Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Free Kindle Books 8-13-13

PLEASE. Do everyone a favor and write an Amazon review if you end up reading a book (or trying to and giving up in disgust). It does not have to be much. Just tell what you think of the book. By the way, many times I have found the 1 and 2 star reviews on self published works to be far more revealing about the book than the more stellar reviews. Reviewers need gratification too, so if a review is helpful to you, please click on the voting button to indicate it was helpful.

Most times these books are only free for a day or two, so you have to grab them while you can. Worry about whether you really want to read it later if it seems interesting. And be careful, they can change from free to not free at any time. I have also decided to list books for no more than 3 days in a row to avoid cluttering up the posts, unless there is some reason I think the book deserves extra attention.

From the top 100 free list
As is typical, there are also several religious and recipe books on the list today, along with the usual assortment of romance, porn and near porn. I don't call them out because they don't interest me. Click on the link above and search through the Free List Tab if you are interested in such books.

(Description follows). From 08/12/13 through 08/14/13, The Solomon Key will be free for Kindle, and Progeny, A Man Overboard, and the just released, The Demon Signet will be just .99! 

The Puppet Masters are ready to usher in their prophesied utopia - a future world the rest of us won't be around to see, though we support their global efforts to enslave us believing that we will. But when the missing piece of their diabolical puzzle is discovered by archeologists, their end game is out of the bag... 

Except that the ancient relic has fallen into the hands of an unsuspecting Matthew Scott, a man who wants nothing other than to stay off the grid, hiding from his former employees and the atrocious sins they had him commit. 

As armies of professional killers hunt him down, and with billions of lives trapped within the evil cross-hairs of a new world order, Scott must come to terms with his destiny... while the entire world, retribution for his crimes, and the only person he has ever cared for all hang in the balance. 

An action-packed thriller, THE SOLOMON KEY is steeped in occult history as well as biblical prophesy. It takes place within a future "New America" while the stage is finally set for world government. 

"This is not a book for casual readers who don't want a lot of deep and historical facts and information in their story. Mr. Hopkins weaves a truly spectacular mystery, adventure story revolving around a mystical ring discovered in the Middle East. Interspersed in the text are quotes from the Bible, Templar and Rosicrucian history, Free Mason writing and middle eastern history all providing a 'factual' base for the enormity of the crisis facing the world. While it may not be everyone's cup of tea, I would highly recommend it as a must read for those who love history, and are hoping for a better world tomorrow. Not to mention this adventure makes 'The DaVinci Code' look like a walk in the park." - Amazon.com

See Shawn Hopkins' Amazon Author Page to view the booktrailer.

PLEASE NOTE: The Solomon Key should be considered the second edition of the Author's previous title, Even The Elect.

5 star:(6)
4 star:(4)
3 star:(0)
2 star:(0)
1 star:(1)



Tyr and Loki are the kind of vampires who live for their own pleasure, not yours. They feel no remorse. They view human beings as livestock or sex objects. And after a thousand years of sex and destruction seducing and murdering the prettiest girls in the room, they have become two of the most diabolical serial killers of all time.

But following a violent feud that separates the brothers for over a decade, Tyr hides himself away in a house on the outskirts of Las Vegas where he falls in love with a terminally ill young woman named Eva, an act deemed punishable by death by the fabled vampire council known asThe Chosen.

When a mysterious messenger arrives at his home, Tyr fears both Loki and The Chosen have tracked him down, forcing him to protect both himself and the dying young woman who is teaching him to feel.

Thicker Than Water is a vampire thriller focusing on 100 years of immortal, hedonistic life, from the slummy brothels of the American Wild West to the bright lights of Las Vegas circa 1999. The story weaves together vampires, brothel owners, cowboys, prostitutes, and gallons of innocent blood in an orgy of violence, sex, revenge, romance, betrayal, and brotherly love.

5 star:(19)
4 star:(4)
3 star:(5)
2 star:(2)
1 star:(4)

[#12 - was free back in February too. I have not read it.]

[#38. Was free yesterday too, but not on the top 100 list. A Stackpole book.]

From the AR15.com free book thread.

The Life of an American Sniper Chris Kyle : The Extraordinary life of Most Lethal American Sniper Chris Kyle
The Life of an American Sniper Chris Kyle : The Extraordinary life of Most Lethal American Sniper Chris Kyle

Chris Kyle’s story and that of any human being who dies senselessly before the age of 40 is a tragic one. Chris Kyle was a young man with a history of bravery and service to his country. The story of Chris Kyle's life and the life of his killer collided, bringing to light war and its effects on young men and women. When considered, Chris Kyle’s life brings up many of the hot button issues on the minds of Americans today. One only need turn on the television Sunday morning to hear the debate of gun violence, mental illness and the systems which fail to help those in need.Chris Kyle was a mythical figure to many who followed Chris Kyle's story. Chris Kyle was counted on as a protector to many including the wife and two children Chris Kyle left behind. Chris Kyle was a devoted family man, mentor and a lethal sniper in service to his country.Chris Kyle’s life and death peel back as an onion beginning with his birth and proceeding to Chris Kyle's harrowing war experiences culminating in his death.

[A single 5-star review for this very short work.]

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