11 must-read sci-fi novels that would make perfect gifts

Long before sci-fi films and TV commanded our attention, sci-fi novels were king, and for many of us there's still nothing that compares to a thumping good genre novel. So for this installment in our series of holiday gift guides, we opted to highlight a dozen acclaimed sci-fi and fantasy books from the last year.


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20 insanely elaborate movie DVD sets that'd make great holiday gifts

Awesome Serenity replica + 24 other great gifts for Joss Whedon fans

28 perfect Doctor Who gifts that look just like the TARDIS

Amazing Enterprise replica + 15 more sci-fi gifts costing $10,000 and up

22 videogame gift your friends will love (but you may want to keep)

21 awesome Star Trek gifts that look like the Starship Enterprise

21 cute and cuddly sci-fi plush toys that would make great gifts

24 massive TV Blu-ray and DVD box sets for sci-fi completists

16 old-school sci-fi TV gifts: Twilight Zone, Space: 1999 and more!

20 great holiday gifts for your geek girlfriend

21 life-sized comic book props you can give as gifts

A life-sized Iron Throne + 27 more awesome Game of Thrones gifts

Awesome zat gun + 21 more gifts for your Stargate-loving friends

11 must-read sci-fi novels that would make perfect gifts

18 of the cleverest sci-fi shirts you can give as gifts

50 gifts from Middle-earth and beyond for the ultimate Tolkien fan

Superman underwear + 19 more great gifts for your geek boyfriend

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