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Literary Kindle Fire Covers

Judge an eBook by its Cover

Literary Kindle Fire Covers

Judge an eBook by its Cover

(Was $52.69)
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Quintessentially classic and lovingly designed, these covers hark back to a bygone era. A simpler time; when the written word ruled supreme, books were made of paper and a micro-chip was just a very small piece of fried potato.

Featuring the original, first edition covers for classics such as The Great Gatsby, Slaughterhouse Five, Moby-Dick and On the Road; you can take your pick from a selection of great literary genres, eras and styles. Plus, the soft rubber cradle keeps your Kindle Fire safe from bumps, spills and scratches.

Printed on authentic, heavyweight cloth and card, these first edition covers still look as classic as back in the day. Recreated by professional bookbinders – using only the finest of traditional bookbinding techniques – the Literary Kindle Fire Covers bring an original style to your digital device.

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Please Note:
  • Only suitable for Kindle Fire (not HD)
  • Kindle Fire not included
Product Features:
  • From the awesome team at Out of Print
  • Covers include: A Clockwork Orange, Alice in Wonderland, The Great Gatsby, Lolita, Moby Dick, On the Road, Pride and Prejudice, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
  • Hardcover book board wrapped with heavyweight cloth
  • Created using traditional bookbinding techniques
  • UV coated for added protection and water resilience
  • Soft interior rubber cradle to safely hold and protect your eBook
  • Case features cut outs for cables
  • Made with recycled materials
Technical Specifications:
  • Compatible with Kindle Fire 7” (1st & 2nd Generation)
  • Measures approximately 21cm(H) x 14cm(W) x 2cm(D)

Customer Reviews

Got the clockwork orange cover. Impressed with the quality. It's holding the tablet in securely. I'm sure it will be quite a conversation piece.
Louise, London - 25th December 2013