Best Post Apocalyptic and Dystopian Novels 2012/2013

08 Oct 2013
MaddAddam: Book 3 of The MaddAddam Trilogy

Read our complete list of the best Post Apocalyptic and Dystopian novels of 2012/2013.   Perfectible Animals by Thomas Norwood THE NEXT STAGE IN HUMAN EVOLUTION IS ALMOST HERE…  BUT WILL HOMO SAPIENS SURVIVE? It’s 2065. Environmental and social chaos are poised to disrupt all life on Earth. Michael Khan, a geneticist struggling to save his wife [...]

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Best Humorous Science Fiction 2012

23 Sep 2013
Year Zero: A Novel

Year Zero by Rob Reid Nick Carter is an entertainment lawyer, and not exactly a highly successful one. When a couple of extraterrestrials show up in his office to enlist him in a galactic copyright infringement, he thinks they are a prank. But they aren’t. It seems that in 1977 the rest of the universe [...]

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Best Classic Science Fiction 2012

23 Sep 2013

The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter When a fire reduces a home to rubble, investigating cop Monica Jansson discovers a strange device. A small box with wires, a switch and powered by a potato, she soon discovers that it allows the person flipping the switch to step sideways into a parallel earth. [...]

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Adept and overcome (the Maxwell saga, book 3) by Peter Grant

27 Feb 2014

Lieutenant Steve Maxwell is fresh off his shipboard duties with the Galactic Marine Corps he has been assigned to the AIU (accident investigation unit) to investigate a devastating all hands lost crash of the Marine Corps’s latest high-performance fighter shuttle. The Mark XVIIA, which is being touted as the greatest fighter manufactured since the beginning [...]

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The waking engine by David Edison

17 Feb 2014

Contrary to the belief long held by most societies there isn’t an afterlife, or even death for that matter. People are born lonely ones but die many times, and instead of going to a place of permanent peace and tranquility where everything is the pinnacle of perfection souls just bounce from planet to planet living [...]

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Annihilation (book 1 of the Southern Research Trilogy) by Jeff VanderMeer

17 Feb 2014

Area X separated from the continent decades ago and is now being reclaimed by Mother Nature and the universe and whenever unknown life forms are brave enough to go out there. Area X has been described as a pristine Eden like ecosystem with fresh water and vegetation. The likes of which humanity has not seen [...]

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Shovel ready by Adam Sternbergh

17 Feb 2014

Spademan only has two rules number one he does not do kids (because that is a different kind of psycho), and he is not FedEx. So he will not deliver messages other than that for the right price. He will kill whoever you want he does not care if your boyfriend and/or girlfriend cheated on [...]

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Pyramid Lake by Paul Draker

06 Feb 2014

Trevor Lennox is a genius didn’t think so far out of the box. He can’t even see it anymore. He is one of DARPA’s (Defense advanced research Project agency) most valuable scientists as a matter of fact. He is often referred to as their “Golden boy” there is nothing he can’t do, whether it is [...]

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Tapped in by Mark Wayne McGinnis

29 Jan 2014

Rob Chandler is a very lucky individual statistically speaking he shouldn’t be alive. He was cruising down a lost Arizona highway late one night, going nowhere in particular (or rather, he can’t remember where he was going or for that matter who he is). Rob has amnesia, on top of being paralyzed. Rob started to [...]

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After the Virus by Meghan Ciana Doidge

30 Oct 2013

After the virus decimates 99.9% of the world’s population, and all traces of humanity along with it, Rhiannon and Will are forced to move beyond their past fame, fortune, and personal demons to rescue a mute girl from the clutches of two warring cults. ————————– “Waking up was never a good idea, and this morning [...]

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Perfectible Animals by Thomas Norwood

25 Oct 2013
Perfectible Animals: A Post Apocalyptic Technothriller (EidoGenesis Book 1)

One of our TOP PICK science fiction novels for 2013. If you love government conspiracies, dystopias, apocalypses, and genetic engineering, then this one’s for you! THE NEXT STAGE IN HUMAN EVOLUTION IS ALMOST HERE…  BUT WILL HOMO SAPIENS SURVIVE? It’s 2065. Environmental and social chaos are poised to disrupt all life on Earth. Michael Khan, a geneticist [...]

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Dark space by Jesper T. Scott

25 Sep 2013
Dark Space (Book 2): The Invisible War

Captain Ethan Ortane was an infamous and very successful stem smuggler for nearly 20 years before being caught and sentenced to 15 years on a sub asteroid prison. Upon being released back into what was left of “society” after the Sith wars (and insect like race) that is bent on draining the known galaxy. Of [...]

