Did you know that the average number of books each person reads over the course of a year is 12? But if you are a bibliophile or, what we commonly hear as, bookworm, 12 isn’t even enough for a week. Novels have been a part of human history. Although early forms of the novel are to be found in a number of places, e.g., classical Rome, the European novel is often said to have started with Don Quixote in 1605. A novel is a long, fictional narrative which describes intimate human experiences, normally in prose, and typically published as a book. Genre is most popularly known as a category of literature, music, or other forms of art or entertainment, whether it is written or spoken, audio or visual, or based on some set of stylistic criteria. Also, genres can be aesthetic, rhetorical, communicative, or functional. The romance, one of the most portrayed genres throughout human history, is usually a closely related long prose narrative. A romance novel or a romantic novel places their primary focus on the romantic love and relationship between two people, and must have an emotionally satisfying and optimistic ending. There are many subgenres of the romance novel; one of those is the science fiction subgenre.
Here, we will be talking about the top 5 adult science fiction romance novels of this year. If you are looking for a best seller sci-fi romance novel, you should try to check the online store www.Amazon.com. There, they have a list of their most popular products based on sales. Not to mention this is updated hourly. First on their list is New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nalini Singh’s ‘Silver Silence’. Set in an extraordinary psy-challenging world, the story includes family, wild passion, and betrayal. It is definitely a worthy addition to a must-read series. Next is the ‘Barbarian’s Rescue: A SciFi Alien Romance (Ice Planet Barbarians Book 15) by Ruby Dixon. The story is set in a fictional ice planet where rogue slavers have landed and captured a tribe except for two who are totally opposite from each other. And as they venture to save their tribe, the protagonist is in doubt whether this will bring them closer together or drive them completely apart. Third on their list is Michael C. Grumley’s ‘Breakthrough’ which tells the story considered as one of the greatest achievements in human history. The story includes a secret which supposedly should’ve kept hidden and a crisis that is inevitable. A lot of reviewers recommend this book as ‘it was impossible to put down’. Fourth is ‘The Gender Game’ by Bella Forrest. This story is relatively similar to ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Divergent’. It tells about a faraway land divided by a toxic river; women rule the east while men control the west. What will happen if two individuals of different sex fall in a forbidden love? Interesting, isn’t it? Lastly, ‘The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1) by A.G. Riddle. This novel tells about the human origins. The science in the novel explores human evolution and the great unsolved mysteries in our past. It’s also about a group of characters struggling to figure out who they are. Each is trying to come to grips with tragedy in their past and learn what truly happened. Reviewers of this novel highly recommend this book due to its unexpected plot twists.