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eBook Deals from Open Road Media: Literary Science Fiction Sale!

Open Road Media is having a sale through the month of February on some of their Literary Science Fiction titles.

Not all science fiction is green-skinned aliens and beefy heroes. Open Road Media celebrates its collection of literary science fiction–the kind that challenges every aspect of the genre, and challenges the reader to see the world in a new light. From dystopian societies to the halls of Hell itself, these novels embrace the true meaning of speculative fiction: to see ourselves through the looking glass.

Check out the juicy selection below.

  1. Sinai Tapestry (The Jerusalem Quartet Book 1) by Edward Whittemore (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. The Summer Isles by Ian R. MacLeod (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. This Perfect Day by Ira Levin (Pegasus Books)
  1. City of Truth by James Morrow (Open Road Media)
  1. Mindbridge by Joe Haldeman (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. The Whole Man by John Brunner (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. Tower of Glass by Robert Silverberg (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. Dhalgren by Samuel R. Delany (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. Mortality Bridge by Steven R. Boyett (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  1. More Than Human by Theodore Sturgeon (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)

About John DeNardo (13014 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

2 Comments on eBook Deals from Open Road Media: Literary Science Fiction Sale!

  1. Naturally they go on sale after I buy them!

    😉

    I would recommend (besides my obvious choices, e.g., Delany, Sturgeon) that folks try Whittemore. Especially if you like “almost realities” or “weird histories” (Tim Powers, as an example), I think you’d like Whittemore.

  2. >>Naturally they go on sale after I buy them!
    That’s how the rest of us know when to buy books. You are our signpost. 🙂

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