Today’s KDD: “popular best sellers”
In a recent post
I polled my readers:
- Yes…they are so high-priced now, I don’t tend to buy them unless they go on sale 64.29%
- No…I’m not as interested in them as I used to be 21.43%
- I never bought Big 5 books enough to care 12.5%
- I don’t know 1.78%
Well, the nearly two-thirds of you who care may be thrilled with today’s
They are considerable discounts on popular bestsellers from the Big 5 tradpubs (traditional publishers).
You might have been waiting for these books to on sale for yourself, or you might want to buy one or more of them as a gift (you can delay delivery until the appropriate gift giving occasion).
Check the price before you click or tap that Buy button…for one thing, this probably only applies in the USA.
All prices and review counts below are at time of writing.
- The Martian by Andy Weir $4.99 (27103 customer reviews)
- Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn $4.99 (42873 customer reviews)
- Red Rising by Pierce Brown $1.99 (2724 customer reviews)
- Grey by E.L. James $4.99 (1271 customer reviews)
- Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert $4.99 (1017 customer reviews)
- The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey $2.99 (2172 customer reviews)
- Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates $3.99 (1414 customer reviews)
- Gathering Prey $3.99 (Prey #25) (3580 customer reviews)
- The Maze Runner $3.99 (7328 customer reviews)
- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart $3.99 (2211 customer reviews)
- The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman $2.99 (1790 customer reviews)
- Silver Linings by Debbie Macomber $4.99 (1121 customer reviews)
- Thirteen Reasons Why $2.99 (3069 customer reviews)
- Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut $1.99 (2329 customer reviews)
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