Amazon’s best selling science fiction and fantasy books
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All the twists and turns which take place in the new world that science fiction and fantasy books create can get you enthralled within the first few pages. Most of the best selling books of our time come under these genres, including Harry Potter, Twilight, and the bestselling book of all time: The Lord of The Rings.
If you thought these kinds of books were supposed to be left in your childhood, you’re missing out on a whole genre of incredible reads that are perfectly suited to adults. Switch from “just one more episode” to “just one more chapter” with one of the 10 best selling science fiction and fantasy books below.
Bestselling science fiction and fantasy books on Amazon (Image: Amazon)
The Eye Of The World: Book 1 of the Wheel of Time,Klara and the Sun (Image: Amazon)
Soon to be adapted to a series on Amazon Prime, you’ll want to read this quickly so you can earn the right to say “oh, the book was better” when the TV show premieres.
The first book in a hugely influential fantasy series, The Wheel of Time creates a whole new world where time passes, leaving behind memories that become legends, which eventually fade to myths which are then forgotten – before the clock turns and these events from the past return again.
When a village is attacked by terrifying creatures, the townspeople are forced to flee for their lives. An ancient evil has come back to life, and it’s servants are searching the land for the hero who can deliver the world from darkness.
A New York Times bestseller that has been written by a winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, this book weaves a story of Klara, an Artificial Friend with incredible observational abilities who waits in the store hoping that a customer will soon choose her.
The book is captivating and chilling, exploring the age-old question of what does it really mean to love?
Winner of the Costa Book Award last year, this book is set in a tiny Caribbean village on the island of Black Conch at the start of the rainy season. As a fisherman sings to himself while he’s waiting for a catch, he gets more than he bargains for when a mermaid is entranced by David and his song.
The love story that ensues is heart warming, captivating, and truly magical.
A fairy tale that will be beloved by people of all ages, this story is set at the dawn of the Victorian era and follows the story of Tristan Thorn who will do anything to win the heart of the beautiful Victoria Forrester.
When he vows to bring her a star they see fall from the night sky he goes on an adventure that brings him into a world that is strangely dangerous yet full of possibilities.
If there’s anyone we can trust to write a gripping fantasy story, it’s Stephen King.
Following 12-year-old Jack Sawyer as he braves a surreal parallel world in order to save him and his dying mother, we’re reminded of the importance of love, resilience and loyalty and how it will drive us to do pretty much anything.