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Rudy Rucker eBooks

Last updated September 1, 2019.

By now all of my books are available as ebooks. The ebook market is constantly in flux, but on this page, I’ll provide links to some of the ebook store-fronts with my titles.

Regarding ebooks, there are two ebook formats: Kindle and EPUB. Kindle is for the Amazon Kindle device. EPUB is for all other readers, including tablets, mobile phones, computers, and ebook readers.

Transreal Books site has all my ebooks in Kindle and EPUB formats.

Amazon Kindle  has all my titles in Kindle format.

Apple Books uses the EPUB format.

Google Play uses the EPUB format.

Kobo uses the EPUB format.

NOOK books from Barnes & Noble uses EPUB format.

On some of these store-fronts, you need to go to bottom of the page and click to see more pages.

My very first book, Geometry, Relativity, and the Fourth Dimension is cataloged as being by “Rudolf Rucker,” so you won’t see it on most of the store-front links.  Use this universal link for that book.

And if you just want to browse some of my books, look at the free web page edtions on my Free Books  page.

2 Responses to “Rudy Rucker eBooks”

  1. Tomas Wang Says:

    Hello Mr. Rucker!
    It has been a long time since we last met. I was a student of yours from the 1990’s. I remember taking a C++ course with you ( I forgot the course name) at SJSU.
    It was, I believe, an introductory course to C++. I remember that you taught us to write simple ant/bug simulations using a graphics mode that was 320×200 with 256 colours. One of the programs was to simulate a red dot and making it grow into a thick red line as the simulation ran on. I thought the course had a very nice and gradually progressive pace. I was wondering if I could have a copy of your original course lesson plans with the source code for each of the lesson from that course? I’ll might be teaching basic programming to students at the elementary/intermediate level and would like to adapt that coursework to work with younger students using either javascript or python.

  2. Rudy Rucker Says:

    Hi Tomas. Those were fun years teaching those courses at SJSU. I remember your name, and I think you were a good student. I always loved graphical programs. I’m nowhere near organized enough to have full sets of class notes from 30 years ago, though! But there are some info pages about my old classes still online here…don’t know if those would help.
    Another thought is that I published a book called “Software Engineering and Computer Games” You can find a free PDF of the book online at
    There might be some useful code for you in there, and the section in the back on C++ might help you. Good luck with your teaching.

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