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Behold the enigmatic world of Kalgash, blessed with the radiance of 5 eternal suns, forever shrouded in an eternal day, until a momentous revelation unfolds. As a tenacious archeologist unearths clues to an ominous cycle of calamities, a brilliant astronomer uncovers a peculiar alignment of the celestial orbs. And what ominous fate awaits as the anticipated Night descends upon this land?

Isaac Asimov

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

In a post-apocalyptic future, a bounty hunter named Rick Deckard is tasked with tracking down rogue androids who are nearly indistinguishable from humans. Through his interactions with these androids, Deckard questions the nature of humanity and the ethics of creating artificial life.

Philip K. Dick

The Gods Themselves

Isaac Asimov's "The Gods Themselves" is a complex, thought-provoking, and highly imaginative science fiction novel. The story is divided into three parts, each taking place in a different universe and exploring different themes such as science, human nature, and morality. The book's unique plot and captivating characters make it a must-read for fans of the genre.

Isaac Asimov


Foundation by Isaac Asimov is a classic science fiction novel that lays out the groundwork for the entire Foundation series and the rest of the space opera. The story is well-paced, and the plot is intricate, with strong themes of politics, power, and societal change. It is a must-read for fans of the genre and a great introduction to Asimov's writing.

Isaac Asimov

Rendezvous With Rama

Rendezvous with Rama is an impressive, thought-provoking science fiction novel that takes you on a thrilling journey to explore an enigmatic alien spacecraft, Rama, that enters our solar system. Arthur C. Clarke's writing style is engaging, and the concept is both original and compelling, making it a must-read for science fiction enthusiasts.

Arthur C. Clarke

Life 3.0

"Life 3.0" by Max Tegmark is a compelling and thought-provoking book that delves into the potential implications of artificial intelligence for humanity. Tegmark provides a clear and accessible overview of the current state of AI technology and the ethical considerations that must be taken into account to ensure a positive future for humanity.

Max Tegmark

A Brief History of Time

This is a book that explores the mysteries of the universe, discussing the Big Bang theory, black holes, the nature of time, and the possibility of an ultimate theory that could explain everything. It's a fascinating, concise introduction to complex ideas that have shaped our understanding of the cosmos.

Stephan Hawking

The Grand Design

"The Grand Design" by Stephen Hawking proposes that the universe was created by the laws of physics and gravity, rather than a divine being. The book covers topics such as the history of scientific theory, quantum mechanics, and the concept of a multiverse. It also discusses the possibility of a unified theory of physics.

Stephan Hawking


It is a fascinating exploration of the concept of higher dimensions and how they could potentially be used to revolutionize our understanding of the universe. It delves into topics like string theory and quantum mechanics to show how the universe may be composed of hidden dimensions that could help us unlock the mysteries of the cosmos.

Michio Kaku

Childhood's End

In "Childhood's End," alien Overlords come to Earth and transform human society, leading to a utopian era. But as humanity reaches a new age of enlightenment, they begin to question their mysterious benefactors' true intentions, leading to a thrilling and thought-provoking exploration of human evolution and the meaning of existence.

Arthur C Clarke

The Caves of Steels

Considered as the first book of Robot series "The Caves of Steel" is a sci-fi mystery novel by Isaac Asimov, where detective Elijah Baley is tasked with solving the murder of a Spacer, a member of an advanced off-world society. Baley, who dislikes robots, must work alongside a humanoid robot partner, R. Daneel Olivaw, to solve the case, while also uncovering a bigger conspiracy.

Isaac Asimov

Naked Sun

In this Book 2 of The Robot series Isaac Asimov takes readers on a thrilling sci-fi mystery adventure to Solaria, a planet of incredibly advanced humans. The book features a detective tasked with investigating a murder that seems impossible, given the planet's "naked sun" environment and the lack of physical contact among its people.

Isaac Asimov

Second Foundation

This is the third book in the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov. The story follows the search for the elusive Second Foundation, a group of people with telepathic abilities who are believed to be manipulating the events of the galaxy. The novel features intricate plots and a cleverly constructed mystery that keeps the reader engaged until the very end.

Isaac Asimov

Complete Stories - Vol 1

"Short Stories Collection Volume 1" by Isaac Asimov is a collection of some of his best short stories from the 1940s and 1950s. The stories range from science fiction to mystery and showcase Asimov's talent for imaginative storytelling and his ability to explore complex ideas in a concise and entertaining way.

Isaac Asimov

2001 : A Space Odyssey

2001 : A Space Odyssey was originally written as a script for a Stanley Kubrick movie and is a classic science fiction novel. It is one of the finest work of Arthur C. Clarke. Book explores the impact of a mysterious metallic monolith on a civilization's past, present, and future for millions of years to come, leaving the reader to ponder who created this enigmatic object.

Arthur C Clarke

Elder Race

In a world where humanity ventures out into the galaxy, the potential for evolution and regression looms. As we encounter biological machines, we're forced to question their role in both our salvation and potential demise. This intricately imagined setting is brought to life with a captivating plot, leaving us breathless in anticipation.

Adrian Tchaikovsky