Enjoy These Kindle Freebies: Helen Fields’ The Vengeance of Legion, Richard Stephenson’s Collapse, Grant Carroll’s The Glimpse, David Nova’s Season of the Serpent, Helen Fields’ The Immolation of Eve, Matt Valenti’s The Newts, Anne-Rae Vasquez’s Almost a Turkish Soap Opera and Jane Etarie’s Orbit Beach

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The Vengeance of Legion (Eve MacKenzie’s Demons)

by Helen Fields

Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Eve MacKenzie has had a tough year.

So having sacrificed her one chance for a relationship with her birth mother to save the lives of others and after parting with the man she loves to avoid a deadly curse, she deserves some peace and normality. And it was all going according to plan…great job, new boyfriend, and settling down in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea…until the grisly murder of a friends stops her world in its tracks. Unfortunately for Eve, the incubus Perun she hoped was dead and gone is out for revenge and he won’t let up until she has paid in blood for depriving him of power.

In spite of everything she does to avoid becoming immersed once more in a demonic battle, Eve ends up with no choice but to take the fight to her bitter, enraged enemies. Torture, tragedy and desperation make the next part of Eve’s journey a roller-coaster ride of a dark fantasy.

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Collapse (New America)

by Richard Stephenson

4.4 stars – 54 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

BOOK ONE in the NEW AMERICA series.

America is falling, ready to join the Roman Empire as a distant memory in the annals of history. The year is 2027. Tired and desperate, the American people are deep in the middle of The Second Great Depression. The Florida coastline is in ruins from the most powerful hurricane on record; a second just like it is bearing down on the state of Texas. For the first time in history, the Middle East has united as one and amassed the most formidable army the world has seen since the Third Reich. A hidden army of terrorists is on American soil. This is the story of three men: Howard Beck, the world’s richest man, also diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Richard Dupree, ex-Navy SEAL turned escaped convict. Maxwell Harris, a crippled, burned out Chief of Police of a small Texas town. At first they must fight for their own survival against impossible odds. Finally, the three men must band together to save their beloved country from collapse.

BOOK TWO in the New America series, entitled “Resistance” is slated for a summer 2013 release.

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The Glimpse

by Grant Carroll

4.8 stars – 8 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Austin Kelly is about to learn a lesson: Be careful when you pray for God to change you, because He answers prayer. Even though he’s a Sunday School teacher, Austin’s faith in Jesus Christ is no match for his fear of rejection from others. Lizzie Kelly has more courage than her husband, but struggles to find fulfillment and meaning in her job at their church. The couple’s friends aren’t faring much better. Computer tech Daniel Cabrera fights disappointment with the direction his career has taken, and even more frustration with the church youth he teaches. His wife, Jackie, strives to maintain a sense of control over her life, but it’s quickly faltering. Faced with churches dying across New York City, the four Christian teachers have a cry in their hearts for their lives to make a difference. God answers their cry by throwing them into a world that looks like a nightmare version of the United States. Everything is so similar, yet totally different, starting with the fact that Christians are nearly extinct after decades of persecution. They soon discover it is a fascist nation, where anyone who professes faith in Christ risks their life. The four travelers encounter a group of teenagers that turn out to be one of the last surviving churches, led by their high school teacher, Eric Peterson. With no visible way to get home, Austin, Lizzie and their friends join the underground church in their fight to spread the Gospel while avoiding the National Police. Their task is made even more difficult when revival breaks out in the local high school and draws unwanted attention, but they know they can’t stop until their work is complete and the Lord makes a way for them to go home…if there is one..

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4.8 stars – 6 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

The Garden of Eden story is retold in this smart and satirical, contemporary fantasy … a hybrid of Harry Potter and The X-Files … The Wizard of Oz meets The Matrix … a historical, metaphysical thriller where Synchronicity provides the clues.

The year is 1982. Paul Venturi is just an average, socially awkward college freshman hiding his extra-terrestrial genesis in the closet, hoping to start a brand new life on campus. Unfortunately, his reemerging telepathy and the shadow of covert government surveillance make fitting in a daunting task. But when an enigmatic Serpent in the guise of a college stoner pressures him to smoke the forbidden weed, Paul is thrust into a mind-bending world of government coverups, Gnostic revelations, and dark conspiracies.

