Recent price drops #1
Hard for me to believe that after more than five years of this blog, I haven’t used this title before! 😉
You are probably thinking about gifts right now, and while I recently wrote
I know that a lot of you will want to give somebody a specific book…and that you prefer to do a well-known book (or at least, a well-known author).
Well, this a weekend when e-book prices may be particular volatile. There may be even better deals on some things on this Monday (November 30th)…Cyber Monday.
However, I think these recent price drops are well-known giftable books are worth noting…I don’t think they’ll tend to drop more on Monday, although with the potential of price matching, it could happen.
Before I list a few, I want to praise
which I consider to be the most valuable resource for Kindleers on the web.
They have a lot of free services…and this post is possible in part because of their “Price Drops” feature.
You can list specific books with them, and they’ll send you a free e-mail when it drops an amount you specify.
They also, though, list price drops across the Kindle store. You can filter and sort that, which I’ve done…and then I made the choices I thought would be most valuable for you.
I only looked at books which had dropped at least 30% and had at least 500 customer reviews.
Check the price before you click or tap that Buy button…prices could change at any time, and they may not apply in your country (I have readers around the world).
Please note also that some of these books may be available through
Amazon’s subser (subscription service). That means that subscribers to that service (I’m a happy one) could get those books at no additional cost. I’ll mark those with KU, when I know it.
You can buy these for gifts at this price, and delay the delivery until the appropriate gift giving occasion.
Here are a few that stood out to me:
- Catching Fire (The Hunger Games 2) by Suzanne Collins: $3.25 at time of writing…half what it was yesterday | KU
- Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen $1.99 | KU
- The English Girl by Daniel Silva $3.99
- New Moon (Twilight @3) by Stephenie Meyer $2.99
- Joyland by Stephen King $2.99
- Be Careful What You Wish For (Clifton Chronicles Book 4) by Jeffrey Archer $1.99
- Go the F**k to Sleep by Adam Mansbach | $0.62 (humor book for adults parodying children’s books)
- Hollow City: The Second Novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs | $0.52…an amazing price!
- A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole | $4.73
- The Forever War by Joe Haldeman | $1.99
- Rodrick Rules (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 2) by Jeff Kinney
- Pegasus by Danielle Steel | $7.99
- The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck | $3.90
- The Color Purple by Alice Walker | $3.90
- Howl’s Moving Castle (Howl’s Castle Book 1) by Diana Wynne Jones | $1.99
- Wicked Appetite (Lizzy & Diesel Book 1) by Janet Evanovich | $2.99
- Twelve Sharp (Stephanie Plum, No. 12) by Janet Evanovich | $2.99 (there is history through these books, but I wouldn’t say you need to read them in order…also available at this price: Four to Score, High Five, Hot Six, To the Nines)
- Night Moves by Nora Roberts | $1.99
- Batman: Year One by Frank Miller | $2.99
- The Great Santini by Pat Conroy | $3.90
- Isle of the Lost, The: A Descendants Novel (Descendants, The) by Melissa de la Cruz | $3.60 (buzzy Disney property with the children of famous Disney villains)
- Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige | $1.99 (dark version of Oz)
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