[Sci Fi Month] Sci-fi bingo!


Leanne over at Literary Excursion came up with a fantastic sci-fi bingo challenge as part of sci-fi month.  I’ll be leaving mine open as a long-term challenge, since I’d really like to read more sci-fi but definitely couldn’t manage the whole board in one month!  You can see my progress so far below, and I’ll be updating it regularly as I read more.

sci fi bingo progress

B1: A book with alternate realities
B2: A sci-fi book mixed with horror
B3: A debut sci-fi novel
B4: A book with awesome technology
B5: A book set on another planet

I1: A book that’s a space western
I2: A book with robots/AI
I3: A book with mind-based super powers
I4: A book with clones
I5: A book with aliens

N1: A book involving a warEnder’s Game
N2: A book involving dreams
N3: FREE!
N4: A book with mutations
N5: A book with time travel

G1: A book set underneath the earth
G2: A book set in the future
G3: A book with a dystopian setting
G4: A book with cyborgs
G5: A book set in an alternate past

O1: A book with a non-human MC
O2: A book with spaceships
O3: A book with laser weapons
O4: A book set in post-apocalypse
O5: A book with genetic engineering

For now, I’m not setting any of my reading choices in stone but here are some of my starting ideas, based on the sci-fi on my TBR list.

Reading List
Ender’s Game – Orson Scott Card
Speaker for the Dead
– Orson Scott Card
Xenocide – Orson Scott Card
Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
Breathe – Sarah Crossan
Stranger in a strange land – Robert A Heinlein
Red Mars – Kim Stanley Robinson
Sundiver – David Brin
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? – Philip K. Dick
Under the Never Sky – Veronica Rossi

4 thoughts on “[Sci Fi Month] Sci-fi bingo!

  1. Yay, thanks for joining in the challenge! I’m glad so many people are keeping it open beyond November. That’s what I like about these Bingo cards, I think… they can last all different lengths of time and it just depends on how you read! Plus anything with little to no pressure is way more fun in my opinion. 😉

    I have Ready Player One on my sci-fi TBR as well and I’m looking forward to digging in to it. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was my first introduction to PKD’s writing style, and now he’s probably my favorite sci-fi author! I hope you enjoy all the books on your list. 🙂

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