Posted on 04/19/2019 at 09:30 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

If you haven’t already grabbed your freebies from Amazon’s Read The World promotion, take note — you have less than a week to do so.

Specifically, these international works translated into English are only free until the end of the day April 24.

Here’s what you can enjoy ...

The Murmur of Bees, written by Sofia Segovia and translated by Simon Bruni.

For fans of Isabel Allende, a beautifully captivating new release about a mysterious child with the power to change a family’s history.

An American Princess, written by Annejet van der Zijl and translated by Michele Hutchison.

The true story of a strong-willed woman born into a pioneering American family who became European royalty.

All This I Will Give To You, written by Dolores Redondo and translated by Michael Meigs.

An award-winning page-turner about the secrets and lies of one man that lead another into a family history of criminal deceit.

The Hangman’s Daughter, written by Oliver Potzsch and translated by Lee Chadeayne.

The start of the bestselling series about a Bavarian executioner and his clever daughter solving gruesome crimes in 1600s Germany.

About The Night, written by Anat Talshir and translated by Evan Fallenberg.

From an award-winning author comes a sweeping tale of love torn across boundaries forged by war in 1947 Jerusalem.

The Dark Heart, written by Joakim Palmkvist and translated by Agnes Broomé.

A bestselling true crime story of poisonous family secrets, love gone wrong, and a cold case that refused to stay buried.

Go, written by Kazuki Kaneshiro and translated by Takami Nieda.

A sweet, edgy, and timely coming of age novel about the pains of first love and the struggle with discrimination.

The Passion According to Carmela, written by Marcos Aguinis and translated by Carolina De Robertis.

An epic love saga set against the tumultuous backdrop of the Cuban Revolution by one of Latin America’s most renowned authors.

This Life or The Next, written by Demian Vitanza and translated by Tanya Thresher.

Inspired by real life, a groundbreaking novel of a man’s radicalization and ultimate disillusionment after fighting on the Syrian front lines.

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