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jasonlockwood

Sparrowhawk on Kindle

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I've recently bought a Kindle and am anxiously awaiting to get my hands on it when I arrive in the US on a three-week trip starting next Monday. In searching for titles, I was pleased to see that ALL SIX Sparrowhawk novels are available for the Kindle, so I purchased all of them straightaway.

Here's to hoping Ayn Rand's novels (aside from Anthem) make it to the Kindle VERY SOON.

Amidst all the troubling news in the world, this is a particularly happy bit for me. -_-

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See this new site devoted to the Sparrowhawk series: http://drurytrantham.blogspot.com/ .

Ed Cline tells me the site has his approval. Watch for some new graphics -- I've recently submitted:

  • the title page of the first edition of Hyperborea,
  • the Sons of Liberty flag,
  • some writing by Hugh Kenrick, and
  • a montage paying homage to Ed Cline and his works.

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Thanks for that, Bill.

I've been finding some great things for the Kindle, like the complete works of Dostoevsky for $4.79 or the complete works of Aristotle for the same. There are even quite a number of classics for free. I'm excited to have so many wonderful works all on a handy and light device.

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