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Andy Weir Books in Order

Andy Weir Books in Order (The Martian, Artemis, Project Hail Mary)

  • Carole 

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Who is Andy Weir?

Andy Weir is an American novelist who studied computer science at UC San Diego, although he did not graduate. He then worked as a programmer for several software companies, including AOL, Palm, MobileIron and Blizzard, where he worked on the video game Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness.

Weir begun to write in his twenties and self-published first on his website for years. Following some readers request, he made his book The Martian available on Amazon Kindle, first sold for 99 cents before being approached by a literary agent. He sold the rights of the book to Crown Publishing Group and the book has since been adapted into a film of the same name directed by Ridley Scott in 2015.

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Matt Haig Books in Order

Matt Haig Books in Order (The Midnight Library, Father Christmas and Me…)

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Who is Matt Haig?

Born in 1975, Matt Haig is a British journalist and now full-time novelist who is writing both fiction and non-fiction for children and adults.

Matt Haig has also written non-fiction like his memoir Reasons to Stay Alive, but he is mostly known for his fiction novels like his Christmas series for children and his adult genre books like The Humans, The Midnight Library or The Radleys (some urban fantasy, sci-fi, and speculative works).

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N.K. Jemisin Books in order

N. K. Jemisin Books in Order (The Broken Earth, Inheritance, The Fifth Season)

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Who is N. K. Jemisin?

Nora Keita Jemisin is an is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. Despite writing since childhood, she considered it to be just a hobby until her early thirties and worked as a counseling psychologist. She is now a New York Times bestselling and Hugo Award-winning author, and a recipient of a 2020 MacArthur Fellowship.

Jemisin’s most frequent themes include resistance to oppression, the inseverability of the liminal, and the coolness of Stuff Blowing Up. She has been an advocate for the long tradition of science fiction and fantasy as political resistance, and previously championed genre as a New York Times Book reviewer. She lives in Brooklyn.

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Chaos Walking Books in Order

Chaos Walking Books in Order: How to read Patrick Ness’s series?

Soon to be a major picture film.

What is the Chaos Walking series about?

Young adult science fiction series written by American-British author Patrick Ness, Chaos Walking is set in a dystopian world where all living creatures can hear each other’s thoughts in a stream of images, words, and sounds called Noise.

More precisely, the series follows the adventures of two adolescents, Todd Hewitt and Viola Eade, as the planet around them erupts into war.

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Emberverse Books in Order

The Emberverse Books in Order: How to read S. M. Stirling’s series?

What if the laws of physics changed suddenly?

What is The Emberverse about?

Written by Canadian-American science fiction and fantasy author S. M. Stirling, The Emberverse is a series of post-apocalyptic alternate history novels that tells stories set after a mysterious worldwide event called “The Change” that occurs at 6:15 pm Pacific Standard Time, March 17, 1998.

The Change affects the course of history and the laws of physics. As a result, all the electricity, firearms, explosives, internal combustion engines, steam power and most forms of high-energy-density technology on Earth no longer work. It’s a new world and surviving it will be a challenge.

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Polity Books in Order

Polity Books in Order: How to read Neal Asher’s Order?

Some hard science-fiction with political elements.

What is the Polity Universe about?

Coming from English science fiction writer Neal Asher, The Polity Universe is a space opera series that is composed of multiple , mostly trilogies, and some standalone novels.

The worlds of the Polity stretch from Earth Central into the unfathomable reaches of the galactic void. And when humanity finally encounters alien life—in the form of massive, hostile carnivores known as the Prador—there can only be one outcome. Total warfare.

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Christopher Paolini Books in Order Eragon

Christopher Paolini Books in Order (Eragon, Inheritance, To Sleep in a Sea of Stars)

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Who is Christopher Paolini?

Born November 17, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, U.S, Christopher Paolini is an American author, best known for The Inheritance Cycle. Homeschooled by his parents, Christopher was fifteen when he wrote the first draft of Eragon, and the book  would become as the third-best-selling children’s hardback book of 2003, and the second-best-selling paperback of 2005. It has also been adapted as a feature film in 2006.

In 2011, the Guinness World Records recognized him as the “youngest author of a bestselling book series.”

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The City of Ember Books in Order

The City of Ember Books in Order: How to read Jeanne DuPrau’s series?

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A survival story for children.

What is The City of Ember series about?

Coming from American writer Jeanne DuPrau, The City of Ember series aka The Books of Ember is a post-apocalyptic story written for children.

This story takes place in the famous City of Ember. Built to sustain life for at least 200 years, this city may not be able to thrive any more. The young Lina Mayfleet, and her friend, Doon Harrow, may have found the clues that will lead them to the original builders of the City of Ember, and to safety in the outside world.

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