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Last few days to get your hands on four top Pax Britannia books absolutely free

Subscriptions are great. Not only do you get your monthly fix of SFX delivered straight to your front door early but you save oodles of cash by subscribing AND you receive a coverline free copy, available exclusively to subscribers!

Not bad eh? Best of all though for the next few days new subscribers will receive four incredible books from Abaddon’s steampunk range Pax Britannia: the first three Quicksilver books ( Human Nature , Leviathan Rising and Unnatural Factory by Jonathan Green), and the first El Sombra book by Al Ewing.

Follow the adventures of dandy and agent to the crown Ulysses S Quicksilver as he seduces and fights his way across Magna Britannia and the British Empire in the name of the steam-borg Queen Victoria, now 160 years into her reign. Thrill as Quicksilver tackles dinosaurs, crazed revolutionaries, giant steampowered robots and a shady mastermind intent on the downfall of the Empire itself! Across the Atlantic Ocean, the Fuhrer’s vision is becoming a reality in the heart of Mexico, where men are transformed into clockwork slaves and steampowered Nazi machines terrify the populace. Into this nightmare comes El Sombra, the Saint of Ghosts, ready to overthrow evil wherever it rears its head!

For a bargain-tastic £22 every six months you’ll not only receive an SFX flavoured sci-fi infusion each month, but new subscribers who sign up before 12 June will receive these four unmissable Pax Britannia books (worth £32) absolutely free! If you’ve got even a vague interest in steampunk, or reading for that matter, you owe it to yourself to check these four out. To subscribe now and get your free copies of Human Nature , Leviathan Rising , Unnatural Factory and El Sombra order online here or call 0844 848 2852 Monday-Friday 8am-9:30pm, Saturdays 8am-4pm and quote the code p085. Keep the candle burning for The Summer Of SF Reading with this fantastic offer.

Jordan is the Community Editor at SFX and Total Film. When he isn't watching movies or sci-fi shows of questionable quality he's probably shooting men in space or counting down the days till the next Zelda comes out.