Kindle Monthly Deals UK – October 2015

The kindle deals for October are out and here are the ones that caught my eye this month:

Bought Immediately

Malazan Book of the FallenSteven Erikson

Malazan Book of the Fallen 1


The Assassin’s BladeSarah J. Maas


Assasins Blade Book Cover


I enjoy the Throne of Glass books. They’re quick and fun to read.


The Night CircusErin Morgenstern


The Night Circus Cover


This one has been on my wishlist for a long time. I’m excited to finally start it.


Thinking About


Carte BlancheJeffery Deaver


Carte Blanche Cover


This is a Bond novel that is recommended for those who like Daniel Craig’s Bond


BirdyJess Vallance


Birdy Book Cover


The cover was the first thing that caught my eye and the story sounds interesting as well.


Geisha of GionMineko Iwasaki


Geisha of Gion Cover


I wasn’t a fan of the novel Geisha. The story was sort of interesting, the writing on the other hand really, really boring. But I’m curious as to the autobiography of someone who lived it.


Everything I Never Told YouCeleste Ng


Everything I Never Told You Cover


This one sounds like an interesting story. It’s about a family trying to cope with the death of their daughter.


First LadySonia Purnell


First Lady: The Life and Wars of Clementine Churchill Cover


Everyone knows Winston Churchill, but his wife, Clementine Churchill, isn’t on everyone’s radar. This book tells the story of her life.


Already Own & Recommend


The Bone SeasonSamantha Shannon


The Bone Season Cover


This book has a very interesting, if slightly complicated magic system. I really enjoyed the worldbuilding and story.


Nicholas & AlexandraRobert K. Massie


Nicholas and Alexandra Book Cover


Robert K. Massie writes amazing biographies. His language is highly atmospheric and he manages to bring the past to live. In Nicholas and Alexandra he tells the tragic story of the last tsar of Russia and his family.


The Sea SistersLucy Clarke


The Sea Sisters Book Cover


The Sea Sisters was a beautiful, sad story that I couldn’t put down. After her sister’s suicide, Katie travels the route she travelled, intent on finding out what truly happened and getting closer to her on the way.

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