Enduring Favorites Make Apple’s Sci-Fi Best Sellers List

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The 1966 Corridors of Time by Poul Anderson hits the #1 spot on Apple’s sci-fi ebook best sellers list this Memorial Day weekend. After coming off the incredible time-travel novel Recursion from Blake Crouch, I’m looking for another book in the same vein to grab my attention. The description of The Corridors of Time has me fairly jazzed up:

The corridors of time connect the ages to each other. Through them, one can travel backwards and forwards over the history of man. But rival factions have waged war for centuries: the gates onto time are bitterly fought for and jealously guarded.

📊Explore the full rankings of science fiction best sellers from the weekend in our interactive graphic where you can change the view and get deeper insights.

Several authors had multiple books, with John Scalzi having a whopping six best sellers.

John Scalzi

  • THE LAST EMPEROX
  • THE COLLAPSING EMPIRE
  • THE CONSUMING FIRE
  • OLD MAN’S WAR
  • THE GHOST BRIGADES
  • THE LAST COLONY

James S. A. Corey

  • THE BUTCHER OF ANDERSON STATION
  • LEVIATHAN WAKES
  • THE CHURN

Pippa DaCosta

  • TRUST
  • ESCAPE
  • TRAPPED

Becky Chambers        

  • LONG WAY TO A SMALL, ANGRY PLANET
  • RECORD OF A SPACEBORN FEW

Cixin Liu & Ken Liu     

  • THE THREE-BODY PROBLEM
  • DEATH’S END