Kindle book deals/discount thread (Rolling)

Pluto Press have another 80% off ebook sale

(Lefty stuff in the same vein as Verso)


Couple of classics
The Bell Jar for £1.19
The French Lieutenant’s Woman

And a couple of others that I’ve heard good things about or enjoyed other books by the author
Back Trouble by Clare Chambers
Milk Teeth by Jessica Andrews

Haven’t read it but my partner is a huge fan of the author

10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World by Elif Shafak

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I’ve bought that when it was previously on offer, but not read it yet. But mainly because I also bought the author’s The Island Of Missing Trees, which I just didn’t get on with (nor did my partner), despite the plot having some potential. So it’s just bumped this one down my backlog list unfortunately!

Turns out we actually already have this one in hardback and my partner highly recommends it, but if you didn’t get on with the other one then I get why you’d push it down the backlog!

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Yeah, it could be that it’s amazing and I’m missing out due to the one bad experience, but will keep it waiting for a while just in case! :smiley:

Always been tempted by this author, largely because she is a loud and unrepentant metalhead

What would people be surprised to know about you?
I am huge fan of Gothic metal, industrial metal, Viking-Pagan-folk metal and metal core. Especially dark, loud, aggressive Scandinavian metal bands. I listen to this kind of music on repeat while I am writing my novels.

(Elif Shafak: "I am huge fan of Gothic metal")


N.K. Jemisin - The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

(Will keep buying her books on deals despite not having read any yet…)

Becky Chambers - The Galaxy, and the Ground Within: Wayfarers 4

Ursula K. Le Guin - The Other Wind: The Sixth Book of Earthsea


A pricey £1.99 but not bad for one of the most discussed books of the year


Have just bought this also:

Furies: Stories of the wicked, wild and untamed - feminist tales from 15 bestselling, award-winning authors
Including Margaret Atwood, Ali Smith and others.


My favourite of the wayfarers books :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: although it’s the one that benefits the most from having read the others


YES! Fankoo


Sea of Tranquility by Emily St John Mandel

The Candy House by Jennifer Egan (Goon Squad sequel)


Both absolutely brilliant books, I think Candy House might actually be better than Goon Squad

Fun sci-fi about a society where caste is based on ability to see certain colours

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Instant buy for both, added them to the increasingly large pile


Let’s be having it.

Uprooted by Naomi Novak.

Fantasy based on fairy tales. Had it on my wishlist so someone must have recommended it to me at some point but can’t remember who!


Read it a while ago so can’t really remember the details, but from memory it’s somewhere between “fine/10” and “better than the old beardy bloke fitting in as many tired fantasy tropes per chapter as they can”

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