73 books — 1,386 voters
The Hugo Awards are a set of literary awards given annually for the best science fiction or fantasy works and achievements of the previous year. The awards are named after Hugo Gernsback, the founder of the pioneering science fiction magazine Amazing Stories, and were officially named the Science Fiction Achievement Awards until 1992. Organized and overseen by the World Science Fiction Society, the awards are given each year at the annual World Science Fiction Convention as the central focus of the event. They were first given in 1953, at the 11th World Science Fiction Convention, and have bee ...more
Favorite Novels Which Won the Hugo Award
Lodestar 2018 Eligible YA Works
55 books — 27 voters
Hugo 2017 Eligible Works
211 books — 319 voters
Worldcon 2019 Eligible YA Works
12 books — 21 voters
This group is for like-minded people who want to read all of the Hugo and Nebula winners and run…more
[close] This group is for like-minded people who want to read all of the Hugo and Nebula winners and runners-up. The Hugo Awards are chosen by the fans. The Nebula Awards are chosen by science fiction writers. A lot of the books overlap, but not all. The Nebula awards started in 1966. Many people believe that the Nebula awards are more prestigious due to it being writers judging writers. The Hugo awards (Originally called the World Science Fiction Society until 1992) have been giving out awards since 1953. As of the end of 2017, there are: - 71 Hugo Winners - 273 Hugo Runner Ups (Dune World by Frank Herbert is not in the list) - 53 Nebula Winners - 276 Nebula Runner Ups. This will be an adult only group, mostly because I don't want to censor myself and because a few of the books on the list (looking at you Game of Thrones!) are not appropriate for children and I don't fancy trying to explain incest, murder, and the meaning of life to random children. I made a spreadsheet for myself to keep track of all the books I finish. It does fun stuff with the number of pages you've read or the amount of minutes you've spent listening. I've left a link to it if you would like to use it.
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A reading group for those who love the world of science-fiction. The Hugo Awards represent some…more
[close] A reading group for those who love the world of science-fiction. The Hugo Awards represent some of the greatest and most beloved sci-fi novels of all time. Join the group for a chance to read or re-read some amazing books! Every month we'll be reading a novel selected from each decade since the Hugo Awards began. The book will be chosen from members' votes in the polls so be sure to cast your vote. Sci five!
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The Hugo Awards are the most well known awards in science fiction and fantasy. They are a fan vo…more
[close] The Hugo Awards are the most well known awards in science fiction and fantasy. They are a fan vote award and this group is for people who plan to read (at least one of) the nominees before the winners are announced in August. Join us for discussion of the nominated works here on Goodreads or elsewhere on social media using the hashtag #ReadHugos. The nominees have been announced, you can find the full list of nominees here. After the nominees were announced, it was clear that two voting blocs, the Sad Puppies and Rabid Puppies, dominated the 2015 Hugo selection process. As many people in the group expressed little interest in reading the SP/RP nominees, we are now in the process of selecting alternative works for the group to read alongside the Hugo nominees. The novel selection thread can be found here and the short works selection thread is here.
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