The Financial Times is not a publication that many people think of when it comes to books. But they do cover books and are consistent. That is why we will be looking at the best sci-fi books of 2023 according to the Financial Times.
Sci-fi novels easily go under the radar. While sci-fi novels are popular, they are overlooked often. When you say sci-fi novel, images pop up in people’s minds, making them have an opinion even before you mention the novel and what it is about.
Unless you follow sci-fi novels, many of the books on this list will be foreign to you. That doesn’t mean that they aren’t worth reading. This is a great to overcome the neglect that the genre often receives.
Often times, the sci-fi genre is combined with fantasy novels. They have a lot of similar elements and it makes sense. But I prefer they get their own section and get the love that they deserve. You can see the full list below!
The Best Sci-Fi Books of 2023
- Relentless Melt by Jeremy P Bushnell
- The Hidden Legion by Snorri Kristjansson
- The Death I Gave Him by Em X Liu
- Luda by Grant Morrison
- Him by Geoff Ryman
These are the best sci-fi books of 2023 according to the Financial Times. How many of them have you read or plan to read? What did you think of the Financial Times’ selections? Let us know in the comments below!