This week's New York Times Bestsellers (April 5th)

In hardcover:

V.E. Schwab's The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is down one position, ending the week at number 7.

Kazuo Ishiguro's Klara and the Sun is down four spots, finishing the week at number 9.

In paperback:

Stephen King's Later maintains its position at number 1 (trade paperback).

More inexpensive ebook goodies!


You can now get your hands on the digital edition of Nicholas Eames' Bloody Rose for only 2.99$ by following this Amazon Associate link. There is a price match in Canada.

Here's the blurb:

A band of fabled mercenaries, led by the infamous Bloody Rose, tour a wild fantasy landscape, battling monsters in arenas in front of thousands of adoring fans, but a secret and dangerous gig ushers them to the frozen north, and the band is never one to waste a shot at glory . . . even if it means almost certain death.

Live fast, die young.

Tam Hashford is tired of working at her local pub, slinging drinks for world-famous mercenaries and listening to the bards sing of adventure and glory in the world beyond her sleepy hometown.

When the biggest mercenary band of all, led by the infamous Bloody Rose, rolls into town, Tam jumps at the chance to sign on as their bard. It’s adventure she wants – and adventure she gets as the crew embark on a quest that will end in one of two ways: glory or death.

It’s time to take a walk on the wyld side.

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You can now download the Joe Hill e-book bundle, comprised of Heart-Shaped Box, 20th Century Ghosts, Horns, and NOS4A2, for only 3.99$ by following this Amazon Associate link. There is a price match in Canada.

Here's the blurb:

Get four bone-chilling novels of psychological and supernatural suspense from New York Times bestselling author Joe Hill in one e-book, including: Heart-Shaped Box, 20th Century Ghosts, Horns, and NOS4A2. Each publication of Hill is beautiful textured, deliciously scary, and greeted with the sort of overwhelming critical acclaim that is rare for works of skin-crawling supernatural terror. Read on if you dare to see what all the well-deserved hoopla is about.

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You can now get your hands on the digital edition of Octavia E. Butler's Earthseed: The Complete Series for only 3.99$ by following this Amazon Associate link. There is a price match in Canada.

Here's the blurb:

A multiple Hugo and Nebula Award winner’s powerful saga of survival and destiny in a near-future dystopian America.

One of the world’s most respected authors of science fiction imagines an apocalyptic near-future Earth where a remarkable young woman discovers that her destiny calls her to try and change the world around her. Octavia E. Butler’s brilliant two-volume Earthseed saga offers a startling vision of an all-too-possible tomorrow, in which walls offer no protection from a civilization gone mad.

Parable of the Sower: In the aftermath of worldwide ecological and economic apocalypse, minister’s daughter Lauren Oya Olamina escapes the slaughter that claims the lives of her family and nearly every other member of their gated California community. Heading north with two young companions through an American wasteland, the courageous young woman faces dangers at every turn while spreading the word of a remarkable new religion that embraces survival and change.

Parable of the Talents: Called to the new, hard truth of Earthseed, the small community of the dispossessed that now surrounds Lauren Olamina looks to her—their leader—for guidance. But when the evil that has grown out of the ashes of human society destroys all she has built, the prophet is forced to choose between preserving her faith or her family.

The Earthseed novels cement Butler’s reputation as “one of the finest voices in fiction—period” (TheWashington Post Book World). Stunningly prescient and breathtakingly relevant to our times, this dark vision of a future America is a masterwork of powerful speculation that ushers us into a broken, dangerously divided world of bigotry, social inequality, mob violence, and ultimately hope.


This week's New York Times Bestsellers (March 29th)

In hardcover:

Kazuo Ishiguro's Klara and the Sun is down one spot, finishing the week at number 5.

V.E. Schwab's The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is up four positions, ending the week at number 6.

Patricia Briggs' Wild Sign debuts at number 9.

Sarah J. Mass' A Court of Silver Flames is up one spot, finishing the week at number 12.

In paperback:

Stephen King's Later maintains its position at number 1 (trade paperback).