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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 fictionโ€“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)
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2 Comments on eBook Deals from Open Road Media: Literary Science Fiction Sale!

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

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    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. ๐Ÿ™‚

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