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Free Science Fiction Books On Kindle: Linked List of over 350 Free SciFi Classic Stories And Early Fantasy Novels

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All links checked and updated on December 25th, 2015, if you have an older version please contact customer service. To download free eBooks directly, you must use Kindle Fire. Amazon has changed their other Kindle reader software (PaperWhite, eInk and Touch) so those users must use this eBook in Amazon's downloadable Cloud Reader (read.amazon.com) on a PC or laptop to All links checked and updated on December 25th, 2015, if you have an older version please contact customer service. To download free eBooks directly, you must use Kindle Fire. Amazon has changed their other Kindle reader software (PaperWhite, eInk and Touch) so those users must use this eBook in Amazon's downloadable Cloud Reader (read.amazon.com) on a PC or laptop to select and send the free classics to their Kindle. iPad users must use the Cloud Reader from "Manage Your Kindle" to use the download links, see "From The Author" below. Amazon Prime members are welcome to use their free monthly borrow to get this list and download hundreds of the free classics for future reading. This linked list of over 350 free science fiction stories and novels in Amazon's permanent collection was recently updated with hundreds of works from famous science fiction writers who wrote in the 1950's and 1960's and apparently forgot to extend their copyright protection. For the more recent authors SciFi fans will be familiar with, I just list the links (arranged by author) that will take you to their titles in the Kindle store for free download. For the earlier writers, I usually include a one or two line summary of their books. I thought I read all the classic SciFi twenty years ago, but I found a couple dozen authors I'd never heard of while researching Amazon's free collection. Most of the titles in this linked list of the free classic science fiction on Amazon were written before the "Golden Age" of science fiction, but influenced the authors who came later. I've included several early utopia/dystopia books, a popular subject in the late Victorian period. A few supernatural titles are included when the author also wrote other types of books. I didn't include fairy tales, and I made judgment calls on skipping science fiction/fantasy that was written for children and young adults, or just included a few samples from those authors. This list of free science fiction eBooks on Amazon works best on Kindle WiFi devices, and Fire. The newest 3G and 4G Kindle Paperwhite and Touch readers will only allow you to use the clickable links for free Amazon eBooks when you are using them on a WiFi network. Clicking the linked titles will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store, where you can sign into your Amazon account (required the first time only) and download the eBook immediately. (source: Amazon)


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All links checked and updated on December 25th, 2015, if you have an older version please contact customer service. To download free eBooks directly, you must use Kindle Fire. Amazon has changed their other Kindle reader software (PaperWhite, eInk and Touch) so those users must use this eBook in Amazon's downloadable Cloud Reader (read.amazon.com) on a PC or laptop to All links checked and updated on December 25th, 2015, if you have an older version please contact customer service. To download free eBooks directly, you must use Kindle Fire. Amazon has changed their other Kindle reader software (PaperWhite, eInk and Touch) so those users must use this eBook in Amazon's downloadable Cloud Reader (read.amazon.com) on a PC or laptop to select and send the free classics to their Kindle. iPad users must use the Cloud Reader from "Manage Your Kindle" to use the download links, see "From The Author" below. Amazon Prime members are welcome to use their free monthly borrow to get this list and download hundreds of the free classics for future reading. This linked list of over 350 free science fiction stories and novels in Amazon's permanent collection was recently updated with hundreds of works from famous science fiction writers who wrote in the 1950's and 1960's and apparently forgot to extend their copyright protection. For the more recent authors SciFi fans will be familiar with, I just list the links (arranged by author) that will take you to their titles in the Kindle store for free download. For the earlier writers, I usually include a one or two line summary of their books. I thought I read all the classic SciFi twenty years ago, but I found a couple dozen authors I'd never heard of while researching Amazon's free collection. Most of the titles in this linked list of the free classic science fiction on Amazon were written before the "Golden Age" of science fiction, but influenced the authors who came later. I've included several early utopia/dystopia books, a popular subject in the late Victorian period. A few supernatural titles are included when the author also wrote other types of books. I didn't include fairy tales, and I made judgment calls on skipping science fiction/fantasy that was written for children and young adults, or just included a few samples from those authors. This list of free science fiction eBooks on Amazon works best on Kindle WiFi devices, and Fire. The newest 3G and 4G Kindle Paperwhite and Touch readers will only allow you to use the clickable links for free Amazon eBooks when you are using them on a WiFi network. Clicking the linked titles will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store, where you can sign into your Amazon account (required the first time only) and download the eBook immediately. (source: Amazon)

30 review for Free Science Fiction Books On Kindle: Linked List of over 350 Free SciFi Classic Stories And Early Fantasy Novels

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jim Townsend

    Little-known science fiction A listing of obscure science fiction stories by the famous and nearly unknown. The fact that many are free is an incentive to fill one's Kindle.

  2. 5 out of 5

    David Osborne

    Good selection of free books Despite a handful of dead ends, the overwhelming majority of the books (say...98%) were still available. Many good authors, a few lesser lights, and a handful that are interesting as...historical artifacts only. Still, well worth the money.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mystee Pulcine

    As advertised 6 of the links were broken, but otherwise this was a super easy way to find a ton of free books!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Carter

    This reference book delivers on its promise to provide a list of free science fiction.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Good list and links for SF&F Public Domain books Older books, but still some gems among the Author's list. There aren't many "classic" novels, but many are written by awards winning authors.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Eugene NElson

    Good list poorly formatted. Nothing else to say. It does what it sets out to do. Unfortunate that it is also setting out to advertise the author's own work via a link on every page. Still worth a look though.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    Great resource This is a great resource for finding early science fiction. Listed alphabetically with brief description about author and books. A must for the sci-fi addict.

  8. 4 out of 5

    K

    Useful source of classic sf Very helpful for those looking for something a bit different from the usual classic science fiction stories and novels out there.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    couldn't open

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    Dragon

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    Brandon Longstreth

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    Mary

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    M. Moellering

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    Kristina Andric

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    Edward Legowski

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    Timothy Maloney

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    John Morand

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    Ernest Zore

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