Science Fiction

Hell's Foundations Quiver (Safehold #8)

David Weber
Hell's Foundations Quiver (Safehold #8)
Hardback

Touch

Claire North
Touch
Paperback

Golden Son (#2)

Pierce Brown
Golden Son (#2)
Paperback

The Girl in the Road

Monica Byrne
The Girl in the Road
Paperback

Aurora

Aurora by Kim Stanley RobinsonI tend to find science fiction stories that deal with and, in some way or other, end in failure fascinating. A lot of speculative fiction deal with dark topics, pessimism, and dystopia - we are a long way from the optimism that was characteristic for what’s now commonly referred to as the Golden Age of SF, after all - but while the bulk of these stories may not necessarily have a happy ending, they do not primarily deal with failure. When I think of stories that are about failure, I think of Joanna RussWe Who Are About To…, about Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games-trilogy, about the immensely pessimistic stories of James Tiptree Jr., the works of Peter Watts, and about Aurora.

Lock In

John Scalzi
Lock In
Paperback

Dinosaur Lords

Victor Milan
Dinosaur Lords
Hardback

The Clockwork Crown

Beth Cato
The Clockwork Crown
Paperback

The Just City

Jo Walton
The Just City
Paperback

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