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Get reading with these Audible and book deals for Prime Day

October 14, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Whether you prefer audio books with Audible or never stopped loving your Kindle, we've rounded up the best book and Audible deals this Prime Day.

This year, Prime Day is letting you do just that, with a bevy of book-related bargains (and of course some Kindle sales) this year.

Audible Subscription, 1-Year ($99. 50, originally $149. 50; amazon. com)

Kindle Unlimited Subscription (free, $9. 99 per month after 3 months; amazon. com or $29. 97, originally $59. 94 for 6 months; amazon. com)

Kindle Unlimited unlocks any book you want to read or listen to at the tap of a finger.

If you’re a new subscriber to Kindle Unlimited today, you get three months free.

Kindle (starting at $59. 99, originally $89. 99; amazon. com)

The classic Kindle brings you access to millions of titles, with the storage to hold thousands of books and keep your favorite audiobooks on tap too.

Kindle Paperwhite (starting at $79. 99, originally $129. 99; amazon. com)

Kindle Oasis (starting at $174. 99, originally $249. 99; amazon. com)

Kindle Bestsellers (up to 80% off; amazon. com)

’The Lord of the Rings: One Volume’ by J. R. R. Tolkien ($1. 99; originally $23; amazon. com)

’When We Believed in Mermaids’ by Barbara O’Neal ($4. 99, originally $14. 95; amazon. com)

’The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek’ by Kim Michele Richardson ($2. 99, originally $15. 99; amazon. com)

Popular Books (up to 25% off; amazon. com)

Popular books of various genres — fiction, mystery, classics and more — are 20 to 25% off this Prime Day.

’The Scarlet Letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne ($4. 47, originally $6. 99; amazon. com)

’The Murmur of Bees’ by Sofía Segovia ($6. 99, originally $14. 95; amazon. com)

’The Last Thing She Ever Did’ by Gregg Olsen ($8. 99, originally $15. 95; amazon. com)

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