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Thursday, 9 July 2015

Kindle Summer Book Sale 2015!

Just a quick post today to let you know that the Kindle Summer book sale is now on. I love when they have a sale and even though I have far too many unread books as it is, at these prices there's really no harm in getting a few more..right?!

Here's my suggestions (I'm not giving descriptions cause there's too many but click on the book titles for links to the site):

The Shock of the Fall. I haven't read this but all the reviews have been wonderful. It focuses on one man's mental health issues, so probably not the happiest of reads but it's certainly had a lot of praise.

Eleanor and Park. I have read this one and loved it. It's a YA love story but is very accessible for adult-adults too.  

Love, Nina: Dispatches From Family Life. I've also read this one and although not a lot happens (it's a nannies letters to her sister during the 80's in London), it's a very comforting book and a pleasant read. 

Delerium. This is the first of a YA trilogy and has been described as a "dystopian Romeo and Juliet". SOLD. 

Memoirs of a Geisha. Possibly most people have read this by now, but if not, you should! Plus it's only £1.89!!

In the Woods. Lookit, I'm always banging on about Tana French. This is her first novel and well worth a read. 

The Virgin Suicides. This one divides opinion but I've always loved it. 

Cider With Rosie. I haven't read this since I was a lot younger but I remember it being wonderful. 

Look Behind You. I haven't read this at all but I just bought it because it's got good reviews and looks like a decent thriller with an interesting premise. 

I also just bought Z: A Novel Of Zelda Fitzgerald. I've wanted this one for a while!

In case none of those take your fancy, I've also spotted this lot:
The five people you meet in heaven, The Maze Runner, Into The darkest Corner, Half of a Yellow Sun, American Wife, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, Fight club and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

Happy shopping!


  1. I got The Virgin Suicides, I had a battered copy as a teen and can barely remember it so I'm looking forward to reading it again! I loved The Shock of the Fall, I thought it was a brilliant book. I love and hate these kindle sales equally!

    1. I know, I've way too many unread books as you know but I can't help myself with these sales. Like, i'll keep going back just to make sure there's nothing else I want!!

  2. Thanks, I have been meaning to try Tana French so I got that, and three other books well!!