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Rebellion Publishing ‘keep boredom at bay’ eBook sale

In uncertain times we know that many of you, like us, will find distraction and solace in a good book.

So we’re launching the ‘keep boredom at bay’ eBook sale where we will bring you a regular sale that is exclusive to our eBook shop.

This week you can get the below eBooks for just 99p each!

The Quantum Magician by Derek Künsken

The Quantum Garden by Derek Künsken


House of Styx by Derek Kunsken hits eReaders in August and hardback in April 2021!

Keep an eye on our website and social media for further sales, along with a host of giveaways and freebies too.

Stay safe readers!

Available worldwide, transaction will be made in GBP and convert to local currency in your statement.

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The Rebellion Advent Calendar: Christmas Day

Christmas! In the wake of the war there aren’t many presents, but through elf-power, Reindeer perseverance and some good old-fashioned Christmas magic, Santa, Rudolf and the elves muddle through.

It is the toughest Christmas on record, but children around the world get whatever the hell it was they wanted, so long as they were good-ish.

Santa gives in to Rudolf’s demands for improved working conditions, better mince pie allowances and an extended January holiday. In return, Rudolf disbands the unions and dismantles the burgeoning Rudolfite state apparatus.

At the end of the day, all are tired. But Santa and Mrs Claus lay on a truly titanic turkey, and all the elves and reindeer are stuffed beyond any reasonable measure. That evening, Claus and Rudolf share a glass of port by a roaring fire, happy to have pulled Christmas from the clutches of war.

‘Happy Christmas, Rudolf,’ says Santa.

‘Happy Christmas, Santa.’

And so, the Santa Wars drift into history, and as elves get some kip ahead of their officially sanctioned January holiday period, a familiar laugh sounds out across the North Pole:

‘Ho, ho, ho…’


Happy Christmas from all of us here at Rebellion! 

As a special gift – especially for those among our parish who have received an eBook reader in their stocking this morning – we’re having a massive eBook sale in the Rebellion Store!

That’s right, for a very limited time only there’s a ginormous 50% off all titles, including books from the likes of Chuck Wendig, Gail Z Martin, Christopher Fowler, Emily Gee and loads more.

But that’s not all! We’re also giving away THREE FREE EBOOKS to everyone that signs up to our newsletter, the Rebel Yell*!



*Don’t worry, if you’re already signed up you can still download the free books.

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The Rebellion Advent Calendar: Day Eighteen

18 December – a week to Christmas, and in the North Pole barely a present has been wrapped. All across the world, children count down the days unaware that Santa the Generous is waging a bitter war against his very own reindeer.

Rudolf and his followers are reeling in the wake of what has rapidly become known as the Massive Cracker Incident. An enormous paper crown lies in shreds in No Elf’s Land. The war, it seems, will not be over by Christmas.

In the Claus Compound, Santa the Benevolent has found the sherry Mrs Claus so diligently hid, and has shared it out among his men. They are all drunk as merry little festive lords.

Little do they know, but Mrs Claus has a plan of her own to bring the Santa Wars to an end…


 What has Mrs Claus got up her festively-themed sleeve, we wonder? Is it, perhaps, a huge sale on all Christopher Fowler eBooks in the Rebellion Store? By jove, we think it is!

Head over to our Store now and grab yourself a bargain. And be quick, because this sale won’t last long!

All Christopher Fowler eBooks now half price!

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The Rebellion Advent Calendar: Day Three

Day Three of Advent and Christmas edges ever nearer. In the cold north, blistered elven fingers wrap presents under the withering gaze of Claus. The Red One must be appeased. 

And who are we to refuse him? As the Rebellion Advent Calendar gains momentum, we know one thing for certain: he is watching, and he will have satisfaction. 

Today, we offer up a deal on Weston Ochse’s Grunt Life and Grunt Traitor, two books destined for military SF immortality. You can now snap up each book for 99p/99c, for a limited time only. 

So get yourself over to Amazon and get a-clickin’. The Red One is watching. Feed his festive hunger. 

Grunt Life & Grunt Traitor now only 99p each!

Grunt Life
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Grunt Traitor
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50% off all horror in the Rebellion store!

It’s October, and we all know what that means – a month long celebration of Halloween, naturally!

We were busy covering the office in a thick layer of fake spider’s webs and sniffing pumpkin spice, and decided that the only real way to celebrate this glorious month of ghosts and ghouls is with a massive sale on all our horror titles.

And massive really is the word – we’ve slashed the prices of our horror eBooks like knife-wielding maniacs, carving 50% off no less.

Head over to the store now and grab books by the likes of Chuck Wendig, Rebecca Levene, Weston Ochse, Al Ewing, Chris Fowler and loads more, for mere pennies. PENNIES WE TELL YOU.

