Amanda’s #SciFiMonth TBR

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Hello, lovelies and happy November! We’re finally almost out of the shitshow that has been 2020. I discovered in September that #SciFiMonth is a thing that exists and as science fiction is my favorite genre I obviously have to participate. This wonderful event is run by Imyril @ There’s Always Room for One More… and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place. There is an announment post and another post with more details (here) and you can find the #SciFiMonth Twitter here for more details and all the updates. With all of the business out of the way, let’s talk about what I’m hoping to read this month. This is going to be a short list of the books I definitely want to get to before #SciFiMonth is over. Later this month, I will have a full list of all the science fiction books that I own and haven’t read yet so you can all shame me into reading them. Let’s get into it!

War Girls by Tochi Onyebuchi

Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston

Adaptation by Malinda Lo

The Relentless Moon by Mary Robinette Kowal

To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

These five books are my highest priority of all the science fiction I own. There are definitely some I plan to reread as well this month, but that will be a different list. What books are you hoping to read this month?

Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.

6 thoughts on “Amanda’s #SciFiMonth TBR

  1. There are quite a few books on my scfi November tbr list including “Rebel,” “Unconquerable Sun,” and “The Midnight Library” …. These were the books I’ve heard the best reviews for on many of the blogs I follow. Good luck on your reading list! My most favorite science fiction book this year has been “The Code: If your AI loses its mind, can it take meds?” by Peter McAllister ( It really felt like a brand new take on the genre and had me on the edge of my seat. The protagonist, Liam, is well written and believable, as are the futuristic themes. Sometimes books like this can go off the rails a bit, but this stayed grounded and consistent throughout. What happens when an AI starts to lose its grip on reality? What if you are dependent on that AI? Really unique premise, worth a read! Happy Scifi November and Happy Reading!

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