Friday Free Books – 21st April 2017

Friday Free Books – 21st April 2017

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This weeks top picks of FREE to download books from various genres. Hopefully we have chosen something that you can all enjoy.

Vegas to Varanasi by Shelly Hickman

Vegas to Varanasi by Shelly Hickman

Anna has never been the beautiful one; she’s always been the nice one. So when the gorgeous man sitting across the table at a wedding reception remembers her from high school—and quite fondly at that—she’s taken off guard.

Formerly overweight and unpopular, Kiran has never forgotten Anna, the one person who was kind to him when no one else could be bothered, and Anna’s a bit flustered as she slowly comes to grips with his intense attraction for her.

In what feels like a romantic dream come true, all-grown-up, hunky Kiran invites Anna on a trip to Varanasi. But her troubled, whack-a-do ex-boyfriend starts interfering, creating drama at every turn, which begs the question, “Can nice girls really finish first?”

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The Towers by Natalie Hames

The Towers by Natalie Hames

The Towers is the first book in the East End Noir Series by Natalie Hames and introduces the young DS Matthew Connolly.

Set against the dismal backdrop of 90’s social housing, The Towers will plunge you into the fight for survival in a community ruled by gangs. Connolly soon discovers even the pure of heart can unwittingly slide into the world of organised crime when a loved one hits crisis point. Will he stay beneath the gang’s radar, or fight fire with fire, alone?

Lovers of crime fiction and noir will find The Towers will satisfy their hunger for a fast-paced, hard hitting story with unexpected twists and turns.

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The Apple Orchard by Veronica Henry

The Apple Orchard by Veronica Henry

In the charming town of Peasebrook, there’s a place for everyone.

War vet Joe has made new friends and a new home for himself here, overlooking a beautiful apple orchard.

But when tragedy strikes and Joe is left out in the cold, it will bring them all together in entirely unexpected ways . . .

The Apple Orchard is a truly feel-good short story about friendship and kindness. It’s the perfect introduction to Veronica Henry and includes an extract of her upcoming novel The Forever House.

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Shadow Walker by Raven Snow

Shadow Walker by Raven Snow

Every three years like clockwork, on the first day of June, the Tribe rolls into town.

Skye McAdow knows his mother has a history with the caravan of peace-loving hippies who spend their summer at Pyramid Park, in the shadow of the cave known as Pharaoh’s Tomb, but Solana McAdow has always been careful to keep Skye away from the Tribe. Until this summer, the summer Skye turns seventeen, because two years ago, Solana vanished in the middle of the night, leaving Skye and his little sister Willow to make their own way in the tiny town of Dry Spring.

The Tribe is not Skye’s biggest worry. There is his Sight, for one thing. Nobody but Solana knows that Skye can See the future – and the past. Then there is Aunt Jenny, who has come to depend on Skye far too much since he moved out to the family farm; his Pa, who blows into town now and then, just long enough to use Skye as his personal punching bag; the Jock Club, led by the mayor’s son Braden Tuttle, who seems to have it out for Skye; and Kit Crawford, the only boy cheerleader in Dry Spring, who rescues Skye from one of Pa’s beatings on a spring night and suddenly appears in one of his Visions, in a future Skye cannot imagine.

But when the Tribe reaches out to Skye, he discovers that their carefree nomadic existence is a lie. The magic of Dry Spring, a place called Little Egypt, is what draws the Tribe back every three years to the old forest outside of town – a magic connected to the stories Skye’s mother used to tell him about Alfheim, the Land of the Elves, and the seven Aldar gods, who once fought a war for control of the Creation Stones. Over the course of one incredible summer, Skye will learn about loyalty, love, revenge, power, sacrifice – and the choices that determine our futures, whether we are ready for them or not.

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2084 by Mason Engel

2084 by Mason Engel

The year is 2084, and the spying eyes of Big Brother are nowhere to be found. Orwell’s dystopia has been stalled – so far.

The world wears Lenses, computerized glass contacts manufactured by a corporation called Newsight. The technology is regulated by the Senate, so no one worries about breaches in privacy. A teenage boy named Vincent, however, feels quite differently.

After his Senator father tells him that Newsight has been pushing for an appeal on the data regulations, Vincent begins to dig deeper. He learns that Newsight’s CEO claims to want to use the data in his fight against the Order, a terrorist organization whose attacks have recently been mounting in frequency, but the man’s true motives aren’t so clear – until Vincent meets a girl from school whose father is a Newsight developer.

There is a trail of bread crumbs in the software’s code. Newsight has a closer relationship to the Order than anyone may have guessed, and the Lenses have been doing more than just running simulations. Caught in the middle of a world blinded by progress, Vincent finally discover the truth. But it might already be too late.

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Cheeky Charlie by Mat Waugh

Cheeky Charlie by Mat Waugh

Charlie is sweet, kind and barely three. He’s also proof that big trouble comes in small, smelly packages.

For eight-year-old Harriet, the mishaps of her cheeky brother are great material for her secret stories. When Charlie disappears into the hairy arms of a baggage handler, she starts scribbling. As Charlie strips Dad of his dignity – and his trunks – at the pool, she’s on the case. And when her brother tries out as a tattoo artist? Harriet has it covered.

But as she gleefully reports back from seven scenes of destruction, is Harriet quite as blameless as she makes out?

Cheeky Charlie is the first hilarious chapter book in this series. Packed with ‘that’s me!’ moments, it’s ideal for bedtime stories or newly confident readers. If your child likes it when everything fall to pieces, they’ll love these warm, funny adventures.

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Prices correct as of 21st April 2017

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