#Sci-Fi Month 2021

ART by Liu Zishan on 123RF.com QUOTE from Babylon’s Ashes by James S A Corey

Sci-Fi November is a celebration of our love for this wonderful genre in whatever form you would like to do it. It is hosted by Lisa from Dear Geek Place and Imyril from There’s always Room for One More.

There’s a read-along of Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell, a bingo card to complete and a whole schedule of daily prompts prepared by Imyril.

ART by Liu Zishan on 123RF.com Bingo Card courtesy of imyril @onemore.org

…and here is my Sci-Fi TBR for this month, which is the first prompt on Imyril’s list:

1 The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula Le Guin

2 The City and The City by China Miéville

3 Station Eleven by Emily St.John Mandel

4 Elysium by Jennifer Marie Brissett

Well, this is my list…we’ll see what I really manage to read this month.

Is science fiction among your favourite genres? Are you participating in this edition of Sci-Fi November?

Thank you for reading the post! Have a wonderful Sunday and Happy Reading!

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6 Comments

  1. I hadn’t seen this challenge but I do love Sci-Fi. I think it’s the ability to go “beyond” the rules of Earth, whilst retaining more of a feeling of being real than fantasy does. Enjoy your books!

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    1. You should join the challenge, Louise! Love what you said about sci-fi- how it feels more ‘real’. It is as if the starting point is always our world and then ‘what if…’ transforms it into something special. I grew up on sci-fi and only discovered fantasy as an adult (still catching up on books everyone seems to have read). Thank you for your recommendations- I really enjoyed your Sci-fi- yes or No? post on Tuesday.

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