KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

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by Alexandre Loch
4.4 stars - 8 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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How would it be to live in a city where no one was allowed to use his imagination freely? Where dreams and fantasy had to be used for socioeconomic purposes? Laplatia is a dystopian city in the near future where natural resources for the production of electrical power on Earth have been depleted. With increasing chaos due to this shortage, civilization invented the Extractors, machines capable of extracting human imagination and turning it into Fos, electricity's raw material. Consequently, citizens were prohibited to "spend useless thoughts," such as those provided by imagination, dreams, and fantasy, unless they were destined to the Extractors. In this city, we follow the story of seven characters, their anguishes, their relationships, and their solitude. Laplatia is an erratic story that emotionally moves the reader and urges him to reflect about himself and the society. After all, who said one's thought is free?
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One year ago Chellie Morris drove through a stop sign--less than a mile from her house--into the stampeding traffic of State Route 30. Nathan, her husband, arrived home after the accident to find a four-word note on a bookshelf; not a suicide note, not a goodbye, not even a reminder for something...
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The Note
By: Reggie Turk
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The past is catching up and there's nowhere left to hide... MEET PHOEBE GUSTAFSON Phoebe Gustafson has been running wild her whole life. A gifted artist, she portrays people and places the way she wishes they were, not the way she really sees them. Her jaded perspective is born...
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Machines with a self-consciousness in the 19th century?“Property, marriage, the law; as the bed to the river, so rule and convention to the instinct; and woe to him who tampers with the banks while the flood is flowing.” - Samuel Butler, ErewhonErewhon by Samuel Butler is a...
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Erewhon (Xist Classics)
By: Samuel Butler
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Jules Verne's Adventure on the Amazon“That freedom was a right, that the very first of the natural rights of man was to be free and to belong only to himself, would seem to be self-evident, and yet thousands of years had to pass before the glorious thought was generally accepted, and...
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The Tragic Destiny of a Man in Love“But at sunset the clouds gathered again, bringing an earlier night, and the snow began to fall straight and steadily from a sky without wind, in a soft universal diffusion more confusing than the gusts and eddies of the morning. It seemed to be a...
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Ethan Frome (Xist Classics)
By: Edith Wharton
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A young m finds more than he ever expected in the beautiful wilds of the Limberlost “He only knew that he had lived up to his best impulse, and that is all any one can do.” ― Gene Stratton-Porter, Freckles Freckles by Gene Stratton-Porter is a lovely novel about a young...
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By: Gene Stratton-Porter
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Read the book that inspired the film Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy is a classic romance that is not to be missed. When a young shepherd falls in love, it takes many years for the woman of his dreams to recognize the man who has been by her side all along. This...
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A continent-spanning adventure featuring one of literature’s greatest rogues Redmond Barry has almost all the qualities of a gentleman: he speaks well, has learned courtly etiquette, and can hold his own with a sword in hand. But passion is his downfall—passion for life,...
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The Luck of Barry Lyndon
By: William Makepeace Thackeray
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The Battle Between Generations“So many memories and so little worth remembering, and in front of me — a long, long road without a goal...” - Ivan Turgenev, Fathers and SonsAfter graduating from university, Arkady Kirsanov returns home with his friend, Bazarov. The young...
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Fathers and Sons (Xist Classics)
By: Ivan Turgenev
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Science Fiction Ahead of its Time From the Earth to the Moon by H.G. Wells When the Baltimore gun club decides to...
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8 Responses to KND Free Book Search Tool: Literary Fiction

  1. Carol on May 22, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    I love your site, it’s fantastic. Thank you so much!!

  2. Nancy Wyer on September 12, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    I am 82 and love love my kindle nook..and now my husband wants one. I hope I win one for him!

  3. msdownlow on September 1, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    How about an African American fiction category? I actually have readers who are mad when they get my novel and discover that the main characters are African American. Thanks for this site, it is awesome!

  4. John I. Jones on June 16, 2012 at 8:22 am

    Hello:
    I would like to provide my short story collection “Alabama Stories” to your list of free kindle ebooks.
    How do I do that?
    Thanks!!
    John I. Jones

    • KND on June 16, 2012 at 9:39 am

      Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for being in touch. I am sending along a link to our Kindle Nation Sponsorship Info Page for Authors and Publishers in the event it might be of interest at some point. In addition, your book(s) can be included free on some of our search lists, if applicable. Our database should pick them up for applicable lists, such as the Prime-Eligible Kindle Lending Library listings or the Quality 99-Centers list if they have 4+ stars on 4+ reviews at 99 cents, but you can give them a push if you go to our eBookTracker site, register or log in, and enter them manually.

      We’ve set up a very effective but inexpensive service to help get the word out to our readers above and beyond simply being in the list: http://bit.ly/waZvFS – New from Kindle Nation Daily: A Quick and Easy “Free Book Highlighter” Service to Help Indie Authors Get the Word Out About New Free Book Listings!

      I am also sending along a link to our Kindle Nation Sponsorship Info Page for Authors and Publishers in the event it might be of interest at some point – http://bit.ly/InH97P

      You may also be interested in this post: How can authors make best use of KDP Select free book promotions to turn their books into paid bestsellers? Here’s a three-step approach – http://indie.kindlenationdaily.com/?p=1291

      Cheers,
      Steve

  5. Shanti on January 5, 2012 at 11:23 pm

    Great way to find new writers! Thanks.

  6. Ingrid Stukey on December 18, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    Thank you for making these Books available to us. 🙂

  7. Ingrid Stukey on December 6, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    I just ordered a couple of books for free on my Kindle, Thank you so much.

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