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CyberStorm by Matthew Mather

16 Sep 2013

Mike Mitchell is the quintessential modern New Yorker in his late 20s with a gorgeous young wife and two-year-old son. His biggest concern is getting his new startup company off the ground and providing the best possible lifestyle for his young family. Their loft style apartment in a converted warehouse holds all of the most [...]

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The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord

15 Sep 2013
The Best of All Possible Worlds: A Novel

You would think that every one of the sci-fi books you pick up would be filled with imaginative ideas on the future of mankind, but unfortunately that is not the case. Finding new authors who truly give some thought to who we are and could be within the genre of science fiction stories is a [...]

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Blue Skies by Matthew Mather (Atopia Chronicles)

28 Aug 2013

Plot synopsis:  Olympia is a high-powered stressed out advertising executive resigning on the island of Manhattan she lives in a world littered with robots, taxicabs are driven by artificial intelligence and everything from the daily news to communications with friends can be projected with the help of highly specialized contact lenses that project images directly [...]

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The Darwin Elevator by Jason Hough

21 Aug 2013
The Darwin Elevator (Dire Earth Cycle)

One of the best post apocalypse novels I have read for a while, The Darwin Elevator takes us in a new direction when it comes to alien cultures and zombies.  Imagine an earth in the not too distant future, maybe a hundred years from now, when we have made first contact, though not on our [...]

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The Lightcap by Dan Marshall

14 Aug 2013

In the not so distant future, corporations will be the governing body. The United States as we know it will exist as individual states instead; they will be grouped into geographic territories influenced and controlled by the most by the most politically motivated and affluent corporations. And, rather than vote for the president, citizens will [...]

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Terms of Enlistment by Marko Kloos

14 Aug 2013

In the year 2108 the resources of time and earth are stretched to their maximum and civilization is hanging on by a thread Andrew Grayson is a citizen of the North American Commonwealth. Living in one of the many dilapidated concrete and steel government issued housing sectors, home of the “welfare rats.” These individuals living [...]

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The Beam by Sean Platt and Johnny B Truant

07 Aug 2013

The beam: episode one: by Sean Platt and Johnny B. truant: 97 pages: available formats. Electronic book: original publication date, June 18, 2013 Synopsis: In the year 2097 the United States is transformed into the North American Union (NAU), a society that is entrenched in a protective climate controlled cocoon. There are two political parties [...]

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Review of The Second Ship by Richard Phillips

30 Jul 2013

The second ship (the rho agenda) publication date: October 2, 2012: 446 pages: available formats: electronic book, paperback and unabridged audio book Everyone knows the story about a flying saucer supposedly crashing in Roswell New Mexico in 1948 and how the government allegedly took the technology and hid it away from the public where it [...]

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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

22 Jul 2013

Fahrenheit 451: Author Ray Bradbury: original publication date 1953: 179 pages: available formats hardcover paperback and electronic book In Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury creates a desolate view of the future of humanity from a 1950s perspective one in which American society no longer consists of individuals holding intelligent conversations face-to-face with one another. Instead, society [...]

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Ender’s Game by Scott Orson Card

15 Jul 2013

Original publication: (United States) Tor books 1985) 352 pages Print types: hardcover, paperback, electronic book Ender’s game is a book that should be loaned out to anyone and everyone that says “I don’t like sci-fi” or “there aren’t any good sci-fi books.” Scott Orson card creates a world that is a rich tapestry of sites [...]

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Best Science Fiction Books

02 Jul 2013

If you love science fiction books and want to read the very best of them, check out this list. Here, we will give a short rundown of the best science fiction books. We will mention some classics, as well as the best science fiction 2013 that have made a good impression on readers. This list [...]

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Science Fiction Books: Choosing The Best Kinds

01 Jul 2013

The story of such books is generally in line with the setting in another time or another world where technologies have advanced such that a lot of the presently considered impossible incidences are standard events. Naturally, just what the very best science fiction books are will truly be left to the reader himself or herself [...]

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The Best Post Apocalyptic Books

08 Jun 2013

CLICK HERE to  see our list of best Post Apocalyptic books for 2012/2013 Roots of Post Apocalypse Books Many say that post apocalyptic books became popular when the public came to know about nuclear weapons and their capacity to destroy life, as we know it. Man’s fate in the hands of a trigger happy nuclear [...]

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