Free eBook: Hal Spacejock

Download Hal Spacejock – Free!

To celebrate the release of Simon Haynes’s latest novel, Hal Spacejock: No Free Lunch, Fremantle Press are giving away electronic copies of the first book in the series! Read this free novel on your PDA or computer screen, or print the whole manuscript off and read it on paper. Whichever you choose, you get the whole book exactly as published, completely free.


Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the book like?
If you enjoy TV shows like the Young Ones, Firefly, Blackadder, Red Dwarf and Dr Who, or books by Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Tom Holt or Jasper Fforde, then the bestselling Hal Spacejock series is for you.

Is it a kids book?
The books were written for adults – i.e. me – but are suitable for ages 14+. According to official figures there are nearly 1000 copies of Hal Spacejock in school libraries across Australia. Frightening thought, eh?

Are the Hal Spacejock books any good?
Why not check out some of the feedback from hundreds of happy readers?

Is it self published? Who’s the publisher?
The Hal Spacejock series is published by Fremantle Press, who recently celebrated three decades in the industry. Fremantle Press books are distributed by Penguin Australia – and you’ll find the Hal Spacejock series right here on the Penguin website. So no, it’s not a self-published book.

What’s in the download? Which file formats do I get?
You get identical copies of Hal 1 in rtf, prc, html and text format. This should cover most reading devices, and because they’re open formats you can use them to generate other files (e.g. PDF, Sony e-Reader, etc)

Hey, it’s free! Why not try it?

I’ve grabbed it. Goes in my Infinitely Large eBacklog Folder to e-ventually e-read.

Explore posts in the same categories: Books - Fiction, eBooks, Writers - Living

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: