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

Find a great num­ber of clas­sics in our col­lec­tion of 300 Free eBooks.

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