KND Free Book Search Tool: General Fiction

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The time is almost near for our newly-appointed queen to arrive and all of you will die. Thank you for riding MTA. Train passengers in New York are terrorized by supernatural entities. Follow the adventures of Ariel, Rick, Lois, Autumn, Jim and many others as their lives become crazier as all the mysteries are unraveled. Train is based on Love Train webseries and Delilah spinoff. Excerpt: Pandora, an undeniable beauty, was walking back to her building in the Bronx. She just got off the 2 train and she was tired from working the night shift as a nurse. She felt like someone was following her but no one was behind her. She entered her apartment and went directly into the kitchen. She opened the refrigerator and grabbed a strawberry from the basket. She ate it, feeling so divine. Ever since she was a little girl, this woman loved strawberries. She grabbed another one and ate it, enjoying it like it was almost orgasmic. A woman’s voice said, “I love strawberries too.” Pandora jumped, closed the refrigerator and turned around. A black mist attacked her. The black mist separated into two, covering her nose and her mouth. Pandora couldn’t breathe. She tried to remove the films but she couldn’t. She fell to the floor, suffocated and died. Then, Pandora’s dead body levitated. Minutes later, there were two Pandoras in the apartment, the dead one on the floor and the naked one standing over her. The naked one thought about clothes and clothes appeared on her. She was dressed like it was her birthday. She left the apartment but not by using the door. She disappeared. Her name was Delilah. Thirty minutes later, a tired businessman was waiting for the downtown train at Fordham Road. Some footsteps away, without him knowing, Delilah appeared and walked over to him. She offered him a strawberry that appeared out of nowhere. “Nice magic trick,” the businessman was impressed. “Eat.” Delilah smiled, but the businessman was not interested in eating a strawberry from a total stranger. Yet he was compelled to try it.
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One morning long ago a turtle called Tim. Took off his heavy shell to go for a swim. He went down to the lake by the shortest route, He was wearing a hat and a blue bathing suit. ...
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Jack Woodfield has it all; brains, brawn, and sightly bulges. He works hard, and plays harder. But this modern, vaguely metrosexual man hails from a long line of hunky barrow boys who pawned their principles in exchange for the perfect six-pack, selling their souls to the family’s mysterious...
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When a son's downward spiral has gone far beyond a dark fantasy nightmare, Zarek, the current king of the bloods (vampires, werewolves, demons, and witches) in the Dirge World reminds him how to be strong again. “When you cannot run anymore you crawl. And when we cannot crawl…”...
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Barely making it out of a zombie infested highway rest area, a college student and her companions struggle to warn a nearby town of the impending zombie apocalypse. Check out sequels, Orange Belt and Black Belt, available now!...
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A young college student ditched by her boyfriend braves ground zero of the zombie apocalypse in BCBG platform wedges and a sundress. Check out sequels, Yellow Belt, Orange Belt and Black Belt, available now!...
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Stunned by recent events, Dani struggles to survive the growing number of eaters and a new, bloodcurdling threat. Check out the sequel Black Belt available now!...
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Culinary student Brenda is thrilled to be doing her apprenticeship at the famous Sabrosa restaurant but she could have never planned for what would happen......
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Seventeen year old Marcia Fulton and her three siblings have a problem. They cannot tolerate the apparent neediness of their mother as she continually presses them for a show of affection. Their refusal brings more pleas from Mom, and with all this pushing and pulling, the whole thing ends up in a...
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Food Truck at World's End [short story]The world ended, not in a way anyone prophesied or believed it would. It fell apart slowly, bit by bit. Civilization came undone. There were survivors - those folks with the wits to live in a world swallowed up by chaos.There remained a...
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35 Responses to KND Free Book Search Tool: General Fiction

  1. Carol on April 17, 2013 at 10:02 am

    Your website is one of my favourites. I think it is great that you can offer us free books that are actually really good reads. Thank you so much, your site is great and I have told all my friends. Thanks again.

  2. Mary Kay Collins on October 1, 2012 at 1:17 am

    I wonder why so many children’s picture books are erroneously being placed in the general category?

  3. Mary Kay Collins on September 26, 2012 at 8:41 am

    I really wish that I didn’t have to wade through profanity laced tiles and sexual book covers in the general fiction section. Since there is a section specifically listed as erotica, why must erotica titles also listed in the general fiction section?

    • KND on September 29, 2012 at 4:36 pm

      That kind of thing is strictly up to the authors, publishers, and/or Amazon.

      • Mary Kay Collins on October 1, 2012 at 5:39 pm

        Ergo, if an author wrote a book called “F***s in Trucks” and deliberately placed it in the YA and Kids section, there wouldn’t be a thing that KDN could do about it? There must be accountibility somewhere. I’m not challenging 1st amendment rights. I’m just advocating for more accuracy in section placement. I would think that authors would to place a book where it would be most likely to be seen by a book’s targect population.

      • Mary Kay Collins on October 1, 2012 at 8:44 pm

        Thanks for the reply. So, if an author, publisher and/Amazon wanted to place a book named “F**k in a Truck” in Cooking, Food & Wine or YA & Kids, KND can’t do anything about it? Wouldn’t it be in everyone’s best interest to place a book in the section where readers are most likely to look for it? What is the purpose of “Report Bad Listing?”

        • Mary Kay Collins on October 1, 2012 at 8:47 pm

          The duplicate reply was an error. I apologize for it.

  4. Moriaelini on September 19, 2012 at 8:36 pm

    All these people wanting more genre divisions in the fiction, lawl! Is it seriously that difficult to open the book links in a new tab and read about them on amazon? I am just happy that they are sorted as well as they are now. Great job!

