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Barnes and Noble has a few books on sale for $1.99
You have to access them through the links. If you search for them through the website, they will show up as full price.

The Hobbit
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-hobbit-tolkien-j-r-r/1113867...

Life of Pi
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/life-of-pi-martel-yann/111386749...

Heaven Is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/heaven-is-for-real-burpo-todd/11...

The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-vow-carpenter-kim/1113867507...

The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Series #1)
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-hunger-games-collins-suzanne...

The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus Series #3)
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-mark-of-athena-riordan-rick/...

Flight Behavior
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/flight-behavior-kingsolver-barba...

The Round House
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-round-house-erdrich-louise/1...

You can download them in the epub format which works for most ereaders.
If you have a kindle, you will need to use program like calibre to change it to mobi. Also, if you have a kindle, Hunger games is free to borrow.

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Just FYI, if you have a library card. Chances are your public library gives you access to both eBooks for free (neither books are new, relatively speaking). But there is usually a waiting list.

Thanks OP. I've read The Hobbit several times, but I love it so much that I'd like to have it available on my devices as well so that I can read it anytime.

I've looked for The Hobbit in my book collection several times recently, and never did find it. For $1.99, I bought the eBook version.

I highly recommend the Life of Pi. It takes about 50 pages to get into it, but really a unique and interesting book.

LOVE THE LIFE OF PI,WOULD AGREE WITH JMACE57

kickerstarter said:   Just FYI, if you have a library card. Chances are your public library gives you access to both eBooks for free (neither books are new, relatively speaking). But there is usually a waiting list.

I use the library all the time for my kindle. It's awesome, up to 21 day loan, it comes wi-fi and expires without me going anywhere near the library. Which is good because ours has terrible parking.

Dangit14 said:   You can download them in the epub format which works for most ereaders.
If you have a kindle, you will need to use program like calibre to change it to mobi.
Note that BN ebooks are DRM protected, so you cannot convert them to MOBI without removing the DRM, which is a no-no.

That said, this is a great deal!

clearanceman said:   kickerstarter said:   Just FYI, if you have a library card. Chances are your public library gives you access to both eBooks for free (neither books are new, relatively speaking). But there is usually a waiting list.

I use the library all the time for my kindle. It's awesome, up to 21 day loan, it comes wi-fi and expires without me going anywhere near the library. Which is good because ours has terrible parking.


*sigh* Unfortunately it is exactly why library ebooks have a long waiting list. Because people do not return their books early even when they are done.



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