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What are the best science fiction series?

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  1. 1Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet)

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    Ender's Game is the first book in The Ender Quintet series by Orson Scott Card which has won the Hugo and Nebula awards. This science fiction novel centers on Ender being trained in military and combat to prepare against an alien attack. 

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  1. 2Red Mars (Mars Trilogy)

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    Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson is the first book in the Mars Trilogy first published in 1992. This science fiction novel follows the story of a group of colonists about to create a new era of civilization on Mars.

  2. 3Pandora's Star (The Commonwealth Saga)

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    Pandora's Heart by Peter F. Hamilton is a science fiction novel and the second book to his The Commonwealth Saga. Set in the year 2380, The Intersolar Commonwealth is about to face a great danger that lies ahead of them.

  1. 4The Foundation Trilogy

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    The Foundation Trilogy is a science fiction series by the acclaimed author, Isaac Asimov. This edition contains the original trilogy, without the two prequels and two sequels: "Foundation," "Foundation and Empire," and "Second Foundation."
  2. 5The Past Through Tomorrow (Future History)

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    The Past Through Tomorrow by Robert A. Heinlein is a science fiction series originally published in 1967. This is a collection of short stories that tell the rapid downfall of the United States and the revolution towards a free society.

  3. 6I, Robot

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    I, Robot is a series of short stories by the acclaimed author of science fiction, Isaac Asimov. It tells the story of robots outfitted with a "positronic brain" that allows them to feel what it is to be human, despite being made of metal.
  4. 7Sundiver (The Uplift Saga)

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    Sundiver is the first book in The Uplift Saga by David Brin which was originally published in 1980. This science fiction novel tells the story of the Expedition Sundiver as they go on a voyage towards the infernal surface of the sun.

  5. 8The Ghost Brigades (Old Man's War)

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    The Ghost Brigades by John Scalzi is a science fiction novel and the second book for his Old Man's War series. This book tells the story of the members of the Colonial Defense Forces and their superhuman abilities.

  6. 9Neuromancer

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    Neuromancer is science fiction book written by William Gibson. Published on July 1, 1984 by Ace Books, Neuromancer is an award-winning book following the adventures of Case in a dangerous digital world.

  7. 10The Hunger Games

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    The Hunger Games is the first novel of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins which centers on Katniss Everdeen who volunteers as tribute to replace her younger sister in a game televised and ruled by a dictatorial government.

  8. 11Reconnaissance (Stargate)

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    Reconnaissance is a science fiction and the fourth book in Stargate series written by Bill McCay. This is based on the film with the same title and first published in 1998 by Roc. 

  9. 12Mage's Burden (Fire of the Jidaan)

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    Mage's Burden is a science fiction fantasy fiction and the first book in Fire of the Jidaan series by Whit McClendon. This fantasy book is self-published in 2014. 
  10. 13Transitions (Stargate SG-1)

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    Transitions is a science fiction and the eighteenth book in Stargate SG-1 series written by Sabine C. Bauer. It is published in 2011 by Fandemonium Books.

  11. 14The Aeronaut's Windless

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    This book from the famous writer Jim Butcher tells the story of Captain Grimm, commander of the merchant ship Predator and loyal to the Spire Albion family, and enemy of the Spire Aurora. These two factions face each other in a cold war that is in fragile equilibrium. When Predator takes damage from a combat, Grimm will be immersed on a vital mission where he will learn that the Spires conflict is nothing compared with what is about to come.
     

  12. 15Lines of Communication (Stargate SG-1)

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    Lines of Communication is a science fiction audiobook by Luke Mansell. It is published in 2009 by  Big Finish Productions.

  13. 16Dark Hollow (Charlie Parker)

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    Dark Hollow is the second book in the Charlie Parker series written by John Connolly which follows the story of a former New York City detective Charlie Bird Parker who returns to uncover the legacy of evil which has haunted Maine citizens. 

  14. 17The Yiddish Policemen's Union

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    The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon is a science fiction and literary detective novel originally published in 2007. This book won the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Nebula Award for Best Novel, and more.

  15. 18The Entropy Effect (Star Trek)

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    The Entropy Effect is a book by Vonda McIntyre that tells the story of how Mondreaux killed Captain Kirk in front of everybody when he tried to escape. Now he is at large and his experiments are killing thousands of people.

