Top 10 science fiction & fantasy books

The Providence Of Fire  by Brian Staveley
The Providence Of Fire by Brian Staveley

Here’s our weekly chart from Lancashire libraries. All the books included are available from your local library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/lancashire/ to reserve a copy.

The World Of Ice And Fire – George R R Martin, Elio M. Garcia Jr and Linda Antonsson

Accompanying guide to the epic Game Of Thrones series is packed full of new information.

The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman

Irene is a professional spy for a mysterious library which collects fiction from different realities.

A Vision Of Fire – Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin

Actress Gillian Anderson’s debut novel is dominated by strange visions experienced by children around the world.

The Providence Of Fire – Brian Staveley

Having found her father’s assassin, Adare must find allies in her struggle to unite Annur.

The Mime Order – Samantha Shannon

The follow-up to The Bone Season has Paige Mahoney on the run from the prison camp, Sheol I.

Golden Son – Pierce Brown

In the middle volume of the Red Rising Trilogy, Darrow is firmly embedded in the Gold society.

The Hobbit – J.R.R. Tolkien

With the final part of Peter Jackson’s epic film version of The Hobbitstill showing at the cinema, there’s a renewed interest in the classic story of Bilbo Baggins.

The Galaxy Game – Karen Lord

Rafi Delaru escapes to the planet Punartam to be trained with the elite.

Smiler’s Fair – Rebecca Levene

Smiler’s Fair is a moving carnival that will change your life.

Firefight – Brandon Sanderson

Book two in the Reckoners series sees David on a dark and dangerous quest.