• Classic Books,  Fantasy,  Novels,  pinned,  Science Fiction

    Download the Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft Collection of 63 books in one PDF book (before 1935)

    Download the Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft Collection of 63 books (stories) in one PDF book (before 1935) This collection only public domain books .all books were published before the end of  1935.Howard Phillips Lovecraft (20 August 1890 – 15 March 1937) was an American author of fantasy, horror, and science fiction noted for combining these three genres within single narratives and most famous for the creation of the Cthulhu Mythos. All books without co-authors and all in the public domain. collected in one PDF file with Table of ContentsContents of the book : The Tomb (1917) Dagon (1917) Polaris (1918) Beyond the Wall of Sleep (1919) Memory (1919) Old…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction

    When the sleeper wakes by H. G. Wells (1899) Free PDF novel

    Download When the sleeper wakes by  H. G. Wells (1899) Free PDF novel  The plot concerns a 19th-century insomniac named Graham who ends up sleeping for 200 years only to wake and discover he owns half the world. He’s a fish out of the water and he’s odd circumstances result in people trying to use him or destroy him for their own ends. 22nd century London is enclosed, massive, and disorganized. We follow a bewildered protagonist through a flood of wonders and horrors, which is probably the best way for a writer to portray a fictional society. Naturally, it’s prophetic and has a lot to say about the degradation of…

  • Novels,  Science Fiction,  Utopia

    Across the zodiac : the story of a wrecked record by Percy Greg Free Novel

    Across the zodiac: the story of a wrecked record by Percy Greg  Free PDF book (1880) The frame’s “Greg” narrator talks to a CSA officer (Ubernarrator), gone to Mexico to fight for Maximilian, then shipwrecked in the Pacific. The officer found this manuscript in an aerial shipwreck. The manuscript Unnamed Narrator who writes congealed bad Latin, but who expects interplanetary travel to soon fulfill his boyhood daydreams. His friends, Ubernarrator assumes, may still be alive. Ubernarrator assumes he left Earth for Mars in 1830! The narrator spends pages setting up his apergy ship, named the Astronaut. He has a garden to refresh the air, with birds, all netted in. Were…

  • Novels,  Science Fiction,  Utopia

    Theodore savage : a story of the past or the future by Cicely Mary Hamilton

    Theodore savage: a story of the past or the future by Cicely Mary Hamilton  Free PDF novel (1922) a Very interesting novel. Can’t really judge it as a work of literature and not as a historical artifact. It’s nice to read a book about an alternative, apocalyptic ending to WWI, written by someone who actually lived in WWI, with the same ideas, education, and values of the world of WWI. The book put me in mind of Hobbes’s “Leviathan” in the way it describes the rise of (primitive) human society out of the basic needs, desires, and fears of the lone savage. And how close we are to the primitive…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction,  Utopia

    The elixir of life : or, 2905 A.D.; a novel of the far future by Herbert Gubbins Free PDF novel

    The elixir of life: or, 2905 A.D.; a novel of the far future by Herbert Gubbins Free PDF novel This novel was published in 1914 A description of the future world and its scientific wonders by a scientist who sleeps 1000 years. Excerpt from the preface: This is an age of inventions with a negative nomenclator. The horseless carriage is followed by wireless telegraphy. Yet many people will not be convinced of a new invention till it has become commonly known, and then they merely say: “I should not have thought it could have been possible.” When Lavoisier heard of meteorites falling from the sky, he said this could not…

  • Novels,  Science Fiction,  Utopia

    Goslings by J. D. Beresford Free Dystopia Novel (Plague that kills most men of England)

    Goslings by J. D. Beresford, Free PDF Dystopian Novel (Plague that kills most men of England)  (1913) Published in 1913, Goslings explores what happens when an extraordinary plague that kills mostly men wipes out the population of England. The novel follows a few ‘typical’ characters from before the plague strikes, through the initial days, and on until a year after. It’s clear from the tone of the long descriptive passages, that the author, J.D. Beresford, is of the opinion that mankind is a blight on the earth, an alien presence that this plague is curing. Set in England, the story generally follows the Gosling family, along with a man named Thrale,…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction

    From the Earth to the Moon Novel (1924) by Jules Verne

    Download From the Earth to the Moon, Novel (1924) by Jules Verne From Earth to the Moon, the setting of the stage for ‘Round the Moon, was a very logical story. Detailed beyond what most Scifi writers would dare, it follows Mr. Barbicane, president of the Gun club, and his plan to make history by building a cannon of tremendous proportions with plans to land a projectile on the surface of the moon. The amount of science and research Verne did for this book is commendable. Characterizations are also solid with some amazing quips and humor sprinkled. Enjoyable. I’m actually sad that I haven’t Verne before. He’s got a sharp…

  • Adventure,  Fantasy,  Fiction,  H.G. Wells,  Science Fiction

    The first men in the moon , Free PDF book by H..G. Wells

    Download The first men in the moon, free Science Fiction book by H. G. Wells This book was the most interesting and great adventure. When Mr. Bedford’s financial difficulties become pressing, he leaves London for the quiet of the Kentish countryside to write a play which he is sure will win him fame and fortune, despite him never having written anything before. Instead, he meets his new neighbor Mr. Cavor, an eccentric scientist, and becomes intrigued and excited by the possibilities of the invention Cavor is working on – a substance that will defy gravity. Bedford, always with an eye for the main chance, begins to imagine the commercial possibilities…

  • Novels,  Science Fiction

    The Silmarillion PDF book by J.R.R. Tolkien

    The Silmarillion PDF book by J.R.R. Tolkien  The Silmarillion is a collection of mythopoeic works by English writer J. R. R. Tolkien, edited and published posthumously by his son, Christopher Tolkien, in 1977 with assistance from Guy Gavriel Kay. The Silmarillion, along with J. R. R. The story of the creation of the world and of the First Age, this is the ancient drama to which the characters in The Lord of the Rings look back and in whose events some of them, such as Elrond and Galadriel, took part. The three Silmarils were jewels created by Fëanor, most gifted of the Elves. Within them was imprisoned the Light of…

  • Isaac Asimov,  Novels,  Science Fiction

    The Martian Way by Isaac Asimov PDF Book (1952)

    The Martian Way by Isaac Asimov PDF Book (1952) Novella published in Galaxy Science Fiction (November 1952).Blurb: “It was junk they hunted, but enormously valuable and urgently needed junk that cost only bravery and the cheapest fuel … yet they were kept from collecting it by an even cheaper lie!” Review by PatrickThe Martian Way was about trying to get the colony on Mars independent from Earth. Instead of relying on water and other resources from Earth, they looked elsewhere for their resources like the Asteroid Belt, the rings of Saturn, and a couple of the moons. Earth was on the brink of cutting off its water shipments because they…