  16. 19Stargate Atlantis: Impressions

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    Stargate Atlantis: Impressions is a science fiction audiobook by Scott K. Andrews. This audiobook is about Major Evan Lorne and released in 2009 by Big Finish Productions. 

  17. 20Amazonia

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    Amazonia is a standalone science fiction written by New York Times bestselling author James Rollins. This also displays a flair for brawny adventure within an exotic locale as it centers on the  Amazon jungle. 

  18. 21The Lovers (Charlie Parker)

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    The Lovers is the eight book in the Charlie Parker series written by John Connolly which follows the story of a former New York City detective Charlie Bird Parker who takes a job in a Portland bar after his enforced retirement. 

  19. 22Mere Mortals (Star Trek)

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    Mere Mortals is a book by David Mack that tells the story of how the soldiers from Earth and the intergalactic forces will save the human race when the Borgs attack.
  20. 23The Sparrow

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    The Sparrow, the first book in Mary Doria Russell's The Sparrow series, is a philosophical science fiction about a Jesuit priest named Emilio Sandoz, who is tasked to lead a mission to find extraterrestrial life.

  21. 24Stalked by Death (Touch of Death)

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    Stalked by Death is a book by Kelly Hashway that tells the story of the Ophis. They are a special group of necromancers born on the 13th zodiac. Hades is waiting for them to fail so he can have the excuse to kill them all. 

  22. 25The Never Ending Sacrifice (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    The Never Ending Sacrifice by Una McCormack is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2009. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series. It follows the story of Rugal Pa'Dar.

  23. 26The Star Beast

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    The Star Beast is a science fiction book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of Lummox the beast. He has been living with the Stuart family as a pet for years. They never had any problem with them until he starts eating things and animals he should not eat. 

  24. 27Strangers From the Sky (Star Trek)

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    Strangers From the Sky is a book by Margaret Wander Bonanno that tells the story of a Warcraft that landed on Earth. The creatures from that warcraft can either be our friend or foe, its for them to decide. 

  25. 28Fiendish Schemes (George Dower)

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    Fiendish Schemes is book 2 in the George Dower trilogy. From the author who coined the term steampunk, K.W. Jeter, it follows the adventures of George Dower, son of the Infernal Devices' inventor, after coming out of his self-imposed exile.

  26. 29I Will Fear No Evil

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    I Will Fear No Evil is a science fiction book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of a rich and talented man who will discover that he can buy everything with the money he has. He will even afford a young and pretty woman to live with her.

  27. 30Sacraments of Fire (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    Sacraments of Fire by David R. George III is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2015. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series. 

  28. 31Fledgling

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    Fledgling is a science fiction and fantasy novel by award-winning author Octavia Butler. The story is considered as an allegory of the human mind, particularly on racism, sexism, poverty, and ignorance.


  29. 32Orphans of the Sky

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    Orphans of the Sky is a science fiction book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of Hugh. A guy who was born and raised in a space ship. He has no idea of the life outside his metal home until he was captured.

  30. 33Vendetta (Star Trek the Next Generation)

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    Vendetta is a book by Peter David that tells the story of the survivors of the attack of the Borgs. The Enterprise will then realize that the survivor's revenge will cause a big chaos.

  31. 34The Left Hand of Destiny 1 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    The Left Hand of Destiny by J.G Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2003. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series.

  32. 35The Outcast Dead (Horus Heresy)

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    The Outcast Dead is the 17th book in the famous dystopic science fiction series, Horus Heresy. This young adult book was written by Graham McNeill and was published in November 2011. It is about Kai Zulane and his battle for survival.

  33. 36Aurorarama

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    Aurorarama is a science fiction adventure novel written by Jean-Christophe Valtat. First published in 2010 by Melville House Publishing under ISBN 1935554131, it is the first book in The Mysteries of New Venice series.

  34. 37The Black Angel (Charlie Parker)

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    The Black Angel is the fifth book in the Charlie Parker series written by John Connolly which follows the continuation of the story of Charlie Parker as he once more goes on the road with Louis & Angel. 

  35. 38Lost Souls (Star Trek: Destiny)

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    Lost Souls is a book by David Mack that tells the story of how the Captains of Armageddon will decide what will be their faith. When they have already decided what to do, there is no turning back.

