Each week we will be naming an "eBook
of the Week" at Fictionwise--and sometimes we will highlight a series
of eBooks. Our selections will be discounted until the following
Monday at 10 a.m. ET USA.
May 20th eBooks of the Week:
Michael A. Burstein's Broken Symmetry Series--15% off
Mysterious explosions have been reported near the Superconducting Supercollider main ring ... but the failed project was shut down more than ten years ago.
Add this eBook to your cart, then apply this coupon code at the
bottom of the Cart page: BRKSYM53 ... Good until May 27th
at 10am ET USA.
May 13th eBooks of the Week:
Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare
Design: A Tragedy of Transcendence--15% off
The 12,000-world Republic of Man sends successful author and notorious
thrillseeker Xavier William Lennox to an alien planet on an undercover
mission. Disguised as one of the xenophobic natives, Lennox attempts
to persuade their leader to grant mining rights to the valuable
minerals that lay buried in their vast deserts. When Lennox is rescued
... tortured and barely alive ... the Republic offers him another
chance at the job, but with a new body surgically altered to exactly
match the hideous natives.
Add this eBook to your cart, then apply this coupon code at the
bottom of the Cart page: MIRACLE52 ... Good until May 20th
at 10am ET USA.
April 29th eBooks of the Week:
Bud Sparhawk's Sam Boone Series--15%
Join the intrepid Mr. Boone as he spans the galaxy to resolve disputes,
settle conflicts, bring peace to the galactic hegemony, and keep
the Court's deadly agent from paying a visit or otherwise becoming
April 22nd eBook of the Week:
Robert Silverberg's The Man in the
This is one of Robert Silverberg's highest rated eBooks at Fictionwise.
Learn more about this brilliant first contact novel.
April 15th eBooks of the Week:
John Norman's GOR series--15%
Tarl Cabot has always believed himself to be a citizen of earth.
He has no inkling that his destiny is far greater than the small
planet he has inhabited for the first twenty-odd years of his life.
One frosty winter night in the New England woods, he finds himself
transported to the planet of Gor, also known as Counter-Earth, where
everything is dramatically different from anything he has ever experienced.
Discover why John Norman's Gor Series has developed a huge international
April 1 eBook of the Week:
Robert Silverberg's Gilgamesh in
the Outback--15% off
In Satan's Kingdom, an unhappy Gilgamesh hunts the demonic beasts
of Hell alone, without his lifelong friend Enkidu, for they have
parted ways following a disagreement. He joins Robert Howard and
H.P. Lovecraft, travelling ambassadors for King Henry VIII, to subvert
a plot by Queen Elizabeth, who plans to build a fortress at Hell's
Exit. (First Publish Date: 1986) Hugo Award Winner,
Nebula Award® Nominee
March 25 eBook of the Week:
Damon Knight's To Serve Man and Other
Damon Knight Stories Bundle--15% off
This bundle contains the most popular Damon Knight stories currently
offered by Fictionwise, including "To Serve Man," which was made
into an episode of "The Twilight Zone," "Life Edit," one of Knight's
more recent works, and others.
March 11th eBook of the Week:
Robert A. Heinlein's Red Planet--15%
Young Mars colonist Jim Harlowe leaves his home in South Colony
to attend a school at the Martian equator, and brings along his
round, furry Martian friend Willis. When the friendly creature is
captured and held hostage by the militaristic headmaster, Jim and
his buddy Frank mount a rescue operation to save Willis--and stumble
upon a terrible secret that threatens the survival of the Red Planet
March 4th eBook of the Week:
Robert Silverberg's The Second Trip--15%
Manhattan 2012: Nat Hamlin's brilliant career as an artist came
to an end the day he went insane and embarked on a murderous rampage
... his sentence: Total Personality Replacement. Lissa loved Nat
for his passion, now she loves him again--but as Paul Macy--for
his warmth and kindness. Now each personality wants her help in
battling the other, for with her Power, the man she chooses can
kill the other. Lissa is terrified. She has to send one of her loves
to his destruction. If she chooses the wrong man, the horror will
February 25th eBooks of the Week:
Mike Resnick's Oracle Trilogy--15%
Mike Resnick's Oracle Trilogy follows the remarkable life of Penelope
Bailey, who has the ability of "precognition"--a talent that gives
her enormous power but also causes her life-long heartache. Follow
Resnick's wonderful characters (Mouse, the Iceman, The Forever Kid,
and many more) as they travel the galaxy in these popular sweeping
February 18th eBooks of the Week:
Paul Park's's "Starbridge Chronicles"
Where the seasons last for generations, hard winter makes for hard
religion. The worlds of the solar system are the hells through which
all souls must incarnate on their journey to Paradise; all, that
is, but the Starbridges, nobles who serve to enforce the "divine
will." Paul Park's work in this series has received two Locus Poll
Award nominations and an Arthur C. Clarke Award nomination.
