THE ANGEL IN LA, by Gaden Merritt Corpening. (Still 1.99?)
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A remarkable and amazing journey of one man's personal struggles through the powerful grips of alcoholism and his hard-won triumphs with the help of unexplained spiritual communications, key human supporters, and his discovery of a buried childhood event that ignited his downward path. A fight for freedom, well worth the read whether or not you know someone afflicted with addiction. Highly recommended." -- Amazon reviewer
157 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 33 reviews.
The Execution, by Sharon Cramer. (Still free?)
"Enthralling. The incredible story of two brothers, laid out so eloquently, so deeply, and so colourfully, by Sharon Cramer. An amazingly accurate picture of what could be used in a very intense discussion over the nature/nurture debate. Make sure you have a good supply of tissue handy, and a few hours to spend, as you won't want to put it down until you see the fabulous, emotional and unforeseen climax to this great book." -- Amazon reviewer
361 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 323 reviews.
Snitch & Sneer - Fairy Tale Crashers: Hit The Hood, by Julia Dweck. (Still free?)
"Are you ready for a laugh? Snitch and Sneer are the extraterrestrial stars of this hilarious retake on the story of Little Red Riding Hood. The comic book style adventure will have you laughing out loud as they question the traditional story’s heroine about her actions along the way to visit her Grandma. The fun illustrations will appeal to readers, young and old. The dialogue between the characters is packed with funny punch lines, prompting giggles and laughs out loud galore. Brilliant for stimulating laughter and discussions!" -- Amazon reviewer
pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 15 reviews.
The Last Safe Place: A Novel, by Ninie Hammon. (Still free?)
"From the first to the last paragraph, The Last safe Place is a thrilling read. Gabriella’s best- selling novel has been a blessing and a curse; a blessing because it offered her financial freedom, a curse because it attracted the attention of a delusional man named Yesheb. In fact, Yesheb is convinced that he is the beast in the novel, and that Gabriella is Zara, the novel's main character. Besides being delusional, Yesheb is ridiculously wealthy and pure evil, and he’ll stop at nothing to play the real life part of the beast in the novel. A skillfully written psychological thriller. Highly recommended." -- Amazon reviewer
325 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 188 reviews.
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