Thursday, February 26, 2015
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Thursday Feb 26)
Post-Human Series Books 1-4, by David Simpson. (Still free?)
"Wow! Reads like an action film is reeling off in your head!" -- Amazon #1 hall of fame reviewer
805 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 1013 reviews.
Calastan (Jein's Journey Book 1), by Cheryllynn Dyess. (Still 0.99?)
"In this first book of the series the author does such a great job of laying the groundwork for the series. She introduces us to Jein, the strong female lead, and her companions. She uses a very descriptive style of writing so you can easily imagine the landscape and the colors of this world she has created. If you are looking for a series with a strong female character this is a great one to read!" -- Amazon reviewer
129 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 9 reviews.
A Heat Of The Moment Thing, by Maggie Le Page. (Still free?)
"Becky Jordan is an instantly likeable character, who manages to get herself into some of the strangest (and rather amusing) situations. She is the first reason I got carried away reading this book... I couldn't put this book down. The plot is pacey, a little unpredictable and leaves you desperate to find out what is going to happen next... Maggie Le Page has certainly set the bar high for her first book." -- Blogger's Bookshelf
343 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 33 reviews.
Running, by S. C. Bryce. (Still 1.99?)
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"Incredible! I though the prose was well written, the characters three dimensional and very easy to feel for and fall in love with. There is no fault I could find for this book. The plot itself keeps you frantically turning the pages. The short bursts of chapters keeps the momentum going. To say that there are twists in this book would be a complete understatement. I never once thought I had this book figured out and I was right, I didn't. I couldn't have. The ending was just as heart breaking and incredible as the beginning and the middle. I would recommend this short book to anyone and everyone. This is a dark, drab, and painful story, with some light there is no doubt. But the image of the bungalow in this book is very much a great description of the story. Dark, rotting, crumbling. Full of secrets and junk that needs clearing. Well down S.C. Bryce, well done." -- Amazon reviewer
197 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 11 reviews.
Trick Question: A Hard-Boiled New Orleans Legal Thriller , by Tony Dunbar. (Still free?)
"Tubby Dubbonet runs into all types of characters -- some good; some not so good. They're all fun though, and all of them are people you know or know of if you live in this crazy, wonderful city. Start from the beginning and read his entire series. It's as comforting as good read beans and rice on a rainy Monday." -- Amazon reviewer
230 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 160 reviews.
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