An Omnibus for the Omnivore!

The Chaos Chronicles Books 1-3 by Jeffrey A. Carver

This is only going to run for a couple of days, so look sharp! As Bookbub readers already know, I’ve marked down The Chaos Chronicles, Books 1-3, to the ridiculously low price of $1.99 in all major ebook stores! That’s three full novels in collector-quality DRM-free ebook binding for less than the price of a decent chocolate bar!

Neptune Crossing, Strange Attractors, and The Infinite Sea, all in one volume. It would make a terrific Christmas, Hanukah, or Solstice present for that e-reading loved one!

(This omni edition is regularly $8.99, which is already a supersaver price for what we all hope will soon come to the screen as an HBO miniseries! Or maybe SyFy.com! Or Netflix Original! Or Amazon Prime! Or one of those, for goodness’ sake. Come on, all you producers hungry for new material. What are you waiting for? Make an offer!)

This really will end soon, so don’t wait. And please, if you like it, consider posting an unbiased review at Amazon, or Goodreads, or any of the other stores! You have no idea how important those reviews can be. Thanks in advance!

Call this my White Sunday sale. (Get it: White? Snow? Clever, no?)

Update: I’m happy to say that this sale is going very well! Thanks to everyone who bought a copy or passed on the word!

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2 Responses

  1. Randy Saunders
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    A great read, but one can’t help noticing that the first three books came out one a year and the next ones are spaced about a decade apart. It’s hard to recommend a half-finished series with that pacing.

    Please don’t go George R. R. Martin on this series.

    • Jeffrey A. Carver
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      Doing the best I can, man, as I’m sure George is, also. Writing novels isn’t like building cars on an assembly line (and I have done both). Glad you like it so far. The new one is nearing completion.

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