Get The Syndic by C.M. Kornbluth for free!
Get The Syndic by C.M. Kornbluth for free!
Get it for free in epub and mobi formats!

We’ve got another book giveaway for you.

I’m pleased to announce that we’re working with publisher LiberNoctis to give away ebook copies of C.M. Kornbluth’s classic science fiction novel The Syndic.

From my review of the novel,

“What ifs” are the bread and butter of science fiction. What if organized crime overthrew the United States government and took over? What would life be like under the mafia? Would the people of North America be better off? These are the questions C.M. Kornbluth sought to answer in his science-fiction novel The Syndic (1953).

The new edition by LiberNoctis

brings you this classic of science fiction, with foreword and extensive afterword by noted libertarian writer Jeff Riggenbach on the history of the author, the novel, and the politics of mid-20th-century science fiction among Kornbluth’s contemporaries — men such as Isaac Asimov on the Left, Robert Heinlein on the Right, and libertarian science-fiction advocates who sought to redefine the political spectrum through the power of science fiction itself.

We republished Jeff Riggenbach’s Libertarian Tradition Podcast episode on Kornbluth and The Syndic a while back. Be sure to check it out if you missed it, or again if you didn’t. It’s well worth the (re)listen.

We’ll be giving away the ebook in both epub and mobi formats from now until December 15, 2012 at 12:00am EST.

For more information, click on the link below:

BOOK GIVEAWAY!

Please help us promote this book giveaway. The Syndic deserves to be more widely read, particularly among libertarians. Share the book giveaway page (linked above) far and wide.

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About the Author

Geoffrey Allan Plauché Executive Editor

Geoffrey is an Aristotelian-Liberal political philosopher, an adjunct instructor for Buena Vista University, the founder and executive editor of Prometheus Unbound, and the webmaster of The Libertarian Standard. His work has appeared in Libertarian Papers, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, the Journal of Value Inquiry, and Transformers and Philosophy. He lives in Edgewood, KY with his wife and two children.

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  • Micha November 17, 2012 @ 5:48 am | Link

    The book giveaway leads to the old giveaway http://prometheus-unbound.org/book-giveaway/alongside-night/
    and I can’t get the new ebook OR the old one
    as it tells me I already signed up

    what the heck went wrong with your links this time

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    • Paul November 17, 2012 @ 9:15 am | Link

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    • Geoffrey Allan Plauché November 17, 2012 @ 10:35 am | Link

      I’m terribly sorry about that. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I forgot to change that one link at the end of the post from the previous giveaway. The other links, in the book covers and in the text in the sidebar, go to the correct landing page though. The book giveaway landing page for The Syndic explains that existing email subscribers can get the free ebook copies by sharing the link to the landing page on two of their favorite social networks and emailing us about it. I’ll then email the download link to them.

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