An old favorite thought i'd give it a try on audible The Left Hand Of Darkness Ursula K. Le Guin.
my favourite author, lost count how many times I’ve done the revelation space trilogy it’s practically an annual thing for me now!I'm listening to the second in the Revelation Space series by Alastair Reynolds. Absolutely fantastic. At at 27 hours long, the commute these last few weeks has flown by!
Finished the second one last night - straight onto Absolution Gap this morning! Simply brilliant.my favourite author, lost count how many times I’ve done the revelation space trilogy it’s practically an annual thing for me now!
Let me know when you are done as can highly recommend most of his catalogue but some more than others
I've already got a few of those lined up now - cheers.From Reynolds then first chasm city as it gives background to what you have been reading
then follow it up with the prefect (think it’s been renamed aurora rising) which actually takes place prior to chasm city and revelation space but is better when read after those for me. There is a sequel to that too called Elysium fire
all of those are set in the revelation space universe so will feel familiar
outside of that pushing ice is a fantastic stand alone story as is house of suns
to be honest it’s worth doing everything he has written over time but the above would be the best for me