The Book of Accidents is five bucks for your various E-MACHINE CYBERBOOK platforms. Why is this? I don’t know. How long will it last? I’ve zero idea. But it’s true right now, at the moment I type this, and you’ll find this to be the case at Amazon and Kobo and B&N and Apple and all that.
So, enter the old house, find your way through the boulder field, down to the old coal mine. Something waits you there. And it’s $4.99.
8 responses to “The Book Of Accidents For Five Bucks? Sure!”
I really loved this book… and am personally shocked that it’s not a Neflix series yet. I saw it so clearly in my head, I feel like I watched it.
I can’t begin to tell you how much I enjoyed that book. So I’ll finally stop procrastinating (sorry sorry!) and recommend it on all the socials, et cetera.
Great news! This almost makes me wish I hadn’t bought it already. 😀
As of today, still at this price on Amazon. I snagged it for my Kindle.
Your Book of Accidents is by far the better book when compared against Stephen King’s Fairy Tale (which is unreadable after pg 165). So that must feel great as a writer? Knowing you’ve written a better book than King?
I hate ebooks btw. Hard to lend, borrow and sell.
I had planned to reread Wanderers then dive right in to Wayward then your publisher had to go and do this. So now I’ve been reading The Book of Accidents since last weekend and then the new Annalee Newitz dropped last week. It’ll be a busy month for reading’, and that is excellent.
Accidents is god damned excellent, by the way. I don’t know why I didn’t have a copy already but it is hitting me just right in this gloomy weird winter. Thanks, Chuck!
I just finally started reading this, and I’m totally engrossed. It’s gonna be a super read for bedtime spookies.