Charlie Jane Anders is a well-known American author and blogger. She has written many novels, published magazines, and hosted podcasts. In 2005, she was awarded Lambda Literary Award in the transgender category, and four years later, she got the Emperor Norton award. And she became a mainstream novelist with her 2011 novelette Six Months, which got the 2012 Hugo. If you want to learn why her books are so loved, you must check out her works.
All the Birds in the Sky
All the Birds in the Sky is the first novel by Anders by Charlie Jane Anders. The story revolves around the childhood friend Patricia Delfine and a mad scientist Laurence Armstead who got separated in mysterious circumstances. But again, after years, they meet in San Fransisco, where Laurence is an engineer and Patricia works with a group of magicians to repair some weird ailment growing on the planet. But some force brings them together, and they embark on a journey together to save the world.
The City in the Middle of the Night
Humanity’s future depends on January, a colonized planet that is divided into the darkness that is frozen on one side and blazing sunlight on the other. In the story, we will encounter a student Sophie who is exiled into the dark for being a part of a revolution.
If you are a sucker for adventure, then get ready to experience the dangerous secrets that Sophie and her friends will uncover.
Victories Greater than death
If you love intergalactic war, you would love Victories Greater than death. The story revolves around a teenager, Tina, an interplanetary rescue beacon keeper. One day her powers will activate, and she will pursue her dream of saving the earth. But her destiny is not what she expected when the bacon gets activated. So, let’s see how Tine will save the world and herself from the cruel destiny.
Six months, three days
In this novelette, the two protagonists, Doug, can see the future, and Judy can see various possibilities for the future. But what will happen when this two fall in love, knowing that it will last only six months and three days?
As good as New
It is a story of three wishes set in an apocalyptical world.
Never say you can’t survive: How to get through hard times by making up stories
Things can be very scary, and you may feel hopeless. But we are not helpless as we have minds and imagination. The book is filled with memoirs, personal anecdotes, and insights that will help us remind that there is a possibility even in unprecedented times.
Dream bigger than heart breaks
A sequel to Victor’s Greater than death, this book is also set in an intergalactic war. In the first part, alien clown Tina and her friends survive the clutches of evil but not without any consequence. But they will fight and become what they are destined to become, even if they have to travel into the heart of evil. So, go through the creative works of Anders and explore a new dimension of fantasy.