  36. 39Genesis (Resident Evil)

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    Genesis is one of the books in the Resident Evil Series written by Keith R.A DeCandido that tells the story of a lethal virus made by the Umbrella Corporation. It kills and reanimate so many people. 

  37. 40Practical Demonkeeping (Pine Cove)

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    Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore is a humor comic fantasy and horror fiction novel originally published in 1992. This book belongs to Moore's Pine Cove series. It is followed by The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove.

  38. 41Krondor the Assassins (The Riftwar Legacy)

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    Krondor the Assassins is a science fiction book that belongs in the Legends of the Riftwar series written by Raymond Feist and William Forstchen that tells the story of war, love, and vengeance.

  39. 42Number of the Beast

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    Number of the Beast is a book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of two men and two women who will be attacked by aliens. They will find their selves on the run in the cosmos and their adventure will be worse than a roller coaster ride. 
  40. 43The Unquiet (Charlie Parker)

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    The Unquiet is the sixth book in the Charlie Parker series written by John Connolly which follows the story of former New York police officer Charlie Bird Parker being hired to stop a stalker. 
  41. 44The Devil Colony (Sigma Force)

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    The Devil Colony is the seventh book in the Sigma Force series written by New York Times bestselling author James Rollins which dares to answer a frightening question at the heart of America. 

  42. 45Rising Son (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    Rising Son by S.D Perry is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2002. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series.

  43. 46Transformers: Robots In Disguise #26: Dark Cybertron Part 9

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    Transformers: Robots In Disguise #26: Dark Cybertron Part 9 is book written by John Barber, James Roberts, Andrew Griffith, Livio Ramondelli and Casey W. Coller. The book was published on February 12, 2014 by IDW Publishing.

  44. 47Passenger

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    Passenger is the second book in the science fiction series Passenger written by Alexandra Bracken which centers on violin prodigy Etta Spencer who has inherited a legacy from her family she is unaware of. 

  45. 48Nemesis (Resident Evil)

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    Nemesis is the fifth book in the Resident Evil Series by  S.D Perry that tells the story a viral infection that affected all the humans and animals in the Racoon City. 

  46. 49Unity (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    Unity by S.D Perry is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2004. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series.

  47. 50Lilith's Brood

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    Lilith's Brood is the complete set of the famous science fiction trilogy from the award-winning author Octavia E. Butler, the Xenogenesis trilogy. The story presents a dystopic future where mankind struggles to rebuild civilization.

  48. 51A Stitch in Time (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson is a space opera and military science fiction novel originally published in 2000. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series.

  49. 52Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus)

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    Eisenhorn: A Warhammer 40,000 omnibus is the complete collection of the adventure and science fiction series for young adults written by Dan Abnett and edited by Marc Gascoigne. It was published in 2004, two years after the series was finished.

  50. 53The Shobble Secret (Space Brigade)

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    The Shobble Secret is the second book in the Space Brigade series written by Liane Moriarty. This science-fiction children's book is first published in 2009 by Grosset & Dunlap. 

  51. 54Quicksilver (The Baroque Cycle)

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    Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson is a speculative science fiction novel originally published in 2003. This is the first book in Stephenson's The Baroque Cycle series. It is followed by The Confusion. Quicksilver won the Arthur C Clarke award.

  52. 55Shadows of Treachery (Horus Heresy)

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    Shadows of Treachery is the 22nd book in the famous young adult dystopic science fiction series, Horus Heresy. It is a collection of stories inside series' galaxy, written by Dan Abnett, John French, Gav Thorpe and more.

  53. 56Mostly Harmless

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    Mostly Harmless is the fifth book in Douglas Adams' famous comedic science fiction series for young adults, the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It was originally published in 1992, eight years after the 4th book.

  54. 57Red Planet

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    Red Planet is a book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of how Will made an action that caused the threat to the Martians. Jim is now on his journey and it might make the situation better or worse. 

  55. 58Black Order (Sigma Force)

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    Black Order is the third book in the Sigma Force series written by New York Times bestselling author James Rollins which centers on a sinister fire in a Copenhagen bookstore that ignites a relentless hunt across four continents.

