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30-day free trial for Kindle Unlimited (free for 30 days, then $9.99/month)


It’s free for a whole month, so give it a whirl. You have to dig a little for the good stuff, but here are a few places to start: Oliver Sacks’ The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat, The Man In The High Castle by Philip K. Dick, The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison, and a handful of Kurt Vonnegut books.

Istanbul board game ($39.94)


Istanbul (not Constantinople) is ideal for the casual board game player, with a set of rules that become perfectly clear during the first round of play. There’s enough strategy involved to reward multiple plays with mechanics easy enough to lure in a novice player.

MyGeek 3-D pen ($50.99)


This is basically a handheld 3-D printer, and it looks damn cool.

Nip/Tuck: The Complete Series ($45.99)

At $46, the complete run of the series that helped establish the TV empires of FX and Ryan Murphy is considerably more affordable than a nip or a tuck from McNamara/Troy.


Walking Dead morphing mug ($14.11)

What better way to enjoy your morning coffee?

The Nice Guys ($4.99 to rent, $9.99 to own)


Ignatiy Vishnevetsky called it an “entertaining but shaggy homage to The Rockford Files-era detective series and mid-to-late 1970s cheese.”

Spiraling egg dispenser ($29.99)

If you have room on your countertops, and you like to make omelets on Sunday mornings, this would look pretty spiffy.


Two free audiobooks with Audible trial


Try Amy Schumer’s The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo, which we called “hilarious and brutal.”

Brooklyn Beans assorted K-cups ($20.90)


For your Walking Dead morphing mug.