Embrace Your Inner Geek

Admit it. You sometimes watch Star Wars or love Star Trek. Why not try a science fiction novel next? We have SF books suitable for all reading tastes. All of these titles are located in the Adult Science Fiction section of the Library.

If you enjoy mysteries, try …

Asimov, Isaac. The Caves of Steel. 1954.

Bear, Greg. Queen of Angels. 1990. Also available: CD

MacLean, Katherine. Missing Man. 1975.

Walton, Jo. Farthing. 2006.

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If you enjoy literary fiction, try …

Card, Orson Scott. Ender’s Game. 1985. Also available: CD, eAudiobook

Goonan, Kathleen Ann. In War Times. 2007.

Le Guin, Ursula. The Left Hand of Darkness. 1976.

Miller, Walter M. A Canticle for Leibowitz. 1959. Also available: Cassette

Russell, Mary Doria. The Sparrow. 1996.

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If you enjoy romance, try …

Asaro, Catherine. The Veiled Web. 1999.

Bujold, Lois McMaster. Shards of Honor. 1996.

Castle, Jayne. Zinnia. 1997.

Shinn, Sharon. Jenna Starborn. 2002.

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If you enjoy thrillers, try …

Doctorow, Cory. Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom. 2003.

Kalstein, Dave. Prodigy. 2006.

MacLeod, Ken. The Execution Channel. 2007.

Somers, Jeff. The Electric Church. 2007.

Stephenson, Neal. Snow Crash. 1992. Also available: Cassette

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If you enjoy historical fiction, try …

Baker, Kage. In the Garden of Iden. 1997.

Baxter, Stephen. Navigator. 2007.

Flint, Eric. 1632. 2000.

Turtledove, Harry. Return Engagement. 2004.

Willis, Connie. Doomsday Book. 1992. Also available: CD

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If you enjoy humor, try …

Adams, Douglas. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. 1979.
Also available: CD, eBook

Fforde, Jasper. The Eyre Affair. 2002. Also available: CD

Scott, Tim. Outrageous Fortune. 2007.

Willis, Connie. To Say Nothing of the Dog. 1997. Also available: CD

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