Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Tuesday Sep 23)
Pretty Little Liars, by Sara Shepard. (Still free?)
"Debut author Sara Shepard's shamelessly addictive blend of Desperate Housewives and I Know What You Did Last Summer is absolutely delicious. Her infusion of mystery and murder breathes new life into the tired genre of high society chick lit, and will give fans of Gossip Girl and The A-List something new to dig their French-manicured nails into. A cliff-hanging ending will leave readers craving the second title in the planned four-part series." -- Amazon reviewer
314 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 582 reviews.
Timeloopers: A Strange Machine (Book One), by Dan Rix. (Still 0.99?)
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"The day a new series starts is particularly awesome! A whole bunch of new ideas, new what if's, and new characters to love and hate? It's my idea of book heaven. We'll start with what's most important: the science! I was a bit nervous about how Dan would tackle the temporal paradox. Time travel novels are usually riddled with inconsistencies, and short on set up and explanation. I should have had more faith! Similar to his other series (God's Loophole), there is a nice, tight explanation that works well on a small scale. He marries basic principles of computer science and the quantum mechanics interpretation of time travel to solve some basic issues, and keeps self-consistency at the forefront of the reader's mind. I'm excited to see how the series will play out." -- Amazon reviewer
262 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 12 reviews.
Twist Me (Twist Me #1), by Anna Zaires. (Still 0.99?)
"Wow-awesome book! Different from your typical millionaire romances out there. Great chemistry between the couple. So happy that the second and last book comes out at the end of this month." -- Amazon reviewer
313 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 410 reviews.
Bitterwood (Bitterwood Trilogy Book 1), by James Maxey. (Still free?)
"Maxey's world is stunningly imaginative, a landscape both familiar and alien, and packed with thoughtful treats for readers. Skillfully examining themes of faith, martyrdom and heroism, Maxey maintains an unflagging believability even while borrowing some of the most generic elements from science fiction and fantasy. The dragons are wonderfully written, as is the tormented hero; it is almost a shame that the story is so self-contained, as many readers will pine for a whole series of Dragon Age titles." -- Amazon reviewer
500 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 51 reviews.
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