New Science Fiction Books To Read | July 2021

New Science Fiction Books To Read | July 2021

Are you looking to dive into a dystopian adventure or a space opera, or somewhere in between? You’re in luck because we’ve made a new list of must-read science fiction novels! Don’t miss the latest releases from E.A. Chance, John Coon, A.K. DuBoff, James Fox, Lucinda Roy, Becky Chambers, and Matt Bell. Enjoy your new sci-fi books!

Hope Ignites

by E.A. Chance

Release Date: June 17, 2021

The Third Book in the Shattered Sunlight Series from E.A. Chance…Two years after a Coronal Mass Ejection struck Earth, Dr. Riley Poole struggles to keep herself together as she continues the search for her missing daughter, Julia. When Riley gets news that Julia is alive in an internment camp, she abandons her unit and races to Julia’s rescue. Riley runs into more trouble than she can handle, but with help she regains hope of rescuing Julia.

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In Darkness Dwells

by James Fox & A.K. DuBoff

Release Date: June 11, 2021

A new novel in the Cadicle Universe from USA Today Bestselling Author A.K. DuBoff and Award-winning Author James Fox…Danger lurks in the dark. Time is running out for salvage captain Hailey Suro. Desperate for a decent payday, she leads her small crew into a restricted zone. Several strange incidents soon spell disaster for everyone on the Andvari. Stranded and without hope of rescue, striking it rich no longer matters. It’s a fight for survival.

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Dark Metamorphosis

by John Coon

Release Date: July 13, 2021

Book 2 of the Alien People Chronicles from Bestselling Author John Coon…A brutal abduction. A merciless interstellar plot. Can Calandra and Xttra fight deceit and assassins to reveal the dreadful truth? If you like dogged heroes, deep-state plots, and ruthless enemies, then you’ll love John Coon’s latest thrill ride.

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The Freedom Race

by Lucinda Roy

Release Date: July 13, 2021

Lucinda Roy’s explosive first foray into speculative fiction is a poignant blend of subjugation, resistance, and hope…In the aftermath of a cataclysmic civil war known as the Sequel, ideological divisions among the states have hardened. In the Homestead Territories, an alliance of plantation-inspired holdings, Black labor is imported from the Cradle, and Biracial “Muleseeds” are bred. Raised in captivity on Planting 437, kitchen-seed Jellybean “Ji-ji” Lottermule knows there is only one way to escape. She must enter the annual Freedom Race as a runner. Ji-ji and her friends must exhume a survival story rooted in the collective memory of a kidnapped people and conjure the voices of the dead to light their way home.

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A Psalm for the Wild-Built

by Becky Chambers

Release Date: July 13, 2021

Hugo Award-winner Becky Chambers’s delightful new Monk & Robot series gives us hope for the future…It’s been centuries since the robots of Panga gained self-awareness and laid down their tools; centuries since they wandered, en masse, into the wilderness, never to be seen again; centuries since they faded into myth and urban legend. One day, the life of a tea monk is upended by the arrival of a robot, there to honor the old promise of checking in. The robot cannot go back until the question of “what do people need?” is answered. But the answer to that question depends on who you ask, and how. They’re going to need to ask it a lot.

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Appleseed

by Matt Bell

Release Date: July 13, 2021

Named A Best Book of Summer by The New York Times, USA Today, Esquire, and more…Hugely ambitious in scope and theme, Appleseed is the breakout novel from a writer “as self-assured as he is audacious” (NPR) who “may well have invented the pulse-pounding novel of ideas” (Jess Walter). Part speculative epic, part tech thriller, part reinvented fairy tale, Appleseed is an unforgettable meditation on climate change; corporate, civic, and familial responsibility; manifest destiny; and the myths and legends that sustain us all.

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