Thursday, October 3, 2013

Bargain Kindle books! (Thursday Oct 3)

Outview (The Inner Movement), by Brandt Legg. (Still 0.99?)

"An engrossing tale that pulls you in from the start with Nate having these visions of dying over and over again by every conceivable manner. Adding to this twist is the mysterious death of his father and the dysfunctional relationship with his mother. Then there is the brother who is committed to an institution. Nate does have friends in Kyle and his cousin, Linh. This is the foundation of the journey they are thrust into. I love the past lives/reincarnation, astral travels, and other topics that some would consider new age. Brandt Legg incorporates these points into the story to bring about an awareness and raises questions that are philosophical in nature, that almost reads as a parable at times in bestowing wisdom. Just like the writing of C. L. Lewis, there is something for everyone here. This is what a fantasy novel should be." -- Amazon reviewer


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A coming of age thriller of mystics and magic.

The world contains secrets far more beautiful than you can imagine, and evil far more terrifying than you ever could have feared. Across time and dimension they are after him . . .

For four years sixteen-year-old Nate has blamed himself for his father's death.
For two years Nate's brother has been locked in a mental institution.
For one year Nate has been tortured by horrific visions.
Then things got bad...

While fighting to stay alive, Nate discovers that everything he believed about his life is a lie.

Book one of the Inner Movement Trilogy
Nate's father died mysteriously and only Nate's older brother may know the truth, but their mother had him committed to a mental institution. As the Outviews try to take over his mind, sixteen year old Nate fears his turn is next. During the search for his brother, Nate and three school friends fight to stay alive. Along the way they encounter mystics who show Nate lost powers, teach forgotten wisdom and reveal his extraordinary destiny.

352 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 146 reviews.

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Night of the Candy Creepers (KiteReaders Monster Series), by Donna Davies. (Still 1.99?)

"My niece and nephew loved this book. It is delightfully fun to read and the pictures are not scary to children. My niece is quoted as saying " Donna is the Dr. Seuss of Halloween." I have to agree!" -- Amazon reviewer

★ This picture eBook title features vivid, full-color layouts with Kindle Text Pop-Ups★

It’s Halloween and you’re out for the night,
Not quite realizing you’re in for a fright.
The candy creepers have come to town,
And they will gobble your candy down.

The candy creepers are masters of disguise, but boy are they in for a big surprise.

32 pages, with a 5-star rating from 10 reviews.

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Boy Made of Dawn (A Navajo Nation Mystery), by R. Allen Chappell. (Still 2.99?)

"The author knows how to grab your attention and draw you into the story line and keep you very interested in it to the very end. Absolutely enjoyed his description of the area and the people who are involved in the story." -- Amazon reviewer

Boy Made of Dawn - second in the Navajo Nation mystery series - stand alone sequel to the highly acclaimed Navajo Autumn. Follow Charlie Yazzi and Thomas Begay as stolen children and a sniper assassin bring danger and intrigue to the nation's largest reservation. Old and new characters emerge to unravel ongoing corruption. An irascible Ute family and their shrewd ranch-woman neighbor, become caught up in the plot to place certain tribal leaders above the law.

"Man has always felt most vulnerable in that lonely, netherworld between darkness and dawn. Often, it is then, death takes the sick and weak. They give up finally, unable to bear the weight of another day. A person may - not knowing why - suddenly awaken, if only for an instant, to assure himself all is well. Charlie woke that morning, in the darkness, with just such a feeling."

154 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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The Boy who Lit up the Sky (The Two Moons of Rehnor), by J. Naomi Ay. (Still 0.99?)

"This is an amazing 5 star book. I liked the subtle development of the characters. In the beginning, I felt that the main character Senya was a genetic anomaly, and it appears that he is to a great extent. Even when he was a child, it was difficult to know whether to be repulsed by some of his behaviors. But his caretaker Meri was so devoted to him and him to her, that I became very interested. I am looking forward to an explanation of his extraordinary abilities in future books. The world he lives in is fascinating. The other characters generate compassion, evil, humor, curiosity, and such earnestness that you feel that you are a part of their world. It's much better than then the evening news! I can't wait to see what happens in the next books." -- Amazon reviewer

Lydia Kalila, the Princess Royal of Mishnah, is forced into marriage with the son of her country's mortal enemy for the sole purpose of producing an heir. Duty comes before personal choice for a princess especially when her country has been at war for more than a thousand years. Lydia's pregnancy removes her brother and new husband from their respective lines of succession placing her yet unborn infant at the head of the both queues. No one is happy about this, especially Lydia who dies during childbirth from wounds caused by the talon-like toenails of her very strange newborn son.

Grief stricken at the loss of his daughter, the Mishnese King hastily sends Senya, his infant grandson off to a decrepit inner city orphanage with the intent to retrieve him much later when things got sorted out. At the orphanage, Senya is protected by the invalid Sister Meri who instantly falls in love with the little fellow. She's not bothered at all by his strange telekinetic and telepathic powers, flickering pupil-less silver eyes or wicked clawed toenails. The House Father takes a shine to the lad too and when Senya is six years old, he is summoned to the Father's chamber. The Father ends up in flames forcing Meri and Senya out into a snow storm running for their lives.

Thus begins the tale of Senya, a prince created to be king of a planet but then tossed aside until his twelfth birthday when Lt. Taner, a Royal Guard detective is sent to retrieve him. It is unclear to all whether Senya is the product of something good or something evil but in either case, it is very apparent that he is something more than just Lydia Kalila's son.

*** Note to readers- This title contains graphic language, sexual situations and some violence. It is not intended for children or young teens.

286 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 20 reviews.

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Promise Me, by Mona Ingram. (Still 0.99?)

"Ms Ingram created a wonderfully touching story of love with great characters and setting. The twists of the two love stories pull the reader through the story into a fulfilling ending. If you're looking for a great summer read, PROMISE ME will deliver."

"I thoroughly enjoyed this story, it's a very quick read, and has a good storyline. The characters are done fairly simplistically, but I think that's good, because trying to go much further in depth could have turned this into a book 3 times the length. This is a feel good story, but it's not afraid to call people bad and I think that's difficult to combine so I think the author did a good job."

"Thoroughly enjoyed this. First time for this author but I will definitely be reading more of her books. Nice romance, clean story, good plot."

-- Amazon reviewers

Combat Hospital - Kandahar Airfield

What are the odds? Karen Hughes, an ER nurse, travels half way around the world only to meet someone from the other side of town. Brian Calder, a medevac helicopter pilot, breezes into her life like a refreshing ocean spray. Both from Vancouver Island, they find that they share much in common, and soon become an "item" in the closely knit medical community of KAF. Karen's tour of duty is up in a few weeks, and Brian will follow shortly, but now that he has so much to lose, he becomes concerned for his safety. He's been carrying his grandmother's ring, and uses his considerable charm to convince Karen that she she should take it with her and give it to his grandmother when she returns home.


Join Karen on a heartbreaking and ultimately satisfying journey as she searches for love from the heat and grit of Kandahar to the cool mountains and endless beaches of Vancouver Island.
This book has a new cover as of July 2012.

122 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 7 reviews.

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