Saturday, April 13

Locus – SF Novel

2009 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2009 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2009 Locus - SF Novel WinnerAnathemNeal StephensonThe latest magnificent creation from the award-winning author of Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle trilogy. Erasmas, 'Raz', is a young avout living in the Concent, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers. Three times during history's...Amazon2009 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistCity at the End of TimeGreg BearAmazonEscapementJay LakeAmazonFloodStephen BaxterAmazonHalf a CrownJo WaltonAmazonHouse of SunsAlastair ReynoldsAmazonImplied SpacesWalter Jon WilliamsAmazonIncandescenceGreg EganAmazonMarsboundJoe HaldemanAmazonMatterIain M. BanksAmazonPirate SunKarl SchroederAmazonRolling ThunderJohn VarleyAmazonSaturn's ChildrenCharles StrossAmazonThe January DancerMichael FlynnAmazonThe Quiet WarPaul McAuleyAmazon
1999 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

1999 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

1999 Locus - SF Novel WinnerTo Say Nothing of the DogConnie WillisNed Henry is a time-travelling historian who specialises in the mid-20th century - currently engaged in researching the bombed-out Coventry Cathedral. He's also made so many drops into the past that he's suffering from a dangerously advanced case of 'time-...Amazon1999 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistChildren of GodMary Doria RussellAmazonCosmGregory BenfordAmazonDarwiniaRobert Charles WilsonAmazonDinosaur SummerGreg BearAmazonDistractionBruce SterlingAmazonKomarrLois McMaster BujoldAmazonMaximum LightNancy KressAmazonMoonseedStephen BaxterAmazonParable of the TalentsOctavia E. ButlerAmazonPorts of CallJack VanceAmazonSix Moon DanceSheri S. TepperAmazonStarfarersPoul AndersonAmazonThe Alien YearsRobert SilverbergAmazonThe Golden G...
2011 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2011 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2011 Locus - SF Novel WinnerBlackout/All ClearConnie WillisAward-winning author Connie Willis returns with a stunning, enormously entertaining novel of time travel, war, and the deeds - great and small - of ordinary people who shape history....Amazon2011 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistChillElizabeth BearAmazonCryoburnLois McMaster BujoldAmazonDirective 51John BarnesAmazonFeedMira GrantAmazonHull Zero ThreeGreg BearAmazonSleeplessCharlie HustonAmazonStarboundJoe HaldemanAmazonSurface DetailIain M. BanksAmazonTerminal WorldAlastair ReynoldsAmazonThe Dervish HouseIan McDonaldAmazonThe PassageJustin CroninAmazonYarnJon ArmstrongAmazonZendegiGreg EganAmazonZero HistoryWilliam GibsonAmazon
2012 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2012 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2012 Locus - SF Novel WinnerEmbassytownChina MiévilleWinner of the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, China Miéville's astonishing Embassytown is an intelligent and immersive exploration of language in an alien world. Embassytown: a city of contradictions on the outskirts of the universe. Avice is a...Amazon2012 Locus - SF Novel Shortlist23337Stephen KingAmazonDancing with BearsMichael SwanwickAmazonDeadlineMira GrantAmazonEarthboundJoe HaldemanAmazonFirebirdJack McDevittAmazonGrailElizabeth BearAmazonHeart of IronEkaterina SediaAmazonHome FiresGene WolfeAmazonLeviathan WakesJames S. A. CoreyAmazonRule 34Charles StrossAmazonThe Children of the SkyVernor VingeAmazonThe Clockwork RocketGreg EganAmazonThe IslandersChristopher PriestAmazonVortexRobert Charles WilsonAmazon
2013 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2013 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2013 Locus - SF Novel WinnerRedshirtsJohn ScalziEnsign Andrew Dahl has just been assigned to the Universal Union Capital Ship Intrepid, flagship of the Universal Union since the year 2456. It's a prestige posting, and Andrew is thrilled all the more to be assigned to the ship's Xenobiology laboratory. L...Amazon2013 Locus - SF Novel Shortlist2312Kim Stanley RobinsonAmazonAngelmakerNick HarkawayAmazonArctic RisingTobias S. BuckellAmazonBlue Remembered EarthAlastair ReynoldsAmazonBowl of HeavenGregory Benford & Larry NivenAmazonCaliban's WarJames S. A. CoreyAmazonCaptain Vorpatril's AllianceLois McMaster BujoldAmazonEmpty SpaceM. John HarrisonAmazonIntruderC. J. CherryhAmazonIntrusionKen MacLeodAmazonSlow ApocalypseJohn VarleyAmazonThe Fractal PrinceHannu RajaniemiAmazonThe Hydrogen SonataIa...