Catapulted over the rainbow, Paul lands in the Astral realm of Yin’Dru where competing factions of immortals are locked in a bitter, cosmic stalemate waging a secret Cold War over the destiny of the human race. A reluctant Paul is cast in the starring role of Adam – a higher sentient human groomed to become their celebrity-messiah. However a sinister faction sees him as the perfect pawn to steer the United States and Soviet Union toward a nuclear Apocalypse. (Book One of Two)

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4.5 stars – 2 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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A scorching fantasy romance following Eve MacKenzie as she is pulled into a world of lust and darkness. Eve, an English lawyer, travels to defend a soldier in a disturbing rape case in Krakow. After a kiss in the dark from a stranger and a horrific train crash, Eve’s world is obliterated. Obsessed by the need to understand what’s happening to her, Eve travels to Slovakia and then San Francisco. Pursued by a vicious incubus, Perun, Eve tries to resist his seductive powers. Perun reveals Eve’s demonic blood line to lure her into the non-mortal world of Manitu to find her birth mother. There follows a bloody battle for power between the demon seducers – the tribe of the incubus – and Eve’s true family. She must make a terrible sacrifice to safeguard the lives of the people she loves. This is the start of an epic adventure of seduction, loss, love and revenge. Eve’s journey continues in the sequel planned for release in June 2012

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The Newts

by Matt Valenti

4.8 stars – 4 Reviews
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Would you go to hell and back for the sake of America?

‘Ed the Electrician’ vows to do just that, at an emergency Tea Party meeting one stormy night.

His real name is Ed Wurlitzerbachermann, and he’s a middle-aged bald man who is opposed to gay marriage, illegal immigrants, and anything they do in San Francisco. Health care reform makes him sick. All he knows about socialism is that he’s against it. And he will never, ever eat arugula. But nothing makes him angrier than the Democrat in the White House, and he doubts the Republican challenger for the presidency can win the election (or that he’s even a true Republican).

So Ed the Electrician comes up with a glorious, wonderful, idiotic plan to save America: he’ll resurrect a Founding Father, and get him to run for President!

And when a shocking accident sends Ed to the mythical underworld of Hades, he has the chance to bring back someone even better than a Founding Father. With the dubious help of a couple of Greek gods—the politically-connected ‘Historical Consultant’ Hermes, and the cross-dressing, pot-smoking Dionysus—Ed will try to resurrect the most beloved conservative American in history, a man who spent half his life as a Democrat and only raised taxes eleven times—none other than Ronald Wilson Reagan!

Along the way Ed will learn the answers to some very profound spiritual and political questions—like why the wall between church and state needs to be torn down and simultaneously rebuilt, where corporations like Enron and Lehman Brothers go when they die, and when it’s okay for the government to raise taxes. (The answer to this last one, of course, is never.)

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Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

by Anne-Rae Vasquez

Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

An unusual phenomenon in the East is taking Arab and Eastern European homes by storm. Women, men, teens, even children are rearranging their lives to catch the latest Turkish soap operas on their televisions. Turkish soaps dubbed in many different languages have everyone in the East talking about their favorite soap. Even men who deny watching, when asked, are able to repeat word for word from the most popular shows.

Almost a Turkish Soap Opera is a story about Adel,a young Turkish man whose family has lived in poverty while his grand uncle controls the inheritance money which rightfully belongs to his father. Adel travels to the USA with his best friend Kamil, works illegally, and is deported back to Istanbul. He flies to Canada, marries his rich grand uncle’s spoiled obnoxious granddaughter in exchange for his permanent resident status. He becomes infatuated with his beautiful English teacher and tries to hide this from his wife. How did his life turn into a Turkish soap opera?

The novel paints a vivid portrayal of the lives and struggles of young modern Muslim adults trying to make a life in the West. The story will attract audiences of popular contemporary movies such as the Kite Runner and the Brick Lane. A published author, Anne-Rae Vasquez, wrote the novel, Almost a Turkish Soap Opera (to be released in 2011), Gathering Dust – a collection of poems, and Teach Yourself Great Web Design in a Week, published by Sams.net (a division of Macmillan Publishing).

Almost a Turkish Soap Opera is a directorial debut, an original screenplay and novel by Anne-Rae Vasquez. Her love of watching Turkish soap opera series (dubbed in Arabic) inspired her to write a story in the style of a modern day Turkish soap opera.

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Orbit Beach

by Jane Etarie

2.1 stars – 7 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
A lost car.
A lost boyfriend.
A garbage job.
A garbage roommate.
A hidden wisdom to make it all better— no matter what.
or some sh*t like that.

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