Odyssey In A Teacup, by Paula Houseman. (Still 0.99?)
"Houseman uses childhood humor and emotions to connect with the readers making her characters come to life. She further uses the common doubts and questions that children maturing into adults have with relationships and one’s own life. Houseman allows each of her characters time to grow and demonstrate their worth to one another. Houseman is a master storyteller that has a gift to be shared and enjoyed. This is one of those rare insightful books that allows the readers opportunity to reflect back on their childhood journey into adulthood with great appreciation." -- Amazon Reviewer
270 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 14 reviews.
The Elvish Prophecy (The Paladin Chronicles Book 1), by Neil Port. (Still free?)
"What a delightful novel! This is my first book by Neil Port and I thoroughly enjoyed his informative and captivating writing style. He paints an unique picture by leaving enough for you to color with your own imagination as you travel through valleys and mountains with the well developed characters. The Elvish Prophesy is a captivating journey full of adventure filled with twists and turns for appreciating respect and friendships. Neil Port's writing style will have the book glued to your hands and keep you reading to the wee hours of the morning. I couldn't put it down." -- Amazon Reviewer
487 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.
Magic Mountain, by Shirley Martin. (Still 2.99?)
"A great read! A runaway princess seeking to discover gold to ransom her kidnapped brother finds herself in all kinds of hot water. Disguised as a young man, Olwen sets out to find a stash of mythical gold. Along the way she befriends a fellow traveler, who unbeknownst to her is seeking the same treasure. Many trials and tribulations have to be endured before the story roars to its satisfying end. A wonderful adventure full of intrigue and romance. If you enjoyed Magic Mountain take a moment to look up Ms. Martin’s other books." -- Amazon Reviewer
133 pages, with a 5-star rating from 1 reviews.
Lies Told In Silence, by M.K. Tod. (Still 0.99?)
"A multi-generational story, Tod's chronicle of a French family during the chaos of WWI intrigued me. I enjoyed the contrast Tod created not only between the male and female characters, but among the different age groups represented within the narrative. Her books make wonderful war stories, but she is in her element writing of those caught on the tides of battle." -- Amazon Reviewer
392 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 26 reviews.
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