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99p -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">A Bit of a Stretch: The Diaries of a Prisoner - by Chris Atkins</a>

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You: A Guide to the Universe - by Marcus Chown</a>

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It also seems the 1 pound credit for delayed delivery is back. Hit and miss in what for but had 3 quid now
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Niche, but first time cheap for the well-reviewed -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Come as You Are - by Emily Nagoski </a> - female/couple sexuality - @ £1.99

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse - by Matthew Syed</a> - business creativity - @ 99p
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<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Weaveworld - Clive Barker [99p]</a>
4.5/5 (365 ratings)
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Here is storytelling on a grand scale — the stuff of which a classic is made. Weaveworld begins with a rug — a wondrous, magnificent rug — into which a world has been woven. It is the world of the Seerkind, a people more ancient than man, who possesses raptures — the power to make magic. In the last century they were hunted down by an unspeakable horror known as the Scourge, and, threatened with annihilation, they worked their strongest raptures to weave themselves and their culture into a rug for safekeeping. Since then, the rug has been guarded by human caretakers.

The last of the caretakers has just died.

Vying for possession of the rug is a spectrum of unforgettable characters: Suzanna, granddaughter of the last caretaker, who feels the pull of the Weaveworld long before she knows the extent of her own powers; Calhoun Mooney, a pigeon-raising clerk who finds the world he's always dreamed of in a fleeting glimpse of the rug; Immacolata, an exiled Seerkind witch intent on destroying her race even if it means calling back the Scourge; and her sidekick, Shadwell, the Salesman, who will sell the Weaveworld to the highest bidder.

In the course of the novel the rug is unwoven, and we travel deep into the glorious raptures of the Weaveworld before we witness the final, cataclysmic struggle for its possession.

Barker takes us to places where we have seldom been in fiction--places terrifying and miraculous, humorous, and profound. With keen psychological insight and prodigious invention, his trademark graphic vision balanced by a spirit of transcendent promise, Barker explores the darkness and the light, the magical and the monstrous, and celebrates the triumph of the imagination.
Horror

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Red Dragon - Thomas Harris [99p]</a>
6.6/5 (764 ratings)
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THE LEGENDARY THRILLER THAT CREATED DR HANNIBAL LECTER

Will Graham was a brilliant profiler of criminals for the FBI - until he suffered terrible injuries in the process of capturing Dr Hannibal 'the Cannibal' Lecter.

Years later, a serial killer nicknamed 'the Tooth Fairy' is massacring entire families each full moon. With the FBI desperate for progress, Will reluctantly agrees to consult. But he soon realises that he alone can't crack the case; he needs the help of the only mind even better than his own at understanding the mentalities of psychopaths.

The mind of Hannibal Lecter.

But Hannibal is playing his own twisted game from the asylum for the criminally insane. Will isn't alone in getting advice from the cannibal. So is the Tooth Fairy - the man haunted by visions of the murderous Red Dragon...
Comedy

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Alan Partridge - Nomad [99p]</a>
4.5/5 (420 ratings)
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In ALAN PARTRIDGE: NOMAD, Alan dons his boots, windcheater and scarf and embarks on an odyssey through a place he once knew - it's called Britain - intent on completing a journey of immense personal significance.

Diarising his ramble in the form of a 'journey journal', Alan details the people and places he encounters, ruminates on matters large and small and, on a final leg fraught with danger, becomes - not a man (because he was one to start off with) - but a better, more inspiring example of a man.

This deeply personal book is divided into chapters and has a colour photograph on the front cover. It is deeply personal. Through witty vignettes, heavy essays and nod-inducing pieces of wisdom, Alan shines a light on the nooks of the nation and the crannies of himself, making this a biography that biographs the biographer while also biographing bits of Britain.
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Any Shriver fans ? (Need to Talk About Kevin). First time ever reduced, now 99p ...

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">The Motion of the Body Through Space - by Lionel Shriver</a>
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Never been less than £8 since publication in 2018, now just 99p for the well-reviewed 1000-pager. 4.8/5 (895 votes). Be quick.

