If you’re one of the many people eagerly waiting for the last installment of Veronica Roth’s Insurgent trilogy, Allegiant, on October 22nd , than “The Transfer” and the other singles written by Roth from different points-of-view will whet your appetite. $1.99.
This is the third in a trilogy that is pure Margaret Atwood. MaddAddam brings together the two groups from Atwood’s previous dystopian books Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. This book is a new release and is a deal at $6.49. If you haven’t read the previous two, they are not bargains (at $9.99 each), so get them from the library and then read this. Well worth your time, if you want to read adult Dystopian.
Vincent Zandri has done a great job hooking me with his mysteries, and I’m buying this one in the hope that it will do the same. A woman abducted as a child must face her past to solve a mystery involving an autistic child and her dead (and also abducted as a child) sister. Great reviews, so, for $1.99, I’ll give The Remains a try.
The Visible World is a wonderfully moving story told by the American-born son of Czech immigrants, telling the stories and fairytales he overhears in his boisterous, immigrant New York neighborhood. $2.51.