Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 10-13-12

by Greg on October 13, 2012

Happy Saturday Morning, friends! Stay in your pj’s, grab a cup of java and add this excellent assortment of 5 free books to your Kindle library. Please “LIKE” and share your favorites with everyone you know.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Centauri Dawn has an impressive 4.3 star rating and is only $3.99!

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.

Quest For the Kingdom
by L.M. Roth
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
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“All may seek, and all may buy, the Great Pearl of price so rare, But it will cost all you possess, So let the buyer beware.”

Thus begins the riddle that leads young Marcus Maximus on the quest of a lifetime. In a single day his world was destroyed when he was seized and sold into slavery, his father’s estate confiscated by the government, and his parents thrown into prison. Now a ruthless Empress demands that Marcus find and bring to her a legendary and costly Pearl as the price for his life and the freedom of his beloved parents. The quest takes him to fantastic lands where he meets extraordinary people and is joined by unusual companions, but he finds more questions than answers along his journey. For he will learn of the mysterious and powerful Dominio, be haunted and hunted by the evil Astra, and receive the gift of a fabulous sword that must never be used in violence.


Travel To The G-Spot
by Steve Cohen
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Humor/Fictional Memoir
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Danny Gladstone is a travel writer with a problem; he’s dying. Determined to make sense out of what just happened to his life, he looks back through some of his stories from around the world to figure out how he reached this disturbing closing chapter. Along the way, he recounts a childhood of coddled captivity in the suburbs and not being allowed to cross the big streets alone, to exotic tales of intrigue, indulgence and debauchery in places from Thailand to Tonga to Times Square. He confesses that he considers travel writing an addiction that he must overcome, and admits that he’s only done it to confront his self-loathing and fear of everything.

He also manages to blow the lid off a secretive world of free trips and professional perks that exposes the dirty underbelly of a filthy business that is obviously not a problem to anyone but himself. It’s the humorous, dark and oddly hopeful story of a character who was raised to always do his best, learns that’s often not required, and, instead of just getting on with his life like everyone else, continually sabotages his own best efforts by actually questioning why that’s okay? It’s a line of inquiry he deeply believes more people should be exploring, and though time’s running out for Danny, he can still remember Nana Belle, his grandmother, who made his childhood bed and cooked his soft-boiled eggs, saying, “It’s never too late.”

How much of the book is realistic? According to the author, “All of it, I hope. It’s a fictional memoir of a guy in our world. He’s a writer. He has a family and friends. He travels to some pretty exotic places and writes about it, but he’s not a werewolf or a hobbit. It has to seem real, I think. The thing is, I’ve been a travel writer for a long time. It’s a great life, and worth sharing. Although I always strive for the truth, there’s a deeper level of truth that isn’t wanted in stories that are published. This book is an effort to get closer to those deeper truths by telling a story about what really happens to a writer on one fantastic trip after another that most people can only dream about. There’s a dark side to it, sure, but overall it’s just supposed to be funny. I hope it resonates for readers who grew up in the 50s, 60s and 70s, and for those who wonder why all those folks are the way they are.”


The Devil’s Grin
by Annelie Wendenberg
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Thriller
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In Victorian London’s cesspool of crime and disease, a series of murders remains undiscovered until a cholera fatality is found floating in the city’s drinking water supply. Dr Anton Kronberg, England’s best bacteriologist, is called upon to investigate and finds evidence of abduction and medical maltreatment. While Scotland Yard has little interest in pursuing the case, Kronberg pushes on and crosses paths with Sherlock Holmes. The detective immediately discovers Kronberg’s secret – a woman masquerading as a man in order to practice medicine – a criminal deed that could land her in prison for years to come. But both must join forces to stop a crime so monstrous, it outshines Jack the Ripper’s deeds in brutality and cold-bloodedness.


A Strange Fire
by L.H. Cosway
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Flo has always had problems. Her stammer prevents her speech and her dad’s abuse makes her life a living hell. Not to mention she sees colours other people don’t. When her dad decides to ship her off to live with her grandma in the sleepy town of Chesterport, Flo thinks that this is her chance for a better life. But on her very first day at her new school she is ridiculed and laughed at for having a stammer. One student sticks up for her and his name is Frank.

Frank’s body is surrounded by an aura of fire, but Flo is the only one who can see it. He lives in a foster home for troubled teenagers. Flo is drawn to him because he’s different and so is she.

Things are about to get scary, because Chesterport is not your ordinary suburban town. It’s infested by a coven of dark witches who prey on the young and the elderly. Soon Flo discovers that she’s next on their list of victims, and finds herself fighting a battle she never would have imagined possible.


My Great-grandfather Turns 12 Today
by Bill Dodds
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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Michael Farrell thought he was going to a birthday party . . . not back in time eighty-eight years. Michael has always had to share his birthday with his great-grandfather. Michael was born in 1974. His great-grandfather in 1886. Now, on the day Michael turns twelve and his great-grandfather turns one hundred, Michael finds himself on the family farm in the year 1898 and, he discovers, he and his great-grandfather are both twelve! As Michael learns more about this strange new — old! — world, he discovers he’s going to play an important role in saving the family from a disaster. It’s all up to him.


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