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Free Science Fiction Books From Random House

According to Amazon Blog, following Kindle books by Random House will be available for free until May 31, 2009:

  • Settling Accounts Return Engagement by Harry Turtledove. In this well-thought-out alternate history, the first in a new trilogy, Turtledove combines elements of the Civil War and WWII with disturbing results. Confederate President Jake Featherstone has launched an undeclared war of revenge on the U.S.A…
  • His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik. In this delightful first novel, the opening salvo of a trilogy, Novik seamlessly blends fantasy into the history of the Napoleonic wars. Here be dragons, beasts that can speak and reason, bred for strength and speed and used for aerial support in battle…
  • Blood Engines by T.A. Pratt. Pratt is a deft storyteller whose blend of suspense, magic, and dry humor kept me entertained and turning pages. Blood Engines is one of the most absorbing reads I’ve enjoyed in a long time, gluing me to the couch…
  • Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb. The bastard sons of kings play a noble role in fantasy: not only were King Arthur and Modred by-blows, but it is often suggested that Merlin himself came to power from the “wrong side of the bed.” While Hobb’s offering has a few too many illegitimate heirs backstabbing around, this is still a delightful take on the powers and politics behind the throne…
  • Red Mars by Stanley Robinson. “The first novel in the astounding trilogy, Red Mars chronicles the lives of the first arrivals to Mars. The planet that the settlers find is empty of life and many of the pioneers want to begin changing the ecosystem right away to be suitable for human life…”

All of these books are ranked pretty high in the Kindle store now.  And although I have plenty of books lined up for reading right now, I will download these while they are free and before I forget so I can read them some time later.