Why Quantum Physicists Don't Get Fat, by Gregory Kuhn. (Still free?)
A highly-rated book that challenges you to change your thinking about how to lose weight. Free today.
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196 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 80 reviews.
The Chronicles of Marr-nia (Short Stories Starring Barbara Marr), by Karen Cantwell. (Still free?)
Part of the Barbara Marr mystery series, this book is a set of humorous short stories that follow Barbara's escapades - in mystery and in everyday life. Free today!
"A really fun collection of short stories! I enjoyed the first Barbara Marr story and was quite happy to see this title published. The first was a full novel and was a very fun read. This, on the other hand, contains multiple shorts. Most involve Barbara again plus a couple others. The two non-Barbaras had a different flair to them and served well to show different writing styles." -- Amazon Top 500 reviewer
122 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 24 reviews.
The Great Gift (A Western Romance Novel), by MISTY WRIGHT. (Still free?)
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"'The Great Gift' by Misty Wright is very decent Romantic Western that takes place in Australia. The story is not just about how Alyssa and Kent met, it involves the secret behind the Oasis, and interesting resolution to a family conflict and it does have rather original ending. The prose is competent. The plot is interesting enough to keep a fun of Romantic Westerns busy for a couple of hours. 4 1/2 stars." -- Amazon Top 500 reviewer
194 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 21 reviews.
Things Go Wrong For Me (when life hands you lemons, add vodka), by Rodney Lacroix. (Still free?)
This highly-rated, irreverent memoir is full of the self-deprecating humor of Rodney Lacroix. Free today!
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244 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 64 reviews.
Wraith, by Angel Lawson. (Still free?)
This haunting paranormal romance is highly-rated, and free today! 40 five-star reviews.
"What I love most about this book is the internal dialogue of the main character, Jane. She's funny, snarky and observant, and her reactions to the world that spins around her are honest and true to a teenager battling over-concerned parents, a phantom best friend, and the handsome high school troublemaker. We know from the start that Evan isn't your ordinary spectre. He can manipulate objects, including Jane's hair, which he pulls in class, causing attention she doesn't want. He's also very tight-lipped about his past. Connor doesn't want to talk about his past, either. He wants to talk about Evan, and although Jane doesn't trust him, she's fascinated by him, and thrown off-kilter by his interest. (And the chemistry between the two is utterly delicious!) I'm hoping a sequel is in the works; Jane's inner voice is so fresh and real, I want to read more!" --
266 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 65 reviews.
The Plantation, by Stella Samiotou Fitzsimons. (Still free?)
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196 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 10 reviews.
They Shall See God, by Athol Dickson. (Still free?)
A Christian-themed thriller, highly-rated, and free today.
"The Christian market sorely needs more quality suspense novels, and Dickson's excellent offering makes a solid contribution to the genre. Rabbi Ruth Gold and lapsed Protestant Kate Flint share a hideous legacy from their childhood: together they stumbled upon a murder scene, then helped incarcerate the man they saw holding a knife by the victim. Now he's been released after 25 years in prison, and a bizarre string of events mimicking stories from the biblical book of Genesis unfolds in present-day New Orleans. The writing is original, with unexpected touches of humor, and contains enough plot twists to keep the reader guessing until the final pages." -- Publisher's Weekly
464 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 20 reviews.
Talisman Of El, by Alecia Stone. (Still free?)
Fantasy fiction, free today!
"Brilliant! Talisman of El is part fantasy, part mythology and pure adventure. Alecia Stone weaves a strong and passionate journey that follows Derkein, Charlie, Alex and Richmond on a whirlwind journey to the depths of earths-core, to a new dimension called, Arcadia, where Charlie will find out his true fate in this world. Filled with gripping imagination, animated characters and cunning creativity, this story will take you on a heart pounding and fascinating adventure. I had so much fun reading this book. I felt truly invested with these characters right from minute one. I loved how easy it was to get lost with them and discover hidden truths along the way. I loved the spark these characters had with one another and that there was even a touch of romance to bring hope to future books. All in all, I really enjoyed this book. It's a promising start to a bright new series that I can't wait to continue! Fit for all ages. This is a story worth reading!" -- Amazon reviewer
398 pages, with a 4-star rating from 48 reviews.
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