  56. 59Uhura's Song (Star Trek)

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    Uhura's Song is part of the Star Trek series written by Janet Kagan that tells the story of a song that can save lives of people from the plague, but it is a very mysterious and cryptic song. 

  57. 60The Killing Kind (Charlie Parker)

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    The Killing Kind is the third book in the Charlie Parker series by John Connolly which follows the story of Charlie Bird Parker investigating the death of Ph.D. candidate Grace Peltier after her body is found in the front seat of her car.

  58. 61The Soul Key (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    The Soul Key by Olivia Woods is a science fiction and adventury novel originally published in 2009. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series. The Soul Key is the first ever Star Trek novel by Woods.

  59. 62Sent (The Missing)

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    Sent is a young adult science fiction novel written by Margaret Peterson Haddix. This novel was originally published in August 2009 by Simon & Schuster Books. It belongs to Haddix's The Missing series.
  60. 63Doctor's Orders (Star Trek)

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    Doctor's Orders is a book by Diane Duane that tells the story of Dr. McCoy and his new found position. When Captain Kirk left to settle something with the newfound planet, the doctor will realize how big his responsibility is. 

  61. 64Plague Ship (The Oregon Files)

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    Plague Ship by Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul is a science fiction and thriller novel originally published in 2008. This book belongs to the author's The Oregon Files series. It is preceded by Skeleton Coast and followed by Corsair.

  62. 65The Return (Star Trek)

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    The Return is a book by William Shatner, Judith Reeves-Stevens, and Garfield Reeves-Stevens that tells the story Captain Kirk's comeback. Now, the new generation and his generation will fight for their position. 

  63. 66A.I. Apocalypse (Singularity )

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    A.I. Apocalypse is the second book in the science fiction series Singularity written by William Hertling which centers on Leon Tsarev who has been convinced by his uncle to become a member of a Russian mob to develop a computer virus.

  64. 67Doctor Who: Night Of The Humans

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    Doctor Who: Night of the Humans is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by David Llewellyn. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 38th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  65. 68New World Rising (New World Series)

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    New World Rising (New World Series) is a Young Adult, Science Fiction novel written by Jennifer Wilson. It was published August 4, 2016 by Oftomes Publishing.
  66. 69Fearful Symmetry (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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    Fearful Symmetry by Olivia Woods is a science fiction and adventure novel originally published in 2008. This novel belongs to the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series. This book follows the story of the Cardassian agent - Iliana Ghemor.

  67. 70Ocean

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    Ocean is a graphic novel written by Warren Ellis and Chris Sprouse with the help of illustrator, Karl Story. This comic book was originally published in 2005. Ocean is a six-issue miniseries.

  68. 71Stargate

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    Stargate is a science fiction written by Dean Devlin, Roland Emmerich, and Stephen Molstad. This is the prequel to Stargate series and first published in 1994.

  69. 72Every Dead Thing (Charlie Parker)

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    Every Dead Thing is the first book in the Charlie Parker series written by John Connolly which follows the story of a former New York City detective Charlie Parker who is searching for a missing woman. 

  70. 73Resistance (Stargate)

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    Resistance is a science fiction and the fifth book in Stargate series written by Bill McCay. This is the final book based on the movie and is first published in 1999 by Roc. 

  71. 74Mechanicum (The Horus Heresy)

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    Mechanicum is the 9th book in the famous young adult dystopian science fiction series, Horus Heresy. It was written by Graham McNeill and was published in December 2008. It is about insurgencies brewing on Mars.

