BookGorilla.com is the home of BookGorilla, a free service which promises to alert their members to limited time free and discounted Kindle eBooks that match your personal literary interests.
According to their website, many other similar services will fill your inbox with multiple emails filled with books by authors you've never heard of. Their goal is focus on bestselling and well known authors, and only include a few new authors of "real distinction."
How Does It Work?
All you do is submit your email address to their website and then fill out a short questionnaire regarding your literary interests, so they know what types of book deals to send you. These questions determine whether you want to be alerted to all available books of a certain category, or just a specific subset.
You can then choose how many book deal options you want included in each email, as you will only receive a single email each day. These options are 12, 25, or 50 books.
The service says that it is completely free; the deals they send you seem to be all either free or for $3.99 or less.
Currently BookGorilla only sends updates regarding deals that are available to Kindle users.
The BookGorilla.com service is free so there is no need for a refund policy. Customers who are interested in possible refunds for the book purchases they make will need to review the Amazon Kindle eBooks Refund Policy.
Customer Service Contact Info
There is currently no published phone number or mailing address, but customers with questions or complaints can submit their questions directly to the website through their "Contact Us" link.
BookGorilla is a fairly new site that may not be as well known as some others that offer similar services, but reviewers seem to agree that they do a good job of what they promise - alerting you to high quality, well regarded books at a discount.
Is It Safe?
There do not seem to be any complaints about this product regarding safety.
Competitors and Alternatives?
BookGorilla is a part of a fairly new service industry, but there are some other competitors out there, like BookBub.com and The Fussy Librarian.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your BookGorilla reviews below.