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This week was a tough topic because it's a freebie and I had no idea. I finally chose to go with SF locales that I enjoyed. I've kinda confined this to stuff I've read more or less in the last year. So here are my Top Ten favorite SF locales I've read about recently.
The Wayfarer- who wouldn't want to be a crew member on this ship? Just the meals alone- with that view!
Union Station- about the coolest space station I've read about. Run by a benevolent AI and full of creatures of all possibilities this is a fun series- and super cheap.
The planet Triton is a water planet and this was probably the best water planet story I've read. I thought I was there on a storm tossed world and the indigenous species and their way of communicating was ingenious.
Coruscant- the capital of the Republic and a city- planet.
Several worlds are explored in this one but a favorite of mine is Azeroth, the forest world with a vast grassland and a great worldgate.
Sissix's homeworld. Here's how it is described- Theth dominated the desert sky, hanging close enough for her to imagine that she could reach out and brush its rings with her fingertips. Without the haze of city lights, shimmering colors shone down unhindered- the glow of neighboring moons, the murky purple gauze of the galactic cloud, and all in between , nothing but stars, stars, stars. Hashkath is a moon but has moons of its own, and it orbits a ringed planet.
Jump station Heimdall.