Less than $2
Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson – I feel like this was the first book that kind of put Tiffany D. Jackson on the map. It sounds so intriguing!
Beauty by Robin McKinley – This is probably one of the best Beauty and the Beast retellings I’ve ever read–not exaggerating. This book is a classic for a reason!
The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett – For anyone who hasn’t read a Terry Pratchett book yet, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN??? But also, this is a great place to start. Highly, highly recommend. So fun, such a great world.
Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet by Charlie N. Holmberg – I’ve been meaning to read her Paper Magician series forever and this book sounds like an interesting amalgam of fairy tale retellings.
Steelheart, Firefight, and Calamity by Brandon Sanderson – I feel like no one talks about The Reckoners series, but it’s so good! I especially think Steelheart is fantastic, so if you’re on the fence about the series, at least try the first book!
Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour – This is billed as being like The Night Circus and is a retelling of a Scottish ballad. Color me intrigued for sure…
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson – Okay, so this isn’t one that I would personally read, but I know everyone’s been loving the show–so here’s the book!
Less than $3
The Book Jumper by Mechthild Gläser – I’d never heard of this book before, but it sounds really interesting! Almost like an older version of Inkheart (which I LOVE). It also looks like it might have originally been published in another language? So that’s a bonus for anyone doing book challenges.
The Testing Trilogy by Joelle Charbonneau – I read these books in the middle of the dystopian trilogy hey-day, but I remember loving it. And this is such a steal! Three books for $3 which is cheaper than you can buy the ebooks individually.
This Adventure Ends by Emma Mills – THAT COVER