Amazon Kindle e-books celebrate World Book Day

The ten e-books have all been translated into English from ten different countries.

Amazon is currently offering all of its customers ten free Kindle e-books from around the world to commemorate World Book Day on April 23.You can use a Kindle, an Amazon Fire tablet, or the Kindle app to access these free e-books.You don’t have to be a member of Amazon Prime to download the e-books.

The ten e-books have all been translated into English from ten different countries.None of these e-books will be available for free after the offer ends on April 25 at 12:29 PM IST.

The list of books include: 

  • The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy
  • A Single Swallow by Zhang Ling
  • The Broken Circle: A Memoir of Escaping Afghanistan by Enjeela Ahmadi-Miller
  • At the End of the Matinee by Keiichiro Hirano
  • You, Me, and the Colors of Life by Noa C Walker
  • The Son and Heir: A Memoir by Alexander Münninghoff
  • Amora: Stories by Natalia Borges Polesso
  • Some Days by María Wernicke
  • The King of Warsaw: A Novel by Szczepan Twardoch
  • Return to the Enchanted Island: A Novel by Johary Ravaloson

In addition to the World Book Day promotion, Amazon recently announced a 40 percent discount on its monthly Kindle Unlimited subscription, which will now cost Rs 129 instead of Rs 169 for all Amazon users in India.The monthly cost of the service can now be reduced to Rs 99 for Prime members thanks to an additional discount.Additionally, Prime members will receive free access to a number of e-books.

Users will also be able to customize the cover of the ebook they are reading on their Kindle lock screen thanks to a new feature that Amazon has added.The 8th and 10th generation Kindle, 7th and 10th generation Paperwhite, 8th, 9th, and 10th generation Oasis, and 7th generation Voyage currently support the feature.


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