To celebrate the upcoming World Book Day on April 23, Amazon is currently offering 10 free Kindle e-books from around the world to all its users. These free e-books can be accessed using a Kindle, Amazon Fire tablet or the Kindle app. Amazon Prime membership is not required to download the e-books. Also Read - Amazon Prime subscription plans to get expensive by Rs 500 in India: Check new prices
All of the 10 e-books have been sourced from 10 separate countries and translated into English. The offer is set to expire on April 25 at 12:29 PM IST after which none of these e-books will be available for free. Also Read - Android apps now available on Windows 11, but only for beta testers
The list of books include: Also Read - Best 5G phone under Rs 20,000 on Amazon, Flipkart today: Realme 8s, iQOO Z3, Samsung Galaxy M32, more
- The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy
- A Single Swallow by Zhang Ling
- The Broken Circle: A Memoir of Escaping Afghanistan by Enjeela Ahmadi-Miller
- At the End of the Matinee by Keiichiro Hirano
- You, Me, and the Colors of Life by Noa C Walker
- The Son and Heir: A Memoir by Alexander Münninghoff
- Amora: Stories by Natalia Borges Polesso
- Some Days by María Wernicke
- The King of Warsaw: A Novel by Szczepan Twardoch
- Return to the Enchanted Island: A Novel by Johary Ravaloson
Apart from the World Book Day offer, Amazon recently also announced a discount of Rs 40 on its monthly Kindle Unlimited subscription, which will now be made available to all Amazon users in India at Rs 129, instead of Rs 169. Prime members get a further discount, bringing down the cost of the service to Rs 99 per month. Amazon is also providing Prime members with access to multiple e-books at no additional cost.
Amazon has also introduced a new feature, which will allow users to set the cover of the e-book they are reading on their Kindle lock screen. The feature is currently supported on the 8th and 10th generation Kindle, 7th and 10th generation Paperwhite, 8th, 9th and 10th generation Oasis and 7th generation Voyage.