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Top 9 Free Steampunk Science Fiction Books

I don’t know about you, but a steampunk science fiction book is the perfect thing to curl up with (especially if you’re on fall break vacation!) What’s even better is if you can scoop them all up FOR FREE! So check out this list of free steampunk science fiction books!

Red Gambit

Against an unholy army of red-eyed aliens, one man will rise to save us all… right after he gets his exosuit back.

Jarek Slater was never a hero.

… Okay, rarely a hero.

… Fine, SOMETIMES a hero.

But never for free.

… Or, like, never when the dirty bastards didn’t kinda deserve it anyway.

Look, it’s complicated being a decent man in a world ravaged by raknoth invasion and lawless marauders. Or was complicated, at least. Right up until those red-eyed pricks had to go and steal his exosuit, too.

You don’t steal a man’s exosuit. You just don’t.

But when Jarek’s quest for vengeance runs him straight up against a raknoth stronghold and a mysterious blonde who throws grown men around like telekinetic frisbees, he soon learns there’s far worse than missing exosuits to worry about.

And if he and his fiery new friend don’t put a stop to it, they may just be looking at Apocalypse Number Two…

A fine work by Luke Mitchell, I’d grab it in a heartbeat!

Ministry Protocol: Thrilling Tales of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurences

The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences investigates the bizarre and unusual, and protects the citizens of the Empire from forces of darkness. Every agent knows that thrusting themselves into danger is part of the job, and may demand of them the ultimate sacrifice. They call on their own inner strength, wits, intellect, and innovations of science and technology.

But is it enough to face the unknown and the unexplainable?

This is Ministry Protocol: Thrilling Tales of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, a collection of short stories featuring the derring-do of secret agents cut from a different cloth. These original short stories feature the imagination and voices of…

  • Leanna Rennee Hieber
  • The League of S.T.E.A.M.’s Glenn Freund
  • Delilah S. Dawson
  • Jared Axelrod
  • Tiffany Trent
  • Karina Cooper

…and many more! An amalgamation of short steampunk stories? Uh…yeah!

The Tin Rose

A gypsy’s promise. A clockwork poison. A race to save a love balanced on the edge.

On the night they were to elope, a spurned lover returned. A gift, she claimed. But the clockwork contraption unwound a poisonous bloom, sending Lady Emily and Luca, her gypsy love, on a desperate race to reach the cure.

THE TIN ROSE is a story set in the Elemental Steampunk World, including The Elemental Steampunk Chronicles, Elemental Steampunk Tales, and Elemental Steampunk Stories.

Continuing with her steampunk universe, Anne Renwick does not disappoint. Grab it while it’s free!

The Dragon Blood Collection

A thousand years have passed since a dragon has been seen in the world. Science and technology have replaced magic, which has dwindled until it has become little more than an element of myth and legend.

There are those who still have dragon blood flowing through their veins, distant descendants of the mighty creatures of old. These rare humans have the power to cast magic, the power to heal, and the power to craft alchemical weapons capable of starting wars… or ending them. But they are feared for those powers, and in recent centuries, they have been hunted nearly to extinction.

The few remaining survivors must find a way to change how humanity perceives them or be lost to the world forever.

The Dragon Blood Collection includes three full-length novels of action, magic, and romance:

  • Balanced on the Blade’s Edge
  • Deathmaker
  • Blood Charged

Snapping up Lindsey Buroker’s Dragon Blood series for FREE is a killer deal. Take it!

Death to the Witch-Queen

Join a half-mad drifter and a trigger-happy vegetarian cyborg as they bring DEATH TO THE WITCH-QUEEN!
Williym Blaik may not be smart. Or literate. Or sane. But he knows an opportunity when one falls from the sky in a flash of blue fire and saves his life. In Qilliara, a glitchy cyborg who takes 37 minutes to reboot, he’s found just that: an opportunity to break free from the degenerate, mutant-filled wasteland where he’s lived his whole life. All he has to do is help Qilliara save something she calls the universe by killing his world’s tyrant, the Witch-Queen Jaxitza.

Even if they manage to carve a path through the Witch-Queen’s twisted legions, Qilliara has made it clear that she can’t and won’t grant Blaik’s wish. In fact, she doesn’t even seem to care if he lives or dies. But then Blaik is not that smart. Or sane.

