Thomas Pynchon Novels Coming to eBook, at Long Last

Thomas Pynchon has never made things particularly easy for his publishers. He has famously shunned any kind of media attention for decades. (Book tours? No thanks.) And, during recent years, he resisted the idea of republishing his books in electronic format. But that has all officially changed with Penguin’s announcement that you can now purchase eight of Pynchon’s works in electronic format, with prices ranging from $9.99 to $12.99. The books (listed below) can be found on Amazon right here.

Against the Day
Gravity’s Rainbow
Inherent Vice
Mason & Dixon
Slow Learner
The Crying of Lot 49

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