Fetching Raymond: A Story from the Ford County Collection, by John Grisham. (Still 0.99?)
Let's start today's selection with a shortie from John Grisham!
"Repelled yet fascinated! I've come to expect great writing from John Grisham, and he did not disappoint with the short story, "Fetching Raymond." The story is told from a point of view that is rarely considered. The Graney family dynamics are similar to those played out by many American families; but they are vastly different. The description, "dysfunctional" barely scrapes the surface when describing this clan. Reading about the family's actions and reactions to each other makes a great story. While reading, I found I was repelled yet fascinated by the characters, and I just wanted to keep turning the pages to find out what happened next." -- Amazon reviewer
53 pages, with a 3.4-star rating from 170 reviews.
The Advocate (The Advocate Series), by Teresa Burrell. (Still 0.99?)
"Need a break from stories about ivory tower law firms and want to get down and dirty in the streets? My wife is a legal thriller junkie and told me it was the best novel she read in years. I do not usually read her type of books but told her I would see how I liked it. Well I did not like it, I loved it and finished the book in three days. The story tugs on your heart while you are on the edge of your seat, stange combination, but it works and works well." -- Amazon reviewer
292 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 255 reviews.
Werewolf Kid (KiteReaders Monster Series), by Julia Dweck. (Still 0.99?)
"What a cute rhyming book on how a child wished to became a werewolf and have fun. Well written with vivid illustrations. Be careful what you wish for.....for wishes do sometimes come true. A great Halloween book for young and old alike. For a chance to see what a day in the life of a werewolf-kid is read "Werewolf Kid" you will be surprised. Filled with adventure! Another well written story for children by Ms. Dweck. Well done again!! Love this author's stories, her vivid descriptions and her message for youngsters." -- Amazon reviewer
22 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 25 reviews.
Leap of Faith: Quit Your Job and Live on a Boat, by Ed Robinson. (Still 0.99?)
"Ed it the nail on the head so hard in chapter 7, "Dept Free Equals Freedom" and chapter 8, "Save, Save, Save". I recommended everyone in the USA to buy this book and read it if for nothing else, these two chapters. If you follow Ed's brilliant advice, your life will be forever changed and all for the better. The book clearly lays out how ANYONE can get out of dept and live with forever freedom. This was a great read and think it is awesome that this couple changed their lives so positively by doing just some simple adjustments in how they live their life." -- Amazon reviewer
140 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 51 reviews.
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