Wool

Hugh Howey

For once science fiction that happens under ground instead of outer space. A pretty good book that focuses more on people and less on technology, almost to a fault. Absolutely earns the right to be in the top hundred science fiction books ever written.

Ready Player One

Ernest Cline

If you want to relive the 80s read this book. It even has virtual reality.

Cryptonomicon

Neal Stephenson

Very few people can convey the human essence of WWII through a handful of fictional characters like Neal Stephenson.

Planet Of Adventure

Jack Vance

One of the best Sci-Fi adventure books you will ever read. Thoroughly immersive and enjoyable. Why isn't this book a movie yet?

Wolverine Origin

Paul Jenkins

Given Wolverine's mysterious past, I had really high expectations for his origins story. This awesomely illustrated series exceeded my expectations.