New Year Island, by Paul Draker. (Still 0.99?)
"This is a great debut for author Paul Draker. A motley group of strangers is mysteriously contacted by a film studio to play in a 'real' survivor series. Perhaps they should have paid more attention when the studio spokesman lamented the lack of realism in current reality tv but they were all a little too blinded by the $5 million payoff for the winner. The novel is a great thrill ride, its purpose is to entertain and it achieves that purpose magnificently. If you like thrillers, you owe it to yourself to read this book." -- Amazon reviewer
724 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 38 reviews.
Then Like The Blind Man: Orbie's Story, by Freddie Owens. (Still 0.99?)
"Reminiscent of To Kill A Mockingbird, this "sensitive and gripping" coming-of-age story evokes backcountry Kentucky in the troubled 1950's in prose that's spare yet lyrical -- a "special" novel worthy of joining the ranks of an illustrious Southern literary tradition."
- Kindle Nation
"Every once in awhile, you read a book in which every element fits together so perfectly that you just sit back in awe at the skill of the storyteller. Then Like the Blind Man is one of these books. ...[It] grabs you from the very first page and carries you along, breathless and tense, until the very last, very satisfying sentence. Freddie Owens has created something special."
- The San Francisco Book Review
"In an American coming-of-age novel, the author presents a stunning story with clarity and historical accuracy, rich in illuminating the Appalachian culture of the time period. ...[It] brings history alive, depicting American union labor practices and the racial prejudices that were so prevalent in the 1950's."
- Publisher's Weekly
332 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 160 reviews.
Wolf Magic (Avador), by Shirley Martin. (Still 2.99?)
"Shirley Martian brings us a touching romance that goes through hell to be together. The amazing strength this story has is beautiful. I was eager to see what happened next as I read through this heart-wrenching love. I was not unsatisfied in the least. WOLF MAGIC truly shows the magic of love." -- Amazon reviewer
116 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 5 reviews.
Once Humans (Daimones Trilogy), by Massimo Marino. (Still 3.03?)
"The suspenseful, thrilling plot of Massimo Marino's work in Once Humans is very well designed and is presented in great detail. The development of the characters, their emotions, and the way they react to each other makes the story move in a way that appeals to all members of the human race. This is an excellent sci-fi thriller which is not only well thought out and very imaginative, but thrilling and captivating as well. This is an excellent, and very well written book." -- Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
"I enjoyed this book, and was able to come back to this world, since the author with use of a prologue updated the reader on what transpired in book one of the series. At times it is very hard to follow a series when books can be months or years apart, so having an author update you is something all authors should do." -- Linda Tonis for the Paranormal Romance Guild group
333 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 19 reviews.
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