Newest Bundle of Holding – Night Shade Best SF Bundle – March 14, 2022

Newest Bundle of Holding Night Shade Best SF Bundle:


Through MONDAY, MARCH 28 the all-new Night Shade Best SF Bundle brings you 6,000+ pages of great science fiction stories from a masterful editor

Through Monday, March 28 we present the Night Shade Best SF Bundle, featuring The Best Science Fiction of the Year series and other fiction anthologies edited by Neil Clarke for Night Shade Books. Since 2016 Clarkesworld magazine editor Neil Clarke has collected the finest short stories, novelettes, and novellas the genre has to offer, from the biggest names in the field to the most exciting new voices. This all-new offer gathers the first five volumes in this acclaimed series, along with five standalone anthologies on topics like lunar and space exploration, aliens among us, and galactic empires. Together these anthologies present more than six thousand pages of great reading in DRM-free .PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats — enough to occupy you for an entire trip to the Moon and back, though to be honest a lunar voyage probably doesn’t leave much time to read.

Pay just US$5.95 to get all three titles in our Best SF Sampler (retail value $40.50), including Volume 1 of The Best Science Fiction of the Year (covering the year 2015) and two standalone anthologies: More Human Than Human (about androids, robots, and manufactured humanity) and Not One of Us (about aliens on Earth).

And if you pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $19.95 to start, you’ll also get our Complete Collection with seven more ebooks worth an additional $93.50, including four more volumes in The Best SF of the Year series — The Best Science Fiction of the Year V2 (covering 2016), V3 (2017), V4 (2018), and V5 (2019) — along with three more standalone anthologies: Galactic EmpiresThe Final Frontier (space exploration), and The Eagle Has Landed (stories of the Moon).

Settle in for months of great reading with Night Shade Best SF. But hurry! This offer ends Monday, March 28.


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