Hugo Award: Best Novel
Description: Started in 1953, the Hugo Award for best novel is presented annually to a science fiction or fantasy title that is chosen by the World Science Fiction Society.
(2000) Two groups fight each other to forge a trade agreement with a new alien civilization, but treachery threatens all involved.
(2011) In this sequel to Blackout, three time-travelling historians must survive World War 2 while their supervisor attempts to get them back to the year 2060.
(2003) When Shadow is released from prison early, he begins a road-trip with the ancient god Odin who is preparing to battle the technological gods of today.
(2012) Morwenna Phelps moves to England to start a new life and find others like herself that practice magic, but her deadly past follows her there.
Three time-travelling historians visit the 1940s, only to realize that their presence might adversely affect the outcome of the second World War.
(1997) In this third installment of Robinsonâs Mars trilogy, the red planet can now support human life, and Earth is on the brink of global disaster.
(1993) A time-travelling trip to medieval Oxford strands young historian Kivrin Engle, where she must survive the Black Death and find a way home.
(1994) In this second book of Robinsonâs Mars trilogy, plans to terraform Mars are thwarted by a group determined to keep the planet in its desert state.
(2001) This fourth book in the popular series follows Harry as he attends wizard school at Hogwarts and participates in the International Quidditch Cup.
(2003) In a parallel universe, Neanderthal physicist Ponter Boddit inadvertently crosses the barrier into our world, only to become locked up as a scientific subject himself.
(2005) In nineteenth century England, two magicians join forces to help England win the war against France, but the lure of the dark arts tempts them.
(1995) When Miles Vorkosiganâs cloned brother gets into trouble, Miles tries to help him but ends up getting into more trouble himself.
(2005) This sequel follows the adventures of Ista Dy Baocia as she defends her home, Chalion, against attacks by demons from hell.
(2007) The real and the virtual are blended in this novel about the disappearing effects of old age and the governmentâs plan to use these new youths.
(2006) After Earth is surrounded by a time-manipulating barrier, scientists must find a way to sustain life before the Sun dies and the planet is destroyed.
(2010) Two detectives from neighboring rival cities must work together to investigate a murder that appears to be connected to a nationalist movement.
(2009) Nobody Owens, a living boy who resides in a graveyard with his nonliving family, must figure out why a dangerous man is trying to kill him.
In this futuristic book, food is scarce and bio-engineering runs rampant. Calories are the new currency and bio-terrorism the tool for getting them.