It’s time for another list of #SaturdayBookSales!
Each Saturday I hunt down the best book deals I can find and share them in a new post!
If you want to participate you can do so by sharing a link to a good deal you’ve found in the comments of our weekly post or…
- create your own post featuring deals you’ve found.
- tag me so I can add a link to your post here.
- if you want, you can use the image so I can find your posts more easily.
You can share one deal or several, it’s completely up to you. This way all of us avid readers can give our pocketbooks a break while still hitting the books!
Sunny has always felt like an outcast–until the day she discovered the magic within her and started using that magic to fight the overwhelming dark forces around her.
Buy Akata Witch for $2.99
The African Trilogy
As colonialism sweeps across Africa, three generations of men find their lives dismantled in this classic trilogy that includes Things Fall Apart. If you read Things Fall Apart in school, you’ll love this trilogy.
Buy The African Trilogy: Things Fall Apart; Arrow of God; No Longer at Ease (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) for $1.99
The Master’s Apprentice
This is a retelling of Faust written by the bestselling author of the Hangman’s Daughter series. Enough said.
Buy The Master’s Apprentice: A Retelling of the Faust Legend for $4.99.
The Girl in the Mirror
This recent Book of the Month Club pick was one of the best-selling thrillers of 2020. Summary: I list has always been wildly jealous of her twin sister’s perfect life and husband. So, when a family sailing trip goes horribly wrong, Iris seizes the opportunity to step into her sister’s shoes.
Buy The Girl in the Mirror: A Novel for $3.99.
The Lost Daughter
You may not know this about me, but I’m obsessed with the whole fall of the Romanovs saga, so this historical fiction is right up my alley! After hearing her father’s shocking deathbed confession, Val follows clues into the past to learn what really happened to Grand Duchess Maria, one of the Romanov Daughters.
Buy The Lost Daughter: A Novel for $2.99.
The Love Letters
This was written by Madeleine L’Engle, who wrote one of the best science fiction books for young adults ever written. If that’s not reason enough to read it, here’s the synopsis: When Charlotte’s son dies and her marriage implodes, she journeys to Portugal to seek guidance from her mother-in-law–and finds unexpected solace in the letters of a 17th century nun.
Buy The Love Letters: A Novel for $1.99.
I noticed that I didn’t include a lot of literary fiction on my last list, so I’m trying to amend that with this one. After discovering a mysterious painting in a mountain home, a young man embarks on an unlikely journey.
Buy Killing Commendatore: A novel for $2.99
The Sorcery Trial
Whichever Team wins The Faerie Race, a reality television show, is guaranteed fame and fortune–but all Jacqueline wants is to find her sister who disappeared int eh faerie world years ago.
Get The Sorcery Trial: A Fae Adventure Romance (The Faerie Race Book 1) for FREE!
36-year-old Hannah feels that she is jaded and too old for love, but when her best friend encourages her to join a dating app, Hannah meets the irresistibly handsome Alex and her whole outlook on love begins to change.
Which is good. Because Alex knows she’s perfect for him too. In fact, she’s exactly the girl he’s been looking for…
And nothing Hannah’s done to make her life safe will ever be enough.
If you liked The Wife Between Us, Friend Request and/or Gone Girl, you will love this twisted love story.
Buy First Date: An absolutely jaw-dropping psychological thriller for $.99
Agatha Christie will forever be my queen. This collection of short stories features my boy, Hercule Poirot, and I can’t get enough!
Buy Midwinter Murder: Fireside Tales from the Queen of Mystery for $2.99.
I hope you each found something you like here.
If there are particular titles or genre’s you’d like for me to look out for, please let me know in the comments. I love hearing from you!
1 thought on “Saturday Book Sales: February 6, 2021”
Great list! I’ve been wanting to read more books (especially fantasy) from African American authors. I just picked up Akata Witch. Thanks!!