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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Second Batch of Saturday Free Books 8-11-2012

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Stars Rain Down by Chris J. Randolph




Rating: 4.5 Stars with 31 votes
Category:
Action and Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction
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Meet Marcus Donovan; astronomer, day dreamer, and smart ass. He was just another researcher in a jumpsuit until he saw something that didn't fit. At the time, it was nothing but a blip on a sensor read-out, an asteroid that wasn't an asteroid, but it became his obsession. He named it Zebra-1, and now he's hurtling through the solar system on a mission to see it in person.

Meanwhile, the Earth has its own visitors. Seven massive vessels appear out of nowhere and rain hell down from orbit, reducing civilization to a pile of ashes and rubble. Our world is conquered before anyone even knows we're under attack.

Enter Jack Hernandez, a search & rescue specialist and true blue everyday hero. After crash-landing in the wasted ruins of China, he links up with the scattered resistance and begins to fight back. Having witnessed the invaders' cruelty first hand, he's driven to do whatever it takes to make them pay in blood.

Neither Jack nor Marcus ever could have predicted it, but humanity's future now depends on them both. One will be bonded to an ancient warship and asked to lead, while the other is imprisoned, tortured and forced to submit; before it's over, they'll each face challenges beyond imagination in a savage war as old as time.

When the stars rain down from the sky, who will rise up to meet them?

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Ring of Fire by Heather Huffman




Rating: 4.6 Stars with 7 votes
Category:
Contemporary, Romance, Romantic Suspense
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An adventurous blend of love, power, greed, and personal conviction, Ring of Fire reminds us things aren't always as they seem.

When rare, violet-gray diamonds are discovered at Alexandra McAlister's clean-energy research site on a small South Pacific island, the reclusive scientist suddenly finds herself plagued by greedy gem hunters. To make matters worse, the island's government is threatening to revoke her permits so they can capitalize on the find.

Fresh from a confrontation with an annoyingly attractive government official, Alex happens upon a girl in danger. Instinct takes over and she rescues the girl, only to find out she is the island's princess, and the annoying official is her guardian, Daniel!

Alex finds herself thrust into a situation where she has to protect not only her life's work, but also her life itself and that of the precocious teenage princess she grows to love. Daniel appears to be their only chance at survival - if they can learn to get along. Undercover and acting the part of a loving family, they work to find out who is pursuing them and what it is they're after, only to realize their relationship may not be an act after all.

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RELATIVE DANGER by June Shaw




Rating: 4.1 Stars with 15 votes
Category:
Mystery
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Spunky widowed Cealie Gunther is a woman of a certain age whose zeal for adventure keeps her in the thick of things...like trouble. She pops up in town early to watch her motherless granddaughter Kat graduate, only to discover that because of a custodian's death--accidental--or murder--graduation might not take place.

Determined to find the truth, Cealie snags a job as a substitute teacher, exposing violence, lurking menace and more disturbing questions than answers. The only thing certain is that a killer has decided Cealie and her grandchild need to be expelled... permanently.


""Best Mystery of the Year nominee"" - Deadly Ink
""suspenseful"" - Publishers Weekly
""an absolute winner!"" - Hailey North
""keeps you guessing"" - Kirkus
""refreshing twists"" - Romantic Times
""Way fun!"" - Alice Duncan
""Sexy"" - Armchair Interviews

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Going To The Light At Death by H.R. Phillips




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Category: Non Fiction

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Esoteric writer H. R. Phillips brings to readers the first book made up exclusively of posts from his blog The Heavy Stuff. This book focuses on one of Phillips' most original ideas about two new ways of thinking about what the LIGHT is - which is being seen and recalled by patients who have near death experiences.

BOTH ideas are compelling and strike at the very heart of human consciousness and phenomenology in the so-called `death state'. And, perhaps most importantly, NEITHER idea is religious; - but both ideas offer possible outcomes of what happens to our `death space'. Describing exactly what the LIGHT is that is being seen - and it turns out that one of the ideas - describes the ultimate life giver on Earth itself.

But, with the religious element removed, - and some possible `freewill' remaining while seeing the LIGHT for the first time - it brings up the ultimate question one may face within our limited time within existence itself - `Should I Go To The Light'? ------------- The answer is important because you may have some options. Some options that would continue your existence.

This is a book you will want for your E Library and will share with others.

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