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Buy It

All of the commercial ebooks of Rapture of the Nerds are DRM-free, thanks to Tor's policy of only selling books without DRM. You can buy these ebooks secure in the knowledge that you can convert them to any format you want, lend them, give them away, or will them to your heirs -- just like the dead-tree editions.

USA:
Amazon Kindle (DRM-free)
Barnes and Noble Nook (DRM-free)
Google Books (DRM-free)
Kobo (DRM-free)
Apple iBooks (DRM-free)

Amazon
Booksense (will locate a store near you!)
Barnes and Noble
Powells
Booksamillion

UK:
Forbidden Planet
Waterstones
Amazon

Canada:
Amazon Kindle (DRM-free)
Kobo (DRM-free)

Chapters/Indigo
Amazon.ca


14 Responses to “Buy It”

  1. Sam says:

    I'd love to buy the ebook, but the Kobo bookstore won't let me buy it in the UK. Any idea when it will be possible to buy the epub ebook in the UK. I know I can download one for free from this site, but I find the "commercial interlude" annoying, and anyway, I would rather buy it.

  2. techxplorer says:

    I can't purchase the ebook from the Australian version of the online stores I have accounts on. Which is silly as I've had the paper version on preorder for a few months and expect it to arrive by post any day now.

    When will publishers stop making getting ebooks so hard? I'm afraid you've lost a sale for the ebook, hopefully the paper copy sale counts.

  3. John says:

    Kindle version is not available in Hong Kong via amazon (shows "not available"). Apple/Sony/Kobo don't even consider HK at all; perhaps we get lumped with China in the too hard basket. Import/shipping here doubles the price.

    At least I can normally get kindle stuff here; will look at either buying a paperback when I see it (not likely in HK) or donating a copy to a library which sounds like a nice idea :-)

  4. Liam says:

    Would love to buy the eBook, but as techxplorer mentioned, it's not available in Australia. *Sigh* I'm thinking of applying for US digital citizenship.

  5. Seppo says:

    would love to buy it as an ebook, but paperback is cheaper than e-book ?
    (14,36 vs. 18.01$) uh..

    • Cory Doctorow says:

      Not my doing, but I take your point. Look at it this way: you can buy the hardcover and get the ebook for free and make a savings

      • Seppo says:

        jep, and e-book proce dropped to abaout 9€ on amazon. And wondering if amazon is able to deliver a drm free kindle e-book...

  6. Piotr Konieczny says:

    The Google Book link seems partially broken: it claims "no ebook available" and has no buy option...

  7. Ross says:

    Is there an ETA on the audiobook version of this book?

  8. Sarah says:

    I want to buy it but Google Books says there is "No eBook available". I'm on vacation in Argentina. Argentinians aren't allowed to buy this book for some reason? :(

    • Cory Doctorow says:

      Are you trying to buy the English edition? There shouldn't be any problem. Could you email me and I'll take it up with my publisher? Thanks!

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