Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Tuesday Feb 23)
A Place To Call Home: Toby's Tale (The Rescue Dog Tales Book 1), by G. A. Whitmore. (Still free?)
"This was a thoroughly delightful and enjoyable read, one that moved me to both smiles and tears. Written for young adults, it balances well the scenes in which the dogs talk to one another and other more gritty and dramatic human scenes which explained the hardships this rescue dog went through and perhaps why. The organizations that save and the people who adopt, make a tremendous difference to many small creatures who hurt. The writer skillfully and engagingly sends that powerful and beautiful message with Toby's story." -- Amazon Reviewer
301 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 58 reviews.
The Dane Maddock Adventures Volume 2, by David Wood. (Still 0.99?)
"Dane and Bones will never disappoint you or the World! This set is an amazing bargain. These action packed adventures will keep you entertained for hours. Filled with action, historical facts and sarcastic good humor David Wood's books will keep you entertained. Love all of his series and how sometimes an old friend from another series will pop up in most unexpected places. You cannot go wrong here." -- Amazon Reviewer
671 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 11 reviews.
Tea & Comfort (Madrona Island Series Book 2), by Andrea Hurst. (Still free?)
"Hurst's characters are richly drawn with intriguing back stories and lots of color. The story hums along at a nice pace, creating tension and more rapid page-turning. The ending is perfect - exactly what you'd wish for a good friend. And that's clever writing - creating a protagonist that gets under your skin and who feels like an old friend." -- Amazon Reviewer
249 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 77 reviews.
Sink: Old Man's Tale, by Perrin Briar. (Still free?)
"I think that the characters in the story, Graham and Jeremiah, were really well-developed and had a lot of personality. The plot of the story was really good. The idea of another world underground is really creative and interesting. I like how there was a non-magical explanation to how tiny people were living for a long time underground." -- Amazon Reviewer
172 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 119 reviews.
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