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Happy Tuesday y’all! This week’s topic is “10 Books From X Genre That I’ve Recently Added To My TBR List.” I’ve been on a serious sci-fi kick lately. It started with Claudia Gray’s Defy the Stars and I can’t seem to read enough of them. So this week my “x” is sci-fi, specifically those set off world. Here are the last 10 sci-fi books I’ve added to my TBR, in no particular order. As always, covers link to Goodreads or Amazon (aff.).
The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet and A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers: So I actually saw these books floating around the blogosphere last week on a TTT and then someone also reviewed the first one. I not only added them to my TBR but also bought them. I can’t wait to start them. I don’t know why but it gives me Firefly vibes. I hope I’m right 😀
The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett: So this book is getting mixed reviews from early readers and I’ll admit I have an early copy that should have already been read (but remember my reading mojo has been gone!!). I love that it combines two of my favorite genres: dystopian and sci-fi. One of the bloggers I followed had an excellent review of it last week reminding me I needed to read this ASAP.
Free Space by Sean Danker: I LOVED the first book in this series, Admiral. Seriously I couldn’t read it fast enough and then I promptly reread it when I finished it. It’s the ONLY book that I’ve ever read NOT knowing the main character’s name. At first while reading the book, I thought it was odd that the narrator was so tight-lipped about his own history but it plays a major role in the story and personally I cannot wait to read the sequel and find out more.
Nyxia by Scott Reintgen: That cover ? Honestly, I think I’m in love with the book before I’ve even started it. The blurb is intriguing too. 10 kids being shipped off planet to mine some elusive substance and stand to earn a fortune? But why is my question. I’m hoping this book lives up to the hype in my head!
Split the Sun by Tessa Elwood: This book has been out since December and I’m not sure why I have yet to read it. I loved the first book in this series. In fact I devoured it in one sitting. The only reason I can guess as to why I haven’t read it is that the last book ended on a semi-cliffhanger and this book picks up with a different main character. I’m leery but I also plan to read it soon.
Lost Stars by Claudia Gray: It’s a prequel of sorts to The Force Awakens AND it’s written by Claudia Gray. Do I really need another reason for this book to be on my list?
Artemis by Andy Weir: I loved The Martian. It’s dry humor and just the right amount of suspense kept me reading til the last page. I’m hoping for the same in the author’s new novel. A criminal living in a settlement on the moon? Yep, I plan to devour this one.
Arabella of Mars by David D. Levine: The entire concept of this book has me intrigued! I saw it on another blogger’s page last week and knew I had to read it so added it to my own TBR. An English girl living in a Mars colony, a naval war, and did I mention MARS?
The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid: I actually received this book in a Quarterly box at the end of last year. I haven’t had a chance to read it yet but the blurb mentions a galactic council…..I’m so need to read this ASAP!
Your turn! What books have you recently added to your TBR? Share below