The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles: Cheapest price in Australia

Posted: 9 March 2022 3:30 pm
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An unruly crew of 3 men and a boy navigate their way to New York City in Amor Towles' bestseller, The Lincoln Highway.

With all the difficulties of modern life, people often yearn for the simpler times of years past. If you want to be transported back into such a "golden age", warts and all, The Lincoln Highway will immerse you in the setting of 1950s America.

Emmett, an 18-year-old convict, has just finished his sentence and is driven home by the prison warden. When he discovers 2 work farm friends have stowed themselves away in the boot, they whisk Emmett and his brother away on a journey to New York City.

Grab this acclaimed novel at an affordable price thanks to this guide to the cheapest available copies. In researching this article, we compared prices from Amazon, Booktopia, Dymocks, QBD Books, Collins and Readings.

Cheapest copies of The Lincoln Highway


<em>The Lincoln Highway</em> paperback edition
The Lincoln Highway paperback edition

Grab the paperback edition of The Lincoln Highway from Amazon for just $16, down from $32.99. That's a whopping 52% off the RRP.

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<em>The Lincoln Highway</em> Kindle edition
The Lincoln Highway Kindle edition

You can get The Lincoln Highway on Kindle from Amazon for $14.99. You don't need a Kindle to enjoy – you can download the free app on a smart device, Mac or PC.

  • Instant access
  • Add Audible narration for $14.99


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<em>The Lincoln Highway</em> audiobook edition
The Lincoln Highway audiobook edition

Prefer to listen? Check out the audiobook edition of The Lincoln Highway for free with an Audible trial. For a limited time, you can sign up for a 2-month free trial. Subsequently, Audible is $16.45 a month.

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Buy The Lincoln Highway in-store

Amor Towles' latest work should be widely available in chains like Dymocks and QBD Books, as well as your local bookstores. Be aware, the prices you'll find will likely be significantly higher than those featured here.

About The Lincoln Highway

Emmett Watson is an 18-year-old convict who has just finished a 15-month sentence for involuntary manslaughter. Upon being driven home by his warden, he discovers 2 of his friends have stowed themselves away in the warden's trunk. They divert Emmett's plans to take his orphaned 8-year-old brother to California, and drag them on a cross-country adventure to New York City.

The novel takes place across just 10 days and follows multiple viewpoints. The rich settings, strong characterisation and attention to historical detail will remind readers of Towles' previous work, A Gentleman in Moscow.

Buy <em>A Gentleman in Moscow</em> on Amazon
Buy A Gentleman in Moscow on Amazon

Count Alexander Rostov is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, and is placed under indefinite house arrest in a luxury hotel. From there, he watches decades of Russian upheaval.



Buy now for $12 (was $19.99)

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