Ever since I was little, science fiction has been my go-to genre. I can get lost in it, there's something innately amazing about it, and I love the fact that it is such a heightened version of our own reality. I think that's why the X-Men movies always worked so well for me. They're just superhero enough to appeal to the masses, but they have these bits of sci-fi and normal life mixed in that make them resonate to everyone. So, naturally, I've gravitated to books that remind me of that, as well...
Blackout by Robison Wells. Linked by Imogen Howson. Unremembered by Jessica Brody. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld.
What sort of books would you suggest to fans of superhero novels, and why? Have you read any of these books and agree/disagree with my suggestions?
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