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Bookriot's Most Influential Sci-Fi Books of All Time - Page 2

"The most influential sci-fi books of all time have shaped not just science fiction and its myriad sub-genres, but horror, fantasy, and manga, as well. Filmmakers have drawn inspiration for the stories between their covers, and real-world STEM developments have been made in their names. Without these books, for better or worse, our world would not be what it is today." - K.W. Colyard (Bookriot)
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The Children of Men
The Children of Men
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Snow Crash (Neal Stephenson)
Snow Crash (Neal Stephenson)
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Doomsday Book (Connie Willis)
Doomsday Book (Connie Willis)
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Uzumaki (Junji Ito)
Uzumaki (Junji Ito)
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A Civil Campaign (Lois Mcmaster Bujold)
A Civil Campaign (Lois Mcmaster Bujold)
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Battle Royale (Koushun Takami)
Battle Royale (Koushun Takami)
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Midnight Robber (Nalo Hopkinson)
Midnight Robber (Nalo Hopkinson)
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Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction From the African Diaspora (Sheree Renee Thomas)
Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction From the African Diaspora (Sheree Renee Thomas)
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The Three-Body Problem (Liu Cixin)
The Three-Body Problem (Liu Cixin)
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Leviathan Wakes (James S.A. Corey)
Leviathan Wakes (James S.A. Corey)
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Cinder (Marissa Meyer)
Cinder (Marissa Meyer)
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Imperial Radch Series (Ann Leckie)
Imperial Radch Series (Ann Leckie)
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Station Eleven (Emily St John Mandel)
Station Eleven (Emily St John Mandel)
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The Southern Reach Trilogy (Jeff Vandermeer)
The Southern Reach Trilogy (Jeff Vandermeer)
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