Friday, April 22, 2016
Free Kindle Books! (Friday, April 22)
Breaking the Darkness:: Taken, by Felicia Starr. (Still free?)
"Taken has so many great elements. Some are adventure, danger, love, betrayal, and loss. Then there is the paranormal side of it all that our main character knew nothing of before now. Felicia Starr has pulled together a great story about more that what the eye can see or the ear can hear. There are some shockers in this tale, not only for Kasha, but for us as well. I can’t wait to see where Kasha’s journey takes us next and I am on pins and needles waiting to get some answers to some very important question." -- Amazon Reviewer
285 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 57 reviews.
White Lies, by Jeremy Bates. (Still free?)
"White Lies is deceptive. You'll spend about 15 chapters enjoying it, but feeling like you know exactly what's going to happen next. And then the characters have a party and you realize you simply have no clue. This is twisty turny suspense that will absolutely surprise you. Bates sets you up beautifully. You know your characters. You know the situations they'll find themselves in. Until you don't. Hard, Fast, Thrilling Suspense!" -- Amazon Reviewer
239 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.
Auguries of Dawn (The Legends of Dhanen'Mar Book 1), by Peyton Reynolds. (Still free?)
" love epic multi-part fantasy and I love interesting female characters in fantasy, which this series has many of. I enjoyed the variety of characters and the slowly revealed mystery. There's also a really interesting and unique system of magic/religion which other reviewers have described. this is definitely a page turner that I couldn't put down. " -- Amazon Reviewer
742 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 18 reviews.
The Griffin's Boy (The Griffin Riders' Chronicles Book 1), by Julia Hughes. (Still free?)
"The story has a beautifully designed fantasy world that is similar, yet different, from the world we live in and know. The characters have great depth and each and every one of them has very distinct personalities. In other words, the author did an excellent job and the characters within the pages are all brought to life wonderfully. The storyline progresses steadily from a young boy and a griffin, both passed over for a chance at more, to a grand adventure, to an ending you just never expected at all. With a good flowing story arch, this was such a fun filled entertaining adventure that I would gladly recommend it." -- Amazon Reviewer
180 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 42 reviews.
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