Free Kindle Books – 3 Free Books For 4-4-12

by Greg on April 4, 2012

Here are 3 free Kindle books for this morning! Have a great Wednesday! Please click “LIKE” and share the free books with your friends.

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Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If it says “Prime Members $0.00″ “read for free”, it is NO LONGER FREE. All books are free at the time they are posted but are subject to change back to full price at any time. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.



Daughter of the Bamboo Forest
by Sheng-Shih Lin
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $9.95
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Alone in the bamboo forest, seven-year-old Little Jade, still dressed in red silk after her father’s recent wedding, wonders whether she will ever meet her real mother. DAUGHTER OF THE BAMBOO FOREST is a story set in war-torn China during the 1940s.

From age seven to twelve, Little Jade longs for the attention of an opium-addicted father and clashes with a desperate, resentful stepmother. The young girl is inadvertently swept by the tides of history, encountering a plague, Catholic nuns, and the fabled dragon king along the way.

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Stray (Touchstone)
by Andrea K. Host
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $11.99
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Part 1 of the Touchstone trilogy.

On her last day of high school, Cassandra Devlin walked out of exams and into a forest. Surrounded by the wrong sort of trees, and animals never featured in any nature documentary, Cass is only sure of one thing: alone, she will be lucky to survive.

The sprawl of abandoned blockish buildings Cass discovers offers her only more puzzles. Where are the people? What is the intoxicating mist which drifts off the buildings in the moonlight? And why does she feel like she’s being watched?

Increasingly unnerved, Cass is overjoyed at the arrival of the formidable Setari. Whisked to a world as technologically advanced as the first was primitive, where nanotech computers are grown inside people’s skulls, and few have any interest in venturing outside the enormous whitestone cities, Cass finds herself processed as a ‘stray’, a refugee displaced by the gates torn between worlds. Struggling with an unfamiliar language and culture, she must adapt to virtual classrooms, friends who can teleport, and the ingrained attitude that strays are backward and slow.

Can Cass ever find her way home? And after the people of her new world discover her unexpected value, will they be willing to let her leave?

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It’s A Dog’s Life (A DI Lorne Simpkins novelette)
by Mel Comley
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.00 Save $0.99
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This is a 12,000 word novelette that takes place between Cruel Justice and Impeding Justice and is based on actual events.

It may not be homicide, but to DI Lorne Simpkins it’s still murder.

When a reporter friend of DI Lorne Simpkins gives her a tip about a story involving ex-racing greyhounds, Lorne is sceptical.
But after delving into it, she’s horrified to discover the grisly fate of racing dogs that are no longer useful to their owners – and she’s determined to bring the cruel and uncaring owners to justice…

“Animal welfare is so close to my heart, the real-life plight of these former racing dogs moved me to tears.
I’m delighted to donate all profits of the book to PUPS, The Protection of Unwanted Puppies Society.”

 

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1 susan williams April 4, 2012 at 4:38 am

remove your app from my facebook

2 Julianna April 4, 2012 at 2:57 am

I could never express into words how much I enjoy my Kindle or how much I appreciate the free books! I have purchased books but the free ones are a window into another world for me as most are books I would not have purchased and they have taken me on some wonderful journeys! Reading is such a great pasttime! Thank you for all the free books!

3 Linda Freitag April 4, 2012 at 1:46 am

My Kindle library is starting to look like the piles of books in my house waiting to be read……too many good books and too little time to read them all! Thankfully most all of my Kindle books were free AND they are a lot easier to carry with me for those “I have a few minutes while I’m waiting” moments! Thanks for the great variety and selection!

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