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Top 10 The Greatest Books in Science Fiction

By Tram Anh Feb 21, 2024

1 Ender’s Game (written by Orson Scott Card)

My preferred book. I happened onto it by accident during the summer between the seventh and eighth grades at a sleep-away camp. There’s something unique about coming into a fantastic book by accident that no one has suggested. I finished my all-time favorite novel two nights later. The first batch of the sequels was likewise rather good. Regrettably, the contemporary “Shadow” sequels were awful.

Popular among guys (for the most part) and a few girls who read it when they were around eleven. Although it’s a humorous tale and suitable for their age, it’s not particularly outstanding literature. Seeing it on lists of the “best SF” always makes me feel ashamed.

One of the best novels ever written, one of the best science fiction stories, and one of the best stories of empathy.

2 Frank Herbert’s Dune

The science-fiction equivalent of “Lord of the Rings”

Compared to the other books in front of it, Dune is far superior. Dune ought to be ranked first.

3 Fahrenheit 451 Bradbury, Ray

The brilliance Ray Bradbury is. The subject is brilliantly conveyed, and the scene is the 25th century.

One of the best science fiction novels ever written, in my opinion.

4 George Orwell

I was forced to pick between 1984 and 2001, the end of childhood, and the hitchhikers, but 1984 was by far the most thought-provoking novel I’ve ever read.

5 Asimov’s Foundation

6 Do Androids Have Electric Sheep Dreams?

7 William Gibson’s Neuromancer

I haven’t read it. My dad loves this, so I chose it for him.

8 Robert A. Heinlein, “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress”

The wet dream of liberalism. ridiculous and implausible. The best of Heinlein was behind him.

9 Dan Simmons’ Hyperion

Among my ten favorite books. The characters in The Shrike are exceptional, and the various environments they inhabit captivate the reader (me) in an endless game of suspense. It is, in some ways, my favorite novel. Although Vernor Vinge is up there, this one lacks the menacing undertone.

Rich and intricate. incredibly well-written. A gem worthy of being set aside from the larger ones.

The first book is mind-blowing!

10 H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine

the first works of science fiction. H.G. Wells first used the term “time machine” in this novel. Fantastic!

Among my favorite novels, I think.

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