For the month of November, we’re turning the spotlight on the imagination, excitement, and insight of a collection too often dismissed as only about spaceships and aliens. Adults who accept our challenge to read a science fiction book may enter to win an AMC Theatres or Barnes & Noble gift card. Check out below what newer books have landed in the science fiction collection.
by John Sandford and Ctein
When a Caltech intern notices what seems to be a spaceship decelerating towards Saturn, a new space race begins as governments hurry to get their hands on the technology.
Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits
by David Wong
Reluctantly traveling to the city in a violent near-future, a recent college grad learns that her late estranged father was the head of a superhero negotiator organization.
A Borrowed Man
by Gene Wolf
A clone living on a shelf in a public library with an uploaded recording of a deceased mystery writer as his personality is about to be checked out into a mystery of his own.
by Catherynne M. Valente
Severin starts making documentaries and while investigating the disappearance of a diving colony on a watery Venus is never seen again, with only her crew left to preserve her story.
by Ann Leckie
In order to save Atheok Station from her most bitter enemy, professional soldier Breq devises her most desperate plan yet.