Thursday’s Top 4 – Favorite Sci-Fi Book Titles

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The creator of Thursday’s Top 4 is Ally @ Ally Writes Things.  Click here if you want to see future topics.

So the topic is Favorite Titles, which was originally for last Thursday but since I was on vacation during that week, I didn’t have the time to write this post up. So I decided to do this week!

I could have so many answers for this topic but I’m going to narrow it down as much as I can so I’m going to make this Favorite Sci-Fi Book Titles. 


The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin

It just sounds cool lol. Also the cover featured is the one I own which I got a flea market that had a whole entire area full of books. A LOT of vintage sci-fi.

The Word for World is Forest by Ursula K. Le Guin

Another Ursula title. She came up with so many great and fantastic titles. I adore how poetic this sounds.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick

This is the book that the movie Blade Runner is based off of. Never seen it or read this book, but the title has always fascinated me because it’s a pretty damn good question that I would love an answer to. Also I personally think it’s a way cooler title than Blade Runner.

Never Let Me Go by Kauzo Ishiguro

The only book I’ve read from here but I haven’t finished (YET). The title is pretty simple but it has a lot of meaning in the story.

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