the chat logs and whatnot. Unfortunately I actually really disliked Across the Universe. I couldn’t make it past halfway. I don’t know what is was specifically about it, but it just didn’t click for me. The Lunar Chronicles is AMAZING. Worth full price I’d say to be able to hurry up and read it. It’s one of my favorites. 🙂

Jessika McCuaig says:

i feel like scarlet was a mix of red riding hood and beauty and the beast since scarlet fell in love with wolf who was a beast like creature but idk thats just me lolz

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Kashish says:

u need to read cress

Alexa Loves Books says:

I’m not a big sci-fi reader either! But I’ve read a few of the ones you’ve mentioned here, and truly enjoyed them 🙂 The only ones I haven’t read yet are Across the Universe and Illuminae!

Books And Things says:

I love sci-fi, but I hardly ever read it. And when I do it’s usually adult, which is weird. I think the only YA sic-fi books I have read are The Lunar Chronicles and the Lux series. I really want to read Across the Universe!! The whole mystery aspect really intrigues me! Great recommendations 🙂

Tsundoku Books says:

I’m definitely not into Sci-Fi at all but I do have plans of reading Illuminae someday. haha

Lala in a Library says:

I brought Cinder the other day! I’ll start reading it when I finish the other books I’ve started reading.
One recommendation I have is The Divergent Series.

Wickedjr89 and Books says:

I loved the Across the Universe series! It’s the only ones out of all those i’ve read, so far! I need to fix that 😉

dawn says:

Wow, they were stuck on the same planet together? I sure hope I never get stuck on the same planet with the people I don’t like!

Kenzie Megan says:

Could you recommend Dystopian?

susena sravanj says:

Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy is the ultimate sci-fi book.

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Mariana I. says:

on a totally different note. Have you ever read the Chaos Walking Trilogy? ( they are scifi. ish)
The audiobooks are amazing btw

Issa GenTrin says:

Another good sci-fi is Starflight by Melissa Landers.

fromchelsea says:

I’m not usually a Sci-Fi book fan… but some of these sound SO exciting!!! <3

Captain strawberry says:

Can you please do Historic fiction?!

Soo says:

Please read The Diabolic!

Amanda Jackson says:

Whenever I think Sci-fi books I automatically think space so I have two books/series that I absolutely love and they are the Red Rising trilogy by Pierce Brown and the Avalon duology by Mindee Arnett. So good

That's life says:

I’m just finishing off with Winter from the Lunar Chronicles and I’m LOVING IT! What a great idea to do a fairytale retelling set in a cyborg kind of world!
These broken stars and Illuminae are on my TBR, but I’m not sure about Passenger. Heard very mixed things about this book.

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JAsmine Ong says:

I always scare of picking up sci-fi because I can’t get into it. However, I wanna try out Illuminae

Blaise Haddow says:

So I’m going to be honest and admit I haven’t read it yet, but based on your excitement for the fairy tale retelling with Sci fi elements, I thought I’d ask: are you familiar with Stitching Snow by RC Lewis? From the description, it’s Snow White in space (and the dwarves are drones). It struck me as something you might be interested in.

Abby says:

Do you go to the Library or check books out from there? You have so many books on your shelves so I’m just curious…

EquiEm500 says:

do historical fiction!!

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