Saturday, June 20, 2015

Free and bargain Kindle books! (Saturday June 20)

Two Moons of Sera, by Pavarti K. Tyler. (Still 3.99?)

"The world building and population are mind-blowing. This author has a real knack for creating new races, and even factions within each race. And instead of any one people being clearly defined as the good guys, she portrays the Sualwet and Erdlanders as two different groups of individuals struggling against one another, both fighting for survival. ...A rewarding story of destruction, hope, malice, and love." -- Amazon reviewer

Evolved Publishing presents an other-worldly romantic tale from the multiple award-winning author of White Chalk and The Sugar House Novellas. Discover the world of the Sualwets and the Erdlanders. [DRM-Free]

In a world where water and earth teem with life, Serafay is an anomaly. The result of genetic experiments on her mother’s water-borne line, Serafay will have to face the very people responsible for her mother’s torture to discover who she really is. But is she the only one?

270 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 68 reviews.





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Under A Colder Sun (Khale the Wanderer Book 1), by Greg James. (Still free?)

"Elegantly written, with his trademark literary flourishes in describing the reality of death and decay, [this book] also features superbly drawn characters, a chilling religion, and a mythic world so real and unsettling you’ll want to go back, despite the future horrors you know it will have in store. Highly recommended." -- Amazon reviewer

A Grimdark Fantasy Adventure set in a world of Darkness and Chaos!

Khale the Wanderer: dark warrior of legend, a reaver with a demon’s soul.
 

King Alosse: ruler of Colm, willing to risk everything to save his city and its people. 

Princess Milanda: an innocent, kept pure since birth, unknowing of her fate.
Neprokhodymh: the cursed city of sorcerers where Khale must make a choice that will scar him for life, or fall into darkness forever.

INCLUDES BONUS SHORT STORIES: 'Timestone' and 'Each Dawn, I Die'.

215 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 32 reviews.





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I Chose to Die (Siren Suicides Book 1), by Ksenia Anske. (Still free?)

"The book starts with Ailen Bright trying to commit suicide on her sixteenth birthday, in a desperate attempt to escape her abusive father. Although the opening is dark, the story actually morphs into a lively and imaginative tale as Ailen's suicide attempt has very unforeseen consequences. Ksenia weaves a magical tale with exceptional skill. Her powers of description are vivid, really pulling you into the story." -- Amazon reviewer

On a rainy September morning that just so happens to be her sixteenth birthday, Ailen Bright, a chicken-legged, straw-haired teenager, decides to commit suicide via drowning in the family bathtub. The ornate marble tub, adhering to her abusive father's love for anything expensive and Italian, is decorated by five sirens - who seemingly help her escape the house when her father breaks down the bathroom door. After an almost-successful suicide attempt number two, which lands her at the bottom of a lake, she learns that sirens are, in fact, real, and they want to turn her into one of them. An amazing, yet dark look into the mind and heart of a suicidal teenager, this urban fantasy follows Ailen's struggle to figure out the meaning of life, the unraveling of her confusing feelings for her theatrically goofy best friend Hunter, and her desperate battle for her father's love.

266 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 56 reviews.





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Unbound Enchantment (Unbreakable Force Book 1), by Kara Jaynes. (Still free?)

"Really enjoyed the book and can't wait to read more. It is a novella, meaning shorter than a novel but dang! I wanted it to be longer. A quick and clean read that was entertaining and thought provoking. Perspective changes from two main characters which I enjoyed. The book talks about issues around slavery while still being lighthearted and appropriate for younger readers." -- Amazon reviewer

"I knew what the collar meant. I was a slave. I felt numb inside. It was a fate said to be worse than death . . ."

Adaryn, a magic wielding nomad, has been captured and enslaved by an Oppressor. Her captor is handsome, agreeable, intelligent, and completely unlike the cruel master she had expected, but Adaryn is ready to do whatever it takes to gain her freedom.

A 25,000 word fantasy-romance.

85 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 11 reviews.





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