Eleanor (The Books of the Five Book 1), by S F Burgess. (Still 0.99?)
"Mrs. Burgess tells a very detailed story of courage, heroism, fantasy and friendship. Her characters are deeply emotional, allowing the men to cry. I truly enjoyed Eleanor: her nature, intelligence, outspoken character, her brilliant mind. She is not always rational and, as is typical, the characters fail to communicate at some of the worst times. I frequently forgot how small and young Eleanor is, as her personality is so vibrant, but that, perhaps, explains the emotions and tears she often shows.
It is a true fantasy adventure and the world of Mydren has fascinating creatures, people, and landscapes. Magic, talismans, allies, weapons.... Burgess includes them all." -- Amazon Reviewer
546 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 93 reviews.
The Origin of Dracula, by Irving Belateche. (Still 0.99?)
"Great storytelling, great characters, and a riveting plot. The central mystery was spellbinding. And I have to admit that I loved that this Dracula story wasn't about vampires! This is truly a superior horror story, a thinking man or woman's horror story.
Belateche digs deep into the main character's psychology. I was in the main character's head, trying to put the pieces of the puzzle together with him, and I could feel his fear, his panic, and his hope. The writing was clear, powerful, and literary. This was definitely a compelling read!" -- Amazon Reviewer
367 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 58 reviews.
Meritropolis, by Joel Ohman. (Still 0.99?)
"Dystopian, conspiratorial, character driven - just a few words that I would use to describe this excellent book by Joel Ohman. I've never been a fast reader, but I definitely went through this one cover to cover faster than I normally would. Ohman does a great job in writing the characters in this story so that the obvious "villain" isn't so obvious. Sure, there is a tough system in place that determines who stays and who goes, but it's there for a reason. Without it, society would collapse ... right?
This book gets five stars from me and, more importantly, Mr. Ohman has gained himself another reader. " -- Amazon Reviewer
214 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 212 reviews.
Beautiful Affliction: A Memoir, by Lene Fogelberg. (Still 0.99?)
"This is one of the most moving memoirs I have read; also one of the most remarkable, both in topic and writing style. Lene Fogelberg is a poetic, honest writer with a strong voice to match her strong spirit. It is frightening how neglected her medical care was in Sweden; almost unbelievable that she could go all the way into adulthood and through pregnancy without a proper assessment of her heart murmur. It is a love story. It is a story of a courageous family. Lene’s skill at showing, not telling, was the golden reason this memoir stands head and heart above most others for me. " -- Amazon Reviewer
299 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 61 reviews.
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