I LOVE SCI FI. ESPECIALLY SPACE. If galaxy could be classed as a colour it would be my favourite. I am always drawn to space sci fi before any other kind in all mediums. Books, TV, Movies, pin badges! So, this was hard as the options are wide and I am so excited for everyone else’s recommendations!
This idea was originally created by Mandy @Devouring Books big thanks to Mandy for hosting and introducing me to so many other book bloggers and this tag! Please see the September prompts below.
14/9/19 — Set in Space
21/9/19 — Over 500 Pages
28/9/19 — Books with Maps
- Share your top 5 books of the current topic– these can be books that you want to read, have read and loved, have read and hated, you can do it any way you want.
- Tag the original post
- Tag 5 people
Set in the Desuco Quadrant, we follow Rhiannon, a princess soon to be queen. Her family were murdered in a plane accident and she is now of age to take the throne, but when there is an attempt on her life she flees her kingdom in search of help and answers. With fast moments, excellent dialogue and world building, this duology is a quick, easy read set in an enormous solar system.
Minutes before the Earth is destroyed Arthur is save by his friend, Ford and finds himself in space travelling the universe with a random bunch of companions and a guide to hitch hiking. I am yet to read this, however it has been on my TBB forever.
This I will read this year without fail. 1. It’s one of the books for my reading challenge and 2. From reviews I’ve seen, it’s a quippy fun, Firefly-esque story with a great cast and the greats Jay & Amie behind the pages. What more does your sci-fi nerd want… maybe a space corgi… see below.
I can honestly say I picked this up thanks to this ‘a corgi mascot’. My book wife, Narah Quinn told me about this book, then gifted me the paperback and y’all gotta know. I am so excited! It has everything I could possibly want, Corgis, Pirates, Space. WIN! (I have no idea what else this book is about) Apologies.
Les Mis in space. I can honestly say those words are the reason I bought this book and ravaged it when it turned up in March. So, the Les Mis part isn’t wrong, however it goes a different direction to the original text, probably because it’s based in space. It’s a little slow to begin with, but it is creating an atmosphere. Also, it’s kinda hard to not be slow when you’ve launched Paris in to space, you kinda got explain yourself, ya know?
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Beth Tabler of beforewegoblog