TSUNAMI STORM, by David Capps. (Still 3.99?)
"This book was so well written, researched, constructed and developed that 5 Stars are just not enough! I loved the technical detail and the science involved that produced the most plausible and probable scenario that I have read in years! I am reminded of the the first time I read Hunt for the Red October, by Tom Clancy. He was a a phenomenon in is works and this book is just the same quality and intrigue mixed with current events that Clancy always managed to deliver.
The characters he created to bring everything together and build such a suspenseful plot and believable story line were so well drawn for us that you felt you knew each of them personally." -- Amazon Reviewer
320 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 124 reviews.
Words of Mercury: Tales from a Lifetime of Travel, by Patrick Leigh Fermor. (Still 1.99?)
"The 20th Century 's greatest travel writer was also one of it's most extraordinary men . A decorated war hero with the British commandos in Crete in World War II , Patrick Leigh Fermor was at once an adventurer and man of letters. The essays in this volume constitute some of the finest writing in the second half of the 20 th century.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
292 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 9 reviews.
The Eden Trilogy: Omnibus Edition, by Keary Taylor. (Still 0.99?)
"This book was SO good! I read it every night and had a super hard time putting it down. I loved how strong Eve was and watching her evolve in her new world. I really enjoyed the love triangle. I kept putting myself in her shoes and trying to decide whether I'd pick West or Avian. She picks where my heart would have went as well. You want action and romance? This book is it. I've always loved everything written by Keary and I will continue to be her faithful fan.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
825 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 6 reviews.
Into the Fire (Vigilante Justice #1), by FJ Gale. (Still free?)
"Empathy with the main characters, a sense of frustration with government officials, all filled by male egos and a sense of macho dominance. A lone female brings a sense of balance, not needing a man to rescue her, it seems, yet, she has a sense of vulnerability. While violence is integral to the story, it does not overburden the storyline. The understanding of how one can be derailed by circumstances makes for interesting characters.
A page turner, gripping the reader to want to see how it is resolved. Highly recommended reading." -- Amazon Reviewer
402 pages, with a 4-star rating from 190 reviews.
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