Top Ten Tuesday – Top 10 Techno-thrillers

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. This week’s list is a Freebie – whatever list you want! Because today is also the first ever National IT Professionals Day (and I just happen to BE an IT professional), I decided to use technology as the inspiration for my list. Here it is – my Top Ten Techno-thrillers. Some feature modern-day, “we’re-almost-there” technology, and a few are set farther into the future, but all are fast-moving, technology driven stories that I’ve enjoyed. Don’t forget to leave a link to your own post in the comments!

Click book covers to read the descriptions on Goodreads

10. Influx by Daniel Suarez

9. Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch
Tomorrow and Tomorrow

8. Prey by Michael Crichton

7. The Ice Limit by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
The Ice Limit

6. The Doomsday Key by James Rollins
The Doomsday Key (Sigma Force, #6)

5. Neuromancer by William Gibson
Neuromancer (Sprawl, #1)

4. Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson
Snow Crash

3. Utopia by Lincoln Child

2. Map of Bones by James Rollins
Map of Bones (Sigma Force, #2)

1. Deep Storm by Lincoln Child
Deep Storm

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Top 10 Techno-thrillers

  1. I’ve heard about techno-thrillers, but haven’t given them a lot of thought, but just by the titles and covers, they seem interesting! I know of Michael Crichton and I’ve seen Prey floating around, though can’t remember reviews.

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  2. I had heard so much hype about Snow Crash, but when I read it I didn’t love it as much as I had expected to, which was a little disappointing. But I have Neuromancer on my TBR list for this fall. I’ve been promised I’ll definitely enjoy that one, so we’ll see!

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