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Churchill: Walking with Destiny - by Andrew Roberts</a>
  • This terrific book, which bursts with character, humour and incident on almost every page ... is undoubtedly the best single-volume life of Churchill ever written (Dominic Sandbrook Sunday Times)
  • It's the sort of biography that, one feels, Churchill himself would have wanted. Colossal, energetic, deeply knowledgeable, properly critical, but also sympathetic and, in places, deliciously funny (Noel Malcolm Sunday Telegraph)
  • An original portrait of an all-too-familiar figure ... He enriches the saga with wonderful examples of Churchill's aristocratic eccentricity, glittering oratory and wit (Piers Brendon Literary Review)
  • Roberts has produced a more complete picture of his subject than any previous biography. His certainly knocks into a cocked hat Boris Johnson's boisterously self-referential effort of a few years ago (Economist)
  • Brilliant, breathtaking, unputdownable ... All Roberts's past life has been but a preparation for this hour and this work, and this brilliant book is a fitting crown to his own career (Michael Gove Evening Standard)
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Like this one a lot.

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Dogs of War - Dogs of War [99p]</a>
4.6 out of 5 [300 ratings]
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Rex is also seven foot tall at the shoulder, bulletproof, bristling with heavy calibre weaponry and his voice resonates with subsonics especially designed to instil fear. With Dragon, Honey and Bees, he's part of a Multiform Assault Pack operating in the lawless anarchy of Campeche, Mexico. A genetically engineered Bioform, he's a deadly weapon in a dirty war. All he wants to be is a Good Dog. And to do that he must do exactly what Master says and Master says he's got to kill a lot of enemies.

But who, exactly, are the enemies? What happens when Master is tried as a war criminal? What rights does the Geneva Convention grant weapons? Do Rex and his fellow Bioforms even have a right to exist?
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2 goodies at 99p -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">We Need To Talk About Kevin - by Lionel Shriver </a> - only the second time at 99p - an amazing (grim) read, recommended.

And then, to cheer yourself up -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Tall Tales and Wee Stories: The Best of Billy Connolly - by Billy Connolly</a> (4.8/5, 1685 ratings) - first time cheap.
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<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Pandora's Star (Commonwealth Saga Book 1) - Peter F. Hamilton [99p]</a>
4.4/5 (669 ratings)
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The first part of the epic Commonwealth Saga, Pandora's Star by Peter F. Hamilton is a fantastic galaxy-spanning novel from the master of space opera.

Earth AD 2329: Humanity has colonized over four hundred planets, all interlinked by wormholes. For the first time in mankind's history there is peace.

Then a star over a thousand light years away suddenly vanishes, imprisoned inside a force field of immense size.

Only a faster-than-light starship, captained by ex-NASA astronaut Wilson Kime, can reach that distance to investigate.

But there was a good reason for sealing off an entire star system. And getting in may not be as difficult as stopping something from getting out . . .

The Commonwealth Saga concludes with Judas Unchained.
<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">The Wandering Earth - Cixin Liu[£1.69]</a>
4.3/5 (153 ratings)
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NOW A #1 BLOCKBUSTING FILM.

The Sun is dying. Earth will perish too, consumed by the star in its final death throes. But rather than abandon their planet, humanity builds 12,000 mountainous fusion engines to propel the Earth out of orbit and onto a centuries-long voyage to Proxima Centaurai...

Cixin Liu is one of the most important voices in world Science Fiction. A bestseller in China, his novel, The Three-Body Problem, was the first translated work of SF ever to win the Hugo Award.

Here is the first collection of his short fiction: ten stories, including five Chinese Galaxy Award-winners. This collection's title story, The Wandering Earth, is the biggest SF movie ever to come out of China – taking the world's #1 box office ranking in February 2019.

Liu's writing takes the reader to the edge of the universe and the end of time, to meet stranger fates than we could have ever imagined. With a melancholic and keen understanding of human nature, Liu's stories show humanity's attempts to reason, navigate and, above all, survive in a desolate cosmos.

'Cixin's trilogy is SF in the grand style, a galaxy-spanning, ideas-rich narrative of invasion and war' GUARDIAN.

'Wildly imaginative, really interesting ... The scope of it was immense' BARACK OBAMA, 44th President of the United States.
<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Beneath the World, a Sea - Chris Beckett [99p]</a>
3.8/5 (40 ratings)
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'A disturbing descent into a surreal world, written with a deft hand.' Adrian Tchaikovsky, winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award 2016

South America, 1990. Ben Ronson, a British police officer, arrives in a mysterious forest to investigate a spate of killings of Duendes. These silent, vaguely humanoid creatures - with long limbs and black button eyes - have a strange psychic effect on people, unleashing the subconscious and exposing their innermost thoughts and fears.

