Best kindle store according to redditors

We found 104 Reddit comments discussing the best kindle store. We ranked the 32 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/clint_taurus_200 · 38 pointsr/politics

Hey Mike ... can you explain why was this news broken by The Guardian - a UK newspaper, and not the New York Times?

If you're wondering why your newspaper company is losing millions of dollars every quarter, and the New York Times is laying off hundreds of people every year, this is the reason, buddy.

Stop covering for Obama and start covering Obama and maybe people will buy your newspaper.

Now, I have to go. Need to purchase that subscription to New York's best newspaper ... The Guardian (UK)..

u/[deleted] · 13 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Bomb list link Studio Ghibli movies would be most appreciated. I've been wanting to build a collection of them for a long time :)

Howl's Moving Castle $22.94

Spirited Away $21.01

Kiki's Delivery Service $19.99

Cat toy $6.48

Ebook $4.39

Total is $74.81 :)

u/TrumpIsABigFatLiar · 12 pointsr/litrpg

With dates in order...

|01 Aug|Shade's First Rule (Divine Apostasy Book 1)|AMZ|Book|Click Here|
|01 Aug|Varnoth: The Black Blade: Book One: (A LitRPG Story)|AMZ|Book||
|05 Aug|Hero GO! (Champion is Playing Book #3): LitRPG Series|AMZ|Book||
|05 Aug|Stuck in Mother Faboinging Flower Land - An Odd LitRPG Novel|AMZ|Book||
|07 Aug|Tales from the Dead Man Inn (NPC's Lives Book 1)|AMZ|Book||
|08 Aug|A Second Chance (Invasion Book #1): LitRPG Series|AMZ|Book||
|09 Aug|Bitter: Book Six|AMZ|Book||
|09 Aug|Expedition: Summerlands|AMZ|Book|Click Here|
|09 Aug|Star Divers: Dungeons of Bane|AMZ|Book|Click Here|
|09 Aug|The Dragon's Revenge|AMZ|Book|Click Here|
|09 Aug|The Pyramid Game (Pixel Dust Book 2)|AMZ|Book||
|10 Aug|Eden's Gate: The Ascent: A LitRPG Adventure|AMZ|Book||
|12 Aug|Ball of Light: Evolution|AMZ|Book||
|12 Aug|Dungeons of the Crooked Mountains (Underdog Book 1): LitRPG Series|AMZ|Book||
|15 Aug|Scamps & Scoundrels: A LitRPG/Gamelit Adventure (The Bad Guys Book 1)|AMZ|Book||
|16 Aug|A Mage Champion: (The Chronicles of Herst: Book 3)|AMZ|Book||
|22 Aug|Dragon Heart: Iron Will. LitRPG wuxia series: Book 2|AMZ|Book||
|30 Aug|A Check for a Billion (Galactogon Book #3): LitRPG Series|AMZ|Book||
|31 Aug|Darkness Named (dARkness: Online Book 1)|AMZ|Book||
|31 Aug|Zones of Alacria: The Dragon Gate: Epic GameLit / LitRPG (The Experimental Alchemist Book 1)|AMZ|Book||
||Fifth Realm||Book|Click Here|
||Shadow Sun Expansion: Shadow Sun Book Two||Book||

u/Dave_Hedgehog · 5 pointsr/unitedkingdom

Sorry to break it to you it's $17.99 in USD

u/KimberlyInOhio · 5 pointsr/booksuggestions

Old but classic - The Stand by Stephen King.
Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro
The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks has quite a lot of detail.

u/Red_Falcon_75 · 4 pointsr/kindle







Galaxy Edge

Alfred Hitchcock

Ellery Queen



The link above will send you to Nightmare Magazine. From there you can find links to the ones I mentioned. The John Joseph Adams and Neil Clarke ones can be read for free and have audio versions for some of the stories on their sites.

You can convert the stories to kindle files by installing push to kindle in firefox or chrome.

u/hansidm · 3 pointsr/suggestmeabook

I really like Apocalypse Z series (only read the first one, linked here) by Manel Loureiro. It is about a zombie apocalypse survival told by a regular survivor (a lawyer).

I really loved it because it starts from the beginning of the virus spread and how news channels reports it.

u/resistfatdicktaters · 2 pointsr/audiobooks

I'm going to make your day. If you have Kindle Unlimited and or Audible membership (if you don't then why not?), search for The Rho Agenda, The Second Ship by Richard Phillips.

