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Reader’s Delight


BookOutlet

What It Is: Are you a reading fanatic? Do you devour books like they’re candy? Are your shelves living walls of (book) spine art? If so, I may have something to feed your addiction. Book Outlet is a cool site I’ve recently encountered which, as you may imagine by its name, sells bargain books at incredible prices. What’s great is compared to an actual bargain book section of a store, it’s super easy to navigate, and they still get super hot titles in – like The 5th Wave (which just hit theatres) and bestselling author Jojo Moyes. There are even coffee table books, cookbooks and more. Plus, shipping to Canada ain’t half-bad, even with Canada’s less than awesome exchange rate – you won’t be able to pass up these unbelievable book prices!

Who It’s For: Stock up on books for your avid reading sibling, nephew or niece, child, spouse, or best friend. Or give them a gift card and let them go crazy browsing!

What It Costs: Most books I saw were in the $6 – $11 USD range, but some were lower or higher. Shipping is a base rate of $3.25 plus $0.80 per item.

Where It’s At: Visit Book Outlet and stock up your to read pile this winter!

BONUS entry into yesterday’s Fitness Gifts giveaway – tell me in the comments below; what book on the Book Outlet site are you interested in nabbing?

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44 Responses to “Reader’s Delight”
  1. I love Book Outlet as well. I’ve been using it for the last two years to buy my books, because they are such a fabulous price. There is a site for Canadians http://bookoutlet.ca/, you will get the books in Canadian pricing, and shipping is cheaper. I made the same mistake and ordered from the bookoutlet.com site, and got charged more for shipping. Happy Reading 🙂

  2. The Mime Order looks interesting

  3. aketch says:

    Fly away looks interesting. I am always looking for inspirational reads for our book club.

  4. SandyS says:

    Blue ribbon canning would be my choice!

  5. redlizzy1 says:

    What a great book site, thank you for sharing. And easy to navigate. I’d love to read The Cost of Courage by Charles Kaiser.

  6. Heather Swanson says:

    The Swan Gondola

  7. Kim K says:

    I like the book Brain Games!

  8. Rachel C. says:

    I’ve heard great things about the Wolf Wilder! It’s on my to-read list.

  9. nicolthepickle says:

    The The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection from the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series. It’s on my list of books to read and buy.

  10. Joan G. says:

    I’d be interested in reading The Storyteller.

  11. Aimee says:

    I’d like to read fly away.
    I am a subscriber

  12. Lindsey says:

    Delivering Death by Julie Kramer

  13. Lynda Grant says:

    I am liking the book “Weedless Gardening.”

  14. Erin W says:

    I’d love to get A Time of Miracles by Anne-Laur Bondou

  15. corkrose says:

    Ha – I just signed up – I usually try & read at least one book a week 🙂 & love the paper format – even thought I have my ipad & a reader. I notice a few Lisa Scottline novels I have been meaning to read, so would go for those & a bunch of others. The fear of a reader – is ever running out 🙂

  16. Susan says:

    I love Book Outlet as well! I would like to read Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. It is supposed to be made into a television series.

  17. Anne Derkat says:

    I’d love Le Corbusier and The Power of Photography

  18. cookie3 says:

    Wow, great prices at the Book Outlet. I’d love to read
    A Small Town in Germany by John LeCarre

  19. laura says:

    New Sophie Kinsella book

  20. Shannon says:

    I’d like to read Lock In by John Scalzi

  21. dabrowne says:

    I would order The Cancer Fighting Kitchen for great recipes for cancer patients, myself and 2 of my sisters.

  22. Daniela Plume says:

    Bonus #4 – I’d like to read “The Secret Place” by Tana French

  23. ginette4 says:

    I would nab Calico Joe by John Grisham

  24. Kim Hamilton says:

    Love this-such inexpensive and yet NEW books. I would pick up Waking Up by Sam Harris first! What a steal!
    http://bookoutlet.com/Store/Details/waking-up-a-guide-to-spirituality-without-religion/_/R-9781451636017B

  25. Barb B says:

    I would get Thomas King’s ‘The Back of the Turtle’ for sure. Love this site!

  26. katydidit21 says:

    I would nab A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable.

  27. Alison K says:

    Survival of the Fittest bonus entry: I’m interested in nabbing Before I Die by Candy Chang http://bookoutlet.com/Store/Details/before-i-die/_/R-9781250020840B. She’s a great artist with powerful installations. Thanks

  28. Jennifer Kelsie says:

    Shopaholic to the Stars!!! Haven’t read that one yet! 😀

  29. I’m recently into apocalyptic YA books, so I’d like to try The Infinite Sea, the sequel to The Fifth Wave.

  30. Shelley N says:

    I would probably pick Fool’s Assassin (The Fitz and the Fool, Bk 1) for my son

  31. aly3360 says:

    I’d love to read Little Bee by Christ Cleave. It’s one of the books in their new arrivals section!

  32. intensev5 says:

    I would the City of Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls books

  33. Kelly H says:

    I want to read Jojo Moyes – One plus one

  34. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d nab “If You Find Me”

  35. I would love to get A Very Fine House

  36. Jessica e says:

    I’d nab The 5th Wave!

  37. diane says:

    I would nab Infinite Potential.

  38. Lynda Larsen-Baldry says:

    Sophie Kinsella Shopaholic to the Stars

  39. julia g says:

    I love Book Outlet. I like to wait for an extra sales boost, like the one for Family Day. And FYI, check your shipping options. I found that shipping Expresspost was cheaper and faster) than regular mail.

  40. Susan T. says:

    The Book Outlet is great! I use the Canadian site so it’s cheaper. I would love P.S. I Still Love you by Jenny Han.

  41. Lisa S says:

    This is such a great site! I am looking forward to reading Cross My Heart by James Patterson

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