Kindles books

(11 Posts)
Feenie Sat 16-Mar-13 22:23:04

The Personal History of Rachel Dupree - 95p and excellent.

What Have I Done? - really, really enjoyed this, and it's £1.59 atm.

The Half Life of Hannah - enjoyed this, £0.95.

Thursdays in the Park is quite good too, £0.20.

BreasticlesNTesticles Fri 15-Mar-13 18:55:44

I loved Wolf Hall and Bringing up the Bodies but I know they aren't for everyone.

Thanks everyone

I've already read The Help but I think I'll get the 100 Year Old Man and some of the others mentioned
Should keep me going for a bit!

DuchessofMalfi Fri 15-Mar-13 07:59:23

The Help and The Night Circus are both really good. I enjoyed The Night Circus very much.

Another one I've heard good things about is Mr Penumbra's 24 Hour Bookstore. It's currently around £2.80 (ish) on Amazon. Can't justify buying it myself as I've got quite a backlog to catch up on, but you might like to give it a go.

LordEmsworth Thu 14-Mar-13 21:06:16

I enjoyed the 100 Year Old Man, but I loved Harold Fry...

heronsfly Thu 14-Mar-13 21:04:40

I rather enjoyed the midwife of Hope river,

ALovelyBunchOfCoconuts Thu 14-Mar-13 21:03:16

the help and the night circus

Hard to know where to start!

The Hundred Year Old Man is a cracker, agreed. I also have Capital downloaded too, gets some good reviews.

There are loads at 20p right now, even some great free ones too, especially if you fancy a classic or two. If you go into the Amazon Kindle Books page, they have a Top 100 of paid and free books....

DuchessofMalfi Thu 14-Mar-13 16:56:56

How about The Hundred Year Old Man. I read it recently and enjoyed it. I think it may still be 20p on kindle. Another one I've got lined up is Capital. May also still be 20p.

JiltedJohnsJulie Thu 14-Mar-13 16:27:45

Just marking my place.

I haven't bought any Kindle books for ages but am just about to finish my latest one so I need some recommendations before I take DD to her club in half an hour!

What have you all recently read that's fabulous

and which books should I avoid

Thank you

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