The Shadow of Black Wings (The Year of the Dragon, Book 1), by James Calbraith. (Still free?)
Let's start off with this fun fantasy with engaging characters that paints an alternate history to Victorian England. Free today!
"Fast paced and full of energy" --Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of the Shadows of the Apt
"This manuscript is full of highly crafted detail that will make readers shiver at times with fear and delight ... a familiar yet highly original fantasy that is a worthwhile read." -- Publishers Weekly
"The real-world cultures are incredibly well-researched and truthful, and yet well-balanced with the fantasy elements. An intriguing and impressive series." -- Ben Galley, author of the Emaneska Series
340 pages, with a 3.4-star rating from 34 reviews.
Through Smoke, by J.R. Tate. (Still free?)
A thriller with elements of romance, this highly-rated novel is free today!
"A fast paced read, you will find yourself hurrying to see what happens, who will live and who will die. Who will be victorious and who will get their just desserts? I was left hungry for more and Tate does not disappoint. Some of the characters move on with their lives in a sequel as thrilling as Through Smoke. No spoiler from me, however, you'll need to seek out "Backfire" to find out who has survived Viper's ungodly payback." -- Kay P. Marziale, Amazon reviewer
226 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 29 reviews.
FLEE, by Miranda Kavi. (Still free?)
This YA urban fantasy earns strong reviews for its engaging storyline. Free today.
"This book was excellent to read. The character of Aurora was someone to look up to because she was doing everything in her power to make something of herself. She had a strong moral attitude of what was right and wrong. Gavyn was a sweetheart, he was someone that I would want to fall in love with although I did think that their romance seemed hurried in parts, and overall it was believable. Some parts were pretty predictable but overall the theme and pace of the story was awesome." -- Lauren Johnson, Amazon reviewer
157 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 11 reviews.
Obsidian Souls (Soul Series), by Donna Augustine. (Still $0.99?)
This paranormal fantasy is the first in the "Soul" series. It's today's bargain book at $0.99!
"While this is supposed to be the first in a series it can very much be read as a stand alone novel. There were no cliffhangers and I was left wondering in which direction the author is going to go with the next book, there is romantic elements to Obsidian Soul it really takes a back seat to the rest of the action. So I was left kinda wondering whether it will continue with the adventures of Lex and Caden or a new romance for one of the other guys...like Mike maybe. All in all it was a great read and I thoroughly enjoyed it." -- Urban Fantasy Review
226 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 5 reviews.
Requiem (The Eternal Gateway Book One), by SB Jones. (Still free?)
This Sci-Fi action / adventure is free today!
"If HG Wells had foretold the X-men, while scribbling out his frenzied notes on a Turkish manuscript in a smoky opium den, it would be almost as cool as this book." -- Amazon reviewer
318 pages, with a 4-star rating from 5 reviews.
Secret Murder: Who Shall Judge?, by Ellen Kuhfeld. (Still free?)
An "enthralling" alternate history that sets a murder mystery in medieval Europe... which just happens to be in Minnesota. Free today!
"Secret Murder is an intriguing historical novel of passion and turbulent life, of murder and a kind of justice. The story is rife with all the trappings of a time of story-tellers, traveling bards, Vikings and native peoples who wandered the earth, a time before printing presses and cell phones. In exciting fashion author Ellen Kuhfeld suggests the possibility of a westward penetration into the new continent long before Columbus, before the Spaniards or the Portuguese came to the new world. Never mind there is scant reliable evidence of Finns or Norse or white Christians ever penetrating to the middle of North America before the sixteenth century. Be that as it may, had they come, here s an enthralling story of how it might have been." -- Carl Brookins
157 pages, with a 5-star rating from 4 reviews.
Dragon Time and Other Stories, by Ruth Nestvold. (Still free?)
Four short fantasy stories from award-winning Sci-Fi master Ruth Nestvold. Free today!
"From the creative mind of Nebula Awards nominee Ruth Nestvold comes a collection of four notable stories of fantasy and magic. I love the old-world feel of the settings of the stories and how mundane everything appeared to be despite the fantasy and magical elements in each tale. what connects all four are the presence of strong female characters who face their respective predicaments and triumph over them. moreover, each one had to sacrifice someone or something for the greater good without losing her dignity and integrity in the process. i thoroughly enjoyed escaping into Ms. Nestvold's world and i highly recommend this anthology to fans of fantasy and magic who wish to make that journey as well." -- Amazon reviewer
102 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 8 reviews.
Dragonthology, by Jason Andrew. (Still free?)
As one reviewer puts it, this is a "thrilling and eclectic collection of dragon stories told from multiple points of view, settings and even time periods and genres. From the gritty streets of noir Manhattan to the battlefields of World War I, from outer space to a Sorority House." Free today!
"Dragonthology, a collection of seven stories by seven different authors, is interesting because of the approach each one took in creating their tales about dragons. It is also exciting because each writer's style changes in pace, setting, and approach so that you are not stuck with the same, fixed view, that often happens from a single author. All the stories whet your appetite in wanting more." -- Amazon reviewer
174 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 6 reviews.
For even more free books, browse through the Quick Pick table below!
|Freebie Quick Picks!|
|Noon High (Dire Calls), by Mathew Reuther|
After a year on the Job in Homicide Squad, Detective Third Class Griffon Dire is up for promotion. All that remains to be seen is if the review board signs off on a bump to second class. Yet D...
|The Gospel in Ten Words, by Paul Ellis||The good news may be the best news you never heard!|
At a time when many are hearing mixed messages about the love of God, The Gospel in Ten Words is a welcome reminder of the good news reve...
|Top Free Games for the Kindle Fire (Top Free Kindle Fire Apps), by The App Bible|
Question: Why Do You Need This Book'<...
|Pick Your Own Poison, by Dr. James Oliver||You walk down the mall and smell something so good it makes you smile; you don't know why, you just do. You hear a song that makes you feel bad, and don't know why' You lose your temper and have no ...|
|G1.1, by JT Kalnay||This is a "point release" of G1.|
This version changes two facts in the previous version.
The facts were changed after extensive discussions with two reviewers.
What remains unchan...
|Get Recruited For A Football Scholarship (What 10th Graders Need To Do), by Athletic Scholarship Info||Unless your son is in the top 100 – 150 football recruits in the country, you will have to proactive in helping to market your son’s football talents to the schools where you think he would be a g...|
|Vile Blood, by Max Wilde||"Nasty. Can't wait for the sequel." - JACK KETCHUM 4 X Bram Stoker Award-winning author|
THREE DESPERATE PEOPLE FLUNG TOGETHER IN A ...
Browse more free books at the Amazon "free Kindle books" page!
"Like" our Facebook page so you never miss a free e-book!
(We save you time by curating our selections of free books. We filter out books with a less than 4-star rating, or have few reviews. We exclude books that are merely teasers, and generally exclude those that are less than 100 pages in length. Your time is valuable and we strive to find quality for you in your free e-books!)