Category: Sci Fi Books

Stranger Views loves science fiction books. And fantasy books too, if we’re honest. We write all sorts of articles and book reviews on Stranger Views, but most of them fall into these categories:

Classic Science Fiction Novel Reviews
These are more than simple reviews. These are critical looks at books we deem to be classic science fiction. In these articles, we discuss the book and its relevance to the world today. If this sound’s like someone justifying their English degree, while indulging their love of science fiction, it’s probably because it is.

Independent Book Reviews
The growth of independent publishing is one of the best aspects of living in the 21st Century. Never have we had so access to such an array of awesome science fiction books. The hard part is finding one you’ll love among all of the books out there. So why not follow our recommendations to find your next book to read?

  • Demolished Man Quotes

    The Demolished Man was was the first Hugo Award Winner and, while it hasn’t aged perfectly, it’s still worth a read. The primary themes of the novel are the role of Nietzsche’s Uberman in society and the truth that lies behind the mask of humanity. With that in mind, we picked the quotes from the […]

  • A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M Miller

    A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Walter M Miller. Released in 1960 to mixed reviews, it is now rightly considered a classic work of science fiction. A Canticle for Leibowitz – Summary A Canticle For Leibowitz opens after a nuclear war has devastated the planet. Human society is undergoing a […]

  • Everything you need to know about Hiro Protagonist

    Hiro Protagonist is the leading man of insane cyberpunk classic Snow Crash, by Neal Stephenson. If you’re on this page, it’s safe to assume you’ve read Snow Crash, and you’d like to learn a little bit more about the character. He has the coolest name in literature Only Neal Stephenson would have the chutzpah to […]

  • The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet – Book Review

    The Long Way To a Small Angry Planet, by Becky Chambers, is more than just a book with a cool title. It’s a great novel for anybody who loves clever space operas that are fun to read. This novel revels in the majesty and joy of space travel. Unlike its grim cousins, like The Expanse […]

  • Seven Interesting Quotes from The Diamond Age

    The Diamond Age, by Neal Stephenson, is one of the most complex cyberpunk novels you can read. Stephenson delves into theories about pedagogy and artificial intelligence, to name but two. Below are ten quotes from the novel to give us insight into those themes. There are also some of the best science fiction quotes we’ve read. […]

  • All Systems Red by Martha Wells

    All Systems Red, by Martha Wells, is the opening novella of the Murderbot series.  All Systems Red Summary The novel has a familiar science fiction set up. A research party is stuck on a remote planet with a dangerous android when things start to go wrong. The twist in All Systems Red is that it’s narrated […]

  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep – Quotes

    The novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep burnt itself into the heart of millions of science fiction fans. It’s one of the key cyberpunk novels and is often cited as one of the top science fiction novels of all time. The work is filled with some of the greatest lines in science fiction, words […]

  • Our Favourite Good Omens Quotes

    The news that Good Omens is going to be adapted into a tv show got us reminiscing about how much we enjoyed the novel and about how just how delicious it was reading phrases spun by Gaiman and Pratchett. With that in mind, we thought we’d collect some of our quotes from the novel and […]

  • the book cover Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep

    Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep – Review & Analysis

    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is perhaps Philip K Dick’s most famous work. It’s also one of his darkest. The novel is an examination of human morality, empathy and our perception of what makes us ‘real’ or somehow ‘special’. It’s fair to say that Dick does not believe that humanity scores well in any […]