Review What is the single best science fiction novel of all time?


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  1. Octavia Butler Parable of the Sower
At this point I'm not sure if Parable counts as fiction. It's a terrifyingly prophetic-feeling read. But perhaps that's part of what makes for good science-fiction?

  1. Tamsyn Muir Nona the Ninth
Nona, interesting. I would be more inclined to vote for Harrow the Ninth. The way it challenges the reader and explores grief and grieving is just phenomenal.
 

Zaukrie

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At this point I'm not sure if Parable counts as fiction. It's a terrifyingly prophetic-feeling read. But perhaps that's part of what makes for good science-fiction?


Nona, interesting. I would be more inclined to vote for Harrow the Ninth. The way it challenges the reader and explores grief and grieving is just phenomenal.
good golly, I just read the plot summary to Parable. Yikes. I'll refrain from breaking forum rules, but yikes.
 



Parmandur

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Nope. Still not seeing it. There’s not a single sf novel
In the top ten. Pair of Harry Potter books and the Hobbit.
No, you have to go pretty deep to find the sci-fi, Dune& The Andromeda Nebula are at 20 million copies sold, 1984 is 30 million, and the Hunger Game books are each in between.
 

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