Hugo Award (Best Novel) Winner (2010s)

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Ah, the 2010s—a decade of memes, streaming services, and some seriously groundbreaking science fiction and fantasy. This reading challenge invites you to explore the Hugo Award winners of the 2010s, a decade that brought us works from authors like N.K. Jemisin, Ann Leckie, and Liu Cixin. From the social complexities of "The Fifth Season" to the intricate first contact scenario in "The Three-Body Problem," the 2010s were a smorgasbord of speculative fiction.

  • The Windup Girl (2010): Biopunk in future Thailand.
  • Blackout/All Clear (2011): Time-traveling historians in WWII.
  • Among Others (2012): Magic, books, and adolescence.
  • Redshirts (2013): The fate of expendable crew members.
  • Ancillary Justice (2014): A vengeful spaceship AI.
  • The Three-Body Problem (2015): First contact, but complicated.
   🌟 The Fifth Season (2016): A world on the brink.
   🌟 The Obelisk Gate (2017): Apocalypse, take two.
   🌟 The Stone Sky (2018): The epic conclusion.
  • A Memory Called Empire (2019): Space empire and political intrigue.

Special Mention
: N.K. Jemisin made history by winning back-to-back-to-back Hugo Awards for her "Broken Earth" trilogy, a first in the award's history.

Whether you're into mind-bending concepts, intricate world-building, or character-driven narratives, the 2010s have got something for you. So why not take a trip back to the last decade and see what you might have missed?

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