Top 3 Science Fiction Giveaways on instaFreebie: Part I

Top 3 Science Fiction Giveaways on instaFreebie: Part I

At instaFreebie, we understand how hard our authors work to connect with their readers and build audiences through giveaways. So we’re celebrating their successes with lists of our most downloaded, on-going giveaways in our most popular genres. This week’s focus is on science fiction ebooks! Check out our top 3 below, and use the links to download them now!

3. Impulse: Feedback Serial Book One by Shane Hall

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A Future Where Singing Is A Felony And Music Is Banned

Nuclear conflict nearly annihilated their world. Over the centuries, societies were rebuilt on the poisoned earth and people vowed never again to wreak such destruction. The people in the past were too expressive, too free, too loud; that caused the war. Now they live under strict controls. Some don’t think about it. Other’s support this rigid existence. Eric doesn’t.

He and his friends are bright sparks at the university. He’s about to become a doctor, his girlfriend will be a psychotherapist, and his friend is already a genius engineer. The day before his final exam, his best friend is kidnapped and he’s inexplicably rocketed to the top of his class. People get suspicious.

Political titans hiding the past are using Eric and those he loves for their own ends. There’s a path to saving everyone and revealing truths about the silent world, but it will change Eric forever, maybe for worse.

The Feedback Serial is a sci-fi dystopian adventure of glowing highs and soul-smashing lows. Loving, well-meaning people face psychopaths, and everyone is forced a little closer to the grey areas.

2. Peyton 313 (Cyborgs: Mankind Redefined, #1) by Donna McDonald

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Worst epic fail of her scientific career? Falling for a cyborg she helped create.

Kyra Winters never meant for her cyber science discoveries to be used for evil, but that’s exactly what happened. Now returning Peyton 313’s humanity is the last chance she’ll ever have to atone. She can’t erase the past, but she can change the present by restoring the cyborg who was once Marine Captain Peyton Elliot.

1. Challenging Saber: The Alliance Book 4, Chapter 1-3 by S.E. Smith

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Sometimes it takes losing the one thing closest to a warrior’s heart to wake the beast that lives inside him…

Saber, a wounded Trivator, believes he is no longer a fit warrior, much less strong enough to claim a mate. Scarred, he does everything in his power to push away the delicate human female he has fallen in love with. He knows that she deserves a warrior who can protect her, not one that will need her constant help.

Taylor Sampson may be human, but that doesn’t make her weak. She and her two older sisters survived living on Earth for four years after their world went crazy. She is all grown up now and has her eye on the one stubborn Trivator that captured her heart seven years before.

Taylor has one last requirement in order to complete her schooling. Once she finishes, she plans to show Saber that he is the man she wants, but when the planet she is on erupts into a civil war, she is trapped behind enemy lines. When Saber discovers that Taylor has been left behind, the warrior inside him refuses to think of her as collateral damage in a savage battle for power.

Journey to a lawless, alien world and discover what happens when the beast awakens inside a damaged Trivator warrior when the woman he loves is threatened.

For more incredible free reads, check out all of our Top 3 Lists! Can’t get enough sci-fi? Then the Science Fiction Part II giveaway list is for you!

9 thoughts on “Top 3 Science Fiction Giveaways on instaFreebie: Part I

  1. Challenging Saber and Peyton 313 look and sound like romance… which is fine, I do like romance SF. But calling them purely SF is a bit of a misnomer…

    1. Hi Mary,

      Thank you for your comment, and I certainly see your point in regards to the sci-fi/romance overlap. The genre descriptions for our giveaways are self-reported by the authors, and if the authors say they wrote a sci-fi novel, well, we’re inclined to believe them! Whether or not it’s a correct classification is up to readers like yourself.

      Hope that clarifies things,
      Maura

      1. Yes, and no disrespect meant to the authors, I’m sure those are all great books.

        I use the bookstore method to classify books… if I go to the Sci-Fi section of the bookstore, I’d only find the 1st book. If I went to the Romance section, I’d find the latter two.

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