Ben becomes fascinated by the Duendes, but the closer he gets, the more he begins to unravel, with terrifying results...

Beneath the World, A Sea is a tour de force of modern fiction - a deeply searching and unsettling novel about the human subconscious, and all that lies beneath.


'Beckett is superb at undercutting reader assumptions with a casual line of dialogue or acute psychological observation: the book reads like Conrad's Heart of Darkness reimagined by JG Ballard.' Guardian
Weird Fiction/Fantasy

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Perdido Street Station - China Miéville [99p]</a>
4.1/5 (555 ratings)
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Winner of the August Derleth award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Perdido Street Station is an imaginative fantasy thriller, and the first of China Miéville's novels set in the world of Bas-Lag.

The metropolis of New Crobuzon sprawls at the centre of its own bewildering world. Humans and mutants and arcane races throng the gloom beneath its chimneys, where the rivers are sluggish with unnatural effluent, and factories and foundries pound into the night. For more than a thousand years, the parliament and its brutal militia have ruled over a vast array of workers and artists, spies, magicians, junkies and whores. Now a stranger has come, with a pocketful of gold and an impossible demand, and inadvertently something unthinkable is released. Soon the city is gripped by an alien terror – and the fate of millions depends on a clutch of outcasts on the run from lawmakers and crime-lords alike.

The urban nightscape becomes a hunting ground as battles rage in the shadows of bizarre buildings. And a reckoning is due at the city's heart, in the vast edifice of Perdido Street Station. It is too late to escape.
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Rarely cheap, highly rated, now just 99p -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Fall Out: A Year of Political Mayhem - by Tim Shipman</a> - 600 pages
This is the unmissable inside story of the most dramatic general election campaign in modern history and Theresa May’s battle for a Brexit deal.
"Shipman (Political Editor of the Sunday Times) - his 'All Out War' was last year’s bestselling guide to the referendum campaign. This sequel takes up where that left off … Shipman’s books are fast becoming classics" -- Gaby Hinsliff, Guardian


<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">I Know This Much Is True: A Novel - by Wally Lamb</a> - 900 pages
Set against the vivid panoply of twentieth-century America and filled with richly drawn, memorable characters, this deeply moving and thoroughly satisfying novel brings to light humanity's deepest needs and fears, our aloneness, our desire for love and acceptance, our struggle to survive at all costs. Joyous, mystical, and exquisitely written, an extraordinary reading experience that will leave no reader untouched.
"Thoughtful . . . heart-wrenching . . . . An exercise in soul-baring storytelling. It's hard to read and to stop reading, and impossible to forget." — USA Today


<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Seeing Further: The Story of Science and the Royal Society - by Bill Bryson</a> - 400 pages (I've been waiting for this to drop)
The story of science from 1660 to the present - edited and introduced by Bill Bryson, with contributions from Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Richard Holmes, Martin Rees, Richard Fortey, Steve Jones, James Gleick and Neal Stephenson amongst others.
‘Provocative, admirable and highly readable’ -- Sunday Times
‘This is a book with cerebral riches, heavy with history, to be consumed at leisure…it is also beautifully illustrated’ -- Guardian


<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">I Think You’ll Find It’s a Bit More Complicated Than That - by Ben Goldacre</a> - 500 pages
‘In a busy world where most of us believe what we’re told, the science writer Goldacre looks behind the quackery. He uses close critical appraisal to show that many medical claims are akin to magic and that television presents “real” science as cheap stage effects. And don’t even get him started on bad academia, biased government and credulous media. In short, everything you take at face value is wrong.’ -- The Times
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ColinP wrote:<a data-source='tweals' data-type='Amazon UK' class='affiliatelink' href='http://www.thedigitalfix.com/affiliatelink/gA3R1D'>[ Kindle ] Dead Famous by @greg_jenner is just 99p</a>
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<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Fall or, Dodge in Hell - Neal Stephenson [£1.99]</a>
3.4/5 (680 ratings)
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What if we could live forever?

What if we did?

In Fall or, Dodge in Hell exists a world where we hold the keys to our own mortality, where the limits of survival no longer exist, and the potential to decide our fates lies in our corruptible hands.

