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Amazing Book Deals V.2

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On 10/3/2017 at 6:44 PM, Lord Patrek said:

GRRM's A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is 3.99$ on Kindle. US only.

I picked this one up along with The Murderbot Diaries 1 for 3.99.  Thanks!

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Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams: Volume 1: The stories which inspired the hit Channel 4 series for £1.99. Offer ends soon.

The City & The City by China Miéville for £1.19

Dark Tales (Penguin Modern Classics) by Shirley Jackson for £1.99

The Vorrh by Brian Catling for £0.99

Rotherweird by Andrew Caldecott for £1.99

Some Kind of Fairy Tale by Graham Joyce for £2.99

Strange Practice (Dr. Greta Helsing #1) by Vivian Shaw for £1.99

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel for £0.99

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Boy's Life by Robert McCammon, his best and one of my all-time favorites, is currently $1.99 for Kindle on US Amazon.

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Ready Player One and Rivers of London at 99p on Amazon today.

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Evil is a Matter of Perspective: An Anthology of Antagonists, edited by Adrian Collins, the man who runs Grimdark Magazine, is 0.99$ on Kindle (US and Canada).

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Night Shade Books Humble Book Bundle: Multi-Genre Fiction

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This bundle is your ticket to new worlds! Immerse yourself in horror, science fiction, fantasy, and mystery from our friends at Night Shade Books. You'll find tales by George R. R. Martin, Paolo Bacigalupi, Neil Gaiman, Jane Yolen, Stephen King, Kelly Link, Orson Scott Card, Ray Bradbury, Ursula K. Le Guin, Jeff Vandermeer, Brandon Sanderson, and even Jack Kerouac! (The bundle includes a lot of other fantastic authors too, but we're starting to run out of room.)

 

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Amazon UK has a number of fantasy titles on offer in their “big deal” in the kindle store today.  Blackwing by Ed McDonald from this year plus the Prefect from Alistair Reynolds, House of Shattered Wings and a bunch of other classic and recent books.

edit - apparently it’s a Gollancz sale so it’s across all the ebook platforms.

Edited by john

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19 hours ago, john said:

Amazon UK has a number of fantasy titles on offer in their “big deal” in the kindle store today.  Blackwing by Ed McDonald from this year plus the Prefect from Alistair Reynolds, House of Shattered Wings and a bunch of other classic and recent books.

edit - apparently it’s a Gollancz sale so it’s across all the ebook platforms.

Also available in the rest of Europe.

I think I picked a lot of the titles up already in previous years, they are worth checking out.

edit: Full list here https://www.gollancz.co.uk/2017/11/gollancz-festival-ebook-sale/

(and since when is Earthsea YA??)

Edited by Seli

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On 11/4/2017 at 7:07 AM, Seli said:

Also available in the rest of Europe.

I think I picked a lot of the titles up already in previous years, they are worth checking out.

edit: Full list here https://www.gollancz.co.uk/2017/11/gollancz-festival-ebook-sale/

(and since when is Earthsea YA??)

Interestingly, A Wizard of Earthsea was what Le Guin wrote after she was asked by a publisher to write a  fantasy novel for a YA audience specifically. Le Guin discusses this a bit in the afterword for my copy of A Wizard of Earthsea.

If you haven't read them, the afterwords for Wizard and The Tombs of Atuan are both well worth it, in my opinion (haven't read The Farthest Shore yet).

I've been reading through the series this year and enjoying it as an adult, but it is indeed YA.

 

Edited by Macadangdang Jr.

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7 hours ago, Lord Patrek said:

Fritz Leiber's Our Lady of Darkness, World Fantasy Award winner, is 3.82$ on Kindle. US only.

Forced me to buy another book, Pat.

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21 hours ago, RedEyedGhost said:

Forced me to buy another book, Pat.

At that price, it's hard to resist! ;)

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Melanie Rawn's Dragon Prince is 2.99$ on Kindle (US only).

The two sequels are also on sale for 5.99$. And Stronghold, the first volume in the second trilogy, is also 2.99$.

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Mishell Baker's Borderline is (currently?) priced at around €3.50. I not yet read it but have heard good things about it when it was nominated for a Nebula earlier this year.

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Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast is $1.99 right now.

Edit:  So are Butcher's Cold Days, Heinlein's Starship Troopers

Edited by Lily Valley

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