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message 1: by Jo (last edited Jan 01, 2018 05:17AM) (new)

Jo | 1089 comments This month we are looking for nomination of sci-fi between 2000 and today. We are looking for any nomination from this period which has not previously been read by the group. Please check out the 2000-2019 bookshelf before nominating . One nomination per person please.


message 2: by Ronald (new)

Ronald (rpdwyer) | 155 comments I nominate _Brass Man_ by Neal Asher:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4...


message 3: by Jim (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 4023 comments Mod
I'll nominate Saturn Run by John Sandford who is best known for his Prey series. He does a great job writing SF, too.


message 4: by Aaron (new)

Aaron (zanish) | 3 comments I'd like to nominate Nexus by Ramez Naam.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...


message 5: by Marc-André (new)

Marc-André | 298 comments I'll suggest the Hugo nominated Neptune's Brood by Charles Stross.


message 6: by Ed (new)

Ed Erwin | 1861 comments Mod
Since it is sitting on my shelf already, I'll pick The Quantum Thief.


message 7: by Radiantflux (last edited Jan 17, 2018 07:20AM) (new)

Radiantflux | 59 comments I haven't read any Greg Egan for ages, and would love start his Orthogonal series, with The Clockwork Rocket. He's always been for someone who like hard scifi, but this sounds extreme, in which he creates a whole new universe with subtly different physical laws.


message 10: by Cheryl (new)

Cheryl (cherylllr) WWW: Wake is on my list because I've had a lot of fun with other smart novels by Robert J. Sawyer.


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