91 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Book Deals (Free and 99cent YA books)

91 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Book Deals (Free and 99cent YA books)

Happy Thanksgiving! It’s the perfect weekend to stuff yourself too full to move and then devour some new books. We’ve got you covered – here are 91 excellent limited time book deals! I didn’t have time to add the price or description, but these should all be free or 99cents. Grab them while they last!

Keep your eye out especially for the boxsets and anthologies – those are massive value.

Some have 20 full length novels for just 99cents.

Free and 99cent book deals


Elementals

Grab this book from the author’s website.

Returning

Grab this book from the author’s website.

The Black Mage

Grab this book from the author’s website.

 

Scarlet Thread is also included in this multi-box set, along with other great books!

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Best books for teens based on Greek mythology

Best books for teens based on Greek mythology

Here’s a list of my favorite young adult books based on Greek Mythology.

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I’m running a giveaway so you can win some of these books, scroll down to enter!

 

Elementals, Michelle Madow

Elementals: The Prophecy of Shadows (Volume 1)

The Helicon of Muses, VJ Chambers

The Helicon Muses Omnibus: Books 1-4

The Curse of the Sphinx, Raye Wagner

Curse of the Sphinx

Percy Jackson, Rick Riordan

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1)

The Power, Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Power: A Titan Novel

Half Blood, Jennifer L. Armentrout

Half-Blood (Covenant)

Dark Descendant, Jenna Black

Dark Descendant (Immortal Huntress)

Everneath, Brodi Ashton

Everneath

Sweet Venom, Tera Lynn Childs

Sweet Venom

Starcrossed, Josephine Angelini

Starcrossed (Starcrossed Trilogy)

AntiGoddess, Kendare Blake

Antigoddess (The Goddess War)

From GodsMary Ting and Maxine Bringenberg

From Gods (Descendant Prophecies Book 1)

The Gatekeeper’s Sons, Eva Pohler

The Gatekeeper's Sons (The Gatekeeper's Saga Book 1)

The Shadow Prince, Bree Despain

The Shadow Prince

The Goddess Test, Aimée Carter

The Goddess Test

Persephone, Kaitlin Bevis

Persephone: The Daughters of Zeus, Book One

The Trials of Apollo, Rick Riordan

The Trials of Apollo Book One The Hidden Oracle

Omega, Lizzy Ford

 

Omega (Omega Series Book 1)

Pandora, Andrea Domanski

Pandora (Book 3) (The Omega Group)

Goddess Legacy, M.W. Muse and Mandy Harbin

Goddess Legacy: Goddess Series Book 1 (Young Adult / New Adult Series)

The Scarlet Thread, D.S. Murphy

The Scarlet Thread

This one is mine! And I only have part one up; it’s a mashup of fallen angels and forgotten gods, kind of Percy Jackson meets Fallen.

Click here to get it.

Or see it on Goodreads.

 

Orpheum, D.S. Murphy

Orpheum (Part One): A Dark Fantasy Romance

Orpheum is mine too – it’s based on Orpheus and Eurydice; an amazing tragic romance basis that is much less used than the more popular Persephone and Hades.

Click here to get it.

Or see it on Goodreads.

Best YA mythology books on Goodreads

Here are some lists of mythology books for teens on Goodreads; if you like any of the books above, please add them to a list or vote for them!

Best books about Mythology

Oh my Gods and Goddesses 

YA mythology series

Best of the YA Greek Mythology Books

Books with Greek mythology references

Don’t forget to review!

If you like any of these books, don’t forget to review them! Authors work really hard on their books, and we love feedback – even a few simple sentences would be amazing.

 

 

Best Greek Myth Books


Ten Thousand Skies Above You (Firebird) by Claudia Gray

Ten Thousand Skies Above You (Firebird) by Claudia Gray

Marguerite’s parents are famous scientists who not only discover that multiple dimensions co-exist all around us, but invent a small device that allows a person to travel among these dimensions and inhabit our “other dimension” self, one at a time. Needless to say, it’s a world-altering discovery/invention but Marguerite’s father is murdered immediately following the discovery. One of his two trusted lab assistants, Paul, is accused of the murder (we don’t know by what evidence), and Paul skips town. Or rather, he skips their dimension entirely using the newly invented device called the Firebird, hence the series title. Marguerite and the other lab assistant, smarmy Theo, take two more Firebirds and chase after Paul to extract revenge.

In this sequel to A Thousand Pieces of You by New York Times bestselling author Claudia Gray, Marguerite races through various dimensions to save the boy she loves.

Ever since she used the Firebird, her parents’ invention, to cross through to alternate dimensions, Marguerite has caught the attention of enemies who will do anything to force her into helping them dominate the multiverse—even hurt the people she loves. She resists until her boyfriend, Paul, is attacked, and his consciousness is scattered across multiple dimensions.

Dreamland by Robert L. Anderson Book Review

Dreamland by Robert L. Anderson Book Review

I love this cover, which reminds me of the movie poster for Upside Down. Dreamland by Robert Anderson is about a girl who can walk through other people’s dreams. She’s not supposed to stick around to get involved, but she does. Full review as soon as I get a copy, here’s the summary.

From immensely talented debut author Robert L. Anderson comes a stunning, complex, and imaginative story about the fine line between dreams and reality that will appeal to fans of Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle.

Odea Donahue has been able to travel through people’s dreams since she was six years old. Her mother taught her the three rules of walking: Never interfere. Never be seen. Never walk the same person’s dream more than once. Dea has never broken the rules.

Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch book review

Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch book review

Ice Like Fire is the second book in the Snow Like Ashes series, “A striking fantasy of dark magic, dangerous politics, and discovering your true self.” It’s set in a magical fantasy world, and Meira needs to find new sources of magic to continue the battle. As one reviewer says,

“SNOW LIKE ASHES was a magically enchanting world, that I fell in love with! I was swept into a world of magic, lies, destiny, raging war, an evil ruler, determined refugees, slaves bound by chains, and one girl with a light so bright that burned within her like the raging storms pulsing to be let out and unleashed on evil! To say SNOW LIKE ASHES was magical, would be an understatement! It was breathtakingly beautiful!”

Walk on Earth a Stranger (Gold Seer Trilogy) Review

Walk on Earth a Stranger (Gold Seer Trilogy) Review

Walk on Earth a Stranger is the first book in Rae Carson’s new series, the Gold Seer Trilogy. The premise is brilliant: a historical fiction set during the Gold Rush, featuring a young adult protagonist with one extremely timely supernatural power – she can sense gold around her, like a human metal detector.

I was actually planning to go to the Yukon this summer to look for gold, so I’m already hooked into this story. Of course, such a talented gift would be valuable to a prospector… valuable enough to kill for. Walk on Earth is a clever YA novel with romantic and paranormal proclivities, but it’s Old West setting and theme is sure to be satisfying.

The open, harsh landscape and long distance roaming is common in dystopian or postapocalyptic fiction, but the same mood will be reached in uncivilized America.

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