Tuesday, December 07, 2010

The Dog of the North - now on the Kindle

Tempted by the idea of reading some fantasy fiction but too lazy to prop up a 474-page book?  Or no more room on your groaning bookshelves?  Perhaps you baulk at paying £5.99 for a reading experience but regard £5.69 as entirely reasonable?

If so, the new Kindle edition of The Dog of the North  is just the thing for you.  I've had my Kindle for a couple of months and I'm very taken with it.  My only gripe has been the relatively limited range of books available, a concern I now feel has been entirely addressed by this latest development...

7 comments:

C. N. Nevets said...

If any book was worth spraining my wrists for, though, it was Dog of the North.

Doesn't appear to be Kindled in the US, by the way.

Tim Stretton said...

There is a US Kindle version, it seems (http://www.amazon.com/Dog-North-ebook/dp/B004E9T0OK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&m=A7B2F8DUJ88VZ&s=digital-text&qid=1291734475&sr=1-3), but you can only find it in the Kindle store. Clicking on the paperback doesn't seem to bring it up.

C. N. Nevets said...

Ah, okay - thanks for the link. I don't think it appeared in my general search results either. Have one or two folks that I plan of giving the give of the Dog for Christmas, and one of the folks has a Kindle.

Tim Stretton said...

Remember, a Dog is for life, not just for Christmas...

C. N. Nevets said...

They swear they'll walk it and clean up after it.

Donna Hole said...

If Santa bring me my Kindle, I'm sure it'll be one of my first expenditures.

.......dhole

Tim Stretton said...

Santa's normally pretty good that way...