List of science fiction novels

This is a list of science fiction novels, novel series, and collections of linked short stories. It includes modern novels, as well as novels written before the term "science fiction" was in common use. This list includes novels not marketed as SF but still considered to be substantially science fiction in content by some critics, such as Nineteen Eighty Four. As such, it is an inclusive list, not an exclusive list based on other factors such as level of notability or literary quality. Books are listed in alphabetical order by title, ignoring the leading articles "A", "An", and "The". Novel series are alphabetical by author-designated name or, if there is none, the title of the first novel in the series or some other reasonable designation.












Jem (novel), a 1980 book by Frederik Pohl

















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Aleriel, or A Voyage to Other Worlds

Aleriel, or A Voyage to Other Worlds is a science fiction novel by Wladislaw Somerville Lach-Szyrma, a Polish-English curate, author, and historian.

Published in 1883, Aleriel is a Victorian novel, which was previously thought to be the first published work to apply the word Martian as a noun (it is now known that the word was first used in 1877): After the protagonist, Aleriel, lands on Mars, he buries his spacecraft in snow, "so that it might not be disturbed by any Martian who might come across it".A new edition was published in 2015. It includes the same text and a new introduction by Richard Dunn (Royal Museums Greenwich) and Marek Kukula (Royal Observatory Greenwich).

Anima (novel)

Anima is a novel written by Marie Buchanan. It is in the mystery or suspense genre, and was first published in the United Kingdom under the title Greenshards by Fawcett Crest in 1972.

It is 223 pages long, and consists of two roughly equal halves, titled first Olive on page 1, and then Megan on page 127. The division of the book into two halves is for a stylistic change of perspective or vantage point. While Olive was crippled from a car crash, Megan is a gorgeous actress. One of the issues is whether beauty is only skin deep, and whether the intellect, taken separately and by itself, is or can be a source of attraction. Similarly, whether beautiful people can transmigrate to beautiful bodies if they are trapped in bodies unsuitable to them. Finally, there is the issueof whether car crashes can be induced psychically, or if they depend purely on chance.

Flight from Rebirth

Flight from Rebirth is a science fiction novel by British writer J. T. McIntosh, published in July 1971 by Avon Books.

Fossil (novel)

Fossil is a science fiction book by American writer Hal Clement, first printed in November, 1993. Copyright was reserved to him under his real name, Harry C. Stubbs and the company he associated himself with, Tomorrow, Inc..

List of alternate history fiction

This is a list of alternate history fiction, sorted by type.

List of fantasy novels (A–H)

This page lists notable fantasy novels (and novel series). The books appear in alphabetical order by title (beginning with A to H) (ignoring "A", "An", and "The"); series are alphabetical by author-designated name or, if there is no such, some reasonable designation. Science-fiction novels and short-story collections are not included here.

Lists of books

For the corresponding Wikipedia Library research page, see Wikipedia:List of bibliographies.This is a list of book lists (bibliographies) on Wikipedia, organized by various criteria.

Lords of the Psychon

Lords of the Psychon is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American writer Daniel F. Galouye, published in April 1963 by Bantam Books. The Library of Congress Catalog Card Number is 63009177. Daniel Galouye wrote this story in 1963. It was his second novel, following the successful Dark Universe, and reflects his interest in worlds where one's perception of reality is the key factor affecting that reality and the most important element of it.

Neanderthal Planet

Neanderthal Planet is a collection of science fiction short stories written by Brian W. Aldiss and published separately in 1959,1960, 1962, and together in 1969 by special arrangement with the author; it was next published by Avon Books in January, 1970.

One Million Tomorrows

One Million Tomorrows is a science fiction novel by British writer Bob Shaw, first published in 1970 in magazine form by the American magazine Amazing Stories. The paperback version is somewhat different, and was published the same year by Ace Books, as illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon.

One in Three Hundred

One in Three Hundred is a science fiction novel by British writer J. T. McIntosh. It was originally published as three novellas in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1953-54, and was then published by Doubleday & Company, Inc.. During 1956 the novel was reissued by Ace as Ace Double D-113, in a dos-à-dos binding with Dwight V. Swain's The Transposed Man.

The original novellas were "One in 300" (February 1953), "One in a Thousand" (January 1954), and "One Too Many" (September 54). The first novella was included in the anthology Best SF of 1954.

Outline of science fiction

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to science fiction:

Science fiction – a genre of fiction dealing with the impact of imagined innovations in science or technology, often in a futuristic setting. or depicting space exploration. Exploring the consequences of such innovations is the traditional purpose of science fiction, making it a "literature of ideas".

Recursive science fiction

Recursive science fiction is a subgenre of science fiction, which itself takes the form of an exploration of science fiction within the narrative of the story.

Science fiction

Science fiction (often shortened to Sci-Fi or SF) is a genre of speculative fiction that has been called the "literature of ideas". It typically deals with imaginative and futuristic concepts such as advanced science and technology, time travel, parallel universes, fictional worlds, space exploration, and extraterrestrial life. Science fiction often explores the potential consequences of scientific innovations.

The Infinite Man

The Infinite Man is a science fiction novel written by Daniel F. Galouye and published in April 1973 by Bantam Books.

The Ophiuchi Hotline

The Ophiuchi Hotline is a 1977 science fiction novel by American writer John Varley. It was nominated to the Locus awards Part of his Eight Worlds series, the novel opens in the year 2618.

Timeline of science fiction

This is a timeline of science fiction as a literary tradition.

Transmigration (novel)

Transmigration is a science fiction book by Scottish writer J. T. McIntosh, published in 1970.


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