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45 Free and Cheap SF/F eBooks for Your Reading Enjoyment

We loves us some good eBook deals! Thanks again to Dan Geiser for the heads-up on this handful of eBook deals by top-name authors that you can grab right now for less than 5 bucks — many of them free!

[Note: All of these titles are priced under $5 at the time of writing this post, but prices are subject to change, so check the price before clicking “buy”. If Amazon is not your eBook ecosystem, please do look up the titles wherever you buy your eBooks — I spent enough time putting this together :)]

  1. Octoberland (The Dominions of Irth) by A. A. Attanasio (A. A. Attanasio)
  2. The End of the Matter (Pip and Flinx) by Alan Dean Foster (Del Rey)
  3. Midworld by Alan Dean Foster (Open Road)

  1. Time Traders by Andre Norton (Baen Books)
  2. Star Soldiers by Andre Norton (Baen Books)
  3. Seed by Ania Ahlborn (47North)
  1. Acorna by Anne McCaffrey & Margaret Ball (HarperCollins e-books)
  2. Brothers in Arms (Scott St. Andrew) by Ben Weaver (HarperCollins e-books)
  3. The Empire of Time by Crawford Kilian (iUniverse)
  1. With the Lightnings (Lt. Leary) by David Drake (Baen Books)
  2. The Tank Lords by David Drake (Baen Books)
  3. Seas of Venus by David Drake (Baen Books)
  1. Redliners by David Drake (Baen Books)
  2. The Sea Hag by David Drake (Baen Books)
  3. Northworld Trilogy by David Drake (Baen Books)
  1. Alternate Gerrolds: An Assortment of Fictitious Lives by David Gerrold (BenBella Books)
  2. The Voyage of the Star Wolf by David Gerrold (BenBella Books)
  3. The Flying Sorcerers by David Gerrold & Larry Niven (BenBella Books)
  1. Oath of Swords (War God) by David Weber (Baen Books)
  2. On Basilisk Station (Honor Harrington) by David Weber (Baen Books)
  3. Cages: A Short Story by Ed Gorman (Cemetery Dance Publications)
  1. The Philosophical Strangler (Joe’s World) by Eric Flint (Baen Books)
  2. In the Heart of Darkness (Belisarius Saga) by Eric Flint & David Drake (Baen Books)
  3. Deathworld (Wildside Edition) by Harry Harrison (Wildside Press)
  1. Ambasadora (Book 1 of Ambasadora) by Heidi Ruby Miller (Union City Publishing)
  2. The Creatures of Man by Howard L. Myers (Baen Books)
  3. The Winds of Time and Other Stories by James H. Schmitz (Wildside Press)
  1. Truth Machine by James Halperin (Ballantine Books)
  2. Neptune Crossing (The Chaos Chronicles) by Jeffrey A. Carver (Starstream Publications)
  3. The Course of Empire by K. D. Wentworth & Eric Flint (Baen Books)
  1. Dusk Before the Dawn by Larry Ketchersid (JoSara MeDia)
  2. The Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold (HarperCollins e-books)
  3. Feed by M. T. Anderson (Candlewick)
  1. Spiral Hunt (Evie Scelan) by Margaret Ronald (HarperCollins e-books)
  2. Exiles of Time by Nelson S. Bond (PageTurner)
  3. THE COVENANT: THE CLASSIC SF ROUND-ROBIN by Poul Anderson & Isaac Asimov & Robert Sheckley & Murray Leinster & Robert Bloch (PageTurner)
  1. The Silver Ring by Robert Swartwood (RMS Press)
  2. The Warslayer by Rosemary Edghill (Baen Books)
  3. Birds by Sheila Finch ()
  1. Infinity: Chronicles of Nick by Sherrilyn Kenyon (St. Martin’s Griffin)
  2. Dreamer: A Novel Of the Silent Empire by Steven Harper (Penguin/Putnam/NAL)
  3. Rough Beasts and Other Mutations by Thomas F. Monteleone (5 Star)
  1. A Desert Called Peace (Carrera) by Tom Kratman (Baen Books)
  2. Caliphate by Tom Kratman (Baen Books)
  3. The Annihilation of Foreverland by Tony Bertauski (Bertauski)
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John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

4 Comments on 45 Free and Cheap SF/F eBooks for Your Reading Enjoyment

  1. The Norton’s would be worth picking up if they had a cost attached, but free is a deal that cannot be passed up.

    Also excited to see On Basilisk Station there for free. I read it for the first time in December and enjoyed it very much. Made me wish that ST: Voyager would have given us a Captain more in Honor’s vein.

  2. If you like Alan Dean Foster, the Icerigger Trilogy is under $8.00. That would be three books for under $8.00 for those of you who can’t figure the math.


  3. Oo, thanks for these! I found a few of the books that I really like I. Here! Including feed, ambassadors, and the annhilation of forever, though I haven’t looked through all of the, that look interesting to me. However, I won’t buy books for over a dollar when I can get them at the library.

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