Amazon allows you to Read and listen For Free on Audible for no extra charge once you borrow the book on the Kindle app (it may be 2 or 3 bucks for the Audible version of the 1st book in the series -- It's worth every penny you may have to spend too accomplish this whole scheme).

Even if you just do the one month or two months that it will take you to listen to the nine audiobooks in this series, it is the best hard science fiction series I've found in a while and the most suspenseful and exciting by far.

The narrator is Macleod Andrews and he is exactly what you're looking for in a narrator from the description in your post. Trust me, if it wasn't, I wouldn't be spending 15 or 20 minutes writing this "roadmap" out for you!!!


When you begin this audiobook, it's going to seem like a teenager-geared sci-fi book with maybe a little too much "drama" in it, but trust me. Stick with it until the middle of that first book and it starts to get good, really good!!!

The science contained in this series is super-specific and detailed and not glossed over like some authors tend to do. Richard Phillips (not the Captain Phillips from the Maersk Alabama cargo ship that got taken hostage in the Indian Ocean...Lol...different dude) is a great writer and with Macleod Andrews narrating, it is badass! You won't find a better pairing! The second book is fucking really good. I'm on the third now, and I'm telling you, it's the best sci-fi I've listened to in months, maybe my favorite series I've ever come across (still have a lot of books left to listen to) and interestingly enough, every time I think I've found the best sci-fi series bc this guy Macleod Andrews is narrating, I end up finding one that's even better.

The plot is simply fascinating. Just when you think shit can't possibly get more complicated...BOOM...another crazy, fucked-up twist. So far the entire series is one giant crescendo that builds and builds and just never seems to let up!

So, just follow the links below and check out his work. You will not be disappointed.

Macleod Andrews does characters and accents better than anyone I've found. He does the narration parts in character like you were mentioning and he is uber-talented at it. It's like listening to an amazing movie that lasts for days and days in these multi-voice narrations he is usually narrating.

Project Eden Thriller by Brett Battles is another of his narrations. There are 7 books in that series.

It's so funny that you posted this, bc I was literally just talking to the guy on Twitter, telling him how much I was enjoying this Rho Agenda series bc of that very aspect of it. He has that voice that can be anyone with any accent and it flows so well. You will end up losing hours of sleep listening, and it's sooo worth it.


I do have both the $9.99 Kindle Unlimited membership and the $14.99(?) Audible membership, and I think I may have had to pay a few dollars for the Audible version (it's way cheaper once you have the Kindle book purchased (or borrowed from the Kindle Unlimited Library) of the 1st book, but I know the 2nd through the 9th books were all "Read and Listen For Free" under the Kindle app, so I went ahead and downloaded all the audiobooks...just in case they decided to change their mind about that bc it was so good!

Damn I have to stop being a fanboy and go back to listening. Good luck with it and if you need help getting it to work out to listen for free just message me.


Audible Link: The Second Ship (The Rho Agenda Book 1)

Kindle: The Second Ship (The Rho Agenda Book 1)

Macleod Andrews's Narrated Audiobooks on Audible


Listen to Rho Agenda Series by Richard Phillips, narrated by badass (never thought I'd day that about an Audibleb narrator...hahaha) Macleod Andrews. It's exactly what you're looking for.

Audible Link: The Second Ship The Rho Agenda Book

Kindle: The Second Ship (The Rho Agenda Book 1)

u/whtisthis · 2 pointsr/india

Probably keep them for a rainy day. But will surely give harry potter another try. Was currently reading a zombies series.

u/HeauBeau · 2 pointsr/IAmA

I know this comment is late, sorry. 2600 was recently going through some serious troubles caused by their distributor, as covered in this hackaday article.

In addition to the print version, you can subscribe to the digital Kindle version for an incredible price.

u/twcsata · 2 pointsr/gallifrey

You can get the Kindle Edition for $36.99 a year through Amazon.

u/amazon-converter-bot · 2 pointsr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/Porcelain_princess89 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

!!books books books... but no bookmark!!
This one I've been eyeing awhile. The price dropped to 1.50 recently.

u/apatt · 2 pointsr/ebookdeals

Most of them are Richard Laymon books, he is a great horror writer but I wish there is more variety on offer, some Stephen King would be great.

Any way, Richard Laymon's The Cellar is great old school horror fun, his most popular book (according to Goodreads is The Traveling Vampire Show very bloody as I recall.

