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The Hottest Deals on the Hottest Books This Holiday!



Let us warm you up with the hottest deals on the hottest books!

Good books make good gifts, but great books make super-freaking-awesome potentially life-changing gifts.


Buy 1 Get 1 Half Off Sale

Now until December 25, score any 2 books for half off our web-price, which is already 25% off the retail price! That's 2 books for $18.

It's probably ridiculous, but we want to help you give some super-freaking awesome potentially life-changing gifts this holiday season.


Gift Certificates

Charm someone in your life this holiday season with a Two Dollar Radio Gift Certificate.

Two Dollar Radio specializes in striking literary fiction for readers of all stripes: novels that are distinctly original, for readers seeking strong female voices, readers who were ruined by high school English, readers who like videogames, or readers looking to be moved by the "most original mother-daughter stories of recent memory."

With subjects ranging from Westerns to Romance to Post-modern Zombie, we've got something for everyone.

Posted by Eliza Wood on 30 November, 2015 deals, holiday, holidays, sales | 0 comments
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