Kevin J. Anderson is known for many things, most notably his work in the Star Wars and Dune universes. But among his more popular, and original, writings is the Saga of the Seven Suns. The following is a reading order of that series.
Anne McCaffrey created one of the most expansive and well-loved sci-fi/fantasy series (it’s kind of a hybrid of both), that has gone on to become one of the best series of its kind. This is the Dragonriders of Pern reading order.
If you’re into long epic fantasy series, here’s another great one for you. The Saga of Recluce is the brain child of L. E. Modesitt, Jr. another epic fantasy author along the lines of Brandon Sanderson or Robert Jordon. If you’re looking for another world to escape into, you’ve come to the right place. This...
Gene Wolfe is considered a master at his craft, and that is profoundly apparent in the Solar Cycle, a collection of several series that all take place in the same universe. This is the Solar Cycle reading order.
The short story that spawned a film that spawned a novelization that spawned a series, the Space Odyssey series has long been considered one of Arthur C. Clarke’s masterpieces. This is the Space Odyssey reading order.
In a sprawling epic resembling Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Dan Simmons presents the Hyperion Cantos, the perfect series for fans of epics like Game of Thrones. This is the Hyperion Cantos reading order.
If one man could be called the father of modern science fiction, it would be Isaac Asimov, and of all his well-known work, the Foundation novels have long been considered his best. So much so that others have since contributed to the universe.
What started out as a single book soon grew into a small collection of stories that nevertheless took the world by storm, resulting in a surge in popularity of the YA dystopian genre. This is the Hunger Games timeline.