Are you looking for more books to read? Perhaps you’re wanting to fill your bookshelves, or else get some inspiration for your writing. Either way, you should check out this week’s book deals from Literary Edits. Each week, we recommend a selection of different books based on monthly and weekly book deals. These are either books which we have read (and loved), or books which we think our readers will love! Enjoy the deals!
5 Kindle Books Under £1
#1 – The Forgotten Village by Lorna Cook
In 1943, the villagers of Tyneham were asked to give their homes over to the British army. Amidst this upheaval, three of the villagers disappeared. Seventy five years later, Melissa is determined to unravel the mystery of Tyneham.
#2 – I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney
When Aimee’s husband disappears, a police investigation places her in the spotlight. The police think she’s hiding something, and they’re right. Aimee has a secret that she’s never shared, yet it seems that someone knows the truth.
#3 – If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman
Audrey’s family has fallen apart. Her two grown-up daughters, Jess and Lily, are estranged, and her two teenage granddaughters have never been allowed to meet. This family hides a secret, one that is keeping them apart.
#4 – Now You See Her by Heidi Perks
Charlotte is looking after her best friend’s daughter when she disappears. She thought the little girl was playing with her own children, but now she’s disappeared, and Charlotte is being questioned by the police.
#5 – The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
Roshar is a world filled with powerful storms. Yet it is also home to Shardblades, mystical weapons with the power to make a man invincible. The Way of Kings describes how these blades influence those around them.
5 Paperbacks Under £5
#1 – Call Me by Your Name by André Aciman
When romance blossoms between an adolescent boy and a guest staying at his parents’ cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera, each is unprepared for the consequences of their attraction. This epic love story follows their relationship.
#2 – The Penultimate Truth by Philip K. Dick
For fifteen years, humankind have been living underground, sustained by daily broadcasts of what they believe is happening on the surface: World War III. Only when someone reaches the surface, there is no war in sight.
#3 – Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch
Peter Grant is a Detective Constable for the Metropolitan Police Service, but this isn’t all: he is also a trainee wizard. There is a dark force at work in the streets of London, and it is up to Peter to keep everything together.
#4 – The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
In 1942, Lale Sokolov arrived in Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Tattooist of Auschwitz describes his story, providing an emotional account of the Holocaust as Lale reveals how, amid torture, he was able to fall in love.
#5 – The Word for World is Forest by Ursula K. Le Guin
When the inhabitants of a peaceful world are conquered by the bloodthirsty yumens, their existence is irrevocably altered. Forced into servitude, they find themselves at the mercy of their brutal masters.
5 Audiobooks Under £12
#1 – The First Mistake by Sandie Jones
Alice and Beth know that, together, they can survive anything. Yet when Alice’s husband, Nathan, starts going on more and more ‘business trips’, Alice begins to suspect that Beth is hiding something from her.
#2 – The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
Bilbo Baggins enjoys a comfortable, unambitious life. He rarely travels further than to the pantry of his hobbit-hole in Bag End, yet his contentment is disturbed when a company of thirteen dwarves arrive at his door.
#3 – Restless by William Boyd
What happens when everything you thought you knew about your mother turns out to be a lie? During the summer of 1976, Ruth Gilmartin discovers that her English mother, Sally, is really Eva Delectorskaya, a Russian spy.
#4 – Vox by Christina Dalcher
Jean McClellan spends her time in almost complete silence. She is limited to just 100 words a day; any more, and she will be shocked with electricity. Women have been silenced by the government, and Jean knows she must reclaim their voices.
#5 – We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
Six years ago, four members of the Blackwood family died of arsenic poisoning. Ever since then, Constance and her younger sister, Mary Katherine, have lived alone in their family home.
Thank you for reading! All of these books are listed under the prices stated during the writing of this post. Deals change quickly, though, so make sure you take advantage of them before they disappear!