Veronica Roth, bestselling YA author of the Divergent series, shared her favorite sci-fi books with Entertainment Weekly. If you love sci-fi like the acclaimed author does, these books will be right up your alley.
Lightless by C.A. Higgins
Althea has taken up work on a military spacecraft: the Ananke. She does her best to fit in with the crew even though she has a deeper bond with the ship’s technical system. When terrorists gain access to the ship and threaten to destroy it, Althea finds the courage to step up to the villains to save the place she calls home.
All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders
In this novel, it’s magic versus technology as two opposing groups go to war with one another in San Francisco. When members of each group begin falling for their rivals, they’ll have to decide if the thought of power takes precedence over love.
The Binti Series by Nnedi Okorafor
Binti is the first in her community to receive a special acceptance to an elite program. Skeptical about leaving her home, Binti takes the position and quickly learns how to make friends, figures out who her enemies are, and learns how to fight for the things she wants from the experience. The Binti series details the crazy adventures of a brave young girl in the galaxy.
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