UK readers! Good news!

Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by jaime, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. jaime

    jaime Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Really can't think of decent title. But it's 2am and hotter than Cardassian heaven.

    Kindle ebooks for Star Trek are having some kind of stealth sale....practically every movie novelisation, 99p, voyager script books 1.99....things like destiny and the omnibuses I saw were down to 3.99!

    It's a rare day...and remember, even though we love print, a kindle looks like something from Voyager, and Star Trek is a pioneer in ebooks, right back to palm pilot days.

    Also...which sane man can turn down TMP for 99p!

    (ok...I turned down all the TNG movies bar generations, as the First Contact is the Ya version. I also didn't bother with the JJ verse. And if Vi had been available I would have to think hard. I have no nostalgia for that book. Did I mention the Voyager script book is 30 odd quid in print? I should mention that)

    Let me know if theres anything exciting I missed...I think some of the medium distance relaunch novels are down to three quid, and one ancient ds9 novel from the halcyon days of the 90s is 99p.
     
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  2. Csalem

    Csalem Commodore Commodore

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  3. fancealot

    fancealot Ensign Newbie

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    It's a little bonus, i'm still miffed we can't get any of the 50th anniversary offers that the US customers can.
     
  4. jaime

    jaime Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I don't know about them, so am gonna try hard not to find out so I can't be sad about them.
    I do wish the new unofficial history books weren't so pricey. I have captains logs on my shelf and would have been happy to read new versions on Kindle.
     
  5. Trek Survivor

    Trek Survivor Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Thanks for the tip-off. Some great bargains.
     
  6. Kinggodzillak

    Kinggodzillak Captain Captain

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    Yes, it was a rather lovely surprise to see all those price drops on my Amazon wishlist. Even things like the Signature Editions, which have sat at over £10 for years, are now hovering around £4.99 or lower. I was surprised to see The Latter Fire at £3.99, since that's only been out a few months!

    Picked up all the 99p Voyager relaunch and Gorkon novels that were on offer last month, and grabbed all but the YA First Contact novel this month.

    Just a shame we're still missing more than 50 of the numbered TOS & TNG novels...