A little over a year ago, we brought you a roundup of great Science Fiction & Fantasy classics available on the web. The free collection included everything from Aldous Huxley reading a dramatized version of Brave New World, to a BBC radio broadcast of Isaac Asimov’s influential Foundation Trilogy, to an audiobook version of C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. We’ve been updating the page ever since, adding a Neil Gaiman story here, and a Philip K. Dick story there. So if you’re a sci-fi fan, or if you’re friends with a sci-fi fan, you’ll want to pay a new visit to our collection: Free Science Fiction Classics on the Web: Huxley, Orwell, Asimov, Gaiman & Beyond. Also, if you notice any great resources missing from the list, don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below.
Note: a number of other sci-fi classics can be found in our collections of Free Audio Books and Free eBooks, not to mention or big list of Free Movies Online.
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