In a drought-filled future, Las Vegas crushes competing cities in the race for water.
MacGyver on Mars. Enough said.
A fantasy series with strong, competent women leading the way.
Rabih Alamenddine’s latest novel, An Unnecessary Woman, is like a conversation with a new friend.
t’s confusing and takes effort from the reader, but the payoff is a highly enjoyable science fiction novel with action, mystery, set in a dystopian future.
John Scalzi’s Redshirts is a clever satire with the lasting power of cotton candy. It’s to be consumed, quickly, then melts away from consciousness.
In Throne of the Crescent Moon, Saladin Ahmed creates a textured fantasy, rich in detail and polished writing.
Don’t read Lexicon. Instead check out the comic book, Preacher, and the novel, Snow Crash.
If you think the post-apocalyptic novel is a tired medium, then you haven’t read Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.
The Magician’s Land by Lev Grossman is the third novel in his, likely ongoing, series, The Magicians.