Indeed, why not? One might think it a natural format for science fiction fans.
I am increasingly getting bored with this Kindle phenomena. Amazon is claiming 105 sold for every 100 physical books sold. But how many of these 100 physical copies are to people who own a Kindle? Anyone in Ireland (Amazon delivers free here) is sent off to the US website 'cause amazon.co.uk won't sell to them. Even there the selection is poor and often the books for sale aren't for delivery outside the US. Is this a scam to avoid paying VAT in the EU?
If Amazon don't want the Kindle to go the way of the BetaMax tape (and for those who remember Phillips 2000 too) then they need to start making titles available and make it possible for readers to give up chopping down trees.
It should also be cheaper to buy kindle than a physical book sent by post to another country - but that's another complaint altogether. Similar to the CDs cost more to make than tapes so they cost more to buy!
Interesting, ar least some of the Man Kzin War series are there (a series that I had vague memories of, but was not sure how familiar they might have been to others).
Still not my much missed Dream Park series though. Oh well, the moment when they would have been most useful on my Kindle has now passed, guess I am going to have to trawl through the backs of my cupboards to find the paperbacks again.
@StoK, you're probably right, the reason the Dream Parks hold such a hallowed place in my memory is that I'm pretty sure I read the first one way back in the early to mid eighties.