Friday, September 25, 2009

The Best Science Fiction Books of All Time

When it comes to what is the best science fiction books to read there is a wide selection to choose from. In fact a quick search online and you will soon discover that everyone has differing opinions to just which sci fi books would be considered to be the best.
In this article we look at some that seem to be quite popular on most of the best science fiction book lists today.

1. H G Wells - The Time Machine
This book, which was first published in 1895, has stood the test of time and is the oldest of all sci fi books, which appear here. It was H G Wells who first coined the term "time machine" and made us think it could be possible in the future to travel backwards and forwards through time.

2. Arthur C Clarke - 2001 A Space Odyssey
Not only is the author of this book one of the most well known of all science fiction writers he is one of the greatest as well. However, this book unlike many others was developed at the same time as the making of the Stanley Kubrick movie. The book only got published after the movie's release and yet is now one of the best recognised of all the science fiction books available today.

3. Douglas Adams - The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy
This of all the best science fiction books in this article is one of the more comical among them. Along with its hapless main character Arthur Dent there are a host of other characters that really bring this book to life. Their journeys across the galaxies following the destruction of earth are amazing and all in the hope to find what the Question is to the Ultimate Answer. Add to Technorati Favorites Bookmark and Share


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