Amazon: The Expanse Boxed Set by James S.A. Corey Only $21.99 Shipped (Regularly $40)

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This bestselling epic science fiction saga is now a major television series!

Hop on over to Amazon where The Expanse Boxed Set by James S. A. Corey is on sale for just $26.99 shipped (regularly $39.99).

Even better, for a limited time, you can save $5 off a $20+ book purchase when you use promo code GIFTBOOK18 at checkout making for a great deal on this set!

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The Expanse Boxed Set by James S. A. Corey $26.99 (regularly $39.99)
Use promo code GIFTBOOK18 ($5 off $20+ book purchase)
Final cost $21.99 shipped!

This boxed set includes Leviathan Wakes, Caliban’s War and Abaddon’s Gate which are the fist three novels in the Expanse series which is also a major television series!

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  1. Rachel

    This is by far one of the best book series I’ve read. I binged them all within a month.
    Space drama at its finest.

    • Rachel

      Point of my post is, def worth the buy.

      I’m an avid reader and I tell everyone about this series.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks for the great review! I’ve been looking for a new series to start!

    • Jenn

      Would these be appropriate for my 12 yr old daughter? She loves fantasy books and will read anything she can get her hands on.

      • beth

        It might be ok, but it would depend on the maturity of your daughter. There is some violence, but, I think more so, there is a very complex story filled with a lot of scientific concepts. I think if I had read this at the same time as a parent at that age, it would have been great as we could have discussed what was going on.
        If she is over YA books(Hunger Games, Uglies etc.) this might be a good series to start. It’s filled with a lot of plot twists and interesting events. I think the main thing that I enjoy is that the main character will always stand for what’s right, even if the odds are completely against him and he faces death. He simply will not compromise people who need protection and help for an easy escape and I find that to be rare in literature.

  2. Jill

    I agree with Rachel! Love this series!!

  3. Mariam

    Would you say this is good for adults, teens, or both? Thank you.

    • beth

      Definitely adults, depends on the maturity level of your teen. Anyone over 16 most assuredly, but I would say down to 12 depending on reading level and maturity.

  4. MM

    Are these appropriate for 14 year old?

  5. Alison

    I am also curious what age these books are good for? Thank you

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the helpful tip! I’ll have to remember that! I was just searching the age range on a book for my daughter last week!

    • Lauren

      Just an fyi, this link does not take you to the first book leviathan wakes, but instead a different book just called leviathan. This series was also made into a show on the syfy channel of you want to check it out.

    • beth

      So the book you have posted is very good for the tween/teen age range but is not the same as the series listed above.

  6. Rachel

    I am honestly not sure if it is appropriate or not for a teen. I don’t see why not. I have a 13 year old and I really wouldn’t mind if he read these. It’s been about a year since I binge read the first seven or so books that are out. There are a couple of “adult” themes but I cannot think of which books it shows in. Nothing ultimately graphic at all comes to mind. I’d read some in depth reviews and go based on that.

    I know in the show there is one instance I can think of that shows an adult situation. I remember thinking I didn’t want to watch it with my teen. But the books are mainly action packed space drama. That’s what lured me in. There’s some language, so if you’re weary about adult language for a teen, I’d steer clear. It isn’t too bad or foul. Just depends on your parental preferences!

    I’d suggest check out the show or try a sample of the book yourself. I find them absolutely amazing for adults though. I spent about $10 a piece of each book, so about $70 and I didn’t regret it one bit. This is coming from someone who rarely ever buys books full price!

    • Rachel

      All in all, the books were refreshing due to the level of drama and suspense, without being jammed packed with adult situations like most books out there.

      I really think any teen who likes space drama or sci fi will love them. It really all depends on their maturity level.

  7. Meagan

    Thanks for he great reviews ! I was just looking for good books for my 14 year old twin boys . It’s so hard to find ones they will read! These sound awesome and I would even read them too. Thanks !!

  8. Elizabeth

    Reading reviews, it says that it is laced with sex. I hate that, and makes it not appropriate for my kids, and I don’t appreciate smut in my books, either. Not worth it, even for a good story. Bummer. Anyone who read these confirm this? I did just finish “Storm Glass” that was posted a different day. Really good story and writing and clean.

    • beth

      I have read all of these and I don’t think they are smutty at all. However, there are adult situations and some of the characters get together. I don’t recall anything graphic however, more of a “they lost each themselves in each others arms” situation and even those are rare. You more get information about the actual relationships of the characters, talking about their lives and there are some great scenes of two characters in particular becoming closer emotionally.
      I think these books have great themes for teens because the main character has very specific moral compass and will not, under any circumstances do the wrong thing. Time and time again, he could abandon people or let entire planets die and he doesn’t. He risks his and his crew’s life to save some children who everyone assumes are lost and not worth going after. He stands up to entire governments just to do what’s right and faces death because of it. I think it’s a powerful message that doing what’s right isn’t always easy but you persevere.
      I would say teens 12-14 and up would be fine reading this. I think it would be a great book to read together and then you could discuss what happened. I loved sci-fi at that age and I think these would have been ok for me.

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