February 11th eBooks of the Week:
Larry Niven's "Beowulf Shaeffer"
This series of short stories by science fiction legend Larry Niven
feature one of his most beloved characters, Beowulf Shaeffer. Not
to be missed!
February 4th eBooks of the Week:
Mike Resnick's "Lucifer Jones" Trilogy--15%
Meet Mike Resnick's funniest and most beloved character, the Right
Reverend Doctor Lucifer Jones, as he goes hunting for misadventure
across the world. Along the way you'll discover a lost race, an
oversexed mummy, the happiest vampire in Africa, a naked white goddess,the
yeti, the Club Foot of Notre Dame and other assorted men and beasts.
Mike Resnick's Lucifer Jones trilogy established his reputation
as a great comic SF writer. These books are laugh-out-loud funny
and manage to send up practically every SF/Adventure story ever
January 28th eBooks of the Week:
Kage Baker's "The Company" Series--15%
Kage Baker's "The Company" stories are the eBooks of the Week. Top-rated
Fictionwise author brings us a remarkable series of short stories
featuring the Immortals of Dr. Zeus, Inc., a for-profit company
that gives eternal life to mortals and sends them on historic salvage
missions. Be careful, you may get hooked on Baker's "The Company"
January 21st eBooks of the Week:
Greg Bear's Eon Series--15% off
Best-Selling author Greg Bear's hard SF novel Eon
and its sequel Legacy are the
eBooks of the week. Bear explores the possibilities presented by
the asteroid Thistledown, a remnant of a lost human civilization.
The Way is a tunnel through space and time that leads to other worlds,
some more like planet Earth than Earth itself. It is perhaps the
most formidable discovery in Thistledown and with it come disputes
as to the nature of the Way and how it should be used. The Washington
Post said that EON "… may be the best constructed hard SF epic yet."
January 14th eBook of the Week:
The Genesis Quest, Second
Genesis, and The Jupiter Theft,
by Donald Moffitt--15% off
Top-rated author Donald Moffitt's three highest-rated eBooks at
Fictionwise are the eBooks of the week. Great-reading SF!
January 7th eBook of the Week:
The Man Who Used the Universe
by Alan Dean Foster--15% off
No one knows the true motives of Kees vaan Loo-Macklin. He’s a mastermind
criminal who gave up his place at the head of the dark underworld
to become a legitimate member of Evenwaith’s cities. But soon he
was reaching out to powerful enemies--the slimy aliens called the
Nuel. Loo-Macklin negotiates an illusory peace agreement and gains
precious alien secrets in the process. Is he after peace, power
or pure evil? With enemy starships beginning to amass, we won’t
have to wait long to find out.
December 31st eBook of the Week:
Moving Mars by Greg Bear--15%
Sacrifice, revolution, the promise of freedom. These flood into
the life of Casseia Majumdar, daughter of the Binding Multiples.
Rebelling against her conservative family, the colonists who occupy
Mars, Casseia takes part in the brewing revolution sparked by student
protests in the year 2171. Meanwhile, her love life is in a very
precarious situation, with her beloved Charles Franklin seeking
to merge his mind with the most advanced artificial mind. Hugo
December 24th eBook of the Week:
Immortality Bundle--20% Off
Our eBooks of the Week come from the "Immortality Bundle," which
features six short fiction eBooks that explore different aspects
of humankind's age-old dream. These fascinating works are written
by Robert Silverberg (two), Damon Knight, James Patrick Kelly, Mike
Resnick, and Michael Swanwick.