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Champion Of Mars only 99p!

Guy Haley’s Champion Of Mars is the best book you will ever read about Mars.

Yeah, you read that right. You can keep your Hollywood-endorsed, mega-selling Red Planet survival guides – we’ve got an epic, elegant story that spans the history of humanity and Mars and will hit you where it hurts (head, heart, etc).

We’ve given Champion Of Mars a rather natty new eBook cover, and in celebration of all things Martian (ha! See what we did there?) we’re dropping the price to 99p/99c.


You’ve probably got more than that in your pocket in change right now. Go and grab yourself a copy, and be happy that you have discovered greatest planetary romance of the modern age.

Champion Of Mars is out now!
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Shadowboxer only 99p!

Read this and try not to be totally sold on its absolute awesomeness:

Jade is a young mixed martial arts fighter. When she’s in the cage she dominates her opponents—but in real life she’s out of control.

After she has a confrontation with a Hollywood martial arts star that threatens her gym’s reputation, Jade’s coach sends her to a training camp in Thailand for an attitude adjustment. Hoping to discover herself, she instead uncovers a shocking conspiracy. In a world just beyond our own, a man is stealing the souls of children to try and live forever.

Tricia Sullivan’s Shadowboxer kicks ass, and it’s now only 99p. Hooray!

Shadowboxer is out now!
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Plastic only 99p!

Christopher Fowler is a writer who knows a thing or two about giving us the sort of chills that stay with us for days.

Plastic is a book about money, mayhem and all manner of madness, and – believe it or not – you can snap it up in eBook format for only 99p all weekend! Hooray!

Head over to Amazon to get your copy. Quick! Go!

For more information visit the official Christopher Fowler website, or follow Chris on Twitter or Facebook.

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25% off all epic fantasy!

Are you sick of all your favourite epic fantasies being turned into TV shows? Tired of seeing your favourite characters given the chop at the slightest provocation? Has the time come to find yourself a new fantasy series?

Well we’re here for you, fantasy fans. For this week only, we’ve knocked 25% off the price of all our epic fantasy titles, including works from the likes of Emily Gee, Paul Kearney, Juliet E McKenna and Rowena Corey Daniells.

And while we can’t promise you that there won’t be death, magic, destruction and chaos, we can promise that people won’t be posting spoilers all over social media before you can get to the good bits.

Head over to our eBook store and browse the incredible array of talent on show, and discover a whole new world. We’ve got over fifty titles on sale from some of the very best writers in the genre.

After all, there’s more to fantasy than seven kingdoms…

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Five things: Dave Hutchinson on thrillers

Dave Hutchinson’s magnificent Europe In Autumn is up for yet another award this weekend – the prestigious John W Campbells Award for best science fiction novel of the year – and to celebrate we asked the author to talk us through his five favourite thrillers.

Dont’ forget you can snap up Europe In Autumn – not to mention several other equally brilliant thrillers – for only £1.99 in our eBook sale!

1 Kolymsky Heights by Lionel Davidson

Lionel Davidson was a terrific writer and this, his final novel, is his best, a cracking late Cold War thriller about an agent infiltrating a top-secret Siberian laboratory to retrieve a Great Secret. More than anything else, it’s a wonderful romp.

2 The Small Back Room by Nigel Balchin

Published in 1943, The Small Back Room is set in the world of wartime scientific research. Its protagonist, Sammy Rice, is profoundly damaged, alcoholic, a serial avoider of responsibility forced into an act of bravery. One of the great joys of the book is its portrayal of bureaucracy and office politics, and it’s beautifully-written.

3 Rogue Male by Geoffrey Household

The (unnamed) narrator sets out to see if he can stalk and prepare to shoot the (unnamed) head of state of a foreign nation. Supposedly interested only in the hunt itself, he doesn’t pull the trigger, but he’s caught by the dictator’s guards, escapes, and makes his way back to England, where he engages in a game of cat and mouse with foreign agents. Not a long novel, but an incredibly rich one.

4 Funeral In Berlin by Len Deighton

The IPCRESS File seems to get the most attention, but for my money this is Deighton’s best novel, a ferociously cool fable set in a Europe still bearing the scars and secrets of the recent War and still freshly-divided by the Berlin Wall. As always with Deighton, the writing is a joy.

5 Night Soldiers by Alan Furst

Furst’s novels form a huge mosaic centered around what has been called ‘the midnight of the century,’ the outbreak of the Second World War. This one, though, encompasses the whole period of the war, following Bulgarian Khristo Stoianev from his recruitment into the NKVD – the forerunner to the KGB – in the 1930s. It’s a wonderful piece of writing, detailed and calm and humane.

Europe In Autumn is out now!
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