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A lot of SFF is full of high stakes and wild adventures. Read these moody, speculative novels if you're more in the mood for ennui.
Younger fans, pick up these read-alikes, including The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang.
These dark YA books examine that reckoning with the darkness within society, others, and ourselves that we experience in our teen years, including Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake.
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While a great deal of sci-fi involves gloom, doom and cynicism about humanity’s fate, there are bright spots of optimism. Meet solarpunk, including titles like Emergency Skin by N. K. Jemisin.
One reader muses on why she clings to her sometimes troublesome physical TBR stacks and physical books, unwieldy as they may be.
Seeking the strange and unusual? Look to these structurally unconventional speculative fiction novels that diverge from the familiar, including The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins.
If you, like this reader, find truly dark stories as cathartic as they are compelling, check out some of the darkest 2021 SFF books, including A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson.
A reader freshly disturbed by the untimely death of a beloved character offers advice on killing a character the correct way.