December 17th eBook of the Week:
Dying Inside by Robert Silverberg
At 41, David Selig's telepathy is beginning to fade. The unmotivated
and out-of-work Columbia grad laments the unpardonable sin of wasting
his gift on probing minds for his own private amusement, and for reading
the intellects of college students so he can imitate their writing
styles in the term papers he ghostwrites for $2.50 a page. Hugo
Award Nominee, John W. Campbell Memorial Award Winner, Locus Poll
Award Nominee, Nebula Award® Nominee
December 10th eBook of the Week:
The Borderland of Sol by Larry
[A Beowulf Shaeffer Story] Spaceship pilot Beowulf Shaeffer and certified
genius Carlos Wu join Sigmund Ausfaller of the Extremely Foreign Relations
Bureau on an investigative mission aboard Sigmund's Extremely Fast
and Heavily Armed spaceship, the Hobo Kelly. Eight ships have mysteriously
disappeared from Sol System, each winking out of existence as they
entered hyperdrive, and the trio's theories for the inexplicable phenomena
run from human pirates to hyperspace monsters. When Carlos solicits
an opinion from a gravitational expert working on a project nearby,
Bey and Sigmund decipher just enough of their technical conversation
to realize the gravity of the situation.
December 3rd eBooks of the Week:
SF/F Psychology Theme Bundle --
This bundle contains stories that all have a psychological slant.
For example, Silverberg's "Multiples" considers a future San Francisco
where people with multiple personality disorders form a subculture.
Mary Soon Lee's "God on the Glass Cross" explores the psyche of a
little girl with an irrational fear of saying her prayers... or is
it irrational? John Kessel's "Every Angel is Terrifying" explores
the mind of a criminally insane killer seeking redemption. And more!
Psyche yourself out with these mind-bending psychological stories.
November 26th eBooks of the Week:
Robert Silverberg's "New Springtime" novels: At
Winter's End and The New Springtime
These highly acclaimed and highly rated "far-future" novels by Robert
Silverberg are Fictionwise's eBooks of the Week.
November 19th eBooks of the Week:
"It's an Honor to be Nominated" SF
Bundle (Volume 2): 20% discount
Have you ever watched the Oscars and seen a movie beat your favorite
nominee? Well, any story nominated for a Hugo or Nebula award is likely
to be a great read! Here are several stories from our vast collection
of award-nominated works that are sure to please you, even if they
didn't take home the trophy!
November 12th eBooks of the Week:
All Ursula K. Le Guin eBooks!
Legendary science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin has 7 eBooks at
Fictionwise, including a number of Hugo and/or Nebula nominated or
winning works (e.g., The Day Before the Revolution is a Hugo Award
Nominee, Locus Poll Award Winner, and Nebula Award® Winner!) See the
Le Guin bundle here.
November 5th eBook of the Week:
The Astronaut from Wyoming by Jerry
Oltion & Adam-Troy Castro
Alexander has a rare deformity that has driven the media into a frenzy.
Can he overcome his strange appearance and accomplish more than his
parents ever dreamed?
October 29th eBooks of the Week:
Tales Retold Fantasy Bundle. This
bundle contains Fantasy stories that retell fairy tales, legends,
and other familiar stories, often with a twist.
October 22nd eBook of the Week:
The Dreaming by Damien Broderick
Respected editor David Pringle selected this work as one of the top
100 science fiction novels of the century! In this story, specially
updated for Fictionwise by the author, an anthropologist travels to
the central Australian desert to search for the source of an aboriginal
myth; he suspects the terrible "Rainbow Serpent" is connected to the
sacred Uluru rock formations. The holographic "Gate" he discovers
with his nephew explains not just the origin of a legend, but the
origin of man, and the true fate of the dinosaurs. (Ditmar Award Winner,
John W. Campbell Memorial Award Nominee, Year's Best Science Fiction
October 15th eBook of the Week:
ARM by Larry Niven
This Hugo nominated novella is Niven at his best. A murder "whodunit"
story with a quantum twist, ARM is a brilliant mix of the science
fiction and mystery genres.
October 8th eBook of the Week:
Widowmaker Trilogy by Mike Resnick
Mike Resnick is a science fiction master as well as a top seller and
highly rated author at Fictionwise. His popular Widowmaker series
is now in eBook formats!