I mean, we're almost a month into 2018, but better late than never. The big thing about 2017 is that it was very much a year of science fiction. The year before last, I read only nine, but managed to raise that to fifteen the following year. More than that, SF made up fully half of the books I read in 2017, so I'm pretty well pleased with that. Let's have a look at them all:
1. Old Man's War - John Scalzi.
A re-read. Scalzi is one of my favorite SF writers and Old Man's War one of my favorite books.
2. The Ghost Brigades - Scalzi.
Yet another re-read. I was a bit meh on it the first time through, but I enjoyed it more on the second read.
3. Night Train to Rigel - Timothy Zahn.
The first Zahn book I've ever read to completion, I've had Night Train to Rigel for a long time and made several attempts in the past to read it. 2017 was the year, though, and I wish I had read it sooner. I'm going to try and read the rest of the series this year.
4. The Last Colony - John Scalzi.
Unlike the other two, this was not a re-read. I really liked how the book ended because I did not expect it at all. Going to try and read the last two books this year.