I haven't read the non-Laymon books here but GRRM's Meathouse Man (The Grinder Comics Series) ought to be good.

u/i_just_want_downvote · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

You would like the book Apocalypse Z it is about a guy surviving with his cat.

u/EatonRifles · 2 pointsr/business

Ooh, I was just thinking about how nice it would be to have a Kindle with a subscription to The Economist. If they could do that properly I would buy a Kindle just for that. After a quick search I found this, but check this out: "the subscriber content on the Economist web site is not included. This content which includes archived articles and the audio edition is only available to print or web subscribers". Hmm...

u/DieRunning · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/PaganPirate · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi handsome!! :) I just mostly wanted to say hi to you and wish you the most luck with your job!!

Something I like about myself is that I'm very honest. At least there's that. And I have amazing kiddos. ;) I'm dying to read this ebook.... found here.

u/dragonflyjen · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

it's this and no relation to WWZ, but seems like a prequel to WWZ to me so that's what i keep thinking of it as. I have about 50 pages left of the book I'm currently reading, then back to apocalypse books!

u/loudribs · 2 pointsr/unitedkingdom

Get the Kindle subscription (unless you don't have a Kindle - in which case don't). It's a tenner a month which means it's cheaper than just buying the Saturday edition on it's own. The down side is that the photos are a bit shit but it's more than made up for by the fact that sometimes they let the Kindle version out before the sub-editors have got to grips with it and the whole thing is riddled with hysterical typos and mistakes.

But anyway, I love it - it means you get the paper in the order that you would with the printed version so you end up reading stuff you might not go looking for on the site.

u/Averyrain · 1 pointr/Fantasy

Hi, guys!

Goddess of the Cave (a sexy Dark Fantasy Horror novel with harem elements) is now available on Amazon! Join the young half-elf Key as he is thrust into a world of beautiful elves, eldritch woodland creatures, and political intrigue!

Gwyllen Forest is under siege.

Ten years ago, the great elven city of Firavar fell at the hands of humans. Now the elves who fled to the forest must tackle an old threat: the sickly king who once conquered their city. The Forty-Forth Regiment is deployed at the border and its soldiers prepare for battle.

The betrayal of a close friend thrusts the young half-elf Key into a world of beautiful elves, eldritch woodland creatures, and political intrigue. Faced with an old prophecy and a mysterious goddess, Key must make a choice that may alter the future of all Gwyllen Forest.

An honorable lieutenant captures an elven commander… and falls for her. When the king bestows on him the task to retrieve the wayward daughter of a powerful earl from the clutches of the elves, the arrival of a sadistic mercenary captain aggravates the situation.

Elves scheme.
Humans plot.
Ancient horrors dwell in the deep woods.

And the Goddess of the Cave whispers…

I'd greatly appreciate anyone who'd take a look. Keep in mind that you will encounter adult content.

Thank you!

u/mewfasa · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've been hooked on colorful necklaces like this one lately. You may like them.

Here's my item!

u/Lynda73 · 1 pointr/KindleFreebies

We now have a discussion post where these types of posts should go. I hope you post there! My vote goes to Seed. It was free when I got it a while back, and I heard they are making a movie out of it!

u/robragland · 1 pointr/zombies

For an international feel, try the Apocalypse Z series. They are available translated into English from the original Spanish.

Also, again for international/wide spread zombie settings, consider Plague of the Dead: The Morningstar Strain.

u/5462atsar · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's awesome! Thanks for the contest, but Don't Sue People Panda. Naughty Panda.



u/jayhat · 1 pointr/zombies

This. That’s why I always like the first couple books in a series.

I really liked the first book and maybe the second (if I’m remember correctly) in this series. Gave me some DBDA vibes for sure. Dude was holed up in his house, scared, didn’t know what exactly was going on, making very calculated decisions, etc.

u/Buzzing3StarHotel · 1 pointr/TheNational
u/paszczur · 1 pointr/zombies
u/1amathrowaway · 1 pointr/theeconomist

Kindle or Kindle Fire?

My public library gives me access to all the digital copies for free (well, $5 for the library card plus my taxes...) and they do it through the Zinio app which you can get for Kindle fire.

Have you tried this?

Just like clicking "Get the free Kindle app"? Maybe that'll do it for you. I'm not sure about a regular Kindle.

u/Mr_Biggleton · 1 pointr/stories

Just a point about the name, there are two books of the genre already by that name:

u/Dngrsone · 1 pointr/suggestmeabook

The Codename: Chandler books: Flee got me reading a whole new genre

u/Ch0b0r0 · 1 pointr/zombies

You might want to read some of the amazon reviews of recent zombie novels and look for common complaints.

I recently read Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End and really enjoyed it. The author kept it simple with a small cast of well developed characters.

