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Anything by Neil Gaiman - Stardust, Anansi Boys, Coraline, etc.
Anything by Orson Scott Card, but start with Ender's Game if you haven't read it yet.
Anything by Neil Shusterman - Unwind, Everlost
Anything by Scott Westerfeld, particularly the Uglies series (Uglies, Pretties, Specials, Extras) and the Midnighters series
Alison Goodman has a supposedly good sci-fi novel called Singing the Dogstar Blues, which I haven't read yet.
I hope this helps!
Caroline Stevermer. Delia Marshall Turner. Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles. James Tiptree's short stories. John Scalzi.
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Zahrah The Windseeker by Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu
Brown Girl In The Ring by Nalo Hopkinson
Skin Folks by Nalo Hopkinson (short stories)
Ice Song by Kirsten Kasai
Rogelia's House of Magic by Jamie Martinez Wood
Invisible Touch by Kelly Parra
Marvelous World #01 by Troy Cle
Magic or Madness Triology by Justine Larbalestier
47 by Walter Mosley
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin
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Some of Anne McCaffery's series (mostly the Crystal Singer trilogy and the Acorna series) are more science fiction than fantasy. Pretty interesting. Oh, also her Brainship series (The Ship That Sang, The Ship That Won, The City That Fought, etc.) are really, really good.