eBook Deal: Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New World Revisited’
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The eBook deal of the day today for the Amazon Kindle is Brave New World Revisited, by Aldous Huxley, for only $1.99 (that’s 83% off the regular price of $11.99).

Note, this deal is valid only for today, Friday, October 28, 2011, until 11:59 PST.

Text-to-Speech is enabled for the Kindle version. If you’d like to own a physical copy of Brave New World Revisited, the book is also available in paperback for $9.49.

The book is a non-fiction follow-up to Huxley’s classic fiction novel, Brave New World, paperback and Kindle formats for discounted prices. There’s also a paperback version that contains both books — Brave New World and Brave New World Revisited — for only $11.55.

Aldous Huxley looks backward and forward in this brilliant extended essay published a quarter of a century after his controversial, dark visionary novel. Analyzing America at mid-century against the world of tomorrow, Huxley finds some answers and asks more questions.

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