Looking for some Science Fiction book suggestions

This year of reading is moving at lighting speeds, fortunately, I have been hitting all my weekly goal like clockwork. This has made me come to the realization that my Science Fiction TBR pile will not be enough to read the 52 books in 52 weeks.

So I come here in search of some suggestions, given that Sci-Fi is not a genre that I’m that familiar with. My list right now has 26 total books, 6 that are on the read pile, 1 that is what I’m currently reading, and 19 that were already on my shelves or my digital library on my Kindle.

The list is as follows, the books in read letter are the one I have already read, the one with yellow is what I’m currently reading, and the rest is what is coming up next, in that particular.

  1. Saga Seven Suns Book 1: Hidden Empire (Kevin J. Anderson)
  2. Saga Seven Suns Book 2: A Forest of Stars (Kevin J. Anderson)
  3. Saga Seven Suns Book 3: Horizon Storms (Kevin J. Anderson)
  4. Saga Seven Suns Book 4: Scattered Suns (Kevin J. Anderson)
  5. Saga Seven Suns Book 5: Of Fire and Night (Kevin J. Anderson)
  6. Saga Seven Suns Book 6: Metal Swarm (Kevin J. Anderson)
  7. Saga Seven Suns Book 7: The Ashes of Worlds (Kevin J. Anderson)
  8. Exhalación (Ted Chiang)
  9. The Road to Dune (Frank Herbert)
  10. Dune: The Butlerian Jihad (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
  11. Dune: The Machine Crusade (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
  12. Dune: The Battle of Corin (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
  13. The Fifth Season (N.K. Jemisin)
  14. The Obelisk Gate (N.K. Jemisin)
  15. The Stone Sky (N.K. Jemisin)
  16. Hyperion Cantos (Dan Simmons)
  17. El juego de Ender (Orson Scott Card)
  18. La voz de los muertos (Orson Scott Card)
  19. Ender el xenocida (Orson Scott Card)
  20. Hijos de la mente (Orson Scott Card)
  21. La sombra de Ender (Orson Scott Card)
  22. La sombra de Hegemon (Orson Scott Card)
  23. Marionetas de la sombra (Orson Scott Card)
  24. La sombra del gigante (Orson Scott Card)
  25. Sombras en fuga (Orson Scott Card)
  26. Journey to the center of the Earth (Jules Verne)

There it is, I know that my reading material can last me until December, but the anxious part of me sees that only half the required material is available, so it kicks into overdrive.

Any suggestion is greatly appreciated, you can leave it the comments.

Off to read.


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