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TT: 7 SF Books I’ve Added to My Wishlist

For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday we’re talking about books we’ve recently added to our wish list of a specific genre. I don’t think it’s any surprise that I am OBSESSED with science fiction. So what other choice would I pick? I also though this was a great way for you to see the books on my watch list. The whole Top Ten Tuesday meme is organized by the lovely Broke and the Bookish and you can see the whole list here.

  1. Warcross by Marie Lu: Because this has a distinct cyberpunk hacking feel to it and I am in some DIRE need for that. After reading so many cyberpunk books for my thesis, I am sorely missing that aspect of my life.
  2. Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn: Dystopias and population control? This sounds like a story I would enjoy.
  3. Autonomous by Annalee Newitz: Even if I didn’t read the excerpt, or even the synopsis, from name alone this would gather my attention.
  4. The Flight of the Silvers by Daniel Price: I love end of the world type books. The last one I read was The Space Between Stars.
  5. The Song of the Orphans by Daniel Price: This is the second book after The Flight of the Silvers and I was approved for it on First to Read, so stay tuned!
  6. The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey: I read The Girl With All The Gifts and absolutely enjoyed that book. I cannot wait to read this one.
  7. Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel: I read number one, Sleeping Giants, and need to read number 2!

I know that seven may seem like a strange number, and it was to me, because it’s in the middle between 5 and 10. However, there are many magical things about seven, symbolically, so I’ve recently come to terms with this.


What have you recently added to your TBR from any genre?

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10 thoughts on “TT: 7 SF Books I’ve Added to My Wishlist

  1. I have left a few comments this week on TTTs that start “I’m not really into scifi, but ____ sounds cool”, and I will leave the same comment here, haha – Bannerless sounds cool; I’m curious about population control aspects.

    1. Haha yea, SF can go so many different ways. I am also excited for it, but we’ll see if I get approved 😉

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