Hugo Award (Best Novel) Winner (2020s)

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Welcome to the 2020s—a decade that's already shaping up to be a fascinating era for science fiction and fantasy. This reading challenge invites you to explore the Hugo Award winners of the 2020s, a decade that's just getting started but has already given us intriguing works from authors like N.K. Jemisin, Susanna Clarke, and Martha Wells. From the haunting "The City We Became" to the whimsical "Piranesi," the 2020s promise a wide range of speculative fiction:

  • A Memory Called Empire (2020) by Arkady Martine: Political intrigue in a sprawling space empire.
  • Network Effect (2021) by Martha Wells: Murderbot's back, and it's got a full-length adventure.

Special Note
: This challenge will be updated annually to include the latest Hugo Award winners, so keep an eye out for new additions!

Whether you're into sprawling space operas, intimate character studies, or anything in between, the 2020s are sure to offer something for every speculative fiction fan. Dive in now and stay tuned for future updates.

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