70 comments

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    Anonymous
    March 24, 2018
    "I LOVED the first book in this series. I'm a big fan of mythologies (especially Greek) and so this book was right up my alley. So often second books are sort of a let down, a lull between awesome events. Not so with this one. It was literally one of those book s you just can't put down. Exciting and surprising and just the right about of romance. I loved it. I will say that the author struck a great balance between giving you enough info from the first book so you don't feel confused and didn't give you so much back story that it got stale. All in all a great read and one you are going to want to re-read before book 3 comes out because DANG there is a helluva cliff hanger at the end."
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    Stalked by Death (Touch of Death)
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    Anonymous
    March 8, 2018
    "The Commonwealth Saga by Peter F. Hamilton is one of the great sci fi fiction series; the second book, Pandora's Star, really gets the story going. I love how his writing really makes you feel the fear and worries of the characters--he never skimps on descriptions that keep you engaged and there is a great deal of philosophical thought behind the worlds that he builds. Fun and thoughtful at the same time, these books manage to discuss relevant themes of progress and equality in a fun, accessible space opera."
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    Pandora's Star (The Commonwealth Saga)
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "This book was alright, if you just want more Trek action then it's worth picking up. I wasn't super impressed by the writing to be honest; some of the characters we're familiar with, like Kirk and Spock, seemed a little out of character, and this book has a bad case of the Mary Sue protagonist. But if you're willing to overlook those issues (which is easier in science fiction than in other genres, I think, since you already have to accept some unrealistic premises), then it's a really fun read."
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    Uhura's Song (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "The Star Beast, written by Robert Heinlein is about a pet beast named Lummox. He's been part of a human family for generations and loved endlessly by his owner, John Stuart XI. All things are well until he eats a neighbor's car and start to grow again making him a threat to objects and possibly humanity but Stuart and his best friend Betty will fight tooth and nail for Lummox not to be captured by the Feds, who is searching for him to remove from his home he knew so long for good."
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    The Star Beast
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    Anonymous
    May 11, 2018
    "While I am not the target audience for this book, it is certainly one that should hold the attention of younger readers. The story itself delves into both history and science fiction, and the story moves at a proper pace to keep younger readers interested. A good gift for a younger family member, or even for reading assignments during those long summer months. Avoid if you're aged out of the target audience, however."
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    Sent (The Missing)
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "Star Trek has been one of my childhood loves. I have watched every movie and read every book and I wanted to just express my love for The Soul Key. It is the very first ever Star Trek novel and I highly recommend reading it. This novel is part of the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series. So, after you read the first, make sure to continue reading the rest of them. You won't be disappointed."
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    The Soul Key (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "I like anything that is science fiction that combines superheros and Mage's Burden is up my alley because of it! The plot is pretty cool because the plot is searching for searching for new guardians to fight evil after the old guardians had been killed. I also like that besides the demons, they have the undead soldiers because it give me a sense of a zombie vs superhero book. Interesting read."
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    Mage's Burden (Fire of the Jidaan)
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "This is a great series of science fiction. I wasn't familiar with the franchise before starting and it was still easy to get into. There was a good mix of action and drama, with some comedy thrown into the mix. It was recommended to me by a friend who told me this was a more serious series in the franchise. I plan on checking out more of the books after these."
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    Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus)
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    Anonymous
    March 12, 2018
    "I've always been pretty bad at the Resident Evil games, but you can't be bad at watching a movie and I liked the RE movies. Seemed like a no-brainer to give the books a try, and I wasn't disappointed. As is often the case, you get a lot more detail and background information on things but they would stand alone just fine if the games and movies did not exist."
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    Genesis (Resident Evil)
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "I am not a fan of this book because everything is very predictable from the plot down to the cliffhanger ending. I expected more from this book due to the success of the previous books. "The earthlings took refuge on a planet that was inhabited by unfriendly creatures". I already knew how this book was going to end before I even finished the first chapter."
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    Reconnaissance (Stargate)
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "I don't know this particular book, but the Star Trek franchise is a widely known property, and the books are good option as well. This book is far into the series of books based on the original series, so I might rather see the first book so I can get into it right away without searching more, but this is still a good fitting search result."
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    Doctor's Orders (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "Amazonia is a book by James Rollins and is available from Amazon in most formats. It is a science fiction book and is part of a series by James Rollins. This book centers on an exposition in the Amazon jungle stumbling onto an old special forces soldier. It is a great story and worth a read. It fits the topic nicely."
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    Amazonia
