Friday Free Books – 3rd March 2017

Friday Free Books – 3rd March 2017

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This weeks top picks of FREE to download books from various genres, including non-fiction, and children’s books. Hopefully we have chosen something that you can all enjoy.

1- The Last Safe Place by Ninie Hammon – Psychological Thriller

The Last Safe Place by Ninie Hammon

In the deepest, darkest midnight of her soul, an acclaimed poet abandons the lyric beauty that feeds her spirit to lash out at life and the world with contemporary fiction. Gabriella Carmichael writes a horror novel, pours all her pain into the female protagonist of a paranormal mystery about demons. Then one of them crawls up out of the pages into her life. A deranged fan who believes he is The Beast of Babylon from her novel turns up at a book signing and stalks her, determined to claim her as his bride. And to sacrifice her son, Ty, as a blood offering to seal their union.

Yesheb al Tobbanoft is a man with the kind of obscene wealth that means he can do anything he wants and get away with it, and the kind of soul-less insanity that means there’s absolutely nothing he won’t do.

Gabriella, Ty and Ty’s grandfather, Theo—a crusty old stand-up comic called Slap Yo Mama Carmichael—run from the lunatic back to the only place in Gabriella’s life where she ever felt truly safe. But once in the solitude of the Rocky Mountains, she discovers that facing demons from her past may be more difficult and dangerous than facing the one who stalks her.

What happened the summer her family spent on Mt. Antero when she was 8 years old—that killed one brother and set the other on an inexorable path to self-destruction—had it really been her fault? And the rest of what happened on the mountainside that day, the magical part—was it real or merely a fantasy born of the loneliness of two child prodigies? Gabriella didn’t come to the cabin called St. Elmo’s Fire looking for answers to those questions. Or did she? Or is it that the answers have finally, after all these years, come looking for her?

Will Yesheb find her and corner his prey the same way the Beast of Babylon cornered his in the pages of Gabriella’s novel—under a full moon as lightning dances in the velvet darkness behind the mountains? If he does, all their lives and demons will collide in a final, apocalyptic celebration of one man’s madness. Then Gabriella’s only hope will lie in the great mystery of her childhood—the unexplainable power of a 2,000-year-old tree. Is its magic strong enough to save them? Can a single, perfect bristlecone pine somehow determine the fate of them all?

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2- Old Desires by Liz Fielding – Romance

Old Desires by Liz Fielding

 

Joshua Kent infuriated Holly.

He was arrogant, overbearing and convinced she was a good-for-nothing gold digger!

But even worse was his bombshell that her past was a complete fabrication.

A new identity meant that Holly could embark on a fresh life for herself.

But where did Joshua fit into the scheme of things?

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3- The Book of Riley, A Zombie Tale by Mark Tufo – Novella/SciFi

The Book of Riley, A Zombie Tale by Mark Tufo

 

When the zombie apocalypse strikes without warning one dog will hold the fate of her pack in her paws.

This is the story of Riley, an American Bulldog, follow along as she tries to keep her pack safe from a zombie apocalypse.

Travelling with her are Ben-Ben the high strung Yorkie, her favourite two-legger Jessie, Jessie’s younger brother Zachary and Riley’s arch-enemy Patches the Cat.

They are a rag-tag group of survivors who when pushed to the limit realise that they are all each other has.

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4- The Mage and the Magpie by Austin J. Bailey – YA

The Mage and the Magpie by Austin J Bailey

An invisible girl. A missing mage. A world in need…

Brinley has spent most of her life lost in her own imagination, teaching bullfrogs to do gymnastics and pretending to be invisible. Now, when a magic bell from another world summons her across time and space on a journey to find her mother, she will discover real friendship, face true evil, and overcome her greatest fears in order to save the ones she loves.

The Mage and the Magpie is the first book in Austin J. Bailey’s Magemother series: an epic middle-grade fantasy adventure series with witches, shapeshifters, and cliffhangers, and awesome kids (There are no boring adults in this book!).

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5- Seeing Ourselves Through Technology by Jill Walker Rettberg – Non-Fiction

Seeing Ourselves Through Technology by Jill Walker Rettberg

 

This book is open access under a CC BY license.

Selfies, blogs and lifelogging devices help us understand ourselves, building on long histories of written, visual and quantitative modes of self-representations.

This book uses examples to explore the balance between using technology to see ourselves and allowing our machines to tell us who we are.

 

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6- The Little Blue Digger by Harriet Tuppen – Children’s

The Little Blue Digger by Harriet Tuppen

Little Blue is not allowed to join in the daily construction work in Builders Town because the other trucks consider him too little to help.

However, following a slight mishap at the construction site, Little Blue rushes in and proves that he can work just as well as any of the other vehicles, earning their respect and a permanent place on the construction team.

A fun and entertaining story for children and parents to enjoy together, The Little Blue Digger also carries gentle messages of friendship, inclusion and acceptance of differences.

It is perfect for reading aloud at bedtime!

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Prices correct as of 3rd March 2017

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