10 Best Books About Aliens or Extraterrestrials
Aliens and extraterrestrial beings have always been a matter of wonder and fascination. How does it work? Is there even anything like a spaceship? How do they look like? Are they robots? Well, here is a list of the 10 best books about aliens and extraterrestrials to make you think a lot more.
10 Best Books About Aliens or Extraterrestrials:
- The War of the Worlds – H.G. Wells
- Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy – Jeff Vandermeer
- The Andromeda Strain – Michael Crichton
- Solaris – Stanislaw Lem
- Contact – Carl Sagan
- Beyond Area 51 – Mack Maloney
- The Lives of Tao – Wesley Chu
- The Alien Book – Nick Redfern
- Alien: Out of the Shadow – Tim Lebbon
- Aliens: Phalanx – Scott Sigler
The War of the Worlds – H.G. Wells
Martians lands in England and terror and panic spread across the population. The aliens arrive with their three-legged machines spreading heat rays and deadly gases along their way and the population should realize that this is the end of the human civilization and commencement of the Martian rule.
Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy – Jeff Vandermeer
Area X is a trilogy of Annihilation, Authority, and Acceptance. The name of the trilogy received its name from an undisclosed agency which is the focus of the plot. Area X – an isolated and abundant territory – has been disconnected from the rest of the continent for years. Nature has domesticated the last residues of the human empire. The first voyage came back with information of a pristine, Edenic landscape; all the associates of the second trip committed suicide, and the third ended in a sleet of gunfire as the trip members turned on to each other. This is now the twelfth.
The Andromeda Strain – Michael Crichton
The US government has been warned by the pre-eminent biophysicists in the nation: the present sterilization process used to return space probes is perhaps not good enough to assure uncontaminated re-entry to the environment. After two years. 17 satellites are launched into the outer edge of space to gather dust and organisms for study. One of them falls towards the earth, landing in a desolate area of Arizona – What happens after that will not let the readers move from the book unfinished!
Solaris – Stanislaw Lem
A classic of sci-fi genre by celebrated satirist and novelist Stanislaw Lem. When the central character Kris Kelvin reaches Solaris, the planet to study the oceans covering the surface of the planet, he finds a tragic memory in the physical likeness of a long-demised lover. But the conquest of knowing the ocean surface ends up with them questioning if they would ever be able to comprehend the universe without understanding the hearts within it.
Contact – Carl Sagan
What makes this book already astonishing is the writer itself who is one of the most renowned scientists of outer space. Sagan merged all the facts of his scientific knowledge into this science fiction. However, the movie and the book version are quite dissimilar.
Beyond Area 51 – Mack Maloney
In this book, Mack Maloney surveys the accuracy following the myths and legends covering some of the world’s most inexplicable locales. From the Homestead Air Force base, Miami, Florida to Kapustin Yar, Russia, Maloney examines unbelievable reports of outer space testing on animals, UFOs with road rage, and more.
The Lives of Tao – Wesley Chu
IT technician Roen after waking up started hearing strange voices in his head naturally concluded that he was losing it. But he was not. He presently has a passenger in his brain – an ancient life-form of alien named Tao, whose contest gone down on Earth – now tore into two contrasting groups – the calm loving Prophet – and the savage, Genjix. How is Roen going to end up as a secret agent and how does it going to help?
The Alien Book – Nick Redfern
In this thrilling book aliens lurk on earth – aliens of different forms some are deadly, dangerous and some are small, small like a virus or germ, and some are gigantic like biblical Goliath.
Alien: Out of the Shadow – Tim Lebbon
When a shuttle went down into the mining ship named Marion, the miners gets to know that there was a lot more present in the profound caverns other than limonite.
Aliens: Phalanx – Scott Sigler
Due to the enormous invasion of Xenomorphs, aliens as a pre-industrial society fighting against disappearance in the medieval carnage.
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