The Bargain Bookstore


Rune Priest
Today's deals on Amazon include:

Dune, by Frank Herbert (Dune 1) is 99p

The Big Deal is 21 books by Terry Goodkind; I'm not going to link to them individually:
It looks like the first 12 books in the Sword if Truth series plus #17 and 2 prequels, books 1-5 of the Children of Dhara series, book 3 of the Nicci Chronicles, and a stand-alone.


Rune Priest
The February Amazon deals are up. A better selection than last month (which was frankly dreadful); I actually got a couple.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor (Daughter of Smoke & Bone 1) is 99p

Dragonquest, by Anne McCaffrey (Pern 2) is 99p REPEAT

Pandora's Star, by Peter F Hamilton (Commonwealth Saga 1) is 99p

The End of All Things, by John Scalzi (Old Man's War 6) is 99p

Toll the Hounds, by Stephen Erikson (Malazan Book of the Fallen 8) is £1.99 REPEAT

The Tiger and the Wolf, by Adrian Tchaikovsky (Echoes of the Fall) is 99p

The Diamond Throne, by David Eddings (The Elenium 1) is 99p REPEAT

European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman, by Theodora Goss (The Extraordinary Adventures of the Athena Club Book 2) is 99p REPEAT


Staff member
Tales from the Folly (Rivers of London Shorts) by Ben Aaronvitch is 99p.

The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett is GBP 1.99

The Secret Chapter (Invisible Library #6) by Genevieve Cogman is 99p.

A Memory called Empire by Arkady Martine is 99p (Hugo Award 2020)

Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr Omnibus (The Inheritance Cycle) by Christopher Paolini is 99p

Ring of Spies (Richard Prince #3) by Alex Gerlis is 99p

Prague Fatale (Bernie Gunther 8) by Philip Kerr is 99p

Hitler's Peace by Philip Kerr is 99p

I think you'll find it's a bit more complicated than that by Ben Goldacre is 99p

Rounding the Mark (Inspector Montalbano 7) by Andrea Camilleri is 99p

The Snack Thief (Inspector Montalbano 3) by Andrea Camilleri is 99p

The Woodcutter by Kate Danley is 99p

The Names of the Dead by Kevin Wignall is 99p

Some of this may be limited time deals.


Staff member
Interesting - Rendezvous is one of my all-time favourite books. It stands alone (and did for years). The sequels don't exist for me, just like Highlander 2 and 3. When did I review it?