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When today’s top science fiction and fantasy authors were looking for inspiration, they turned to the classics. And we continue reading those same books (year after year) because they stand the test of time.
Every month, we’re bringing you a selection of must-read, sci-fi and fantasy classics that you can download for free. In addition to these classics, we’ll update this article with other free sci-fi and fantasy books by up-and-coming authors throughout the month. You can also check back next month for a new list of out-of-this-world free ebooks.
In this timeless fairy tale, Bee and George are bound by love. And when George goes off on a quest to a forbidden lake, home to dangerous water nymphs, it is up to Bee to rescue him...
A Crystal Age
A novel of a pastoral utopia that harbors a dark secret... First published in 1887, this book has been called a "significant S-F milestone" and has been noted for its anticipation of the "modern ecological mysticism" that would evolve a century later.
The Last Man
Faced with a populace clamoring for more democratic rule, the last king of England relinquishes his throne. Suddenly a mysterious plague sweeps the globe, drawing ever nearer to England. As war, disease, and death ravage humanity, ideals of fairness and love are quickly supplanted by the imperative of survival...
The Velveteen Rabbit
A classic, magical tale of a stuffed rabbit who learns what it means to truly be real and loved. Rich with themes of friendship and honesty to oneself, Margery Williams's magical tale is sure to delight readers of all ages. Includes charming illustrations by William Nicholson.
Armageddon 2419 A.D.
The groundbreaking novella that gave rise to science fiction’s original space hero, Buck Rogers...The United States has descended into chaos after Asian powers conquered the world with advanced weaponry centuries before. All that’s left are ragtag gangs battling for survival against their brutal overlords.
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