Select the department you want to search in
Amazon Global Store
Amazon Warehouse Deals
Apps & Games
Car & Motorbike
CDs & Vinyl
Computers & Accessories
DIY & Tools
DVD & Blu-ray
Electronics & Photo
Garden & Outdoors
Health & Personal Care
Home & Kitchen
Industrial & Scientific
Musical Instruments & DJ
PC & Video Games
Shoes & Bags
Sports & Outdoors
Stationery & Office Supplies
Toys & Games
Hello. Sign in
Last Minute Christmas Deals
Gift Cards & Top Up
Subscribe & Save
Amazon Pickup Locations
Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more
Prime members enjoy fast & free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits.
There's a problem loading this menu at the moment.
Learn more about Amazon Prime.
Some sci-fi/fantasy Fave's
Altered Carbon (GOLLANCZ S.F.)
"Kovacs kicks ass! Hardcore sci-fi. Very violent (some say too violent). Joel Silver bought the film rights to this book and its gonna be huge (huger)! Read it now."
Broken Angels (GOLLANCZ S.F.)
"Ok, not finished this book yet (2/3 through) but so far I have not been disappointed."
Necroscope (Necroscope, Book 1)
"The next time you're in Waterstone's find this book, open up the first page and read the definitions and prologue. You will be hooked."
Wamphyri! (Necroscope, Book 2)
"Excellent sequel. Curse those Ferenczy's!"
The Source (Necroscope, Book 3)
"Same Harry - Whole new dimension."
Deadspeak (Necroscope, Book 4): Deadspeak No. 4
"The end of the vampiric Ferenczy dynasty? I enjoyed this just as I enjoyed the others; Immensely. Read it."
Deadspawn (Necroscope, Book 5)
"I loved Harry's struggle to do the right thing and being torn between his conscience and the demon inside him. 5 stars."
The Reality Dysfunction: 1/3 (Night's Dawn Trilogy)
"This book is something else. The sheer scale of the thing is unbelievable."
The Neutronium Alchemist: 2/3 (Night's Dawn Trilogy)
"Probably the best book of the trilogy. The story is heeeeuuge. In terms of adventure its so detailed and lashivly written like no other. And it just keeps on going. And going.... Immense."
The Naked God (Night's Dawn Trilogy)
"Slightly let down, but not enough to stop me reading it three times. Best near future space fiction series that I've ever read."
A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire)
"Quality. THIS IS THE BENCHMARK! This and the other books in series far outshine Tolkien. Far (far) more adult than LOTR. I should actually be comparing him to Martin."
The Lord of The Rings (Based on the 50th Anniversary Single volume edition 2004)
"First books I ever read. Second best fantasy series ever, behind George RR Martin"
"Written by a Brit in Yank vernacular; you can tell straight away that this book was written and setup to attract a Hollywood audience. Still a rollickin ride though. Physics student will love this."
The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever: "Lord Foul's Bane", "Illearth War" and "Power That Preserves"
"I love the Unbeliever! Thomas Covenant (the anti-hero) is a breathe of fresh air. Stephen Donaldson is up there with the best of them. If you want a different sort of fantasy read then buy this."
Assassin's Quest (The Farseer Trilogy - Book 3): 3/3
"Robin Hobb is wonderful writer and Fitz is the most resilient character; let alone hero, that I've ever read about. This is the first of six (Farseer) novels and all are worth anyone's time."
Fool's Fate (The Tawny Man Trilogy, Book 3)
"The last of the six Farseer novels and last of theTawny Man trilogy; this book was a joy to read and I almost cryed a smidgen as well."
Waylander (A Drenai Novel)
"I enjoyed this book. Waylander is very cool. Great if your into dark and mysterious killers dressed in black."
"Sci-fi old skool. The book is almost 30 years old, but if you dont judge it by modern standards you'll be impressed."
Voyager Classics - I, Robot
"My dad gave this book a few years ago, and when I saw that it was published in 1950 I almost put it down. However Asimov's vision was something to behold. Masterpiece."
The Sword of Shannara Trilogy
"Warning!! Rip off; plagiarized; uninventive (well apart from the names). Anyone who likes this book hasn't read LOTR. All Brooks has done is replaced the nouns with his own."
Back to top
Get to Know Us
UK Modern Slavery Statement
Make Money with Us
Sell on Amazon
Sell on Amazon Business
Fulfilment by Amazon
Advertise Your Products
Independently Publish with Us
Become an Amazon Vendor
Amazon Payment Methods
Amazon Platinum Mastercard
Amazon Money Store
Amazon Currency Converter
Payment Methods Help
Shop with Points
Top Up Your Account
Let Us Help You
Track Packages or View Orders
Delivery Rates & Policies
Returns & Replacements
Manage Your Content and Devices
Amazon Mobile App
Amazon Web Services
Books With Free
Kindle Direct Publishing
Indie Digital Publishing
on Everyday Essentials
A Happy Place
To Shop For Toys
Shop Online in
the Middle East
Whole Foods Market
We Believe in
Conditions of Use & Sale
Cookies & Internet Advertising
© 1996-2017, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates