Dan and Frankie Save the World, by Richard Langridge. (Still 0.99?)
"If you're looking for something funny and that isn't too serious, I urge you to check out Dan and Frankie Save the World. I haven't laughed this much while reading a book in a long time. The two main characters, Dan and Frankie, are hilarious and likable even though they both mess up a lot and are far from perfect. I found myself rooting for them both while still laughing at the mistakes they made and the hijinks they got into.
The topic of an alien invasion isn't something I would normally be interested in but the way the story was written held my interest all the way through. The humor and the two quirky main characters made me totally invested in what was happening." -- Amazon Reviewer
221 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 3 reviews.
Serious Crimes (Strike a Match Book 1), by Frank Tayell. (Still free?)
"I was unable to put the book down once I started reading it. Mr. Tayell never failed to keep me on the edge as one incident lead to the next. I will see where book two takes me very soon.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
232 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 4 reviews.
Altered Life (Sam Dyke Investigations Book 1), by Keith Dixon. (Still free?)
"The story has a surprising very early twist and this then really sets the scene for the rest of the tale; so much so I cannot relate it here as it would be a Class 1 Spoiler. But, the combination of A1 narrative and dialogue, the totally believable characters, and the tense situations punctuating the overall plot, make this a great story by a great writer. Keith once won an award for one of his earlier offerings, let us hope he repeats this achievement with - Altered Life. Well done, Keith, here's to your next offering." -- Amazon Reviewer
310 pages, with a 4-star rating from 64 reviews.
My Idols - Journey of a Cricket Crazy, by Pankaj Agrawal. (Still free?)
"I am not a big cricket fan! Started reading this book out of curiosity as the book talks about the cricketing legends. I must say that the reading becomes quite engaging once you read first couple of chapters. The book very artfully touches the important events in Indian cricket and contributions made by Legends in the game of cricket. A must read for cricket fans, and an interesting reading for anyone who has any interest in the game.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
159 pages, with a 4-star rating from 3 reviews.
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