SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS I WOULD RECOMMEND

And by Science-Fiction I mean futuristic fiction and include what some might call Speculative fiction.  Some books might fit in this category easily, others might not.   I have noticed, for example, that a lot of contemporary Horror novels might fit into science FictionCreature by John Saul is a good example as it is billed as horror but is about the scientific manipulation of human growth hormones.  Stephen King's Tommyknockers would be another good example.  Sometimes I just gotta make a call.

 

Glory Season

By David Brin

Bantam, 1993

 

Oryx and Crake 

By Margaret Atwood

Random House, 2004

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Macroscope

by Piers Anthony

AVON books 1969

 

The Einstein Intersection

 

by Samuel R. Delaney

 

Ace Books, 1967

 

The Children of Men

 

by P.D. James

 

 

 

 

 

The Midwich Cuckoos

 

by John Wyndham

 

Ballentine, 1959

 

 

The Sparrow

 

by Mary Doria Russell

 

Ballentine, 1996