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    Anonymous
    March 16, 2018
    "Fiendish Schemes (George Dower) is quite a remarkable science fiction series. This is book 2 in the trilogy and I found the author fascinating. Indeed, the writing in this book is compelling and the story is quite fascinating. It's a really enjoyable read and it makes me anxious to read the final book in the series!"
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    Fiendish Schemes (George Dower)
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "I found myself pulling for Ender Wiggin, the compelling young character of Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet) which is a science fiction version of Harry Potter. I found the writing to be good, and as I mentioned, the characters truly come alive. I think you will enjoy this tale of future earth as it is quite a fun read."
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    Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet)
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    Anonymous
    March 3, 2018
    "Who can forget Mila Jovovich in the movies of this science-fiction series. It is different reading a book about the stories. Books give you a whole lot more detail than movies can. You can get a better look into the mindsets of the characters that just cannot be portrayed on the big screen."
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    Nemesis (Resident Evil)
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2018
    "A must read for any Star Trek fan! While there are certainly newer ways to consume Star Trek (new movies, novels), this novel has withstood the test of time and should be read by anyone who has enjoyed Star Trek and wants to gain deeper knowledge of the characters and series as a whole."
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    Strangers From the Sky (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "Star Trek is an absolutely classic television series and the Rising Sun Series based off of Deep Space Nine series are awesome as well. If you are simply a fan of science fiction this is a no brainer and if you are also a fan of Star Trek you will thank me for reading these books."
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    Rising Son (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
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    Anonymous
    April 3, 2018
    "If you haven't read a John Connolly book, you are in for a treat. He is fantastic at the details making the books seem so very true to life. The Charlie Parker series is a great introduction to his writing. I really enjoy this series and look forward to many more to come."
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    The Black Angel (Charlie Parker)
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "If you are looking for an older, classic for a remarkably cheap price then look no further! The Stargate series will draw you in just as it did myself and you won't be able to put it down! Definitely read the books before you watch the series. You won't regret it!"
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    Stargate
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    Anonymous
    March 18, 2018
    "I finished Fledging a month ago and I still can't help but think about it as I fall asleep each night. Octavia Butler has built a truly stunning and immersive world that will keep you entranced. I hope she has a sequel soon, I want to know what happened to Bethany!"
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    Fledgling
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2018
    "A friend told me about The Unquiet (Charlie Parker) a few weeks ago so I decided to check it out. Science fiction series are usually some of my favorites but this book was a real letdown. I just could not get into it and stopped reading part of the way through."
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    The Unquiet (Charlie Parker)
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "My brother recently asked me to read a science fiction book and give him my opinion as he knows that I read at least a book a week. I checked out Fearful Symmetry (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine). I made it through the book but honestly it was a bit boring to me."
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    Fearful Symmetry (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "I've loved Transformers since I was 4 years old. This is a great series for younger readers that will lead to even greater reads in the science fiction genre. Even better, there are so many books in this series that it will keep them busy for a long time."
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    Transformers: Robots In Disguise #26: Dark Cybertron Part 9
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    Anonymous
    March 18, 2018
    "The Devil Colony (Sigma Force) is a good book, but from my perspective I am not even sure it should be considered science fiction. There are some great authors out there with some great science fiction series, Asimov and Orson Scott Card to name a couple."
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    The Devil Colony (Sigma Force)
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "The Shobble Secret: Earthling Ambassador is a wonderful science fiction wherein the main character travels through space on an intergalactic adventure. It is one of my personal favorite sci-fi books and I recommend it to anyone who loves science fiction."
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    The Shobble Secret (Space Brigade)
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    Anonymous
    April 9, 2018
    "During World War II, a German bomber is shot down over a glacier in northern Norway. Trapped in the ice is the bow of a ship that looks remarkably like Noah's Ark. But this ship holds a deadly secret which may prove fatal to the world's population."
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    Plague Ship (The Oregon Files)
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "One of my favorite sci-fi books is Passenger by Alexandra Bracken. It's about a violin prodigy named Etta Spencer and a power that she inherits. This is the first book in the series, and I highly recommend it for modern, fresh science fiction."
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    Passenger
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    Anonymous
    March 16, 2018
    "My book club selected this as the book of the month a few months ago and each and every one of us enjoyed this book. We couldn't stop discussing it at the end of the month meeting. It is extremely well written and I was captivated by this book."
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    Orphans of the Sky
  • #29
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    Anonymous
