Science Fiction

What Should I Read?

In what order should you read a series? Read everything written by Sue Grafton or Malcolm Gladwell and would like to try a similar author? Books & Authors, available in Canton Public Library's databases, allows you to search by title and/or author, subject, keyword, time period, geographic location, or character. Follow the series links for additional titles, or take advantage of the Expert Picks & Librarian's Favorites for recommendations based on some of your favorite titles or topics.

Detroit Style Science Fiction

Anya Kalinczyk may spend her days as an arson investigator for the city of Detroit, but at night, she's a ghost hunter. She's not just any ghost hunter, however, but a Lantern, with the ability to consume ghosts and demons. If you're an urban science fiction fan, try these two books, with a dash of red hot demons in the motor city.

Embers by Laura Bickle

Sparks by Laura Bickle

Nebula Science Fiction Award Winners

Established in 1966 by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, this award recognizes excellence in science fiction or fantasy works published in the United States.

The windup girl by Paolo Bacigalupi

Powers by Ursula K. Le Guin

The Yiddish policemen's union : a novel by Michael Chabon

Seeker by Jack McDevitt

Camouflage by Joe Haldeman

Paladin of souls by Lois McMaster Bujold

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