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Top 10 Best Sci-Fi Books In 2021

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When you think of Sci-Fi Books, who is the first writer to cross your mind? Is it Jules Verne, J.R.R. Tolkien, Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, H.G. Wells, George Orwell, or Ray Bradbury? Or have the more recent authors left a bigger mark?

Making a list of the best sci-fi books of all time is a risky game, as there are just too many good reads that deserve equal recognition. However, here are our favorites in the sci-fi section

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10.The Lord of the Rings

Written by genius author J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings is a timeless classic that has set the standards for all fantasy/sci-fi books in the industry. A hobbit named Frodo sets out on an epic quest with his friends to destroy the Ring of Power to restore harmony to Middle Earth.

  • The book received love and recognition from the mass and critics alike, slowly setting up the premise for it to be made into a motion picture.

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9.The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Douglas Adams brings some of the most interesting aliens in the universe, serving you a healthy dose of thought and a strong plotline. He strongly maintains a penchant for humor, making this book one of the top picks for humorous sci-fi books. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy tells the story of Arthur Dent as he travels through the galaxy. After the Earth is destroyed by an intergalactic bypass, he is the only person to make it out alive.

  • He interacts with a colorful group of aliens.

8.Ender’s Game Sci-Fi Books

Ender’s Game is a must-read if you enjoy the nitty-gritty of space wars. The 1985 military sci-fi novel by Orson Scott Card follows the journey of Ender Wiggin, a genius who is set to train in Battle School to participate in the interstellar battle against the alien Buggers.

  • The author successfully creates and presents a multi-layered universe filled with fascinating alien tech as well as rich characters.

7.Dune Sci-Fi Books

Dune isn’t made for the ones who can’t get invested in the depth of factions and politics of interplanetary noble houses. Author Frank Herbert sets the scene in the distant future where culture and life function revolving around the exchange and use of a fictional drug – Spice Melange, meant to improve lifespan and much more.

  • The protagonist, Paul Atreides is the heir of House Atreides. As he learns how to establish control over the spice trade, he navigates between complex politics, ecology, religion, and technology.

6. A Song of Ice and Fire

A Song of Ice and Fire might not have been that widespread before the popular HBO rendition, Game of Thrones was released. Learn more about the Lannisters, royal Stark family, barbarian hordes, the Neverborn demons, and other threats and see ties entangle into complicated knots, throw plot twists when you’d thought you finally had the ending figures

  • fall in love with some of the strongest characters ever portrayed on TV and books.

5. 1984 Sci-Fi Books

It’s shocking that this book came out in 1949, a time when technology wasn’t even this ubiquitous. George Orwell’s piece is as relevant today as it was the day of its release.

  • With themes of censorship, nationalism, and surveillance, this book is a thought-provoking work that will definitely get the cogs in your brain running.

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4. Fahrenheit 451

Have you wondered what it would be like to live in a world devoid of books and reliant only on television? In Ray Bradbury’s revolutionary work, television dominates minds. This popular book received nods from all over the industry for being one of the most original concepts one could come up with.

  • One fireman who was originally appointed to start fires suddenly starts realizing the importance of printed pieces.

3. Brave New World

There’s a rather scary assumption from many genius minds that one day, technology will overpower the masses and mankind will become a slave to its power. Brave New World is a classic prophetic novel from Aldous Huxley which showcases the horrors of a future where no one has individual freedom – where only materialism

  • physical pleasure from drug usage and sex are what consume minds.

2.Animal Farm Sci-Fi Books

We think it’s safe to say this book builds up one of the greatest allegories of all time. We would even say it’s the best. Farm animals decide it’s been too long that humans dictate what their lives would be like and decide to overthrow their owners. After which they form a deeply flawed and spookily familiar government.

  • An engaging and interesting critique of 1917’s Russian Revolution, Animal Farm has become a high school staple in educational institutions across the country. George Orwell seldom disappoints.

1. The Foundation Trilogy

If you have a knack for world-saving intrigue as well as the interstellar coup D’etats, The Foundation Trilogy would be a perfect read. The story follows a group of psychologists led by Hard Seldon, a psychohistorian as they build a colony that encourages science, technology

  • art on the disintegrating Galactic Empire to retain mankind’s knowledge. The idea is to make Foundations that will decrease the Dark Age by 29,000 years.

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A good sci-fi book is more than overpowered technology and complicated backgrounds – it’s about impactful characters that tie the whole piece together while showing how every aspect would change our perspective of technology. The best sci-fi books are the ones that you read 20 times and still crave more.

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