Today only, you can get The Man in the High Castle, The Shack, Six of Crows, and dozens of other books for up to $4.99 each.
In building up the hype before Prime Day 2019, Amazon is offering one of the most interesting Kindle Daily Deals in months.
Today only, over 50 books that were turned into popular movies and TV series are available for Kindle at prices set between $1.99 and $4.99 each.
On the list, you will find Career of Evil, the 3rd book in the Cormoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith. A popular BBC One series starring Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger is based on this novel, which costs today only $3.99 instead of
Philip K. Dick’s classic alternative history novel and Hugo Award winner The Man in the High Castle was the inspiration for Amazon’s original TV series. The novel can be purchased today for the price reduced to $2.99 from
$14.99. Kindle Unlimited subscribers can get this book free of charge.
Here are other books on the list:
- The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson – the book was turned into a 2013 international comedy directed by Felix Herngren. Today’s price: $2.99.
- Killing Eve: Codename Villanelle by Luke Jennings – the basis of the hit BBC America TV series. Today’s price: $2.99.
- Pines by Blake Crouch – the one-million copy bestseller that inspired the popular television series Wayward Pines produced by the Fox TV. Today’s price: $1.99.
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – soon to become a Netflix original series. Today’s price: $2.99.
It’s worth noting that if you are a Prime member and spend on Kindle books over $20 in total, you will get $5 back as a credit for next ebook purchases. This Prime-exclusive deal is valid by the end of the day, so you’d better hurry up.
Are you a Kindle user? Are you going to join Prime to take advantage of the Prime Day deals? Maybe you don’t have to. Here is a list of all Kindle deals that are currently available. Some of them can be grabbed by all Amazon customers, not only Prime subscribers.
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