Sci-Fi is one fascinating genre which needs a stable hand to make the story funny, interesting and exciting. Some of the sci-fi books prove this genre to be hilarious. Sometimes, it’s the insane world that makes you laugh and the other time, it’s the bantering of the characters.

So, here are some of the sci-fi books that hilarious and you are going to totally love these for that.

1. Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston

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This is a story of a seventeen-year-old girl Ana who was found with a sentient android, D09, drifting through space. A fearsome captain and the crew saved her and she now calls them her family. D09 has been glitching and Ana is desperately looking for ways to fix it. Her dedication and motive have led her to steal some of the important coordinates of a lost ship which could answer all the questions.

2. The Obsoletes by Simeon Mills

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This is a story of twin brothers Darryl and Kanga who are trying to make it through their high school, hiding their secret which would lead them to serious dangers.

3. Year Zero by Rob Reid

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This is a story of Nick Carter who misinterprets an alien encounter with a prank until the redheaded mullah and a curvaceous nun show up at his office, telling him that the entire cosmos has been hooked on humanity’s music ever since Year Zero.

4. The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

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One morning Ruby woke up, all changed. She became dangerous enough that her parents to lock her to the garage and call the police. She survives a life-threatening disease that most of the American children die of.

5. Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith

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This is a story of a sixteen-year-old guy who combines his the story of Polish legacy with the story of the end of humanity and the rise of the unstoppable army, which he portrayed with his best friend.

6. The Eyre Affair

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While the entire world is busy listening to opinions of Baconians and observing riots between Surrealists and Impressionists, the third most wanted person in the world, Acheron Hades steals the original manuscript of Martin Chuzzlewit and kills its minor character. The main target of Hades is the beloved Jane Eyre and it’s not long before he takes her out from the pages of Bronte’s novel.

These are the six sci-fi books that you are going to totally love. Share with us your favourite science fiction book in the comment section below.

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