Most Expensive Kindle eBook Now on Sale – 20% Off

Great News! Amazon is putting all sorts of titles on sale today, and that includes Nuclear Energy. This page-turner is on sale for a measly $6, 232.

For a mere $10 a page, you can now buy one of mankind’s greatest works. Can you find a better value elsewhere? I think not. I cannot even go to a movie theater for less than $10 anymore, and that really puts the value of Nuclear Energy into perspective.

But don’t take my word for it. Read some of the reviews left by satisfied customers:

I bought this title and it added like 300 lb to the weight of my Kindle. Including a free sample of plutonium was a great marketing gimmick, but I don’t think the publisher thought it all the way through.

And:

After all this time, Amazon and the publishers are listening to our $6999.99 boycott! To show my pleasure and to reward them for doing so, I purchased this book.

The first couple of chapters were slow and went over the basics of nuclear energy that I learned in the 4th grade. However, by chapter 3, the pace really started to pick up and I could. not. put. it. down! The suspense was killing me!

I now have about half a reactor built in my backyard and am waiting a delivery from Home Depot and Bed, Bath and Beyond to finalize the construction.

And finally:

My sons are in 5th & 6th grade, and this was a great supplement for their homeschool science curriculum. I really don’t think we’ll use it past 7th grade because it is a bit elementary. The boys did like the “Calvin & Hobbes” references, though. Anyway, I’m hoping I can get at least $3500 for it at our local used curriculum sale next month.

As you can see, there is much useful info that can be found in this eBook. Why don’t you head over there right now and buy it?

Nuclear Energy