Friday, January 30, 2015
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Friday Jan 30)
Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1) (The Kate Redman Mysteries), by Celina Grace. (Still free?)
"Murder, Intrigue, Human Frailties, Real People. The story is well written, true to life, and spell binding. The story is easy to follow and understand. The characters are just so well written it is amazing. The characters have many twists and turns in their emotional baggage. Kate and her partner work hard to get to find Charlie. Kate does some curing of her own emotional things as she works. For those who love to delve into the inner working of the human mind and the emotions people carry, boy is this the book for you." -- Amazon reviewer
268 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 488 reviews.
Pharaoh of the Sun: Akhenaten and the Culture of Love (Sons of the Sun Book 1), by Wayne Purdin. (Still 0.99?)
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"I felt like I was transported back to 14th-century BC Egypt. I especially liked the use of images of statues and tomb paintings from the 18th dynasty to show Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and other key players in this fascinating story. The image of Queen Tiye really went well with the author's description of her: "The icy glare of her slanted eyes would make even battle-hardened generals back down in a disagreement." This novel is so well-researched, parts of it read like historical fact or historical theory. Those parts blend well with the dialogue and action that is quite moving at times. You can't help rooting for Ahkenaten and feeling sad when his revolution is squelched by the high-priest and other conspirators. But the novel ends with a ray of hope like one of the comforting arm-like rays of Aten. " -- Amazon reviewer
127 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 10 reviews.
Day of Mindfulness: Living in the Moment (Life Guides Book 4), by Milan Bakrania. (Still free?)
"This is a manual that provides relevant answers to life's difficult questions while instilling people with an arsenal of activities that can harmonize your mind and body. If you follow the step-by-step suggestions prescribed within, broken down into morning, afternoon, and evening phases, there can be no doubt that your life will be affected in an overwhelmingly positive manner. Without hesitation I know that mine has." -- Amazon reviewer
43 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 5 reviews.
How Andrew Got His Spots, by Louise Lintvelt. (Still free?)
"What is so beautiful about How Andrew Got His Spots is the mere simplicity of the story. The illustrations by Julie Sneeden are just lovely. They are bright and colorful and do a great job of conveying the magic throughout the book." -- Mother Daughter Book Reviews
"How Andrew Got His Spots is an adorable book about a young giraffe who is concerned because he doesn't look like everyone else. I loved the meter and rhyme of this one. The illustrations are gorgeous, fun, and whimsical." -- Mommynificent Review
32 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 10 reviews.
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