It’s here folks. The first of the month and that means new Kindle book deals! There are a lot of deals this month and some pretty good ones so check out what I think is the best of the month and then click the link at the end to view them all for yourselves.
The Burning God (The Poppy War #3)
A somewhat controversial series but undoubtedly popular and well sold. I was quite surprised to see this in the first page of the monthly deals but here you are.. If you’ve got the others on your Kindle then you might want to complete your collection. I have The Poppy War in paperback and so I’ve got to pick the others up at some point although it would help if I actually read TPW first..
The Last Wish (The Witcher 0.5)
The inspiration behind the huge game and popular tv show, The Last Wish is the first book (technically) in Geralt’s stories by the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. If you’ve played the game or watched the tv show (It’s on Netflix and is really good) then you can yourself some more of the monster hunter for just 0.99p.
She Who Became The Sun
Another surprise on the list. She Who Became The Sun is a popular book among SFF fans for its female protagonist and LGBT themes. This is also the first in what should be a trilogy under The Radiant Emperor series.
The Righteous by David Wragg is the sequel to The Black Hawks. I enjoyed TBH and thought it was a fun book. It’s similar in vibes to Kings of the Wyld and Bloody Rose but not quite as good. Still well worth more than 0.99 though so get it before Amazon changes their mind.
Valour by John Gwynne is the second book of the Faithful and the Fallen series. Really loved by everyone basically and I should really get round to starting the first one, Malice. Anyway, it’s here for dirt cheap so grab it if you haven’t read them as I regularly see these four books on offer at different times to one another.
The Witness for the Dead
The Witness for the Dead is the second book in the Goblin Emperor series by Katherine Addison. I don’t know much about this if I’m completely honest but hear good things and this wasn’t released that long ago either (June 22nd 2021) so it’s actually quite new.
One Day All This Will Be Yours
I read this book earlier this year and my review can be found here. TLDR – A fun book with tongue-in-cheek humour and sarcasm. Well worth 0.99 as a palette cleanser before that next big epic fantasy book.
The Science of Discworld
Find out where it all began (presumably) with The Science of Discworld. This is £1.99 but if you love comical fantasy with colourful characters then I’m sure you will love Discworld.
There are a lot more books on offer this month and of course I’ve just plucked out the most popular or well known ones for ease. You can have a shift through the full 6 pages here and let me know in the comments if you do pick anything up!