Generation Atheist is Free on Amazon Right Now

Last November, my friend Dan Riley wrote a book called Generation Atheist. It’s a collection of true stories about people who transitioned from godly to godless.

Today, at least for a limited time, the book is free on Kindle. I urge you to get your copy now if you haven’t already!

(Thanks to Rike for the link!)

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.

  • briabria

    Arigato, Hemant & Rike!

  • ImRike

    I just finished reading it – all in one setting. These are real stories by real atheists! I very much enjoyed it.

  • Baby_Raptor

    Figures…My kindle just bit the dust last week.

    • arensb

      Presumably you can still read read it in a web browser, or using the Kindle app for your tablet, phone, or dashboard display for some of the more high-end luxury cars.

      • Baby_Raptor

        I’ve made a mental note to look and see if there’s a way I can get it over to Google Reader…That’s what I started using in the immediate wake of the Kindle’s death.

        I can’t imagine having a dashboard book reader. I’d kill myself the first time I got behind the wheel!

        • arensb

          Do you mean Google Books? They just discontinued Reader.
          The Kindle edition linked to above has DRM. So you can’t just copy it to some other ebook reader. The best approach, IMHO, would be to contact the author or publisher and see whether it’s available without DRM, perhaps in another format like epub. If that were the case, you’d be able to read it with just about any ebook reader out there.

          • Baby_Raptor

            Google Books, yes. I knew that didn’t look right when I posted it…

            Thanks for the info. I’ll just deal with reading it on my phone. It already has the Kindle app.

            • ImRike

              There is a Kindle app for desktop (or laptop) computers free for download at Amazon.

  • allein

    Well, if I had a Kindle, I would…

    • sk3ptik0n

      You can install the kindle app to your computer and read it there.

  • Valorie

    Wow. Great book. I couldn’t put it down. Thanks for the hook-up.

  • Hero

    I’ve already bought two hard-copies of this book and given one away. Just downloaded to my kindle too now! Thanks for the heads up.

  • RobertoTheChi

    Thanks for letting us know. Just downloaded it to my Kindle and am looking forward to reading.

  • Drew M.

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • katiehippie

    Yay! Free books are the best.

  • UtahAtheist

    Looks like the free deal is over now, though it’s free to borrow for Amazon Prime members who own a Kindle (sadly, that’s not available with the Kindle app).

    • Librepensadora

      Thank you ever so much for posting that I can’t use the Prime borrow-for-free with my Kindle app for PC. You just saved me $80.

  • Tom Beaulieu

    I really missed out on this one. If anyone knows of, or hears of any great free or cheap books like this again, please share-share-share and let us know!