Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Free and bargain Kindle books! (Tuesday, July 12)
Baby City: An Inside Look into Labor & Delivery, by Freida McFadden. (Still free?)
"I loved this book, and I'm not easy to please! The medical details are fascinating, the characters well-developed and the storylines woven together in a satisfying fashion. The patient cases are well balanced with the emotional story of OB/GYN resident Dr. McCoy. The other doctors and residents really come to life, too, including the resident who is her best friend (and pregnant) and the male resident she's unwillingly falling in love with. I truly wished this book would go on and on!" -- Amazon Reviewer
426 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 5 reviews.
Prodigal Girl: Based on a True Story, by Ramos Talaya. (Still 0.99?)
"This book was really informative. I enjoyed the story completely. It was gutwrenching for me at times when I read this book yet other times I felt warmth and comfort. Ramos Talaya did an excellent job teaching us all to learn to forgive and forget the people who cause us pain. Many lessons are to be learned from reading this book. One lesson being that it's okay to love again. If you want to read a straight forward book on love and loss and learning to love again after it's all over then I suggest you take the time to read Prodigal Girl by Ramos Talaya." -- Amazon Reviewer
279 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 11 reviews.
Pianist in a Bordello, by Mike Erickson. (Still free?)
"This is just a delicious, silly, fun, fact-filled, sometimes-sexy (which is more implied) wild ride through the times of many people's youth (including this reader!) Since the author is a high school teacher, we can only hope (and expect) that he teaches his classes with the wit, smarts and fun with which he writes. I know I would have loved many more high school classes (and not fallen asleep!) if I'd had THIS type of book as a textbook!! Enjoyable, delicious and if you like Forrest Gump. you'll love this!" -- Amazon Reviewer
233 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 216 reviews.
Born Dead on a Winter's Night (Ozark Mountains Stories #5), by Rolland Love. (Still 4.99?)
"A memoir requires the voice of a great story teller and a sense of place. Explore what it was like to grow up in the Ozarks where silence shelters dreams and rushing streams foster reality. This author gives the reader a retreat, lets us return to a place where the heart quickens to remember our own youth and days of discovery. Judith Bader Jones, author of Delta Pearls. " -- Amazon Reviewer
114 pages, with a 5-star rating from 6 reviews.
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