Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Gelen Amu, by Ira Zima. (Still free?)
"Drama, mystery, horror, romance, and thriller are some genres that this eloquent novel covers without failing to delivering the twist. Gelen Amu is truly an entertaining detective novel that follows the story of a 16-year old girl who has to learn the truth about the mysterious murders." -- Amazon Reviewer
388 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 10 reviews.
An Inconvenient Year, by Yvonne Joye. (Still free?)
"I quickly found myself drawn in by Yvonne's account. I was ignorant enough to think that cancer simply meant illness, chemo and hair-loss but I soon learned that that's just a small part of it. I had never heard the facts about how it affects family, children, partners and friends. Yvonne shares her experience with honesty and openess, the accounts of her thoughts and actions even making me laugh aloud sometimes. I read the book in three sittings, feeling very humbled when I turned the last page. I would recommend this book to anyone - whether cancer has touched their life or not." -- Amazon Reviewer
199 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 58 reviews.
Genesis Earth, by Joe Vasicek. (Still free?)
"It's been a while since I've found a SF novel that was such a page-turner! Vasicek is great at suspense and keeping his SF elements realistic. I really felt like I was there. The characters are believably flawed--can't have every YA be a super genius at everything, hehe--and the story itself was quite original and satisfying. An enjoyable read! Well worth the chance on a new author. I don't give 5 stars lightly." -- Amazon Reviewer
231 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 15 reviews.
Crossing the Water, by Ian Wilkinson. (Still free?)
"Ian gives an apt account of what can happen when you place a foot wrong in life. The twists and turns of an ordinary life become even more convoluted and snare those closest by as well. I especially liked Ian's descriptions of Ireland in the early 1900's .The limited opportunity ,poverty , and hard grind to put food on the table while living under oppression fed constant struggle. A well documented and authentic account Fon's and Pat's journey to freedom." -- Amazon Reviewer
442 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 6 reviews.
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