It’s like The Wizard of Oz. But Oz is a degenerate pocket dimension. The Scarecrow is a petty outlaw. Dorothy is a relentless two-gunned cyborg. And the Wicked Witch has legions of twisted mutants and infernal machines at her command. An implausible duo is off to see the witch… to blow her head off and save a universe.

Oz as a degenerate pocket dimension? Dorothy as an armed cyborg. Say no more!

Webley and The World Machine

A strange coin. A mysterious elevator. Are these enigmatic items enough to prevent a war that could destroy the world?

Adal and Arija gave little thought to what makes the world go round until they were guided into a dark cave by a cryptic coin. Deep within the Earth they found a land they never dreamed possible. One…that challenged all they believed. There they met a being named Webley who controls the center of the Earth.

But not all his creations are happy.

When a ploy to overthrow him turns violent, Adal and Arija are forced to choose sides. Can they put their growing feelings for each other aside and work together to stop the brewing war? Or will their journey into the impossible be their last?

A strange coin? A mysterious elevator to the heart of the Earth? (BTW, this guy knows how to hook a reader). I’ve already got my copy. What about you?

The Dragon Lady

A clockwork dragon sidekick with an attitude. Ancient powerful magic that could destroy humanity. Handsome love-interests, and evil villains. For Wylie Petford, being half-dragon could have its perks.

In 19th Century London, stablehand Wylie has just suffered an extreme tragedy. It is this tragedy that leads her to a magical device and her greater purpose.

The alluring Dracosinum holds a key to her hidden heritage and opens the door for a fantastic future while leaving her love Lord Adrian in the past.

The taking over of her hometown by the Villainous Lord Ukridge rips her from her closest friend and further destroys what little good is left in her life.

Now, with the odds against her, she has one chance to become who she is meant to be, escape her shackles and defeat the evil lord Ukridge.

A half-dragon protagonist? An extreme tragedy in 19th Century London? A magical device? Give it to me. All of it!

Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Volume 3

No science fiction library would be complete without Astounding Stories of Super-Science, a highly influential pulp magazine of both sci-fi and horror from the early 1930s!

Contains the stories:

“Cold Light”, by Captain S. P. Meek

How Could a Human Body Be Found Actually Splintered––Broken into Sharp Fragments Like a Shattered Glass! Once Again Dr. Bird Probes Deep into an Amazing Mystery.

“Brigands of the Moon” (part 1 of 4), by Ray Cummings

Black Mutiny and Brigandage Stalk the Space-ship Planetara as She Speeds to the Moon to Pick Up a Fabulously Rich Cache of Radium-ore.

“The Sould Master”, by Will Smith and R. J. Robbins

Desperately O’Hara Plunged into Prof. Kell’s Mysterious Mansion. For His Friend Skip Was the Victim of the Eccentric Scientist’s De-astralizing Experiment, and Faced a Fate More Hideous than Death.

“From the Ocean’s Depths”, by Sewell Peaslee Wright

Man Came from the Sea. Mercer, by His Thought-telegraph, Learns from the Weirdly Beautiful Ocean-maiden of a Branch that Returned There.

“Vandals of the Stars”, by A. T. Locke

A Livid Flame Flares Across Space––and Over Manhattan Hovers Teuxical, Vassal of Malfero, Lord of the Universe, Who Comes with Ten Thousand Warriors to Ravage and Subjugate One More Planet for His Master.

A collection of science fiction stories from the 1930s? Totally old school…and totally downloaded to my Kindle device!

Twisted Fate

Dragon Fever will destroy not one world, but two—unless she can atone for the sins of her past to protect the future.

When a world of magic is the only thing you know, what do you do when it’s gone?

In the dark city of Draconia, ruled by powerful mages, the only thing that matters is magic, and Fran is on the search. She’s caught the attention of some unsavory types. It doesn’t help that she has the most powerful magical object in the kingdom in her possession; an object many men have died to hold: a dragon’s egg.

Can she use the egg to save her best friend before it’s too late?

This short-story opener for Joanna Mazurkiewicz’s Draconia series is the perfect gem to round out this little collection of steampunk science fiction books.

These are all FREE on Amazon (follow the links), but may not be for long. I’d grab them all as fast as possible!

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