The Silver Sphere (The Kin Chronicles Book 1), by Michael Dadich. (Still 0.99?)
"The Silver Sphere is an excellent, epic fantasy novel. The creatures are truly amazing, one of my favorites being Baku the dream eater. The last few chapters had me rifling through the pages as the build up to the ending was well paced. This reminded me of LOTR meets The Hunger Games. I highly recommend it for fans of the genre!" -- Amazon Reviewer
274 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 93 reviews.
Circles (Shining Light's Saga Book 1), by Ruby Standing Deer. (Still 0.99?)
"This novel of historic fiction is a must for any fan of Native American history, or seeker of knowledge, or lover of life. It is expertly crafted with vivid imagery and characters that will become beloved. If you don't know what it means to sing someone home, prepare to swallow hard. It is heart warming and moving. Truly a thing of beauty." -- Amazon Reviewer
230 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 117 reviews.
Galerie (Historical Suspense Thriller), by Steven Greenberg. (Still 0.99?)
"Imagine Stephen King wrote Schindler's List. Though it is well accepted that Nazi atrocities were among the most horrible in history, Galerie manages to break away from the accepted treatment of Europe's darkest hour and explore the horror from an unexpected point of view. In his meticulously well researched novel, Greenberg picks open scabs that other authors have all agreed to let lie. I identified so personally with the heroine that I was sucked in to the story, even though at times I wished I could put the book aside to escape the unraveling mystery and horror." -- Amazon Reviewer
246 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 13 reviews.
Autumn in the City of Angels (The Autumn Series Book 1), by Kirby Howell. (Still free?)
"I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic stuff done well (The Walking Dead, The Stand), and also a sucker for YA. Autumn in the City of Angels combines so many of my favorite things into one novel. Autumn is a likable protagonist with an interesting back story, and the people she meets - particularly one mysterious fella - are compelling characters in their own right. The story speeds along and leaves you eager for the next installment, and lucky for me, there's already a sequel available! Yay!" -- Amazon Reviewer
362 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 129 reviews.
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