Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 10-28-12

by Brooklyn on October 28, 2012

Happy Sunday Morning, everyone! Here’s a great selection of 5 free Kindle books for you to check out! Please “LIKE” this and these books with everyone you see today.

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Nate Rocks The World has a very impressive 4.7 star rating and is only $2.99!

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.



Revelation
by Doug Couse
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
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Immanuel Christian School was founded to raise up and loose students into the world as prayer warriors for God. One of its students, Johnathen, has a special gift for technology and has begun using that gift to spread the Good News through his video blog. Johnathen knows that he has been marked by God to do great things for His kingdom. What he doesn’t know is that he has also been marked by another kingdom, a kingdom of despair and death that will stop at nothing to silence him.

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Dragon Soul
by B.J. Whittington
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
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Dragon Soul begins in a small village of the Palmir people. A quiet, productive and peaceful clan with an almost forgotten violent history. The Plague from the North–an attack of powerful, evil creatures–virtually annihilated them generations ago. They defeated the Plague, with the help of mystics and dragons – but at great cost.Hosting of Dragon Souls is not the only special calling of the Palmir people. Some are called to be Healers, a blending of practical and mystical powers. A rare few are Prophets. One Prophet has a vision that takes shape in a physical form and warns the Palmir people of an ominous event. Was it a just a reminder of the hellish past, or a harbinger of things to come?

What if the Plague returns? There are so few Dragon Souls. Could they defeat the monsters again? And what of real dragons? Will they ever again exist in their own form?

Dragon Soul, can be read on two levels, on one we take it deeper into human experience and the human/dragon bond. They fight for survival together and each must make sacrifices. The dragon isn’t just a big, flying lizard — it’s a metaphor for larger-than-life desires we all have, and larger-than-life fears that go with them. In Dragon Soul, we see how these can meld to work together for the benefit of everyone.

From a peaceful and uncomplicated world, with only the little frustrations that human characters inflict on one another, events thrust the reader into epic battles between dragons and the creatures seeking to destroy human and dragon alike. Proceedings propel humans into the middle of dragon-sized events. The world of the people is so rich, yet simple and comfortable, it’s heart-breaking to leave it for the battlefront. Nevertheless, the Palmir people, like the dragons, go willingly in defense of their families. And in these stories, the families of humans and dragons, are one.The other level is an epic about Thol, a goat herder at Vedicville. Thol never imagined he would start his day as a human and end up as a dragon. Who would? Granted,he lived in a village where Dragon Hosts are mentored , but there are usually indications that a person is Host to a Dragon Soul. The first indication for Thol, was when his hands began to elongate and turn into talons.

At Thol’s Scholla they taught that Dragon Souls are intelligent and giving. Not so, with his Dragon Soul–Rasdor–he is almost simple in his thoughts. Food, play and sleep are all that cross his mind, avaricious to please only himself…Unless he is dwelling on his wrath at his perceived ill treatment when he first Transformed, then he is full of a destructive rage verging on madness.

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The Unlikely Event
by Joshua Wright
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Horror
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In the unlikely event of an emergency… hope for an unlikely hero.
Bartholomew Barton hadn’t a clue why the two couples he sat sandwiched between had to be so damned amorous. Bart had never acted that way when he had been married–not with any of his three ex-wives. Maybe the couples were mistaking the particularly nasty turbulence for their last moments together. If so, how right they would soon be.
Thousands of miles away, on the other side of the country, an unlikely pairing sit in a nondescript office building monitoring flight 1583, bound for Honolulu from Seattle. The woman bickers with the man as the plane transforms into a test for a nefarious plot of mysterious motive. A test that is designed to fail.
The contagious endemic starts in the first class cabin of the 747 with a cantankerous Mr. Patterson Zorn. An acrimonious husband, Patterson berates his wife as his cough deteriorates into a deathly sickness, whereupon the infected is reduced to his most basic necessity: hunger. Patterson yearns for protein and soon learns to enjoy his wife in an entirely new way.
In this disturbing new novel, author Joshua Wright pens a tightly wound, unapologetic, zombie-inspired horror story. Lurid descriptions of carnage aboard the chaos of a doomed 747 mix with memories from complex characters as they face their penultimate moments. The Unlikely Event is the first novel of a planned pentalogy telling the story of a condemned planet, and the heroes who will try in vain to save her.

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High Desert Barbecue
by J.D. Tuccille
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Adventure/Humor
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Written in a style that might be described as Edward Abbey meets Hunter S. Thompson, conspiracy, arson and ineptitude threaten the desert West, and only a misanthropic hermit, a subversive schoolteacher and an unemployed business writer stand in the way.

Living as a squatter on public land, Rollo has long waged a personal war against the Forest Service, so it’s little surprise when rangers burn him out of his latest shack. But when Rollo is subsequently blamed for a disastrous wildfire, he seeks help from his close friend, Scott, an anarchically minded outdoors enthusiast, and Scott’s girlfriend Lani, who dislikes Rollo but shares his distaste for authority. While investigating a suspicious new forest fire, the trio interrupts a bizarre but vicious gang of environmental terrorists. Chased through the canyon country of northern Arizona, Rollo, Scott and Lani must rely on their wits and skills to survive. Just steps behind, their pursuers compensate for incompetence and sexual eccentricity with fanaticism and official connections. Hanging in the balance is the fate of human habitation throughout the West – or maybe just peace and quiet in downtown Flagstaff.

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Garbage! Monster! Burp!
by Tom Watson
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Children’s Book
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A monster at the bottom of a hill eats all of the garbage generated by the town on top of the hill. This provides two important benefits: The monster is happy with plenty to eat and the town stays nice and clean. Unfortunately, as the town grows, so does the amount of garbage the monster must consume. He gets bigger – and he starts burping. This is, as you can probably guess, a bit unsightly and stinky. In the end, the kids figure out how to solve the problem – despite the nasty mayor’s doubts and objections.

 

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