Absolutely Amazing eBooks Presents Their Science Fiction Titles

Absolutely Amazing eBooks Presents Their Science Fiction Titles

Science fiction comes in many forms. Space Opera. Time Travel. Alternate History. Alien Invasions. Superhuman. Apocalyptic. Tech Noir. Cyberpunk. Space Westerns. Absolutely Amazing eBooks has them all (well, almost all) -- in both ebooks and 6" x 9" paperback editions.

The ebooks are priced from $1.99 to $3.99 max. And they are readable on your Kindle, Nook, iPad/iPhone, Galaxy, Kobe, even your PC. You can download them in seconds.

This month we're featuring Blue Moon by Dale Dapkins, a writer known as "the father of Social Science Fiction."

Click below to hear an exclusive interview with Dale Dapkins. Our own Jenna Stauffer asks him about his latest sci-fi novel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO6rSwYf54E

Want to read it? Go to the Absolutely Amazing eBooks online store (AbsolutelyAmazingEbooks.com) and look under Science Fiction/Fantasy to purchase any of the following sci-fi titles. From Dale's new book to a classic by Rex Stout, from robots to time travel, apocalyptic tales of the end of the world and people who live forever, new and old stories by sci-fi master William R. Burkett, Jr., short stories by the legendary John W. Campbell, Jr. and a just-released can't-put-it-down novel by up-and-comer C.J. Daniels.

Take a look...

Blue Moon by Dale Dapkins, $3.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback. Science fantasy at its most imaginative. This is the only Toriik-authorized biography of Albert Einstein written in 2045. A troubling social science fiction account of damage inflicted by Einstein during his stay on Earth in the twentieth century.

Edison's Conquest of Mars (Illustrated) by Garrett P. Serviss, $2.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback. Thomas Edison in outer space? A steampunk retelling of history? Martian invaders? Yes, it's all here in this sci-fi classic written in 1898. This unique edition is illustrated by nearly 150 photographs.

Sleeping Planet by William R. Burkett, Jr., $3.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback. Science Fiction Encyclopedia described this as a "hard-edged" tale of the 24th-century conquest of Earth by an alien empire the humans had judged too stupid to pull off such a coup. Now it's up to a handful of insomniacs (and a ghost) to take back this sleeping planet.

The Coming by C. J. Daniels, $3.99 eBook; $14.95 paperback. Sam Rossi has protected the world for 800 years from The Coming, and he wasn't going to let a little thing like death get in his way. Blessed, or cursed with the ability of reincarnation and total recall of his past lives, Sam fights to protect humanity from being destroyed.

The Renewables by Chuck Van Soye, $3.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback. Clay and Jennie Evans, an aged couple celebrating their 54th wedding anniversary on a trip to Florida, stumble into a mythical reality and are reborn as teenagers overnight. It was hard enough being a teen the first time, but now ...?

Under the Andes (Illustrated) by Rex Stout with a Reminiscence by William R. Burkett, Jr., $2.99 ebook. This adventure tells about two wealthy playboy brothers and an exotic French dancer trapped in a cave under the Andes Mountains. And who are these prehistoric people who take the brothers captive and worship their companion as a naked underworld goddess?

A Matter of Logistics" (Volume 1) by William R. Burkett, Jr., $3.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback. After being banished into deep space and forgotten, these outcasts made contact with alien species and raised a great army for their return. But an ensuing stalemate between the forces required new tactics . . . a clone that could infiltrate the enemy without detection.

Robots and Rust Buckets (Volume 1), edited by H. L. Osterman, $2.99 ebook. A collection of classic sci-fi stories about robots and their clanky lot. Here you will find jewels by Harry Harrison, Gordon R. Dickson, and other fitful minds who dream of electric sheep.

End of the World, edited by Hollis George, $1.99 ebook.Science fiction writers have been chronicling future apocalypses for years. Those fictional accounts of future disasters that appeared in pulp magazines now have been collected into one volume. The spine-tingling stories are for brave sci-fi fans who dare to read with a flashlight under the covers.

Time Travel and Other Science Fiction Journeys" (Volume 1), edited by H. L. Osterman, $2.99 ebook. A timely collection of classic pulp magazine stories about time travel.

John W. Campbell, Jr.: Science Fiction Genius, edited by William R. Burkett, Jr., $2.99 ebook. John W. Campbell. Jr. is remembered as the longtime editor of ANALOG Science Fiction and Fact. As such, he played a major role in shaping the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Here you will find his own writing, stories that stretch the imagination ... along with a personal reminiscence of Campbell by William R. Burkett, Jr.

Hollis George

"We editors at Absolutely Amazing eBooks are addicted to science fiction. And we know you are too," says editorial director Hollis George. "So think of AAeB as your headquarters for both new and classic sci-fi novels. We have lots more in the pipeline -- by Dapkins, Daniels, Burkett, and others you'll like. Plus some long-lost stories that will blow your rockets!"