Amazon Prime Day 2022 may be over but if you're joining us now, don't worry, there are still a ton of really great book deals to check out this week. Most are slightly more expensive than over this year's Amazon Prime Day sale but since the retailer is constantly updating its book store with promotions there's always something to check out.
We've updated this page with our favorite post-Prime Day book deals still remaining in both the US and UK. There are still some great savings on iconic novels and New York Times best sellers alike, so no matter what genre you read, you can save yourself a few pennies.
You can check out the full selection for yourselves, or read on for some of our top picks for fiction and non-fiction titles in the US and UK.
Post Prime Day book deals at Amazon.com
Post Prime Day book deals at Amazon.co.uk
Remember, as an Amazon Prime member you'll also get access to a library of free ebooks that are perfect for reading on an Amazon Kindle – whether it's one you already own, or one you picked up thanks to a Prime Day Kindle deal.
Today's best Prime Day book deals
The best US book deals
$40 $21.90 at Amazon
Save $18.09 – This X-Men story by Jonathan Hickman is one of the writer's best yet. If you're looking for some Marvel action to keep you entertained this summer, this is one graphic novel deal you won't want to miss out on.
The Raven Spell: A Novel:
$14.95 $8.99 at Amazon
Save $5.94 – If you're looking for something new to read this Prime Day why not check out this 2022 fantasy novel from Luanne G. Smith? This Amazon Editor's pick tells a tale of magic and murder mystery set in Victorian England and is the first part of the A Conspiracy of Magic series (with a follow-up novel releasing in October later this year).
Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics:
$50 $20.92 at Amazon
Save $20.92 – Learn more about the songs and life of world-famous performer Dolly Parton with this musical spin on an autobiography. This deal is on the hardcover version which includes exclusive pictures taken of Parton throughout her life alongside personal insight into her tracks.
The Handmaid's Tale Box Set:
$32.90 $21.99 at Amazon
Save $17.51 – This box set includes both The Handmaid's Tale and The Testaments, the books that inspired the hit Hulu show of the same name. Following environmental disasters and the Second American Civil War, a totalitarian regime has risen up to take control; The Handmaid's Tale follows Offred, a woman in this world who has had her liberty stripped from her and is forced to produce children for one of the regime's commanders. Set 15 years later, The Testaments follows the three separate protagonists but is no less compelling a story – these books are a must-read, especially at this record-low price.
The Lord of the Rings Illustrated:
$75 $29.19 at Amazon
Save $45 – If you or someone you know absolutely loves Lord of the Rings then this hardback version of the original classic featuring J.R.R. Tolkien's own illustrations is a must-buy this Prime Day. That's especially true as this is the cheapest a new copy of the book has ever sold for on Amazon, beating the previous lowest price of just under $41.
Skinnytaste Air Fryer Dinners:
$23 $10.66 at Amazon
Save $7.95 – If you've picked up an air fryer this Prime Day or already have one in your kitchen at home then this New York Times bestselling cook book will help you get more out of it. Learn how to cook 75 healthy yet tatsy recipes by picking up this book while it's still at its lowest ever price.
1 month 3 month free trial at Amazon
Save $29.90 – If you're yet to try Audible (Amazon's audiobook service) this Prime Day could be your best chance yet as you can extend the usual one-month trial to three months at no cost. Each month you'll get one credit to buy and keep any audiobook from the service you want plus unlimited access to a load of Audible-exclusive content.
The best UK book deals
This is Not a Pity Memoir:
£15 £11.33 at Amazon
Save £3.66 – With numerous celebrities and readers, including Meryl Streep, endorsing this book you can be sure it'll be a good read. This tale following lead character June after the death of her partner is not only a page-turning thriller, but it's full of love and humour too.
When The Sky Falls:
£8 £6.55 at Amazon
Save £1.44 – Based on a true story, this tale set in 1941 follows a boy sent to help a gruff woman care for her rundown zoo as bombers decimate the city it's in. If your young one has been struggling to find a book they enjoy(or has read through every book you own already) this adventure could be just what they need.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes:
£9 £5 at Amazon
Save £3.99 – This prequel to the hugely popular Hunger Games series has a small but significant price cut this week, although it's slightly more than Prime Day. It follows the story of Coriolanus Snow, the future President on Panem as he tries to restore the house of Snow to glory once more by helping a tribute from District 12 win the tenth annual Hunger Games.
What If?: Serious Scientific Answer to Absurd Hypothetical Questions:
£10 £8.19 at Amazon
Save £1.80 – What If? is an equally informative and entertaining book that answers questions like 'What if everyone jumped at the same time' and 'How many humans would a T-Rex have to eat each day to survive'. If you love learning but found the school's subjects boring then this Prime Day book deal could be the one for you.
Peaky Blinders: The Legacy
£8.99 £5.49 at Amazon
Save £3.50 – If you need more Peaky Blinders in your life then this book about the real-life gangs the show is based on is worth checking out. A nice price cut and glowing reviews makes this one a worthy inclusion on our list.
Tom Kerridge's Outdoor Cooking
£22 £15.50 at Amazon
Save £11.51 – As we head into the summer barbecue season why not impress your guests with recipes from this guide to cooking great meals outdoors? Today's price isn't the cheapest we've ever seen but this one is definitely worth keeping an eye during the summer heat wave.
Do you need Amazon Prime for Prime Day book deals?
For Amazon Prime Day book deals proper - yes, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member. The good news is, however, most of these remaining deals - and the book deals found at the retailer all year round - are not exclusive to Prime members.
Still, we'd recommend considering picking up Prime for the next event, and possibly even over Black Friday. While there are usually tons of general sales open to all customers over Prime Day, Amazon always keeps its best deals for Prime members exclusively. Thankfully, the retailer offers a free trial throughout the year, which you can use to gain access to every Prime Day deal free of charge.
Get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime
Amazon is currently offering a 30 day free trial of Prime. While you're a little early for Prime Day itself, you'll get the same benefits as paid members: free delivery, early access to lightning deals, plus video streaming, music, Prime Reading and more. You can cancel at any time during the trial. After 30 days, Prime will cost $12.99/£7.99 per month.