The following list shows the SF/F/H books which sold more than 100,000 copies in 2011. They are taken from the following Web page. http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/new-titles/adult-announcements/article/51181-lower-unit-sales-fewer-titles.html Only two are SF (Micro & Reamde). And those are what I call Hardly SF. They take one tiny step into the future - if that. The world is the same as ours, and extrapolates one advance in technology. The first in microbiology, the second in computers. Though I suppose you could argue that Stephen King's book is SF. But the time portal has no explanation, not even a hint of one. 11/23/1963. Stephen King. Scribner (11/08). 919,524. A Dance with Dragons. George R.R. Martin. Bantam (7/12). 750,000. Micro. Michael Crichton. Harper (11/22). 537,835. Dead Reckoning. Charlaine Harris. Ace (5/3). 500,000. 77 Shadow Street. Dean Koontz. Random House (275,000). The Night Circus. Erin Morgenstern. Doubleday (218,000). State of Wonder. Ann Patchett. Harper (214,664). Ghost Story. Jim Butcher. Roc (190,420). A Discovery of Witches. Deborah Harkness. Viking.( 175,000+) The Wise Man’s Fear. Patrick Rothfuss. DAW (144,122). Shadow Fever. Karen Marie Moning. Delacorte (141,101). Out of Oz. Gregory Maguire. Morrow (140,149). Retribution. Sherrilyn Kenyon. St. Martin’s (137,542). Hit List. Laurell K. Hamilton. Berkley.( 125,000+) Pale Demon. Kim Harrison. Morrow (115,252). Dark Predator. Christine Feehan. Berkley. (100,000+) The Omen Machine. Terry Goodkind. Tor (108,809). Reamde. Neal Stephenson. Morrow (100,047).