A Call to Arms: Book One of the Chronicles of Arden, by Shiriluna Nott. (Still 0.99?)
"A fun romp through a new world, and a coming-of-age story that I think is going to become epic. The reader follows Gibben Nemesio, a poor farm boy from Willowdale, who is struggling to run the family farm and take care of two younger brothers at the ripe old age of thirteen. Technically, Gib is an adult in his world, but he is still in that strange, transitional time emotionally where he's trying to become the man. His older sister, Liza, made the controversial choice to to join the military and only gets leave when something truly dramatic is happening. So, when she shows up back on the farm without contacting them first, Gib's anxiety swings into high gear. Every one of Lott's characters is different in some way and has their own, unique voice. I think we're just starting to get to know the complexity of this world and I'm looking forward to the next installment." -- Amazon reviewer
261 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 38 reviews.
Catching the Cat Burglar: (BBW Paranormal Shape Shifter Romance) (Honeycomb Falls Book 3), by Cassie Wright. (Still free?)
105 pages, with a -star rating from reviews.
Rhuna - Keeper of Wisdom, by Barbara Underwood. (Still 3.25?)
"This is a wonderful journey as we watch Rhuna grow to adulthood, find love and find her calling in life. The novel is well written with detailed descriptions of the ancient cultures and their ways. One cannot help but want to learn more about the Atlans and their beliefs.
There is plenty of mystery which keeps the reader absorbed in the pages right to the end. Who was Rhuna’s father? What will occur with the clash of cultures as different groups discover each other? What plans does the evil Dark Master have in store for the Atlan society? One of the sub plots is the ever present question as to whether the Atlans are helping or harming less fortunate cultures by sharing their advanced knowledge? There is also the ever present battle between good and evil. I would highly recommend this novel to other fantasy readers." -- Amazon reviewer
368 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 10 reviews.
Closure: Jack Randall #1, by Randall Wood. (Still free?)
"A highly enjoyable story for anyone who enjoys FBI thrillers. The characters are all wonderfully developed throughout the book and not just through the authors short flashbacks, but through the way they interact with each other. The style of the writing, with quick changes from one character's point of view to another gives readers a true visualization of each scene and each perception. This was a really enjoyable read with a thesis many readers could get behind." -- Amazon reviewer
396 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 471 reviews.
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