Best Books: Sci Fi

1 The Secret Cave

The Secret Cave

Ruth Reins | Sci-fi Fantasy


A compelling time travelling romance novel. Shirley meets, falls in love and marries Jeffrey. Shirley however, has a secret will Jeffrey discover it? He becomes very suspicious of her strange behaviour and comings and goings. Thinking she is having an affair he follows her to The Secret Cave. This is an emotional and exciting Science fiction tale...

2 Mighty Nostromo

Mighty Nostromo

Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy


The year is 2324 C.E. Tina Forster and her mighty giant cargo ship KOSTROMA are busy carrying heavy and ultra-large cargo loads between the Solar System and the new Human colonies established in other star systems close to our system. Carrying complete city-sized structures at a time, the KOSTROMA is in high demand in the interstellar...



Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy


Nancy Dow is a hauntingly beautiful teenage girl who wants to become a musician and singer and who is studying the arts, first in Arlington, Virginia, then in New York City. She appears to be seventeen or eighteen, but in reality is only thirteen. Nancy also happens to be half-human and half-angel and possesses a number of fantastic powers. ...

4 Obsidian's War

Obsidian's War

M S Lawson | Sci-fi Fantasy


As the grandson and son of founding settlers of a thriving planet on the Imperial rim Gellibrand Obsidian stood to inherit billions, but his heritage also meant he had a manipulative mother with crazy political schemes. To avoid these he turns his back on the fortune to join the sector infantry as a private, only to be shot down over the jungle...



Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy


General of the Army Ingrid Dow is in overall command of all the American armed forces and is acting as her nation’s chief military strategist and operational commander, while her teenage daughter Nancy is studying music in New York. Both possess fantastic powers but young Nancy, being a half-angel, even more sot han her mother. While Ingrid...



PorTroyal Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy


This is a superhero story of the comic book variety adapted to the novel form factor. It seemed odd to me that even in our most recent (and very well done) variations of the superhero saga, the format hasn’t changed too much. I wanted to write a compelling and realistic (well, as possible) series of books that follows what being a superhero...

7 Covenant of Blood

Covenant of Blood

H.R. van Adel | Sci-fi Fantasy


On Thayria, the brutal Sarasinian League dominates. Yet beneath its arrogant façade, decades of corruption, neglect and incompetence have left it weakened and vulnerable. Even as its subject peoples yearn for freedom, the League, preoccupied with violent expansion, shows astonishing complacency in the face of impending revolt.Against a backdrop...

8 Book One of the Heroes of Legend: The Archer, The Princess, and The Dragon King

Book One of the Heroes of Legend: The Archer, The Princess, and The Dragon King

L. A. Hammer | Sci-fi Fantasy


This is a fantasy novel that blends Robin Hood, King Arthur, Cleopatra, all fighting Dracula, in a world growing out of research of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Joseph Campbell. Studying the Heroes Journey of Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces on which I wrote my Master's thesis with this story as my creative exegesis.This novel is the...

9 The Brotherhood of Swords (Book #2: The Pentarchy of Solarian)

The Brotherhood of Swords (Book #2: The Pentarchy of Solarian)

W.D.Worth | Sci-fi Fantasy


Ryder Talisman has been inducted into the Brotherhood of Swords and is now a lord of the empire. Despite the advantages of rank, he still has only a basic understanding of who he is, or his true purpose within the Pentarchy. The journey continues.

10 Gabriella


Carl Facciponte | Sci-fi Fantasy


If an android could think and learn by herself, would she be human? If she could feel affection and love, if she could enjoy everything a regular human can, including sexual relationships, would that make her human? Is the search for God the differentiating factor between human, animal, and machine? Or is it mans ability to lie, cheat, and kill...