Near Future

Near-future science fiction takes place in the present day or in the next few decades. Elements of the setting should be familiar to the reader, and the technology may be current or in development. Stories about nanotechnology or genetics often fall into this category.

New Releases Tagged "Near Future"

Red Moon
Head On (Lock In, #2)
Dogs of War
Suicide Club
Tell the Machine Goodnight
Brilliance (Brilliance Saga, #1)
The Water Knife
The Peripheral
Invasive (Zer0es, #2)
The Nightmare Stacks (Laundry Files, #7)
Metro 2035 (Metro #3)
Europe in Autumn
Yesterday's Kin
Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1)
The Martian
Halting State (Halting State, #1)
Lock In (Lock In, #1)
The Windup Girl
The Handmaid's Tale
Rule 34 (Halting State, #2)
Little Brother (Little Brother, #1)
Snow Crash
Neuromancer (Sprawl, #1)
Nexus (Nexus, #1)
Pattern Recognition (Blue Ant, #1)
The Water Knife
Oryx and Crake (MaddAddam, #1)
Fallen by Lauren KateFirelight by Sophie JordanInferno by Dan BrownAnimal Farm by George OrwellCity of Ashes by Cassandra Clare
To be Adapted to the Big Screen
14 books — 8 voters
Steelheart by Brandon SandersonSuper Powereds by Drew  HayesFirefight by Brandon SandersonSuper Powereds by Drew  HayesSuper Powereds by Drew  Hayes
Super Powered Characters Worth Reading
136 books — 145 voters

Ender's Game by Orson Scott CardBlood Song by Anthony RyanThe Left Hand of God by Paul  HoffmanBehind the Hood by Marita A. HansenRebel Without a Cause by Robert Mitchell Lindner
Young and Violent
48 books — 6 voters
Outpost by Adam BakerThe Physician's Tale by Ann  BensonDead Love by Linda  WellsSilent Fear by Lance MorcanDead Promise by Linda  Wells
Pandemic Medical Thrillers
19 books — 4 voters

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Scott B. Pruden
F***ing triffids.
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Martin Pond
Mum took me to the park a couple of times last week so that I could run. That was a waste of time though, it takes hours to get there and when you finally do, well, there's no room to do anything really, what with all the tents pitched everywhere. Mum says there used to be grass, but I don't see where.
Martin Pond, Dark Steps

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