Monthly Kindle Deals - Up to 80% off

Chris Schluep on November 02, 2020
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Every month brings a new set of Kindle Monthly Deals up to 80% off, which means that, for about the price of a hardcover book, you can easily fill your Kindle with a month’s worth of reading. February features lots of best-selling, popular works. I’ll cover a handful below, but be sure to check out the full slate. There is far too much to talk about in this post.

The Lost Children by Shirley Dickson

Historical novels set during the Second World War have established a dedicated following, and Shirley Dickson’s work has helped set the pace. The author of The Orphan Sisters brings us The Lost Children, a story about two siblings sent to the countryside for their protection, carrying with them an unopened letter that could decide their fates.

^^ASIN##B08B645454^^HEADLINE##“This story tugs at your heartstrings.”^^SUMMARY##In the country, Molly and Jacob must adjust to life with strangers. Every night they dream of returning home to the arms of their beloved mother. But then the unimaginable happens. Martha is killed in an explosion, leaving the twins all alone in the world.^^AWARD##Editors’ pick^^RATING##^^RANK##^^BEST##^^WORST##^^

Radical Candor by Kim Scott

First published in 2017, Kim Scott’s Radical Candor has sold more than half a million copies and has been translated into 20 languages. You don’t have to choose between being a pushy jerk and being a diplomatic pushover. With radical candor, you can take the honest, direct path to success.

^^ASIN##B07P9LPXPT^^HEADLINE##“If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all . . . right?”^^SUMMARY##“Radical Candor” is the perfect handbook for those who are looking to find meaning in their job and create an environment where people love both their work and their colleagues, and are motivated to strive to ever greater success.^^AWARD##Editors’ pick^^RATING##^^RANK##^^BEST##^^WORST##^^

Want by Lynn Steger Strong

The critical love for this literary novel has been overwhelming. Elizabeth is smart and ambitious, living in New York with a husband and two kids; but her family is perched at an economic precipice. As she senses her future fading, Elizabeth is led into unexpected territory. Want has been called a defining novel of our times.

^^ASIN##B07X18QGBH^^HEADLINE##“So engrossing and hard to put down.”^^SUMMARY##Grappling with motherhood, economic anxiety, rage, and the limits of language, “Want” is a fiercely personal novel that vibrates with anger, insight, and love.^^AWARD##Editors’ pick^^RATING##^^RANK##^^BEST##^^WORST##^^

The Shack by William P. Young

One of the last decade’s biggest books can be yours for less than five dollars. It’s The Shack, which sold more than a million copies and inspired a generation of readers. Invited to travel to an Oregon shack, purportedly by God, Mackenzie Allen Phillips embarks on a spiritual journey that will change his life.

^^ASIN##B001B8Z2S0^^HEADLINE##“Riveting, with twists that defy your expectations.”^^SUMMARY##After his daughter's murder, a grieving father confronts God with desperate questions — and finds unexpected answers.^^AWARD##Editors’ pick^^RATING##^^RANK##^^BEST##^^WORST##^^

Elsewhere by Dean Koontz

Koontz is a master of suspense, and in Elsewhere he offers us a father and daughter who have been given a mysterious and dangerous tool—referred to as “the key to everything”—which could bring them back the person they love most. Or it could cause irreparable damage and destruction.

^^ASIN##B086K31XRZ^^HEADLINE##“A fast-paced, hold-your-breath thriller with a heart.”^^SUMMARY##Somewhere out there in the multiverse, Michelle – adored wife and mother – is still alive. But dare Jeff and Amity – and Snowball – use the key to track her down, with the demonic posse after them and unknown terrors in the other versions of their world?^^AWARD##Editors’ pick^^RATING##^^RANK##^^BEST##^^WORST##^^

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