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Best Scifi Books with Weird Themes

Best Scifi Books with Weird Themes

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  • Louis
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    When it comes to the best Science fiction books we all are used to the standard cookie-cutter story-lines and sometimes even those awe-inspiring and truely amazing scifi stories out there, but what are some of the ones you have read that started off amazing, then kind of went off on a tangent with a weird theme but still ended up being really great reads?

    Ollie
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    One of the strangest and most unique novels I’ve come across as of late is “the Origami Man” by Benjamin Mumford-Zisk. It’s really creative, and it reads like a sci-fi superhero novel, although it really has some very unique components to it. In fact, we hope to have a review of it up in the next few weeks.

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