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UTC Library Offers 5 Of The Best Science Fiction Books From 2017

Take a step through the looking glass where you’ll encounter a beetle who can erase your memory, or possibly find yourself living in an underground colony on Earth’s moon where men can’t vote! All of this and more can be found in one of best Science Fiction books of 2017. Here are a few that you can check out from the UTC Library:

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Dead on Arrival by Matt Richtel

From the New York Times best-selling author Matt Richtel, a novel about a deadly virus that threatens the existence of mankind.Click here to get it from the UTC Library.
Harper Collins

From the New York Times best-selling author Matt Richtel, a novel about a deadly virus that threatens the existence of mankind.

Click here to get it from the UTC Library.

New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson

New York Times bestselling author Kim Stanley Robinson, writes a new vision of a future New York City submerged in water where residents have adapted and created a vibrant metropolis. Streets became canals, every skyscraper an island. Told through the experiences of the varied inhabitants of one building. Click here to get it from the UTC Library.
Amazon

New York Times bestselling author Kim Stanley Robinson, writes a new vision of a future New York City submerged in water where residents have adapted and created a vibrant metropolis. Streets became canals, every skyscraper an island. Told through the experiences of the varied inhabitants of one building.

Click here to get it from the UTC Library.

The Book of Joan by Lidia Yuknavitch

One of Elle Magazine’s 25 most anticipated books by women in 2017. Yuknavitch writes of a post apocalyptic world In the near future, world wars have transformed the earth into a battleground. Fleeing the unending violence and the planet's now-radioactive surface, humans have regrouped to a mysterious platform known as CIEL, hovering over their erstwhile home.Click here to get it from the UTC Library.
Portland Mercury

One of Elle Magazine’s 25 most anticipated books by women in 2017. Yuknavitch writes of a post apocalyptic world In the near future, world wars have transformed the earth into a battleground. Fleeing the unending violence and the planet's now-radioactive surface, humans have regrouped to a mysterious platform known as CIEL, hovering over their erstwhile home.

Click here to get it from the UTC Library.

Autonomous by Annalee Newitz

Earth, 2144. Jack is an anti-patent scientist turned drug pirate, traversing the world in a submarine as a pharmaceutical Robin Hood, fabricating cheap scrips for poor people who can’t otherwise afford them. But her latest drug hack has left a trail of lethal overdoses as people become addicted to their work.Click here to get it from the UTC Library.
Goodreads

Earth, 2144. Jack is an anti-patent scientist turned drug pirate, traversing the world in a submarine as a pharmaceutical Robin Hood, fabricating cheap scrips for poor people who can’t otherwise afford them. But her latest drug hack has left a trail of lethal overdoses as people become addicted to their work.

Click here to get it from the UTC Library.

The Moon and the Other by John Kessel

John Kessel, one of the most visionary writers in the field, has created a rich matriarchal utopia, set in the near future on the moon, a society that is flawed by love and sex, and on the brink of a destructive civil war. In the middle of the twenty-second century, over three million people live in underground cities below the moon's surface. One city-state, the Society of Cousins, is matriarchy, where men are supported in any career choice, and can have all the sex they want, but no right to vote--and tensions are beginning to flare as outside political intrigues increase.Click here to get it from the UTC Library.
Amazon

John Kessel, one of the most visionary writers in the field, has created a rich matriarchal utopia, set in the near future on the moon, a society that is flawed by love and sex, and on the brink of a destructive civil war. In the middle of the twenty-second century, over three million people live in underground cities below the moon's surface. One city-state, the Society of Cousins, is matriarchy, where men are supported in any career choice, and can have all the sex they want, but no right to vote--and tensions are beginning to flare as outside political intrigues increase.

Click here to get it from the UTC Library.

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