Another month of bargains begins. If you've got a hankering for self help books, slushy romances and identikit crime novels, you can fill your boots. It's all a bit meh for my tastes, but here's a few things that may be of interest. It's the first month that I won't be bothering with anything. Oh, and Michael Owen's autobiography is 99p, today only.
Station Eleven by Emily St Mandel. 99p I've blathered on about this a fair few times on here before. It's great. Buy it. Read it.
Adults In The Room by Yanis Varoufakis £1.99
Hot Zone: The Chilling True Story of an Ebola Outbreak £1.99 Seems like ideal material to terrify you in these lurgy-ridden times.
The Gallows Pole by Benjamin Myers £2.49
Golem And The Djinni b y Helene Wecker 99p. Fantasy novel that received a fair bit of praise on release. 99p
What's It All About? by Michael Caine Only 99p. Not a lot of people know that.
True History Of The Kelly Gang by Peter Carey £1.49
The City And The City by China Mieville 99p
Vox by Christina Dalcher 99p "A reimagining of A Handmaid's Tale" It's not, I didn't get on with this at all. 99p
Life To The Limit by Jenson Button £1.49
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad 99p
A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry £3.49
Days Without End by Sebastian Barry £2.99
The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot 99p
Into Thin Air by Jon Krakuer 99p
How Google Works by Eric Schmidt 99p
A History Of The World by Andrew Marr 99p
Everywoman. One Woman's Truth About Speaking The Truth by Jess Phillips. 99p. I'm presuming this is a comedy tome. One for @ZOK
The Romford Pele by Ray Parlour 99p
Mass Impoverishment And How We Can End It by Mark Thomas Not that Mark Thomas £2.59