Best Classic Sci-Fi Books That Are Still Great Reads

Science Fiction has evolved so much in recent years that now to have these great sci-fi books that talk a lot about the future, time travel, machine intelligence & a lot more. However, remember those older sci-fi books that literally used to give us goosebumps? Today we are revisiting that classic universe & looking at the best classic sci-fi books that are still excellent reads.


Author: Dan Simmons

Hyperion came out in 1989 & it still makes us wonder how far Dam Simmons was able to take his imagination to. The story circles around a mysterious valley where things move backward in time. There is a powerful creature called Shrike which some people worship and fear and some people want to destroy at any cost. How will all this end? That’s the answer you’ll be seeking once you start reading the book.

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Ender’s Game

Author: Orson Scott Card

Ender’s Game is a super popular sci-fi book that came out in 1985. It was a worldwide bestseller & there is an entire movie that was made based on this story. Bringing a computer-simulated video game to real life alien war & a lot of confusions around the road creates suspense, trill & much more. Can the aliens be stopped? You have read the book to know that.

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Starship Troopers

Author: Robert A. Heinlein

Starship Troopers is literally a proof, of how Robert A. Heinlein was able to think way ahead of his time. The story actually talks of an Interstellar war in the context. When the worst enemy of the entire mankind approaches for destruction, this war must be won for survival. The book is literally amazing for your geeky, sci-fi hungry brains. Oh, and I forgot to mention, this one actually came out in 1959.

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So, those were the best classic sci-fi books that are still great reads. Did you like the recommendations or you’ll like to add something that we may have missed? Let us know in the comments section below.


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