Friday, February 27, 2015
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Friday Feb 27)
Afterworld: The Orion Rezner Chronicles Book 1, by Michael James Ploof. (Still free?)
"This post apocalyptic book is action packed and chock full of references to 80's and 90's pop culture (both witty and dated) which could have easily backfired. There were some words left out here and there but the quick paced/easy flow made up for whatever editing problems I ran across. The character development and world building were good but nothing groundbreaking though it definitely provided an excellent foundation for what I believe will turn out to be a VERY entertaining series." -- Amazon reviewer
374 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 53 reviews.
All For Anna (Letting Go Book 1), by Nicole Deese. (Still free?)
"What a powerful story. This book engaged me in a way that very few have ever done and I applaud the author's successful endeavors. The characters and the story stay with you long after you've finished reading it. From one eternally grateful reader, many thanks to Nicole Deese for creating such a beautiful piece of fictional truth. And, yes, the story has a very satisifying, gratifying, happy ending!" -- Amazon reviewer
289 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 498 reviews.
Murder at the High School Reunion (Book 5 Dekker Cozy Mystery Series), by Steve Demaree. (Still free?)
"Deckker and his sidekick always manage to solve their mysteries with humor and skill. The guys have problems with their car, weight and the murder. A pleasure to read and always a good mystery from the author. I like the way the plot locations stretch from the High School it doesn't take place in one building." -- Amazon reviewer
257 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 39 reviews.
God Attacks!, by J.R. Kiefer. (Still free?)
"This sweet little novel has it all: Rival mystery orders battling on different planes for the survival of mankind; a James-Bond-esque black-ops leader on a mission to find a savior; evil angels turned body-snatchers; a soupcon or two of blood and gore, psychic romance, the inner secrets of the brotherhood of car dealers; and a goofy, but lovable anti-hero protagonist. Well-drawn characters, well written prose and a fast-paced plot with interesting thematic twists made it worth my time. The subtle (and sometimes overt?) dark humor that overlays the piece make me look forward to Volume Two and the further adventures of Kirt Tucker." -- Amazon reviewer
310 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 7 reviews.
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