Today’s KDD: up to 80% off 16 must-read best sellers
is a great selection for those of my readers who wait for books from tradpubs (traditional publishers) to go on sale!
They are bestselling, highly rated, and there are ones with thousands of reviews.
I would guess most of you have at least heard of many of these, and have likely read a couple (there are two I would guess most of you have read).
If you have read them and don’t want them in your own library, you could consider them for gifts. You can delay the delivery of an e-book gift until the appropriate gift giving occasion. As always, check the price before you click or tap that Buy button: the prices may not apply in your country, for one thing.
Here’s the list:
- The English Spy by Daniel Silva (3388 customer reviews) $3.99
- Yes Please by Amy Poehler (2580 customer reviews) $2.99
- The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham (1069 customer reviews) $2.99
- Warriors of the Storm (Saxon Tales) by Bernard Cornwell (533 customer reviews) $3.99…and 4.7 stars out of 5!
- Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter (2668 customer reviews) $2.99
- The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis (Narnia) (4436 customer reviews) $1.99…I feel like you should have this one in your library 🙂
- Iron Wolf by Dan Brown (185 customer reviews) $1.99
- One Wish (Thunder Point) (728 customer reviews) $2.99
- Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes (1492 customer reviews) $2.99
- Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely (966 customer reviews) $2.99: I thought this was great, even important
- Come Away with Me by Karma Brown (83 customer reviews) $1.99
- The Giving Tree by Shel Silvestein (2135 customer reviews) $1.99…some people’s favorite book
- America the Beautiful by Dr. Ben Carson, MD (3383 customer reviews) $1.99 4.8 stars
- The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl (147 reviews) $1.99
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