The Felix Chronicles: Freshmen, by R.T. Lowe. (Still 0.99?)
"I liked this hybrid of genres of mythical folklore and urban fantasy, it is engaging and pulls you into the book as you wonder at what point the author is going to bring this all together. The narrative has a fast pace enough to keep readers engaged. I think it will appeal to a YA readership due to the age of its main protagonists however as an adult reading it I enjoyed the story.
The prose is vividly descriptive and this author shows lots of promise, Lowe certainly knows how to weave a good yarn and I will definitely be looking out for book 2." -- Amazon Reviewer
500 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 36 reviews.
Talent: A Paranormal-ESP Thriller (The Wizards Series Book 3), by Jack L Knapp. (Still 0.99?)
"If your looking for an author with a unique skill of story telling then Mr. Knapp's books are up your alley. Awesome stories with just enough paranormal mixed in. Give his books a shot and you'll be hooked. (Like I am)." -- Amazon Reviewer
284 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 4 reviews.
Wings of Darkness: Book 1 of The Immortal Sorrows Series, by Sherri A. Wingler. (Still free?)
"This book had me hooked from the beginning and refused to let me sleep. I have been up two nights reading this and loving every single moment. Wings of Darkness is everything I look for in a book. Witty, endearing, clever and addictive. If at the end of a book I am disappointed I live in the real world, then that book has done its job. This was most definitely the case with this book.
It is very rare that I read a book in which I love the protagonist. Izzy is the exception. I had not expected to find one of my all-time favourite books. I can’t wait for the next installment and would not be surprised if between now and then the world becomes flooded with Sherri Wingler fans." -- Amazon Reviewer
285 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 51 reviews.
One Night in Tehran: A Titus Ray Thriller, by Luana Ehrlich. (Still free?)
"What gives One Night in Tehran its authentic feel is the author's knowledge of the situation in the Middle East, her familiarity with its customs, and her intense research into the processes of the FBI and the CIA. All is extremely convincing. But it takes more than depth of research to grab a reader's attention from the beginning of a story and hold it to the very end. That requires imagination... and the skill to turn that imagination into words. Ms. Erlich has that enviable quality in her writing that really good actors have. There is plenty of action and intrigue and the reader is surprised by the speed at which the pages fly by." -- Amazon Reviewer
297 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 335 reviews.
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