How to Buy Ebooks in Africa (Amazon)

The best ebook deals for Africa can be found here.

Amazon.com offers the cheapest books for Africa at $9.99/book.

But some books are more expensive than others, depending on what region you live in.

Check out our guide to finding the best ebook books in Africa for more info.

Here are the best African books available in the United States:1.

How to Get a Job in Africa: A Guide to Finding a Job for People Who Need it, by Ben Mair2.

My Own Family: Stories of a Life on the Edge by Johnnie Walker3.

How To Be a Great Mother by Maria Shriver4.

My Family: An Introduction to Marriage by Marisa Reneau5.

How Your World Is Changing by Margaret Atwood6.

The Little Book of Happiness by Anne Applebaum7.

Why I’m a Better Wife by Rebecca Solnit8.

A Guide for a New Year by Julie Koester9.

The Last Words of A New Year, by Rebecca Traister10.

The New American Dream by James Patterson11.

A Country’s Tale by Elizabeth Gilbert12.

How a Man Becomes His Own Man by Mark Twain13.

The First Year of Love by Eunice Kennedy Shriver14.

How My Family Saved Me by James McBride15.

The World Is Yours by Susan Sontag16.

My Wife’s Husband by John Steinbeck17.

The Big Book of Life, Love, and Marriage by Susan Brownmiller18.

A New Country by Peter Grosz19.

A Time to Grow Up by Michael Whelan20.

A Little Country, by Robert Cormier21.

The Book of the Month for December by Julia Ortega22.

The Love I Know by Lisa Ling23.

The Greatest Gift by Marjorie Liu24.

A Brief History of Time by George Orwell25.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald26.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Kazuo Ishiguro27.

The End of the Great Depression by Paul Auster28.

The Color of Magic by David Foster Wallace29.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by William Faulkner30.

The Black Book of History by Charles Dickens31.

The Grapes of Wrath by George Saunders32.

The Song of the Sea by Mary Shelley33.

The Power of Now by Lisa Simpson34.

A Woman of Small Things by Ruth Rendell35.

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb: A Practical Guide to Surviving Apocalypse by John McPhee36.

The Best Book for a Baby by Amy Sherman-Palladino37.

A Story About a Girl by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi38.

The Woman in Black by E.L. James39.

The Golden Compass by James Baldwin40.

The Way Home by William Shakespeare41.

A History of Love, Money, and Power by Robert Frost42.

The Story of Love: An Illustrated Biography of Love from the Ancient Greeks to the Present by Rebecca Sommers43.

A Short History of the United Nations by Winston Churchill44.

The Art of War by Carl von Clausewitz45.

The Life of a Chinese Emperor by Sun Yat-sen46.

The Beauty of Love (The Story of a Man by Sun Tzu)47.

The Bible in Chinese: A Story of the Life of Moses by Joseph Campbell48.

The Magic of Being Single by Jennifer Aniston49.

The Road to Damascus by John Updike50.

The Most Dangerous Book in the World by Henry Kissinger51.

The War That Never Was by Mark Latham52.

A Man Called My Hero by Toni Morrison53.

The Unabomber: A Novel by Malcolm Gladwell54.

The Secret History of Western Civilization by Henry David Thoreau55.

A Million Little Pieces by Mark Haddon56.

A Road to Wigan Pier by Mark A. Young57.

The Rise and Fall of the House of Saud by Saud al-Faisal58.

The Man Who Would Be Queen by Ayn Rand59.

A Song of Two Cities by Charles Manson60.

The Invisible Empire by Edward Said61.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins62.

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Nathaniel Hawthorne63.

The God Delusion by William Gibson64.

The Handmaid’s Tale: An American Tragedy by Margaret Stohl65.

The Jungle Book by H.G. Wells66.

The Odyssey by Homer67.

A Confederacy of Dunces: How the Civil War Led to the Civil Rights Movement by Amy Davidson68.

A Town Called Mercy by John F. Kennedy69.

The Second Coming of Jesus Christ by George Santayana70.

The Long Walk to Freedom: The Road that Changed America by J.D. Vance71