Top 10 Unknown Science Fiction written by Literary Authors

10.  Patchwork Girl by Shelley Jackson: An electronic literature of the nineteenth century by Shelley Jackson, it is a Gothic tale of a modern monster. The author creates her words in the story in such a way that takes the readers to the imaginary world of digital collage. Somehow this story has some irony; it reveals the monster that is within us and it tells us not to be ashamed of our scars.

9. In Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan: It is a novel by Richard Brautigan, published in the year 1968 that speaks about intentional community ideas were different colored sun creates different colored watermelons every day. There are talking tigers which can even sing; kill and eat people.

8. Fiskadoro by Denis Johnson: Denis Johnson is also known for his stories of illusions and dreams of drug addicts who have been rejected by the society. His second novel took an awful turn in the history of fiction in strange, hallucinatory vision with his beautiful poetic form.

7. Ratner’s Star by Don DeLillo: This science fiction novel shows how a talented child mathematician ‘Billy’ is enlisted by some weird scientists for communicating with the creatures of outer space. This novel has two parts.

6. Hard-boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, Haruki Murakami: It is a magical realistic story by Haruki Murakami published in 1991. Here the story has been split between the parallel mashups of different resources. It is a crime novel as well as Science fiction with an artistic and literary style of fantasy in it and showcases great work of literature by the writer.

5. Cosmicomics and t zero by Italo Calvino: It is a book of short imaginative stories published in the year 1965. It describes an unclassifiable incident in the history of the universe giving a special attention to the cosmos, moons, planets and other universal particles. Italo Calvino received the National Book Award the series.

4. Inter Ice Age 4 by Kobo Abe: Inter Ice Age 4 is a novel by a Japanese author in which he tells a complex set of story that Japan in near-future is threatened by melting ice caps. The government thus creates children that are genetically modified for the coming underwater age. These unborn children are adapted for sea life and are mutated water-breathers.

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3. One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses by Lucy Corin: It is a series of hundred short stories by an American novelist Lucy Corin that will be published in August 2013. This is her second collection of stories.

2. Orlando by Virginia Woolf: Virginia Woolf was believed to be a great supporter of modernism through her novels. The character in her novel Orlando has a gender switching imagination in her story which was even impossible to think when the book was published in 1928.

1. Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle by Vladimir Nabokov: It is a chronicle love story within the family relatives with epics and fairy tale. This novel was published in the year 1969. Vladimir was a famous novelist born in Russia.

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