World Book Day | free books!

Do you like free books? If you’re on my blog, then i’m sure you do! In honor of World Book Day, Amazon Crossing is giving away Kindle Books in translation. Amazon Crossing believes that books have the power to connect people across language, country, and culture through the power of storytelling. If you would like to take advantage of this glorious opportunity, visit amazon.com/WorldBookDay to download award-winning international books and join in on the World Book Day celebration! If you have an Amazon account and access to a Kindle or Kindle app you can grab these titles for free!

Click HERE to view the books!

The book I chose to download for World Book Day is About the Night by Anat Talshir.

SUMMARY: On a hot summer day in 1947, on a grandstand overlooking Jerusalem, Elias and Lila fall deeply, irrevocably in love.

Tragically, they come from two different worlds. Elias is a Christian Arab living on the eastern side of the newly divided city, and Lila is a Jew living on the western side. A growing conflict between their cultures casts a heavy shadow over the region and their burgeoning relationship. Between them lie not only a wall of stone and barbed wire but also the bitter enmity of two nations at war.

Told in the voice of Elias as he looks back upon the long years of his life, About the Night is a timely story of how hope can nourish us, loss can devastate us, and love can carry us beyond the boundaries that hold human beings apart.

Read The World, direct links to free kindle titles:

If you are celebrating #WorldBookDay, comment what book you decided to go with first! I hope we can all enjoy this celebration of free books! Thank you Amazon Publishing for sponsoring this post and helping me to share the love of books today!

xo,
courtney

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a twenty-something wife in kentucky who reads books, blogs, fangirls, and drinks an abundance amount of coffee.

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