Ebook flash sale! 90% off!
The sun is out and we're feeling generous! Stock up your kindle for the long evenings ahead with 90% off ALL our ebooks! This flash sale will end on Sunday at 23.59 EST.
Apologies if you don't have an e-reader, but all our print books are currently 40% off paperbacks, 30% off hardbacks, so it's not all bad news.
Exciting new books include New Dark Age - James Bridle's brilliant new work revealing the dark clouds that loom over our technological future; Eileen Truax's timely We Built the Wall: How the US Keeps Out Asylum Seekers from Mexico, Central America and Beyond; Raj Patel and Jason Moore's A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet; Heather Gautney's analysis of Bernie Sanders' campaign, Crashing the Party; and Municipal Dreams - a compelling history of council housing in the UK.
Or how about tackling one of those *classics* or *massive doorstop tomes* that you never had the chance to before? Reading Capital by Althusser, Balibar, Ranciere et al; The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg (vol. 1 and vol. 2 and the Letters); Isaac Deutscher's The Prophet: The Life of Leon Trotsky; Lefebvre'sThe Critique of Everyday Life; Fredric Jameson's The Modernist Papers; or Perry Anderson's Lineages of the Absolutist State and Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism.
We have lots of reading lists to help narrow down your choices: see our Beach Reading here, as well as all our new Spring paperbacks. You can also look through these recent reading lists: Racism and the Rise of the Right, The Politics of Climage Change, Karl Marx: 200 Years, 50 Years on from 1968: Key Reading, '68 and the Situationists, A Walk Through Paris: French History reading, and International Women's Day Reading. All our student reading (books split into academic subject areas) can be found here.
Browse all our latest publishing on our Books page and see our series pages:
Not all our books are available in ebook format - sorry! We are working to digitise our backlist, but it is trickier with some older texts!
If you buy a print book from Verso and the ebook exists, then we will bundle the digital edition for FREE. You can start reading the ebook right away, then switch to the print edition when it arrives at your home, search digitally for a reference or quote while you’re at work or on the move, and then give away the print copy to a friend or comrade. The DRM-free ebook remains yours forever – on your e-reader or laptop, as well as in your library on the Verso website, available to read or download again at any time.
Our ebook instructions are here – Verso’s DRM-free ebooks can be read on ANY e-reader, computer or smartphone. So you can settle down to read it right away.