It’s easy to go overboard and bust your budget over the holidays.

 

Have no fear—we’re here to help. Right now there are a lot of great deals on some really spectacular books. But if you see something you like, grab it now, since prices are subject to change.

 

If you’re looking for really great reads at really low prices, start with our 101 NOOK Books Under $2.99 collection.

 

To get you started, you might want to check out one of these gems:

 

 

Robert Morgan’s Gap Creek is a beautiful story of marriage set during the turn of the 19th century. A young couple tries to make a new life in a hardscrabble valley, only to find that their love will be put to the test by nature, work, and the disappointment of unrealized dreams.

 

An ideal New Year’s read, Live More, Want Less give readers a user-friendly non-judgmental approach to simplifying their lives in a week-at-a-time format.

 

Fans of Robert Jordan’s blockbuster Wheel of Time series will be delighted to introduce their favorite young reader to From the Two Rivers—the first in a YA adaptation of his beloved fantasy series.

 


 

 

 


Tell Me: What’s the best bargain NOOK Book you’ve read?


 

Comments
by BookFiendGal on ‎01-16-2013 10:14 AM

Best bargain Nook Book I've read was A Prayer for Owen Meany, which was a Nook Daily Find last year for $2.99.

by krisket on ‎01-16-2013 12:53 PM

Ooohh thanks very much! What a great way to make the BN gift cards I received go farther!

by TarHeelGirl00 on ‎01-16-2013 01:21 PM

I really enjoyed "Look Again," by Lisa Scottoline.  It was featured here on the blog as a special Nook offer last year.

by javabird on ‎01-16-2013 08:51 PM

I like that you have made this list available. This list would be even better if there was a way to sort them by categories (i.e. fiction, sci-fi, romance, etc.)

by JB62 on ‎01-17-2013 12:03 AM

My favorite bargain book was "The Girl of Fire and Thorns" by Rae Carson.  This was a Daily Find last September for $2.99.

by Bonaventure on ‎01-17-2013 08:27 AM

Why so many romance novels?

by Tysugo on ‎01-18-2013 03:01 PM

I HONESTLY cannot name on that I liked best. You seem to have the uncanny ability to choose some fantastic reads with no emphasis on genre. As for the Free Friday offerings - another fantastic and amazing value. I NEVER thought I would like eReaders until I received my Nook Tablet for Christmas last year. So far I have over 400 books in my library not to mention the other 300 in my paper library. THANK YOU for the wonderful reads!!

by reader5555 on ‎01-18-2013 06:45 PM

One that I really enjoyed was Nelson Demille's Plum Island, as it introduced me to a new author. I also took advantage of the special pricing to buy the entire Georgette Heyer collection, or at least 28 of them, as her mysteries are comparable to Dorothy L Sayers, and her Regency novels are like lightweight cousins of Jane Austen. Thank you for offering them. I appreciate it even though not all of your selections are to my taste, as you must make choices to appeal to a wide range of tastes.

by butterflly13 on ‎01-20-2013 07:34 PM

The Body Mover books are fun, I have read a few in paperback and am glad to see they are now on the nook.  It is hard to pick a favorite "bargain book" but I am really happy with Antoinette Stockenberg always enjoy her books, also Amanda Stevens is good as well.