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Last chance to get books at 40% off

Merlin Publishing sale ends tomorrow.

Are you looking for your next read? Then you’re in luck as Merlin Publishers are currently selling all the titles published before 2023 in their stock at a 40% discount, with fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature, translations, poetry, school books, and ebooks all making the cut. 

Running until this Sunday, November 12, the sale can only be accessed on Merlin Publishers’ official website and, given you spend at least €10, there’s free postage to Malta and Gozo!

We’ve had multiple looks at what’s on offer and, believe us, you won’t be disappointed. There are classics like Trevor Zahra’s The Secret Life of Nanna Ġenoveffa and Clare Azzopardi’s Il-Linja l-Ħadra, selling for just €7.20 and €5.94, respectively; award-winning books like Lara Calleja’s Kissirtu Kullimkien, selling for €6; and hardback Melitensia titles like Ramona Depares’s Beltin: Stejjer minn nies minsija, selling for just €11.97. 

Adding to this, there are plenty of children’s books on offer, like the legendary Il-Fiddien series by Simon Bartolo and Loranne Vella, the Il-Kreatura series by Simon Bartolo, and the Lupu Lupettu series, as well as dozens of books by the inimitable Trevor Zahra – this includes Malta’s first book with augmented reality, Il-Misteru tas-Sur Spir Spiteri

The only items on the site that are not on sale are books published by Merlin in 2023, but with so much else available, that should hardly be an issue!

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