    • Moriaelini on September 19, 2012 at 8:49 pm

      I stand corrected. After seeing some of the porn titles sprinkled throughout, I can see why people at least want that stuff in it’s own section. It doesn’t bother me to see it…in fact I laughed so hard I couldn’t breathe at some of the titles…but I can see how off putting it would be to people.

  5. Judy MacGilvary on April 27, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    Why have the kindle daily nation blogs not been sent to the Kindle since 4/25? I also cannot open up updates during the day.

  6. J.B.Ray on April 21, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    It’s nice to know that sex books are in fiction, but could you put them in a separate catagory, please. My grandchildren were looking for books to download for when they visit me, and I was embarrased by all the pictures and sex talk books. I don’t want them even though they are free.

  7. B Jeanne Hansen on April 6, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    I would like to see clearer divisions of categories. i.e. general should not include erotica, childrens could be divided into age groups, fiction divided into historic, science fiction, etc. Short stories and novellas in one category. Would make searches so much easier, especially since so much new material comes out daily.

  8. Donna King on March 30, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    I have been looking for the title of a book the main character is called noone but it is spelled funny and the girl in the story dies. they keep coming back in different stories and never quite hook up like they should. can anyone reading this help me with the title and or author. thanks.

    • Kelli Bland on April 8, 2012 at 5:20 pm

      it is by jr ward..brotherhood of the daggers series

      • Kindle Nation on April 9, 2012 at 7:08 am

        Thanks, Kelli!

  9. Carole Erickson on March 25, 2012 at 10:03 pm

    It would be nice if you added a “search” option for people looking for a specific book by title.

  10. Grace Gonzalez on February 3, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    Is there a way to get a free book by first seeing some of my favorite authors???

  11. Stephen Livingston on January 25, 2012 at 6:23 am

    Hello everyone, one of my short stories “Recycling” will be available to download for free today 25th January 2012.
    US – http://www.amazon.com/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    UK – http://www.amazon.co.uk/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    DE – http://www.amazon.de/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    FR – http://www.amazon.fr/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    ES – http://www.amazon.es/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    IT – http://www.amazon.it/Recycling-ebook/dp/B004Y0UIMW
    If you enjoy reading this story any reviews will be appreciated.
    Best wishes, Stephen Livingston.

  12. Jerri McCloud on January 16, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    Many of us would like it if you created a division for Historical Fiction.

    Thanks.

    Jerri

    • Nancy on February 1, 2012 at 10:34 pm

      Yes, would love to see Historical Fiction. Also, something along the lines of “Family Sagas”.

      • AG on April 7, 2012 at 2:42 pm

        Yes, PLEASE?? I hate sifting through porn, ghost stories and murder mysteries just to find a good historical saga. I DO appreciate the hard work that goes into offering these free books everyday, but I would love to be able to find my interests easier. Its like going to a yard sale, you have to sift through piles of stuff you don’t want just to find the treasure you’re looking for.

    • Debby on July 10, 2012 at 9:40 am

      Yes, historical fiction please.

  13. Mary Duff on January 12, 2012 at 9:40 am

    yes I would love to have Christian fiction section but I would. also like a Victorian section also.

  14. kim griffin on January 11, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    Is there anyway to avoid all the “adult” books with explicit pictures,while searching?

    • shakti muse on February 24, 2013 at 8:30 am

      I would prefer to have them in a section perhaps marking them out as ‘adult’ books too please.

  15. deborah on December 31, 2011 at 12:35 am

    Thanks

  16. dale on October 24, 2011 at 7:23 am

    Whenever I attempt to use this site to find FREE books, all I ever see is “First………” and never seem to get to the list of free books.

    • Kindle Nation on October 24, 2011 at 10:50 am

      Dale –
      If you’re on the All Free Books page, just scroll down, past the sponsorship information. You can also view free books listed by genre using the drop-down menu at the upper left of every page of the site. Just mouse over the red text that says SEARCH/SORT FREE KINDLE BOOKS BY CATEGORY, then click on the genre you want to view. Again, all of our free book lists are sponsored, so you may need to scroll down to get to the list. Hope this helps.

      • shakti muse on February 24, 2013 at 8:29 am

        I think it is really excellent that we get a pile of free books, covering a variety of subject matter too. I feel that working around a couple of areas is a small price to pay. keep up the good work at Amazon Nation – i am a confirmed and extremely happy member.
        My favourites are the ‘oldies’ or ‘vintage’ types as I find them extremely atmospheric and both socially and historically interesting. The language differences are interesting too.
        Perhaps when it gets going in ireland on the the Fire HD we can have one for films too – and then it would be perfect!

  17. Kindle Nation on October 10, 2011 at 10:46 am

    We’re working on adding a Christian Fiction category now. It’s become a popular genre, and we aim to please. =’)

    • Laurie Carlson on March 12, 2012 at 3:11 pm

      Thanks, that would be GREAT!! I’m glad you recognized this and ARE actually “doing something” about it!! Thanks a million!

  18. Robin from Israel on October 10, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Or even easier, how about just adding a “Christian” or “religious” tag so that readers can easily tell which category a book falls into?

    Thanks for all your hard work, this is a great site!

  19. Robin from Israel on October 10, 2011 at 3:58 am

    And if you did and pulled out the Christian fiction from the general, it would also make it a lot easier for those of us who are not Christian and prefer not to read Christian fiction.

    Thanks for considering this.

    • Nancy on February 1, 2012 at 10:33 pm

      Agreed!

  20. Shilo on October 6, 2011 at 9:58 am

    Can you make a Christian Fiction category? It would make it so much easier to search. Thanks!

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