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I didn’t participate for a good month, because I never hadn’t anything to say in the recent ones, but here we are again. This time with a freebie, which I will turn into: Top Ten Books I’d Read if They Weren’t So Damn Expensive.
FYI an ebook is expensive for me if it costs more than 4€, more than 5€ if I really like the author.
- Murder Of Crows by Anne Bishop: 13€ for an ebook! I’m going to wait till the paperback edition comes out, then the Kindle price will drop as well.
- Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews: Again 13 bucks! Why? I want to read this! But the prices are insane.
- Playing With Fire by Cynthia Eden: As much as I love her books, 7,50€ is just too much for me. But this book will probably like the first two of the series be on sale one day in the future.
- God Save The Queen by Kate Locke: This has been on my TBR list forever, but 7€ are to expensive. I don’t see the price dropping though.
- Killing Time by Cindy Gerard: It costs 5,33€, but I’m not really sure I would buy it if the price was lower, because a lot of people said that this is exactly like her Black Ops series.
- Night Sky by Suzanne & Melanie Brockman: 5€, but I’m afraid to buy this. Has anyone read this already? Did you like it?
- Chasing Power by Sarah Beth Durst: This sounds so interesting, but 7€ is too expensive for me.
- Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs: It’s only 5 bucks and I really liked the first one in the series, but I just don’t know. Maybe I will buy it later in the year.
- Cinder by Marissa Meyer: Everyone loves this and I want to read it, too. It costs 7€ though.
- Pride Mates by Jennifer Ashley: I enjoyed all the novellas I read, but I’m not so sure I would actually enjoy a full length novel and it’s 5 bucks.
You probably know think: Girl, those aren’t expensive! For me they are. Okay, okay, I could buy them if I really wanted to, but I just think that 5€ and up is just too expensive for an eBook, don’t you think so too?