Free Kindle Books – 3 More Freebies For 5-27-11

by Greg on May 27, 2011

Here are 3 more free Kindle books for you. Have a great Friday night!

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.



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by Eleonora Bulz
Category: Contemporary Fiction
Save $9.99

 

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Why Math Isn’t an Awful Nerd
by Jason Marshall
Category: Math

 

In “Why Math isn’t an Awful Nerd” Jason Marshall, the guy behind the incredibly popular Math Dude’s Quick and Dirty Tips podcast, shows readers how insanely easy and downright elegant math can be. Marshall focuses on perfect squares and patterns (hint: they’re called perfect squares for a reason), and clearly—and most importantly concisely—explains step-by-step how numbers work. Multiple games and puzzles re-enforce the concepts Marshall presents, making for a crazy fun, accidental learning experience. Perfect for anyone looking for a leg-up on their algebra homework, that won’t put them to sleep.

And if this e-book leaves you wanting even more! more! more! there’s The Math Dude’s Quick and Dirty Guide to Algebra, with even more math number games, explanations, and—dare we say it—fun.

Get this Kindle book here: Why Math Isn’t an Awful Nerd

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Canadian Meds
by John Moynihan
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Category: Action & Adventure
Save $19.99

 

Canadian Meds is a work of fiction that highlights the world of selling prescription meds over the Internet. The business of Internet drug sales, particularly by companies based in Canada, has exploded over the last several years with the rise of prescription drug prices in the United States.

The story follows Bill Callahan, a former United States corporate exec who becomes an Internet drug-selling czar at a company he establishes in Edmonton called Tundra RX. The company turns out to be very profitable for Callahan who substitutes fake pills for real ones and the business takes off on the back of aggressive marketing and in-your-face sales tactics. Along the way, Callahan is helped in his fraudulent sales effort by the Chief Medical Officer at the company, Dr. Rakesh Gupta. Gupta has his own demons to contend with, one of which is a nascent pill addiction that he satisfies by sampling the wares in company inventory, while another is his love of Russian prostitutes in Montreal. The company’s business grows exponentially as do customer complaints as the buying public has unwanted and unexpected reactions to the watered-down medicine. The complaints snowball until the whole operation begins to unravel.

Laced with intrigue and colorful characters, Canadian Meds serves as a satirical portrayal of the world of online prescription drug sales. It highlights the production, marketing, and servicing of the discount Canadian pill trade that has grown large over the past several years with little regulation.

Get this Kindle book here: Canadian Meds

 

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