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eBook Deal: THE BEST OF KIM STANLEY ROBINSON is only $1.99!

Right now, you can get The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson for just 199 pennies on the Kindle, Nook, iTunes and Google platforms.

Here’s the book description:

Kim Stanley Robinson has been an ongoing force in the Science Fiction genre for over twenty years, with his novels (Year’s of Rice and Salt, Forty Signs of Rain) crossing over to the mainstream, and routinely appearing on the New York Times best sellers list. During the 80s and early nineties, his short fiction continued to push the boundaries of science fiction, defining the science-focused side of the science fiction genre.

Award-winning editor Jonathan Strahan worked with Kim Stanley Robinson to select the stories that make up this landmark volume. In addition to these reprints, The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson features a brand-new short story, “The Timpanist of the Berlin Philharmonic, 1942.”

Grab it while you can!

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7 Comments on eBook Deal: THE BEST OF KIM STANLEY ROBINSON is only $1.99!

  1. Richard Grant // April 23, 2015 at 4:21 pm //

    As much as I appreciate getting your site’s heads-up and this ebook deal which I just took advantage of, what is the deal with some Kindle editions of Night Shade anthologies not including a table of contents (let alone one in the front or one with working links to each story’s first page). It’s a good deal but leaving out the print edition’s table of contents makes no sense.

  2. Richard Grant // April 23, 2015 at 4:30 pm //

    Correcting my error: the ebook that I referred to is a collection of short fiction by a single author rather than an anthology of short fiction by multiple authors. But for both ebook collections and ebook anthologies, it makes no sense to not include a table of contents.

    • Agreed. From what I hear, eBook production is not trivial — it’s easy to make mistakes or omit something like this. Even so, I would expect a TOC. Maybe drop them a line and let them know? If they update the book, it can usually be pushed out to readers.

  3. The google play linky is directed to the apple store (i.e. same as itunes link).

  4. I love Kim Stanley Robinson’s, “Red Mars” series! I cannot wait to see the series they are making. I just hope they stay with the story as he wrote it.

  5. Paul Kepper // May 19, 2015 at 7:28 pm //

    I get my ebooks from I never have a problem with them. I wonder if they have any of Robinson’s books, would be awesome if they did, I love them!

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