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What are the best illustrated books on science fiction. A truly astonishing, illustrated history of science fiction, covering fantasy, and horror, with forays into crime, mystery and the gothic. First published in 1950, the martian chronicles was bradburys first major work. Illustrated book of science fiction ideas and dreams, david.
It weaves together world history with literary history and technical developments with sf trends, providing a cultural context to the zeitgeist of the genre. An illustrated history a continuum book rottensteiner, franz on. The book was heavily illustrated in the same style as john berkey and others of the era, with full page full colour illustrations sitting alongside story pages, and almost certainly involved illustrations. Categories currently include science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative young adult fictionwith separate awards for novels and short fictioncollections, anthologies, illustrative works or graphic. Used on the cover of best short novels 2004 published by the science fiction book club of bookspan. Hullmetal girls by emily skrutskie has an aro ace protagonist. In 2011 i completed a research project for a graduate class on sf. In this lavish picture book, readers accompany a boy on a trip to the moon. Wonderstruck by brian selznick, the invention of hugo cabret by brian selznick, thornhill by pam smy, i am princess. Freas work is unique in the humanity and emotion he was able to bring to the charactershuman. I read as many science fiction related picture books i could find. This book is considered one of the best soft scifi books, and shows the side of bradburys work that walks on the outside of science fiction.988 309 775 987 900 724 1439 1463 236 718 398 11 110 1456 989 776 592 895 91 1006 763 88 1341 667 1363 764 112 488 568 947 641