Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi classic ponders big ideas as Hari Seldon, mastermind founder of psychohistory, steers civilization through the chaos of a creaking empire.
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A review double feature of Gary Paulsen’s survivalist series for young readers.
Arthur C. Clarke’s visionary tale of the distant future shines a light on humanity’s relationship with technology as a guarded society rediscovers its place in the universe.
A master of storytelling delivers a high-strung thriller just compelling enough to dispel disbelief.
A two-shot pulse of comedy and horror, The Drive-In is a goretastic romp through B-movie stardom.
Fred Hoyle’s sci-fi debut continues to transport readers to places science cannot yet take us.
Andy Weir invites us into a world where bottomless ingenuity, basic NASA provisions and copious amounts of duct tape are all you need to survive a death sentence on Mars.
A generation-spanning dystopian vision of government overreach, from one of the greatest writers the English language has ever known.
That moment you realize how sharply the film deviates from the source material.
International intrigue is on the loose again in this fast-paced novel set in the lead-up to World War I.
John Steinbeck breaks through to glory in his dramatic portrayal of migrant life following the Dust Bowl-aggravated Great Depression.
It may have taken me longer than most to read this literary classic, but it was well worth the wait.