Bargain Kindle Books – 4 Highly Rated Books For 9-13-12

by Greg on September 13, 2012

Here are 4 highly rated bargain Kindle books for only 99 cents each. All of the books have at least a 4.4 star rating.

All of the books in this post are on sale so please make sure the book is still 99 cents before clicking “buy”.

Thanks for checking out these bargain books and please share them with your family and friends!



Baby Dust
by Deanna Roy
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $5.00
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“Baby Dust sheds a light on the all-too taboo subject of miscarriage in a raw, compelling, and incredibly realistic way. Women who have experienced a loss themselves will surely resonate with the characters in the book.” – Kristin Cook, Founder, Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope

The five women sitting in the circle of chairs all had great dreams of motherhood. Then their babies died. Melinda sees blood on the floor every day after her loss. Dot believes the wrath of God caused her baby to die. Teenage Tina is trolling internet dating sites for a father for another baby, and Janet’s failure to cry means her wedding is off. Stella, the support group leader, must help them while facing the old choices that cost her ever having a family of her own.

Based on the stories of dozens of real survivors, Baby Dust is a moving tribute to the strength of mothers who must endure this impossible loss.

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SECRETS FROM THE DUST
by George Hamilton
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Historical Drama
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“If you read no other book this year, make sure to read Secrets From the Dust. It will change you and make you conscious against suppressing the spirit of life and to be in touch with your true self.” – Clare C.

Snatched from her family during the 1960s, Margaret, a headstrong Aboriginal girl, is fostered by the McDonalds, in the Australian outback, under the government sponsored assimilation policies. She stubbornly fights to maintain her culture until she can escape or her real parents find her. But soon she discovers that she is growing to like many of the customs and material possessions of her captors, throwing her into an identity crisis, which rips another fault line through her world.

By the time she grows into a beautiful young woman, she has already suffered the disappointments of unrequited love and a forbidden desire. Encouraged to hide behind the identity of a Southern European, the highly charged political environment of the time, and her love for a political activist, forces her to confront her true identity.

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Family Magic (The Hayle Coven Novels)
by Patti Larsen
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Young Adult/Paranormal
Price: $0.99 Save $5.00
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“This book was incredible. I was sucked in from the very beginning. I fell in love with the characters. The plot twists and the way it was written kept me turning pages well into the night.” – Misty Harvey

Sixteen-year-old Sydlynn Hayle is the daughter of a powerful witch and a demon lord of the seventh plane. The trouble is, she just wants to be ordinary. Syd struggles to survive the minefield of her new high school while being torn between her attraction to football hero Brad Peters and the darkly mysterious Quaid Moromond. When her coven comes under attack, Syd is forced to face the fact she is a witch and only her power can save her family’s magic.

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Looking Through Lace
by Ruth Nestvold
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction Novella
Price: $0.99 Save $1.00
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“”Looking through Lace” is an excellent story. The story and the characters are quite well written. I will be looking forward to future SF atories by this author. Highly recommended for SF fans.” Puna J. – Amazon Reviewier

As the only woman on the first contact team, xenolinguist Toni Donato expected her assignment on Christmas would be to analyze the secret women’s language — but then the chief linguist begins to sabotage her work. What is behind it? Why do the men and women have separate languages in the first place? What Toni learns turns everything she thought they knew on its head.

Originally published in Asimov’s in 2003, “Looking Through Lace” was a finalist for the Tiptree and Sturgeon awards. The Italian translation won the Premio Italia for best work of speculative fiction in translation in 2007.

 

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