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Free? or too lazy to post price?
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$8 for 1 ebook.
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Kindle edition is 1.99
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Link for the Kindle book:

http://www.amazon.com/Rendezvous-...8&qid=&sr=

The second and third book of the series is also $1.99
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Quite a few of his have $1.99 Kindle editions, including Childhood's End; 2010: Odyssey Two; 2061: Odyssey Three; and 3001: The Final Odyssey. (Oddly enough, no special price for 2001.)

You can look thru the list of his books and pick out any $1.99 ones you're interested in. Full price books are included in the list because I couldn't figure out how to limit it to just the $1.99 books.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_pg...1442728676
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Quite a few of his have $1.99 Kindle editions, including Childhood's End; 2010: Odyssey Two; 2061: Odyssey Three; and 3001: The Final Odyssey. (Oddly enough, no special price for 2001.)

You can look thru the list of his books and pick out any $1.99 ones you're interested in. Full price books are included in the list because I couldn't figure out how to limit it to just the $1.99 books.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_pg...1442728676
Is this limited time, or the normal price for these books?
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Is this limited time, or the normal price for these books?
I'm wondering the same thing since 3c can't track Kindle edition prices.
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great book
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Is this limited time, or the normal price for these books?
I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing limited time. If you're interested in any, best to get them now.
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I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing limited time. If you're interested in any, best to get them now.
I'm considering it. I've read the entire series, but it's been awhile. Great books, although I like the 2001 series even better, these are still really good.
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I'm considering it. I've read the entire series, but it's been awhile. Great books, although I like the 2001 series even better, these are still really good.
I've been thinking about it also. I'm a long time SF fan. I recall reading Rama so long ago I don't remember anything about it. Trouble is I've got about 35 books on the kindle already that I need to read, not to mention the 5 book box set of Game of Thrones that I bought when it was 10 bucks that I'm trying to get motivated to start. (I read the first 2 books when they first came out and got halfway thru the third. So, hey, only 3,000 pages or so to read...) So, right now I'm leaning against it, but I may well change my mind tomorrow. What's another couple of books to add to the pile, anyway woot
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I've been thinking about it also. I'm a long time SF fan. I recall reading Rama so long ago I don't remember anything about it. Trouble is I've got about 35 books on the kindle already that I need to read, not to mention the 5 book box set of Game of Thrones that I bought when it was 10 bucks that I'm trying to get motivated to start. (I read the first 2 books when they first came out and got halfway thru the third. So, hey, only 3,000 pages or so to read...) So, right now I'm leaning against it, but I may well change my mind tomorrow. What's another couple of books to add to the pile, anyway woot
I'm in the same boat. My list is growing faster than I'm reading. The only reason I didn't jump on that game of thrones deal is that my local library has it to lend on overdrive, which works with kindle.

I'm usually not a big fan of re-reading, but I would make an exception for Rama. Also, Foundation series, which was awesome.
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I'm in the same boat. My list is growing faster than I'm reading. The only reason I didn't jump on that game of thrones deal is that my local library has it to lend on overdrive, which works with kindle.

I'm usually not a big fan of re-reading, but I would make an exception for Rama. Also, Foundation series, which was awesome.
Heinlein, Asimov's and Arthur. The best...
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Heinlein, Asimov's and Arthur. The best...
Couldn't agree more. To add two honorable mentions: Frank Herbert - Dune, and Orson Scott Card - Ender series. I'm currently reading The Postman by David Brin. Good stuff.
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