Weaveworld - Clive Barker @ Kindle - £0.99 @ Amazon
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Weaveworld - Clive Barker @ Kindle - £0.99 @ Amazon

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Found 24th JanMade hot 25th Jan
Cheapest it's ever been apparently.

Meant to be a fantastic novel.

Thanks to eReaderIQ for the alert.

uk.ereaderiq.com/dp/…JQ/

Enjoy!

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IS a fantastic novel. Before CB became obsessed with the male member in his books...

Original Poster

Really? I thought that was George R.R. Martin - according to South Park anyway.
Perhaps he's another!

phenomenal book, one of the best I have ever read

bobbyarbogast

IS a fantastic novel. Before CB became obsessed with the male member in … IS a fantastic novel. Before CB became obsessed with the male member in his books...


If you're wrong, I've wasted 99p, and I forgive you. If you're right - win-win
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 24th Jan

I'm never wrong... ;-) Enjoy, hopefully.

Ill give it a go. Thanks OP.

Cheers

Original Poster

No probs. I like these deals as it's basically a free book with no rush credit.
Set up lots of alerts on eReaderIQ of authors you like, eBooks you want, and then snap them up when they come on offer.

Certain books seem to drop fairly regularly for very short periods. Sometimes books that are rarely discounted go down to 99 pence or so for no more than a day, and don't again for years.

9 books at £1 each is quite a difference than if at standard pricing of £4-£5
Edited by: "Shinoke" 24th Jan

Heat. Excellent book

Excellent book, not quite Imajica but very close.

One of my favourite books of all time

Shard

One of my favourite books of all time


Ditto

Shard

One of my favourite books of all time



This, Imajica and Dune all get read by me at least every 3 years or so.

tek-monkey

This, Imajica and Dune all get read by me at least every 3 years or so.



I like Imajica, I'm about the only person I know who couldn't get into Dune, just not that interesting

Shard

I like Imajica, I'm about the only person I know who couldn't get into … I like Imajica, I'm about the only person I know who couldn't get into Dune, just not that interesting



I loved Dune, but its style is a bit odd. Some of my joy from it may be that it was an early book I got into so it reminds me of my childhood, my copy is older than I am. The depth of detail (if you read the appendix) about how the planet would work etc. was incredible for its time, the second book wasn't so great but the third is another favourite of mine albeit not as high up as these. Then it tailed off massively

Original Poster

Dune is great. Never read the sequels.
Been looking to do so for ages, but switched to ebooks now mostly and the kindle versions are terrible apparently (bad OCR).

Will have to check out Imajica, thanks.
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