Unbound Worlds Library: “The Literomancer” by Ken Liu

 

fandsfcover_sep_2010_blogAn American girl living in China learns the real magic of words in Ken Liu’s “The Literomancer,” the latest addition to our free library, courtesy of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Enjoy!

Download “The Literomancer” by Ken Liu.

  • I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO DO MUCH READING FOR SOMETIME. SO I WAS VERY ANXIOUS TO HIT MY OLD WEB SITES WHERE I HAD BEEN ABLE TO FIND MANY EBOOKS TO DOWNLOAD. BUT , IN MY ABSCENCE YOUHAVE MADE MANY CHANGES. I FIND I’VE DIFFICULT NAVIGATING, MUCH LESS FIND ANY BOOK TO DOWNLOAD. I HAVE FOLOWED YOUR LINKS AND GOTTEN NO WHERE. GRANTED I AM NOT A COMPUTER EXPERET BUT HAD NO PROBLEMS INTHE PAST, ESPECIALLY WITH YOUR FREE EBOOK LIBRARY

  • D.Munch

    You can’t find any ebooks because they no longer exist here. I check in every once in a while, but they’ve done away with the “Suvudu Free Library” as it was originally intentioned. Now it’s just a dumping ground for the occasional PDF of a short story from F&SF Magazine. Who reads PDF???? I want to be able to send it to my ereader; that’s what made the original library so great.

  • Andrew

    With a Sony eReader I found even the old books disappointing as the ePub versions were only available to download from the Sony Store, which isn’t accessable if you’re not a US resident.

  • Its well worth the download. I was very moved by Mr Liu’s story ‘Literomancer’. Possibly one of the best short stories I’ve read in some time, I was emotionally connected to the characters quite quickly.

    It makes me want to be a better writer.

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