Free Kindle Books – 2 More Free Books For 11-15-11

by Greg on November 15, 2011

Here are 2 more free Kindle books for today!

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Inherit The Throne

When you go to download free books make sure the price is $0.00 or they will NOT be free. This is why you need to download the free books asap – while they’re still free. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.



At the Queen’s Command: The First Book of the Crown Colonies
by Michael A. Stackpole
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $14.99

 

1763: The Crown Colonies of Mystria are in turmoil, trapped between warring empires and facing insurrection from natives and colonists alike…Captain Owen Strake, a wounded and battle-weary Redcoat of the Queen’s Own Wurms, has come to this untamed land. At the Queen’s command, Owen’s mission is to survey this vast, uncharted territory, performing reconnaissance of rival Tharyngians and the savage Twilight People of the wilderness.Prince Vladimir is a Norillian noble, nephew to the Queen. Though he has little real political power, he struggles to ensure the colonists’ interests are represented back in Norisle. The one thing he does have is a wurm… one of the few existing “dragons” from a clutch of eggs discovered in the old world, hundreds of years ago…

Get this free Kindle book here: At the Queen’s Command: The First Book of the Crown Colonies

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The Color of Freedom
by Michelle Isenhoff
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $2.99

 

Fourteen-year-old Meadow Wynn McKenzie hates the British. Turned off her Irish farm and forced to book passage to America as an indentured servant, Meadow understands why the rebels wish to throw off the yoke of King George’s rule. But is freedom worth the cost?

Then, forced to flee her master, Meadow disguises herself as a boy and takes up with a traveling tinker. While winding toward Boston to reunite with her father, she becomes engulfed in the conflict. She’s moved by the courage, pride and determination of the American patriots, but their Puritan roots run deep.

Before she can embrace the cause of her new homeland, Meadow must carefully consider a future amongst Puritan hatred for her Catholic beliefs. Would liberty apply to Irish, to Negroes, to Quakers, to Jews, to Catholics? Or would that slogan be cast aside when majority rule served the majority? Perhaps the colonists had simply invented a new kind of tyranny.

But war will not wait for Meadow’s decision.

Get this free Kindle book here: The Color of Freedom

 

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