Free Kindle Books – 5 Free Books For 3-30-12

by Rachelle on March 30, 2012

Anyone up for more Free Kindle books? Here are 5 more!

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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.



The Lives of Jon McCracken
by Aileen Fish
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Reincarnation. A guardian angel on steroids. A woman who claims to be writing about his lives.

The minute he meets Gabi Peters, Jon McCracken seriously questions his decision to move to California. This isn’t the change he was looking for; this is an E-ticket ride through Fantasyland. Gabi would be a hot catch if she wasn’t crazy. But she spends her free time recapturing memories of a young woman who died decades before Gabi was born. She visits her past lives like most women read a favorite romance novel. How does a guy compete with the ghost of a small-town war hero who died for his country?

When his oversoul—the guardian angel on steroids—shows him the changes he has to make in his past lives in order to clear the karma affecting this one, he’s forced to ask Gabi for help. Together they dig through a series of lives looking for answers, and for a chance at happily ever after.

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Iron Branch: A Civil War Tale of a Woman In-Between
by Kelby Ouchley
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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Iron Branch explores cultural conflicts of the American Civil War era as experienced by those not often elevated to lead roles. Abita Carter, a half-Choctaw woman who describes herself as always “in-between,” tells the story of her life and that of the young lawyer/soldier, Minor Barrett, in north Louisiana during the Civil War. The core of the tale involves Abita’s journey to find Minor, who is reported to have been wounded during the siege of Vicksburg. Along the way she faces a cast of characters with varying intentions. General Grant’s wife, a family of slaves with compassion beyond reason, and a small blind mule are among those encountered in the rich, Deep South setting. None, though, is more distracting than Minor’s blue-blooded wife, who seeks her husband for a different purpose. Abita’s state of “in-between” takes on new meanings as she is drawn ever deeper into the turmoil of the times. Passion, self-doubt, and malice finally threaten her existence in any condition.

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Scriber
by Ben S. Dobson
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Epic Fantasy
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Disgraced scholar Dennon Lark only wants to be left alone in his self-imposed exile—an exile that ends when a rebel army wielding impossible powers launches a series of brutal attacks across the Kingsland.

Torn from his isolation, Dennon is thrust back into the very work that sent him into hiding to begin with. His research into the kingdom’s lost history may hold the answers to a great many mysteries—like why so many people thought killed by the rebels later resurface fighting by their side. And only the King’s infamous warrior niece Bryndine Errynson and her company of female soldiers trust him enough to help him find the truth before the rebels burn the Kingsland to the ground.

Racing against time and pursued by forces beyond their understanding, Dennon and Bryndine may be the realm’s only hope. But in order to preserve the Kingsland’s future, they must first uncover its past.

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Human Sister
by Jim Bainbridge
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction/Literary Fiction
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The ancient moralities and worldviews of established religions and the ruling majorities of Earth’s most powerful nation-states have been fighting a rearguard action against the encroachment of science on what they consider to be the core of the human self: its mind and consciousness. The United Nations Human Genome Protection Act has outlawed all genetic enhancements of human offspring, and the old contenders for world domination, the United States and China, have allied themselves to destroy all conscious nonhuman operating units in every outpost of civilization.

Set in such a world, Human Sister is the story of a prodigy, Sara Jensen, the granddaughter of Professor Severn Jensen, one of the world’s leading experts on conscious artificial intelligences, who, with his wife, raises and homeschools Sara on their beautiful California vineyard. Sara’s family also includes a secret fourth member—her illegal bioroid brother, Michael, whom she helps raise and who was made by her grandfather in part from Sara’s neurons and other cells and who is capable of accessing her thoughts and affections. Amidst a dangerous and darkening outer world, Sara discovers that she also must contend with the secrets and deceptions of those she loves—her grandfather, her boyfriend, and Michael—and she learns that even the best of intentions diligently pursued often have unintended, and tragic, consequences.

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The Rainforest: The Secret to Building the Next Silicon Valley
by Victor W. Hwang & Greg Horowitt
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Business/Economics
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What makes places like Silicon Valley tick?
Can we replicate that magic in other places?
How do you foster innovation in your own networks?

Discover the answers in this groundbreaking book from two of the world’s leading experts at the intersection of venture capital and global development. Victor W. Hwang and Greg Horowitt propose a radical new theory to explain the nature of innovation ecosystems: human networks that generate extraordinary creativity and output. They argue that free market thinking fails to consider the impact of human nature on the innovation process. This ambitious work challenges the basic assumptions that economists have held for over a century.

The authors argue that such ecosystems – what they call Rainforests – can only thrive when certain cultural behaviors unlock human potential. Their theory of the Rainforest is influenced by several breakthrough ideas in academia, including insights on sociobiology from Harvard, economic transactions from the University of Chicago, and design theory from Stanford, among others.

With an unorthodox and entertaining narrative, the book reveals the mysterious mechanisms of Rainforests. Furthermore, the authors provide practical tools for readers to design, build, and sustain new innovation ecosystems. The Rainforest will transform the way you think about technology, business, and leadership.

 

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Yvette March 31, 2012 at 7:33 am

Thanks for the free books. I have so many books on my Fire that I can call it a library. I tell everyone about Kindle and how much I love it.

2 Norma March 30, 2012 at 6:49 pm

I wish you would have more Paranormal Books for free. I love them and I thank you for all Books that you give away to US.
THANK YOU

3 Clara March 30, 2012 at 3:38 pm

I love the free books! It definitely takes me out of my normal comfort zone!!!

4 Mary B March 30, 2012 at 2:27 pm

Thanks for so many great, free books!!!

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