10 Most Underrated Sci-Fi Novels

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10 Most Underrated Sci-Fi Novels

10 - Arkad's World - James L. Cambias

Arkad's World - James L. Cambias

James Cambias has already written several interesting novels: The Corsair, a near-future thriller about pirates in space, and a Darkling Sea, about the first contact on an ice-covered moon. Arkad's world is most recently the subject of a boy named Arkad, the only human on an alien planet. As he struggles to survive, the arrival of a trio of people improves his life. They are looking for a long-lost treasure that could help keep Earth out of alien domination, and when he joins them, he makes it clear that a member of his group has given him a secret that could betray all of his duties.

9 -  Witch Winter - Katherine Arden

Witch Winter - Katherine Arden
I'm a big fan of Katherine Arden's the Moon and The Nightingale. A wonderful story inspired by the folklore of medieval Russia. Now, Arden will bring the Winternight Trilogy closer to its readers with Witch Winter. A demon reappears and devastates Moscow, and with the country at war, Vasilisa Petrovna will find a way to save both Russia and Morozko's fantasy world.

8 - Alliance Rising From Fancher - C. J. Cherryh and Jane s.

C. J. Cherryh and Jane s. Alliance Rising From Fancher
Renowned writer C. J. Cherryh is back with Alliance Rising, a new chapter in the long-running Alliance-Union series. In its universe, humanity is spread out into space by a network of space stations, and the closest ones to earth are the Obstructing stars. When Merchant Finity end's ship arrives, the residents of Alpha Station believe that a rival Earth Corporation has come to investigate Starship Human Rights.

7 - In A Dream Gone - Sean McGuire

In A Dream Gone - Sean McGuire
Sean McGuire is writing a fantasy series about dimensional portals called Wayward Children, in which each episode ( each heart is an entry gate, between bars and bones, and under a Sugar Sky ) serves as a standalone adventure. In this latest episode, Absent, a young woman named Katherine Lundy, discovers the door to another world built on logic and reason. At first, he believes it is a paradise, but when it comes time to leave, he finds that there is a high cost of bargaining that he has to do.

6 - Shadow Captain - Alastair Reynolds

Alastair Reynolds - Shadow Captain
Alastair Reynolds returns to the world of the 2017 book Revenger, which follows a starship crew plowing alien worlds for advanced technologies. In this film, crew members Adrana and Fura Ness reunite after a long separation but are replaced by their experiences. Adrana is traumatized after being enslaved by the feared pirate Bosa Sennen, while Fura becomes obsessed with finding pirate treasures.

5 - Kingdom of Copper - Tu Chakraborty

Tu Chakraborty - Kingdom of copper
This novel follows Nahri, the last remaining member of a powerful family, who summons Djinn and arrives in the magical city of Daevabad. As the city copes with the aftermath of an enormous battle and tries to navigate the perilous waters of the royal palace, it has embraced its legacy, while Prince Ali has been exiled and led a rebellion.

4 - Golden State - I'm H. Winters

I'm H. Winters - Golden State
Laszlo Ratesic was formerly a member of the Golden State speculative service in California. The country is governed by an inescapable law: lying is forbidden, imprisonment is forbidden. It is part of a vast state set up to monitor the truth, and it must protect the truth.

3 - Vigilance - Robert Jackson Bennett

Vigilance - Robert Jackson Bennett
I recently reviewed Robert Jackson Bennett's latest novel, Foundryside, and it returned this month with a fascinating story called Vigilance. Established in 2030, a sociopathic TV network sets up a real “game” show, “Vigilance,” where they create an active shooter situation in public spaces, giving cash prizes to anyone who attracts shooters.


2 - Here and now and then - Mike Chen

Here and now and then - Mike Chen
Kin Stewart leads a typical life. He works a Normal job and raises his young daughter. But he has a secret: he is a former agent of the Temporal Corruption Bureau since 2142. He, stranded since the 1990s, barely remembers the life he left behind. Eighteen years later her former colleagues have returned to save her, and when her daughter's life is in danger, they will try to find a way to save her.

1 - Tides Of The Titans - Thoraiya Dyer

Tides Of The Titans - Thoraiya Dyer

Thoraiya Dyer's Titan Forest series has sometimes been reincarnated into the human body. The world is set in a fantastic world inhabited by huge trees ruled by 13 Gods and goddesses. The latest episode is the Tides of the Titans.

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