2014 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2014 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2014 Locus - SF Novel WinnerAbaddon's GateJames S. A. CoreyThe explosive third novel in James S.A. Corey's New York Times bestselling Expanse series. Now a major television series. For generations, the solar system -- Mars, the Moon, the Asteroid Belt -- was humanity's great frontier. Until now. The alien artifact...Amazon2014 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistBurning ParadiseRobert Charles WilsonAmazonFinches of MarsBrian AldissAmazonID: The Second Machine DynastyMadeline AshbyAmazonLexiconMax BarryAmazonMaddAddamMargaret AtwoodAmazonNeptune's BroodCharles StrossAmazonOn the Steel BreezeAlastair ReynoldsAmazonProtectorC. J. CherryhAmazonProximaStephen BaxterAmazonShamanKim Stanley RobinsonAmazonThe AdjacentChristopher PriestAmazonThe Arrows of TimeGreg EganAmazonThe Best of All Possible WorldsKar...
2015 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2015 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2015 Locus - SF Novel WinnerAncillary SwordAnn LeckieThe sequel to Ancillary Justice, the only novel to ever win the Hugo, Nebula, and Arthur C. Clarke Awards and the second book in Ann Leckie's New York Times bestselling series. Breq is a soldier who used to be a warship. Once a weapon of conquest controlli...Amazon2015 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistAfterpartyDaryl GregoryAmazonAnnihilation/Authority/AcceptanceJeff VanderMeerAmazonCibola BurnJames S. A. CoreyAmazonEchopraxiaPeter WattsAmazonLagoonNnedi OkoraforAmazonLock InJohn ScalziAmazonMy Real ChildrenJo WaltonAmazonShipstarGregory Benford & Larry NivenAmazonThe Bone ClocksDavid MitchellAmazonThe Causal AngelHannu RajaniemiAmazonThe PeripheralWilliam GibsonAmazonThe Three-Body ProblemCixin LiuAmazonWar DogsGreg BearAmazonWork Done for Hir...
2016 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2016 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2016 Locus - SF Novel WinnerAncillary MercyAnn LeckieA New York Times Bestselling AuthorA Hugo, Nebula and Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning AuthorThe Imperial Radch Series (Book 3)In the stunning conclusion to the trilogy that began with multiple award-winner Ancillary Justice, Breq refuses to flee with her sh...Amazon2016 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistA Borrowed ManGene WolfeAmazonAuroraKim Stanley RobinsonAmazonSevenevesNeal StephensonAmazonThe Water KnifePaolo BacigalupiAmazon
2017 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2017 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2017 Locus - SF Novel WinnerDeath's EndCixin LiuThe New York Times bestselling conclusion to a tour de force near-future adventure trilogy from China's bestselling and beloved science fiction writer. With The Three-Body Problem, English-speaking readers got their first chance to read China's most belove...Amazon2017 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistAfter AtlasEmma NewmanAmazonBabylon's AshesJames S. A. CoreyAmazonCentral StationLavie TidharAmazonCompany TownMadeline AshbyAmazonLast YearRobert Charles WilsonAmazonTake Back the SkyGreg BearAmazonThe Medusa ChroniclesStephen Baxter & Alastair ReynoldsAmazonThe Underground RailroadColson WhiteheadAmazonVisitorC. J. CherryhAmazon
2018 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2018 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2018 Locus - SF Novel WinnerThe Collapsing EmpireJohn ScalziScalzi continues to be almost insufferably good at his brand of fun but think-y sci-fi adventure." —Kirkus Reviews on The Collapsing Empire “Scalzi is one of the slickest writers that SF has ever produced.” —The Wall Street Journal ......Amazon2018 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistBorneJeff VanderMeerAmazonLuna: Wolf MoonIan McDonaldAmazonNew York 2140Kim Stanley RobinsonAmazonPersepolis RisingJames S. A. CoreyAmazonProvenanceAnn LeckieAmazonRaven StratagemYoon Ha LeeAmazonSeven SurrendersAda PalmerAmazonThe Stars Are LegionKameron HurleyAmazonWalkawayCory DoctorowAmazon