Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 All-Time Favorite Books in SF&F

Top Ten Tuesday

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week bloggers post a top ten list related to a specific theme. This week's theme is Top Ten All-Time Favorite Books in Science Fiction & Fantasy. I am totally going to cheat and list series here. :) All links lead to GoodReads.

Harry Potter series by JK Rowling

I love the Harry Potter books. I have reread this series at least three times. I love to see how Harry, Ron, and Hermione grow as characters.

The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C Wrede

I discovered this series when I was in elementary or middle school, and I still love it so much. The characters are endearing and the world building is top notch. I have read this series more times than I can count.

The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins

Although I have only read this series once, I really fell in love with these books. I really liked a lot of the commentary on reality television and what role media plays in our society.

Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger

When I need a fun read with a bit of romance, this is my go-to series. I discovered this series about two years ago, and I have read it at least three times.

Expanse series by James SA Corey

Do you need explosions in space? Do you need a summer blockbuster in book form? You need James SA Corey.

Gentleman Bastard series by Scott Lynch

This is a great story told from the criminal's POV. There is fun, adventure, and swearing.

Jurassic Park by Michael Chrichton

I read this book back in high school. Except for the annoying girl (she is written MUCH BETTER in the book), I loved this book so much. I still read this book every so many years. I love the combination of wonder (Dinosaurs are alive!) and horror (Dinosaurs are alive!).

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

Whenever I want to read a well-written and scary story, this is the book I read. Shirley Jackson knows how to get under your skin.

Doomsday Book by Connie Willis

I am sure once I read the other books in this series, I will love the entire series. Right now, I can only say that I love the first book. It is a very clever and well-thought out time travel book.

The Princess Bride by William Goldman

This book is so funny. The story of Princess Buttercup and Dread Pirate Roberts is great, but I especially love all of the "edits" by William Goldman.

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