From one of the greatest speculative writers of our time comes an epic saga of life and death, power and technology, and a future that isn’t as far away as it seems…
<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">The Man Who Fell to Earth (S.F. MASTERWORKS) - Walter Tevis [99p]</a>
4.4/5 (189 ratings)
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Thomas Jerome Newton is an extraterrestrial from the planet Anthea, which has been devastated by a series of nuclear wars, and whose inhabitants are twice as intelligent as human beings. When he lands on Earth - in Kentucky, disguised as a human - it's with the intention of saving his own people from extinction. Newton patents some very advanced Anthean technology, which he uses to amass a fortune. He begins to build a spaceship to help the last 300 Antheans migrate to Earth. Meanwhile, Nathan Bryce, a chemistry professor in Iowa, is intrigued by some of the new products Newton's company brings to the market, and already suspects Newton of being an alien. As Bryce and the FBI close in, Newton finds his own clarity and sense of purpose diminishing.
<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Flowers For Algernon (S.F. MASTERWORKS) - Daniel Keyes [99p]</a>
4.7/5 (1944 ratings)
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The classic novel about a daring experiment in human intelligence

Charlie Gordon, IQ 68, is a floor sweeper and the gentle butt of everyone's jokes - until an experiment in the enhancement of human intelligence turns him into a genius.

But then Algernon, the mouse whose triumphal experimental transformation preceded his, fades and dies, and Charlie has to face the possibility that his salvation was only temporary.
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Niche I know, so if you don't like, please keep scrolling ...

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging - by Afua Hirsch</a> @ 99p - first time ever cheap
  • "... a fierce, thought-provoking and fervent take on the most urgent questions facing us today." -- (Financial Times)
  • "Skilfully blending memoir, history and social commentary around race, culture and identity. Hirsch writes with an incisive honesty that disproves the idea that privilege can be easily reduced to racial binaries... we do need to talk about it if anything is to change." -- (Times Literary Supplement)
  • "A warm, informative and occasionally heart-wrenching blend of the personal and the political, and the messiness in between the two..." -- (Observer)
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This gets incredible reviews - 4.6/5 (15k votes) and has occasionally dipped to 99p before, for 1 day -

Look out for the audio/audible book on offer for £2.99, after payment. Narrated by Julia Whelan.

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Educated - by Tara Westover</a>

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This author is never discounted, so first time cheap and just 99p (688 pages) -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World - by Adam Tooze</a>

(again, look out for the 25hr audiobook on offer for an extra £2.99 after purchase - audio sample playable here, where it's $32!).
  • A New York Times Notable Book of 2018 and Winner of the 2019 Lionel Gelber Prize
  • A landmark book. Majestic narrative ... informative and often delightful, insights are to be found on every page -- Observer
  • a remarkably detailed narrative of causes and consequences -- Sunday Times
  • Skillful. Sophisticated. A bold attempt to make sense of this tumult -- Evening Standard
  • A detailed and superbly researched account of the origins and consequences of the wave of financial crises. The prose is clear. The scholarship remarkable. Even people who have followed this story closely will learn a great deal. -- Financial Times
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New month, loads of discounts - standout for me @ 99p (I missed it last time) -

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">I Love the Bones of You: My Father And The Making Of Me - by Christopher Eccleston</a>

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EDIT - audio-book comes up at a disappointing £7.49 - is that the same for everyone? I wonder how they calculate that price ...
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<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Chosen ones, by Veronica Roth</a>, author of Divergent £0.99. Supposed to be an a more adult novel than Divergent.
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Deal of the Day. My sis-in-law loves these. Currently 99p x all 8 books.

Consistently good reviews across the whole series, and book length seems to increase from 300+ to 400+ pages.

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=s9_acsd_ ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic (Series) - by Sophie Kinsella</a>
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Stephen Fry - mythos 99p deal of the day

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Affiliated Link</a>
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Today's Big Deal - highly rated, rarely/never discounted, now 99p each, 460-650 pages long. Book #5 due next month.

<a data-source="forums" data-type="Amazon UK" href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=s9_acsd_ ... dforums-21" class="affiliatelink">Cormoran Strike Books 1 to 4 - by Robert Galbraith</a> = JK Rowling
  • 'The work of a master storyteller' -- DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • 'Unputdownable. . . Irresistible' -- SUNDAY TIMES
  • 'Will keep you up all night' -- OBSERVER
  • 'A thoroughly enjoyable classic' -- SUNDAY EXPRESS
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