    April 3, 2018
    "This is a good sci fi read for all ages. A lot of background information on the Dark Mechanicum is laid out here. And the War Machines are intriguing to say the least. A good series to get involved in. I don't think you'll be dissappointed."
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    Mechanicum (The Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    April 3, 2018
    "I can't completely tell if this is a science fiction series. Looks like it has super-natural, and some fantasy and magic aspects. Regardless, it seems like an excellent series of books to read, although I am not sure how good the solution is."
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    The Killing Kind (Charlie Parker)
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "No, no, and no. This was just awful, and I feel dumber for reading it. The only thing preventing me from a refund is that I willingly paid for it, so I'm suffering so no one else has to. This should not be read by anyone, anytime, ever."
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    Number of the Beast
  • #32
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    Anonymous
    March 25, 2018
    "This is a unique work. Since it is written by a team of authors you are exposed to several elements you may be surprised by. That made it even more exciting for me to read than I originally anticipated. It keeps you wanting more"
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    Shadows of Treachery (Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    March 24, 2018
    "If you're a Star Trek fan than these books are excellent! I like how they really keep the spirit of the shows and use the same characters. It was interesting to see characters from different series involved in the same story."
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    The Return (Star Trek)
  • #34
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "A Stitch in Time is one of the best Star Trek: DSN book series, and one of the best sci-fi book series as well. The writing is strong, the prose are solid, and the characters are fully fleshed out. It's really worth the read."
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    A Stitch in Time (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
  • #35
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "This has a great backstory so there was no confusion about the theme or the main character's gift. The story line is fascinating with lots of twists and turns. I can’t recommend this book and series highly enough."
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    Dark Hollow (Charlie Parker)
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2018
    "I would highly recommend the Mars Trilogy, but rating Red Mars as a standalone book, it is excellent! It's a little older, but that doesn't mean being dated will take you out of the story. It's a great series!"
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    Red Mars (Mars Trilogy)
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    Anonymous
    March 4, 2018
    "There is a reason this is one of the best known series in science fiction history. The three laws of robotics are still held to be the basis for robotic programming a half of a century after Asimov wrote them."
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    I, Robot
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    Anonymous
    March 13, 2018
    "This is a true classic. It has won the Hugo, Nebula, and Philip K. Dick Awards. It's a very potent visions of the future. This version is mass market paperback and the print quality can sometimes be lacking."
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    Neuromancer
  • #39
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "This series is disappointing, even for avid Star Trek fans. There are too many story lines and things get convoluted and difficult to follow. I think it doesn't have an even pace as well, which also hurts it."
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    Sacraments of Fire (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
  • #40
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "In this book, newest of the series, Charlie Parker puts the pieces of his past together. A fine read well written and holds readers interest. Heavy on super-natural themes, but very thought provoking."
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    The Lovers (Charlie Parker)
  • #41
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    Anonymous
    March 12, 2018
    "Although I've never read this It wouldn't be my first choice to recommend soley because theres already proven great scifi (even series made into v shows/movies.) Like Philip K. Dick for instance."
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    The Ghost Brigades (Old Man's War)
  • #42
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    Anonymous
    April 22, 2018
    "Nice if you're a fan of Stargate SG-1. While I wasn't enthralled by the story, for diehard fans, this is just one more piece of media to add to their collection for more knowledge of the world."
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    Lines of Communication (Stargate SG-1)
  • #43
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "This story follows a navigator, in his quest to regain his ability lost after an encounter in with the warp. He hooks up with a bunch of escaped traitor legionnaires, and a blood bath begins."
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    The Outcast Dead (Horus Heresy)
  • #44
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "This series is one for the books. While reading it, I can imagine myself in the setting myself. The author's writing style is one that I like and it hooks the reader from the very start."
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    New World Rising (New World Series)
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "The Stargate series is amazing. I loved the movies and enjoy the books even more. The conclusion, Resistance, tied up most of my questions and was a satisfying to the series."
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    Resistance (Stargate)
  • #46
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "Anyone who's a fan of Star Trek would love this. If you're not a big fan f DS9, maybe you'd like to pass, but the story is the same as you'll get from any other Trek material."
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    The Never Ending Sacrifice (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
  • #47
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "If you like science fiction this would be a must read for you. I love this book and everything about it. Story is awesome, concept is good and the execution is wonderful."
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    The Aeronaut's Windless
