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BestSFBooks Catalogs Award Winning Science-Fiction Books

If you’re a SciFi fan and looking for some new books to devour, BestSFBooks catalogs the winners of a dozen different Science-Fiction literature awards–check out the best from the present all the way back to the 1950s.

Currently BestSFBooks has a catalog of 699 authors, 305 series, and 3,213 books, all ranked and organized based on their placement in a dozen different awards–including the Huge Award, Arthur C. Clarke Award, Nebula Award, and more. You can drill down through the catalog by specific award, year, series, author, and more.

Hit up the link to take it for a spin. Have a favorite Sci-Fi book to share, listed at BestSFBooks or otherwise? Let’s hear about it in the comments.

BestSFBooks [via Boing Boing]

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  • Published 10/24/11

Comments (4)

  1. Rogue

    Need to add “In Her Name” by Michael R. Hicks. He is an incredible writer.

  2. Macr0p0d

    You have a Typo in there the award is called the “Hugo award”. Not the Huge award. But otherwise thanks for the list.

  3. Harry

    Huge award :)

    Any SF by Iain M Banks is a good bet.

  4. George

    Hate to show my age, but if it opens up a new read – so be it. Although know for his detectives series Travis McGee, John D. MacDonald wote some interesting sci-fi. My favorites are Wine of the Dreamers and Ballroom of the Skies. These are a take on the reason for all the ‘weirdmes’ in the world, and as we all know – IT’S NOT MY FAULT :-)

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