My biggest complaint in zombie books is that a character's history before the outbreak is poorly developed and generally only mentioned as an easy plot fix. I think that after the outbreak people who just met would be mentioning what survival skills and talents they had (if they were not trying to kill each other for their stuff). For example a buddy of mine has ridden motorcycles as his only means of transportation for the past several years and a couple of times a month goes to a batting cage because he misses playing baseball; these two hobbies give him an excellent chance of survival in a zombie outbreak (head to foot protection and the ability to swing a baseball for a long time). My past of childhood/teenage pyromania has given me an uncanny ability to make fire which transitioned nicely into many, many restaurant jobs so I can take care of food and almost anything that needs to be sharp. Unfortunately, we have yet to find a third friend who is actually good at finding food so we will be reduced to raiding after a very short time. Basically, I think a person's past would be the main thing keeping them alive and not the stuff they manage to loot. Walking Dead is one of the best at avoiding my biggest complaint even though, I think it could do much better.

u/sblinn · 1 pointr/audiobooks

And... another one:


Velvet Dogma By Weston Ochse, Narrated By Arika Escalona for Crossroad Press — Regular Price $19.95, Member Price $13.96 or 1 Credit, but if you buy the Kindle book for $3.99 you can pick up the audiobook version for $1.99. (Standard warning: make sure you don’t use a credit on a $1.99 title!)



I keep finding these almost randomly. This time it’s The Second Ship: The Rho Agenda, Book 1 by Richard Phillips, read by MacLeod Andrews for Brilliance Audio. Normally $13.99, member priced at $9.79, if you buy the Kindle version for $2.99 you can get the audiobook for $1.99 for a total of $4.98.



Buy the first installment of Richard Kadrey’s Sandman Slim series, Sandman Slim, for $0.99 on Kindle, get the audiobook for $4.99. Not bad, not bad at all.



There are still some weird little “sweet spots” in the Whispersync for Voice area (hopefully you grabbed the two dozen or so professionally produced audiobooks of free classics when the feature launched), where if you buy the Kindle version, you get the audiobook more cheaply. For example, when checking out some books on Amazon’s list of top 10 sf/f of the year, I found the (er… Amazon-published, like The Mongoliad and the audiobook edition of Redshirts, so Amazon has 3 of its own properties on its list, but whatever, I am digressing…) Seed by Ania Ahlborn. It’s $9.79 member priced at Audible, but if you buy the $2.99 Kindle version, you can get the audiobook for $1.99, so a total of $4.98.

First, buy the Kindle version ( and then, go back to the Kindle page and there should appear a “buy at Audible for $1.99″ option link, which automatically adds the audiobook ( to your cart, for $1.99. Just be careful and not waste a credit on it, which is by default what would happen. Uncheck and apply! Friends don’t let friends use credits on $1.99 titles.

u/atrane · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A goal for myself is to run a 5k before the end of this year. My progress is pretty crap on this goal, as it is super hot outside in Texas and it's hard to get the motivation to work harder at it. But now that I've put it out there publicly, I'll work harder at achieving at it.



u/nayohmerae · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Maybe you would like This book?

u/geejii · 1 pointr/Suomi

The Beginning of the End (Apocalypse Z) - Manel Loureiro

Vähän perinteisestä muotista (no ainakin TWD) poikkeava zombiekirja, tykkäsin todella paljon. Jotenkin kirjoitustyyli oli itselle hyvin sopiva ja eläytyi hyvin päähenkilön mukana. Vaikka ei kirjasta uskoisi, pimeässä mökillä kun tätä luki ja oli kuumottava kohtaus, oli pakko pistää hetkeksi Kindle syrjään


u/phaqueue · 1 pointr/zombies

I, Zombie by Hugh Howey...

It's disturbing, told from the point of view of zombies, and presents the idea that they can all still think, feel, taste and everything else as they go along but just can't control themselves. It's really graphic and disturbing, but a GREAT zombie book and an interesting take...

Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro

He goes for realism here and hits pretty true... Solid book and the 2nd one was just translated to English

u/valhallasage · 1 pointr/books
u/ibanezerscrooge · 0 pointsr/worldnews

This is almost exactly how Apocalypse Z starts out. o_0

u/Apocryphic · 0 pointsr/litrpg

Last week, Ethria, Soulship, Hollow Core, Dungeons of the Crooked Mountains, The Messenger, and of course Uncrowned.

I'm currently taking a break from new content and re-reading Challenger's Call, before I move on to God of Gnomes and beyond.