Casimir Bridge: A Speculative Science Fiction Technothriller (Anghazi Series Book 1), by Darren Beyer. (Still 0.99?)
"Every now and then you're lucky enough to stumble across a new writer worthy of being added to your stable of "favorite authors" -- those few wordsmiths whose books you eagerly await. With "Casimir Bridge" Mr Beyer joined that exclusive club in my library. This book is great and I highly recommend it to both sci-fi lovers and those who just enjoy well-told fiction. The technology and future geo-political environment is realistic, thoughtfully presented, and eye-opening in many regards, revealing Beyers knowledge of the world and deep imagination. More importantly, like all good stories, this book begins with compelling characters and is carried forward by the natural conflicts that strong, smart, complex characters naturally create." -- Amazon Reviewer
368 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 106 reviews.
The Avenue Goes to War, by R. F Delderfield. (Still 1.99?)
"Delderfield paints a vivid picture of the effects of Hitler's bombings on the inhabitants of London and other areas of the English coasts during WWII. First, we see the lethargy in their attitudes before war comes to their shores when the people think that the government won't let this happen. As the bombs begin to fall on their neighborhood, one group of neighbors develop a friendly cohesiveness that sustains them as they lose loved ones, homes, belongings and well being. As a group, they support each other and their country regardless of what their political leanings were before the war. Gloomy war bulletins on the radio keep all on edge while still trying to go about their lives normally as their own defiant albeit sometimes feeble means of fighting the Germans. Americans could benefit right now by guarding against the idea that the government will keep us safe. Our thinking is no different right now than theirs was in the beginning. One hopes that it will not take a world war to draw us together." -- Amazon Reviewer
644 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 27 reviews.
Colony One Mars: A SciFi Thriller (Colony Mars Book 1), by Gerald M. Kilby. (Still 2.99?)
"Great book, well written, fast paced. Science is convincing , characters real, the story is interesting. Read the book in two days. Couldn't stop reading. I really love good martian stories!!!! " -- Amazon Reviewer
206 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 121 reviews.
Laiden's Daughter: The Clan MacDougall Series, by Suzan Tisdale. (Still free?)
"A neatly arranged plot with interesting twists and turns that kept my attention from the start to the end. Nicely written, especially in difficult passages, such as the love scene, where language is crucial in determining the difference between trivial and quality. Since the author mastered this difficulty with such elegance I would've liked if there had been more romantic scenes between Duncan and Aishlinn and especially earlier in the plot.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
255 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 637 reviews.
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