  • #48
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    Anonymous
    March 22, 2018
    "If you're a fan of Star Trek TNG, you'll love this book series. It gives you even more insight into the Star Trek universe. Wonderfully written and always entertaining."
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    Vendetta (Star Trek the Next Generation)
  • #49
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2018
    "One of Heinlein's better works and an engaging read for any science fiction reader. I find Heinlein to be hit or miss, more often miss, but I can recommend this one."
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    The Past Through Tomorrow (Future History)
  • #50
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    Anonymous
    March 12, 2018
    "I love this book! I am a big fan of science fiction, you can go anywhere your mind wanders. this is the best genre ever. that being said this book is a must read!"
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    The Sparrow
  • #51
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2018
    "Great book. But it's not a serious. A wonderful standalone novel by a major and enjoyable novelist. But it doesn't fit the criteria of science fiction series."
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    Red Planet
  • #52
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    Anonymous
    March 25, 2018
    "A well thought out and well written star trek novel. If you love star trek or sci-fi this is a book you won't be able to put down. Dark and engrossing."
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    Mere Mortals (Star Trek)
  • #53
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    Anonymous
    March 22, 2018
    "While this book is okay it's not my favorite from Heinlein. It was a little bit too long for me, but overall reading it was an acceptable experience."
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    I Will Fear No Evil
  • #54
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "A great read for those Star Trek or even Star Wars lovers! David Mack does a good job that depicts the hard decisions of the Captains of Armageddon."
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    Lost Souls (Star Trek: Destiny)
  • #55
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    Anonymous
    March 5, 2018
    "If you're a scifi buff like myself, this series will give you all need. Last weekend I literally spent the entire day caught up in the chapters."
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    The Foundation Trilogy
  • #56
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "I loved the premise of this series. The concept was well thought out and even seems plausible in theory. It makes for a great summertime read."
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    Ocean
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    Anonymous
    March 28, 2018
    "These Charlie Parker stories are just awesome. I love this character and will read every single one that I can. Science fiction at its best."
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    Every Dead Thing (Charlie Parker)
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    Anonymous
    April 8, 2018
    "The Yiddish Policemen's Union is an interesting and unique alternate history novel. Id recommend to anyone interested in detective novels."
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    The Yiddish Policemen's Union
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Sometimes you need to betray your immagination. This book is a very good action and fantasy in order to escape reality. I really liked it."
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    Black Order (Sigma Force)
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "I am a big fan of science fiction books and this one did not let me down! Very well written and held me from chapter to chapter."
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    The Left Hand of Destiny 1 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
  • #61
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "The story is well written,the author clearly knows the characters and writes them well. Interesting dialogue and story line. I"
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    Transitions (Stargate SG-1)
  • #62
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    Anonymous
    February 28, 2018
    "i love reading this book it is uplift saga is was published in 1980 by David Brin it contains very interesting stories"
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    Sundiver (The Uplift Saga)
  • #63
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "This is a great book and series. Christopher Moore is fantastic at character development and imagination."
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    Practical Demonkeeping (Pine Cove)
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "If you like science fiction, you definitely don't want to miss The Hunger Games. Highly recommend!"
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    The Hunger Games
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    Anonymous
    April 29, 2018
    "This is all about love, war and vengeance. Check this out as a good read it is."
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    Krondor the Assassins (The Riftwar Legacy)
  • #66
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    Anonymous
    May 15, 2018
    "Yet another amazing story of The Doctor. Fans and newbies alike will love it."
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    Doctor Who: Night Of The Humans
  • #67
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "Probably the best fiction I have ever read"
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    Aurorarama
  • #68
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    Anonymous
    March 24, 2018
    "Very interesting and nice fiction story"
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    Lilith's Brood
  • #69
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2018
    "A classic.I think this is a must read!"
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    Mostly Harmless
  • #70
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "AMAZING"
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    The Entropy Effect (Star Trek)
This list is about What are the best science fiction series
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet)Books 17 Paid
2Red Mars (Mars Trilogy)Books 12 Paid
3Pandora's Star (The Commonwealth Saga)Books 12 Paid
4The Foundation TrilogyBooks 10 Paid
5The Past Through Tomorrow (Future History)Books 10 Paid
6I, RobotBooks 8 Paid
7Sundiver (The Uplift Saga)Books 5 Paid
8The Ghost Brigades (Old Man's War)Books 4 Paid
9NeuromancerBooks 3 Paid
10The Hunger GamesBooks 1 Paid
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