This Week’s Bargain SF & Fantasy Books at Amazon.com
I need a better system for tracking these discount books at Amazon. Way I do it now, I just add candidates to my cart whenever I find them. Which means my cart fills up pretty quick, and I have to keep emptying it.
Don’t tell me I should create a wishlist. I already have over a dozen wishlists. Compulsive people shouldn’t be allowed to use Amazon.
Anyway, what do we have in the bag for you this week? Swords & Dark Magic: The New Sword and Sorcery, the excellent anthology edited by Jonathan Strahan and Lou Anders, has been marked down from $15.99 to just $6.40; David Weber’s new standalone SF novel, Out of the Dark, is just $2.98 in hardcover; and Tanya Huff’s latest hardcover, The Truth of Valor, is just $2.54. All that, plus two novels by Charles de Lint, Spirits in the Wires and Spiritwalk, for roughly six bucks; three Hawkmoon novels by Michael Moorcock for six bucks or less: The Mad God’s Amulet, The Jewel in the Skull, and The Sword of the Dawn; The New Space Opera, volumes One and Two, edited by Gardner Dozois for under 7 bucks; Gene Wolfe’s latest novel, Home Fires, in hardcover for $10; and over a dozen more.
Crux – Albert E. Cowdrey – $9.98 (was $24.95)
The New Space Opera – Gardner Dozois; Paperback – $6.38 (was $15.95)
The New Space Opera 2 – Gardner Dozois; $6.40, (was $15.99)
The Truth of Valor (Valor Novel) – Tanya Huff – $2.54 (was $24.95)
Out of the Dark, David Weber – $2.95 (was $25.99)
No Sleep till Wonderland, Paul Tremblay – $5.60 (was $14)
The Little Sleep, Paul Tremblay – $6.80 (was $16.99)
Swords & Dark Magic: The New Sword and Sorcery, edited by Jonathan Strahan and Lou Anders – $6.40 (was $15.99)
The Vaults, Toby Ball – $10 (was $24.99)
The Somnambulist: A Novel, Jonathan Barnes – $6 (was $14.99)
The Domino Men, Jonathan Barnes – $6 (was $14.99)
Hawkmoon: The Mad God’s Amulet, Michael Moorcock – $5.60 (was $13.99)
Hawkmoon: The Jewel in the Skull, Michael Moorcock – $5.60 (was $13.99)
Hawkmoon: The Sword of the Dawn, Michael Moorcock – $6.00 (was $14.99)
Home Fires, Gene Wolfe – $10 (was $24.99)
The Silver Surfer, Vol. 2 (Marvel Masterworks), Stan Lee, John Buscema – $10 (was $24.99)
The Tyranny of the Night: Book One of the Instrumentalities of the Night, Glen Cook – $6 (was $14.99)
Trouble and Her Friends, Melissa Scott – $6.40 (was $15.99)
The First Heroes: New Tales of the Bronze Age, edited by Harry Turtledove and Noreen Doyle – $7.60 (was $18.99)
The Hidden World, Paul Park – $10.38 (was $25.95)
Sphinx’s Queen (Princesses of Myth), Esther Friesner – $7.20 (was $17.99)
Spirits in the Wires (Newford), Charles de Lint – $6.38 (was $15.95)
Spiritwalk, Charles de Lint – $6.00 (was $14.99)
Four Dark Nights, Bentley Little, et al – $10(was $25)
Bug Jack Barron, Norman Spinrad – $5.98 (was $14.95)
Ender’s Game: War of Gifts, Jake Black, et al – $10 (was $24.99)
Gods and Pawns, Kage Baker – $5.98 (was $14.95)
Most books are discounted from 60% to 80%. As always, quantities on these bargain books are very limited. All are eligible for free domestic shipping on orders over $25. Many of last month’s discount titles are also still available; you can see them here.
Crux is excellent, or at least the version I read in whichever magazine it was originally printed in (F&SF I would guess, because he’s pretty much one of their “staff writers”).
And I had “Swords and Dark Magic” on my Amazon wishlist (I’m far too lazy to have more than one), so that one has just been ordered.
Glad you snatched SWORDS & DARK MAGIC while there were still copies left!
As of this morning, there’s only one copy of CRUX left as well.
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