4 March 2009
Posted by Ryan Anderson
Random House is making a bunch of science fiction and fantasy books available to download – for free! I just downloaded Kim Stanley Robinson’s “Red Mars”! Enjoy!
Fun Stuff, Science Fiction
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This reminds me of the time I read about three of the “Barsoom” books by Edgar Rice Burroughs online at one sitting — I guess they were out of copyright. They might be good candidates for “trashiest novels ever” but it was kind of fun.
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