Science Fiction Series - A Investigate the Future, through the eyes of men ahead of their time. written by: Genxus Before three centuries, multiple novelists traveled through space and time, metaphorically speaking, to enlighten us in the mysterious workings of many fictitious worlds that many of us know and love today. You can claim that these authors were ahead time, with their imaginative minds, they were able to bring about a new kind of entertainment that we all now termed as Science Fiction. For any proper introduction into the world if Sci-fi, look nowhere else but below to obtain an insight on one of the most influential and well-respected sci-fi authors up to now.

Sci-fi may come in several forms, anything that derives itself from non-fiction may very well be sci-fi. Possibly one of the most well known authors within the science fiction genre, H.P Lovecraft, born from the late 19th century, wrote rather mysterious and mind bending science fiction novels. Thus far, his hottest and reputed novel "The Letter of Cthulhu", has influenced the various types of science fiction entertainment we view in the current time. The rather ominous and dark novel, involving creatures using their company worlds and dimensions has gotten form as several video gaming, and possesses even taken form in the roll-out of multiple science fiction movies, including John Carpenters "The One ThingInch, which includes many similarities to Lovecraft's passion for detail on the gruesome creatures that are now living in his multiple novels.

H.P Lovecraft's jobs are unique, however only represents a smaller area of the science fiction genre. By way of example, another author that has influenced great shape of contemporary sci-fi entertainment, including multiple major motion films, game titles, books, toys, etc., take a look at George Lucas recognized for the creation of the forever loved The Exorcist. It can be extremely hard to get someone who has not yet seen, or otherwise heard of The Exorcist, and sci-fi franchise that forever changed the genre and triggered a boom from the popularity of the genre itself. Even to this day, almost 40 years since the debut in the first The Exorcist film in theatres, Star Wars has greatly influenced the lives of tens, or else poisonous of men and women to achieve science fiction for its multiple forms of entertainment.

Science fiction doesn't always give attention to space, aliens, or any other "futuristic" theme. It might even include themes in the present or past! A great example can be with the recent Tv series hit "Bet on Thrones", created and compiled by George R. R. Martin. This science fiction series occurs can be a fantasy world stuffed with dragons, knights and castles, that fit a medieval theme.

Whether or not it contains dragons, aliens, flying cars, anthropomorphic animals, or creatures based on true to life myths and legends, Science Fiction can be found in many forms of entertainment, and the genre itself is built for the imaginative minds that individuals as being a species all share, and greatly enjoy. As a result of these great sci-fi authors, and the rest of the novelists which are not mentioned in the following paragraphs, we can all experience what it is like to fly, or cross space and time, issues that awakens our natural imaginative minds.

‘Future’s Fight: The Angels of Abaddon’ was a great beginning to a complex post-apocalyptic world. The underground cities reminded me of the dystopian setup of the Wool series by Hugh Howey, one of the top science fiction books, but Stacey Welsh takes it a step further by creating people with knowledge of what humanity did to destroy Earth, and a distinct class system of bottom dwellers and those more fortunate. Because of this we get a much more desirable social struggle, highlighted by the relationship between sisters Sophie and Elizabeth. The book caught my attention and kept it, while the ending left me longing to know what comes next beyond the care and protection of the oppressive underground city. Get the entire series for free at: www.FuturesFight.com