Leviathan Wakes by James S. A. Corey

Leviathan Wakes, the first book in The Expanse series is a story that leaves you thrilled and desperate for more. The James S. A. Corey duo have created a far-reaching hard science fiction story, with a narrative that’s exceptional. Here’s a preview and more about the book.

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Dune by Frank Herbert

Dune conjures up imagery of galactic trade in ‘spice’, controlled and driven by warring dynastic families. That’s if you’ve only heard of the book. Once you’ve read it though, Dune is so much more. Herbert captures social, economic, political and species distinctions at a galactic scale.

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Solaris by Stanisław Lem

Solaris by Stanisław Lem, isn’t your genre-generic science fiction novel. It’s a medley of discovery, an alien planet, an intelligence that inhabits the oceans, and an unravelling of the human mind when confronted with an unaccustomed and strange new interaction. Lem’s writing style is unique. A must read for those who like to go deep into the how’s and why’s of everything. Preview the book.

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Foundation by Isaac Asimov

An essential science fiction read; Asimov’s Foundation is an ideas novel. Concepts woven into the story stretch the imagination enough to keep a reader engrossed, without snapping the narrative into the realm of fantasy.

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Review: Machine World

Book review of Machine World, a space mercenary science fiction novel authored by B. V. Larson.

Intense battles on a uniquely specialized world.

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Review: Sword

Book review of Sword, a galactic empire science fiction novel authored by D. Rebbitt.

Epic storytelling. Larson’s style meets Lozito’s flair with a pinch of Walker’s pace.

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