Artemis from Andy Weir is Out and Here’s Where to Buy It

Artemis by Andy Weir

Andy Weir is famous for his science thriller The Martian, and his highly anticipated second book, Artemis, is available. If you’re champing at the bit to get your copy read on to see where it’s available.

Artemis by Andy Weir
Andy Weir’s Artemis is available on Amazon, iBooks, and more

The book is a near future thriller that takes place on the first city on the moon, Artemis, where a criminal planning the perfect crime uncovers a conspiracy to take over the entire city.

Artemis on Amazon

Of course Amazon has Artemis on release day available in several formats. It costs US$16.49 in hardback, it’s inexplicably $19.95 in paperback, $13.99 for Kindle, and $9.99 as an MP3 CD.

Overnight shipping is available, and your can feed your need for instant gratification with the Kindle version right now.


Artemis is available on Apple’s iBooks Store for $13.99 if you want to start reading right away. You can buy it through the iBoos app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.

Barnes & Noble

Sometimes overnight delivery just isn’t good enough when you want to start reading a physical book like Artemis. Barnes & Noble has it in store today for $19.98 in hard back, and is also showing it available in paperback for $19.91, on Nook for $13.99, and as a $23.90 audiobook.

I’m all about shopping local when I can, so I like to visit the independent bookstores near me. Boulder Book Store and Tattered Cover, both in Colorado are my favorites. I really need to visit Portland so I can check out Powell’s, too.

2 thoughts on “Artemis from Andy Weir is Out and Here’s Where to Buy It

  • Jeff:

    Thanks for the heads up. Planetary Radio’s Mat Kaplan did an interview with Weir last week just ahead of the release date, and apparently, a movie is already in the offing.

    That said, while I enjoyed The Martian, and appreciated the attention to technical detail displayed in the story, I can’t help but wonder at the many hard science fiction writers whose work goes uncelebrated, and whose creative genius marries cutting edge theoretical science with brilliant storytelling across a broad range. Mind you, Weir’s work is impressive in both its attention to scientific plausibility and storytelling. However, prolific authors like Baxter, Bear, Bova (just to name three “B’s”) and Kim Stanley-Robinson must all be shaking their heads in astonishment.

    No doubt, I’ll download a copy of Artemis, enjoy it and likely watch the movie when it comes out. What I wouldn’t give to see some of these other works so treated.

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