Greetings all! Below you will find my version of Project Gutenberg's Science Fiction Bookshelf. Why do I mirror these books here, rather than just go to Gutenberg's website to get them? There are a couple of reasons I do this. First, not all of the ebooks books have covers in the files, so if you have an ebook reader that will display a thumbnail of the book when you are browsing your books, it won't show you anything very informative. I add a cover with the title and author to any that is lacking same. Second, Project Gutenberg organizes the files with numbers, so if you save the file to disk, you'll see something like pg6547.epub, so if you are attempting to copy the files from one device to another, you can run into a situation where you have a bunch of files in a directory that all have almost identical names, and you can't really tell one from the other just by looking at it. Instead, I name the files with the format "Author-Title.epub". This makes it much easier to tell what is what. One additional note is that Project Gutenberg makes the titles available in several different formats. Since I'm doing this primarily for myself, and I only read epubs, that is pretty much all you'll find here. If you find this to be useful, that is most excellent. I know I will.
NOTE: (07/22/21) I have added a bunch of books to this page over the last month. Unfortunately, I haven't been adding any kind of indication to this list of what is new, and what is old. If you've been here before, and would just like to see any new additions, click here. - Zeugma
Other Free Books
in series order
Pseudonym of William C. Boyd and Lyle G. Boyd.
This list constitutes the complete work of Piper. Some of them are still in copyright.
in Future History chronological order
in series order
More recent historical fiction by Robert Shea.
The Saracen duology:
This is a house pseudonym used at times by Randall Garrett, Robert Silverberg, Henry Slesar and Roger P. Graham.