Amazon Kindle Cheap Reads – My Top Picks

Browsing the Amazon Kindle sale is one of my favourite things and I have found so many great books through it. Reading paper books is an experience like no other but sometimes it’s just more economical to get the kindle version. More books is always a good thing no matter the format!

Here are some of the recent books I’ll be adding to my basket (even though I promised myself I wouldn’t buy any new books until I’d gotten through the last lot ssh)



The Hangman’s Daughter (A Hangman’s Daughter Tale Book 1) – £0.99

“A brilliantly detailed, fast-paced historical thriller, The Hangman’s Daughter is the first novel from German television screenwriter Oliver Pötzsch, a descendent of the Kuisls, a famous Bavarian executioner clan.”

This book sounds fascinating, who doesn’t love a bit of historical fiction? Bavaria is my second home so this is definitely going on my reading list.



Our Tiny, Useless Hearts – £0.99

“Henry has ended his marriage to Caroline and run off with his daughter’s teacher, Martha. Caroline, having shredded a wardrobe-full of Henry’s suits, has gone after them.

Craig and Leslie have dropped over from next door to catch up on the fallout from Henry and Caroline’s all-night row.”

Chick-lit is my kryptonite, I am a sucker for a bit of romantic comedy and this seems like it would be a nice break from the more challenging books I’ve been reading recently.



The Year I Met You – £1.49

“*Winner of the Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year*

A thoughtful, captivating and ultimately uplifting novel from this uniquely talented author”

From the author of P.S. I Love you, I was drawn to this book because of the reviews rather than the blurb. It sounds very light and inspiring – just what we all need right now.



I Was Here – £0.99

“A brand-new, heartwrenching novel from the bestselling author of If I Stay, Gayle Forman

This characteristically powerful novel follows eighteen-year-old Cody Reynolds in the months following her best friend’s shocking suicide.”

This seems like it would be of a similar feel to 13 Reasons Why (which I am missing so much and still regret not reading 😦 ) so has to go on my reading list for when I need a good cry!

If you have already read any of these, please let me know what you think!

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