Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Free and bargain Kindle Books! (Wednesday Mar 16)

I Am Phantom, by Sean Fletcher. (Still 0.99?)

"This is an amazingly well told story, with hero and villain very much like the two sides of the same coin. One truly good, the other made insane thru events no longer under his control.  I found this creation story of a superhero to be engaging and look forward eagerly to find out what happens next! Thanks, Sean, for a great read! I couldn't put it down!" -- Amazon Reviewer

Finding the answers just might kill you…

Eighteen-year-old Drake Sinclair is a freak. There’s no other explanation for his superhuman speed, strength and fighting prowess that makes him feared by those around him. But going to college in North Carolina promises a fresh start. A new place with new people, and maybe, just maybe, a chance to find out who he really is.

Until the psychopath shows up.

The notorious serial killer, Lucius Sykes, is physically enhanced like Drake: stronger, faster, and smarter than any human. He is the original survivor of the illegal tests done to both of them by Project Midnight; a project that will stop at nothing to get Drake back and complete their experiments.

Trapped between Sykes’ murderous frenzy against guilty and innocents alike, and the brutality of Project Midnight, Drake realizes his own superhuman abilities are the only things that can stop them both. He takes to the streets as Phantom, a vigilante straddling the blurred lines of good and evil. Hounded by the chief of police, his morality tested by the sickness and hate he fights everyday and split between stopping Sykes and seeking answers from him, Phantom must find out who the real evil is before everything he’s come to love goes to ruin.

A coming of age in a city of madness and rage.




248 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 14 reviews.

                     



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And The Puppy Howls: A 21st Century Adult Fairy Tale (The Puppy Series), by E. P. Lee. (Still free?)

"This is a refreshing heartfelt and honest book. I really appreciate the compassion at the centre of the author's message and his good intentions show through the story as it unfolds. The writing is honest, like the story: straight-talking and to the point. This is someone who has lived life and understands its little delicacies." -- Amazon Reviewer

“And The Puppy Howls…”

But it’s not about the dog; it is a fictional journey through 21st Century modern American life, where different lives blend in confusion, loss, death, and renewal...

Life isn’t what it used to be. Not always worse, not always better … but for modern America, life sure ain’t what it used to be.

Anything but that… anything but...

Life’s being redefined; it has to be, because people and pieces leave, they’re lost, and in that trauma of loss, lives reshape - lives regrow - without them.

And life in America is unconventional now, life is a family made up of friends, life is three people in one marriage, life is Mum off at work and Dad out of the picture; life is… who knows? And if nothing’s conventional anymore, who’s to say what a family should look like? Or what, just what… constitutes a relationship?

And what do you do when those relationships are taken away; or when you are taken away from them?

Nothing conventional, that’s for sure…

“And The Puppy Howls” is an honest journey into modern American life, into what people mean to each other as modern American relationships evolve – the pain and the humor, the good and the bad.

“And The Puppy Howls” through it all...



460 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 26 reviews.

                     



Not Alone, by Craig A. Falconer. (Still 0.99?)

"Falconer's take on humans first contact is one of the best syfy versions I have read in more than ten years. I obtained a copy through Kindle Unlimited to just check it out. Imagine my surprise when I started reading and could not put it down even while on my exercise bike! Excellent characters, story development and outcomes made this story. When you talk to the characters, you know you are really immersed in the story. I plan on re-reading, think this will become a classic for me, kinda like The Stand by King." -- Amazon Reviewer

Aliens exist, the government knows, and Dan McCarthy just found the proof.

When Dan McCarthy stumbles upon a folder containing evidence of the conspiracy to end all conspiracies -- a top-level alien cover-up -- he leaks the files without a second thought.

The incredible truth revealed by Dan’s leak immediately captures the public’s imagination, but Dan’s relentless commitment to exposing the cover-up and forcing disclosure quickly earns him some enemies in high places.

For his whole life, Dan McCarthy has searched for a reason to believe. Now that he finally has one, he might soon wish he didn’t...


Not Alone is a standalone tale of contact and disclosure for the 21st century. [approx. 850 pages]



742 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 266 reviews.

                     



The Thought Readers (Mind Dimensions Book 1), by Dima Zales. (Still 2.99?)

"The Thought Readers is a brand new sci-fi/fantasy thriller By Dima Zales that will keep you on the edge of your seat while you delve into the world of the thought readers and the enemies they face. Follow Darren while he begins to discover his abilities for thought reading, falls for a girl named Mira, and discovers he's more talented then he or the world He lives in ever imagined. This book brings a whole new twist to sci-fi and fantasy and fans of The Matrix and Push will love it! " -- Amazon Reviewer

A new series about mind readers from a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

Everyone thinks I’m a genius.

Everyone is wrong.

Sure, I finished Harvard at eighteen and now make crazy money at a hedge fund. But that’s not because I’m unusually smart or hard-working.

It’s because I cheat.

You see, I have a unique ability. I can go outside time into my own personal version of reality—the place I call “the Quiet”—where I can explore my surroundings while the rest of the world stands still.

I thought I was the only one who could do this—until I met her.

My name is Darren, and this is how I became entangled with all the Russians and learned that I’m a Reader.



300 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 219 reviews.

                     



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