You Can Get 1,000 Books For Free Through Amazon Prime Reading

Book lovers, we have some excellent news. 

There’s a way you can get 1,000 free books, magazines and comics with Amazon Prime Reading. They’ve got a vast collection, with everything from literary classics to memoirs of famous writers, addictive beach reads to glossy monthly magazines.

How do I read books on Amazon Prime Reading?  

Prime subscribers can get the full list of books using the Kindle app for iOS or Android or on a Kindle or Fire tablet. Get the full list of which books you can read for free here. 

How much does Amazon Prime cost?

The current Amazon Prime membership costs £79 per year. Which is pretty good value, considering that this price includes your free reading haul, next-day delivery on shopping items and access to Prime Video and Prime Music.

What are the best books on Amazon Prime Reading? 

With over 1,000 books and magazines to choose from, there’s something to suit all tastes. But here are a few of our favourite titles from the Amazon Prime Reading list…


Call Me Tuesday, by Leigh Byrne  

When Tuesday’s mother plunges headfirst down a flight of stairs, it’s the second-worst thing that’s ever happened to her. The first? That her mother survives. Based-on-a-true story, Call Me Tuesday is horrifying and heartbreaking in equal measure, centred around a child’s loss of a nurturing mother and the trauma of battling with the monster in her place. 


The Girl from the Sea, by Shalini Boland

Fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train will devour this chilling suspense thriller. Like Rachel, the central protagonist from GOTT, our heroine is faced with the disturbing reality of not being able to trust her own memory. Washed up on a beach alone in Dorset, void of her possessions, Mia remembers nothing. But while trying to fill in the blanks, it soon becomes apparent that trusting just anyone, no matter how close they claim to be, could result in disaster…  

We’re All Damaged, by Matthew Norman 

Andy Carter was more than happy with his simple existence in Midwest America, until his wife ditched him for a handsome paramedic down the road. Cue an impulsive move to New York and hints of the kind of Eat, Pray, Love-style soul searching – from a male perspective. 

The Forgotten Sister: Mary Bennet’s Pride and Prejudice, by Jennifer Paynter

We love a twist on a classic, and the latest novel-within-a-novel offering is an elegant accompaniment to Jane Austen’s masterpiece. The third Bennet sister, Mary, steps into the spotlight to retell the story we all know so well. 


Bright Side, by Kim Holden

Secrets, everyone has them. But when Kate Sedgewick reveals hers, it could end her life as she knows it… A thought-provoking read.