Top 10 Space and Science Fiction Books for 2021

Science-fiction lovers all around the world will love our list of best space and Sci-Books for 2021. No matter what kind of sci-fi or space books you love, you can find some books that you want to read in 2021.  Below, you can see a list of best sci-fi and space books which will be published in 2021 or already published and worth reading in 2021.

 

A Desolation Called Peace - Arkady Martine

A Desolation Called Peace - Arkady Martine

A Desolation Called Peace, Arkady Martine will make the lovers of science-fiction books have spatial elements happy.  This book is a sequel to the famous, Hugo Award winning novel, A Memory Called Empire.  In this part of the story, the Teixcalaan Empire will fight against alien threats.  Captain Nine Hibiscus will lead the army of the empire in the war. If you love epic space operas, this book would be the best choice for you in 2021.

 

Project Hail Mary - Andy Weir

Project Hail Mary - Andy Weir

Andy Weir, one of the greatest minds of sci-fi genre in our times, will be with us with another sci-fi novel, Project Hail Mary in 2021. The protagonist of the book is Ryland Grace. One day,  he opens his eyes in a small spacecraft, he can’t even remember his name. However, this is not the biggest problem, the biggest problem is he does not know why he is on this spaceship, and who the two corpses are on the ship with him.  At one point, he starts to remember his story, and he realizes that he has been asleep for a long time. He needs to prevent a threat which comes closer to our world at every second. However, he does not know how to succeed in this mission.  We recommend you to read it if you like thrilling sci-fi novels.

 

Children of Ruin -  Adrian Tchaikovsky

Children of Ruin -  Adrian Tchaikovsky

Our second suggestion for the lovers of sci-fi to read in 2021 is Children of Ruin by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Children of Ruin is a sequel to Arthur C. Clarke Award Winning novel, Children of Time. In Children of Ruin, humanity has to struggle against the results of Earth’s ancient empire building. The World of Nod will face the side effects of the terraforming plan.  While humanity wants to discover their cousins from the ancient World, they will have to deal with something else which is waiting for them.       

 

The Human - Nail Asher                 

The Human - Nail Asher

The epic Rise of the Jan Trilogy ends with The Human.   In this book, you will witness the rise of A Jain warship, which is determined to beat its arch rival, and ready to destroy anything that tries to stop it.  Orlandine will fight for the last time against flawless Jain by using their ancient and deathly technology.

 

 

XX - Rian Hughes

XX - Rian Hughes

XX by Rian Hughes is one of the most interesting books in our list. In XX, Rian Hughes benefits the opportunities of graphic design in terms of its narrative potential.  Rian Hughes asks who we are and what our next stop is.  In the book, the best artificial intelligence expert of the World, Jack Fenwick tries to decode an extraterrestrial signal. However, while trying to decode the signal, he realizes that the alien realm is totally occupied by ghosts which could be related to our past.  This is a really interesting book because you can find NASA transcripts and different articles from journals.  We strongly recommend all sci-fi and space lovers to read this book.

 

Other Suggestions 

These are our top 5 recommendations for you to read in 2021 However, we also have other recommendations for you, below you can see the names of novels that you should have a look at in 2021.

 

  • Remote Control - Nnedi Okorafor
  • Son of the Sun - Suyi Davies Okungbowa
  • The Future is Yours by Dan Frey.
  • The Memory Theater by Karin Tidbeck
  • We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen